New Everton investor Farhad Moshiri in the stands
Everton are a club about to undergo big changes this summer, with a new manager coming in, and plenty of money to spend.
Thanks to the investment of Iranian billionaire Farhad Moshiri they could be major players in the transfer window, while wantaway Romelu Lukaku could also be sold, as could John Stones.
Luckily Euro 2016 provides the perfect chance for potential signings to put themselves in the shop window, for them to spend their money on.
We have put together a potential XI of players the Toffees could sign, with five new faces...
A new goalkeeper is needed, along with a new centre-back, central midfielder, right winger, and striker.
So who are the potential new faces?
Switzerland's Fabian Schar
Ukraine's Andriy Yarmolenko
Adding the quintet would be quite the spending spree, but on the sales on Lukaku and Stones alone Everton could likely finance it, and it would show they mean business.
In goal Steve Mandanda, 31, would be a reliable pair of hands to sign from Marseille, where he is the club captain. Everton could offer him a new challenge, and while he may be stuck behind Hugo Lloris when it comes to the France reckoning, the Toffees could give him a chance to outshine him in the Premier League.
Swiss centre-back Fabian Schar is highly rated, and is fond of chipping in with goals himself, netting five goals in 19 international appearances.
While he only signed for Hoffenheim a year ago and has a contract until 2019, Everton's money may talk if they make a substantial offer for the defender.
In midfield Axel Witsel is a destroyer who has previously talked up the prospects of moving to the Premier League.
He is currently at Zenit St Petersburg, who have just had a change in manager, and the Belgian international could decide it is the right time to move on.
Andriy Yarmolenko is a winger who Everton have recently been linked with, and the exciting Ukrainian has a chance to show on the big stage why he is deserving of a big move.
Dinamo Kiev attacker Yarmolenko was quoted by SkySports earlier this year sating he would rather play for the Toffees over Barcelona, because he would get more game time.
Up front Breel Embolo could be an ideal replacement for Romelu Lukaku, if he continues his rapid ascent to stardom.
The FC Basel striker is expected to be a big threat up front for Switzerland at the tournament, and show why he has attracted attention from clubs in England and Germany.
Which Euro 2016 players would you like Everton to sign this summer?