Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will be looking to strengthen his squad this summer regardless of what happens in their bid for the title - should his side clinch the Premier League crown, Rodgers will want to continue building his side in a bid to win more trophies, and if they fail to finish top of the league, he will need to add more depth to his squad ahead of the Champions League campaign next season.
Meanwhile, Manchester United manager David Moyes is expected to lead a huge overhaul at Old Trafford this summer, as he looks to improve his squad following a disappointing first season in charge. Almost all areas of the pitch could see changes for United, with many ageing and underperforming players set to be replaced.
Both managers have been linked with moves for Lazio midfielder Antonio Candreva, who is expected to feature for Cesare Prandelli's Italy side at the World Cup in Brazil this summer. The 27-year-old midfielder is enjoying a productive season in the Italian capital, as he has hit nine goals and five assists for Lazio this season, with his ninth goal coming against Sampdoria today - just days after notching his eighth in midweek against Parma.
With anticipation like this inside the box, Candreva would certainly appeal to Rodgers and Moyes, who will want their midfielders to contribute in the attacking third.