Crystal Palace will surely be bringing in another striker for next season after Christian Benteke managed to score just three times last campaign, and they have already been linked with Russian striker Fedor Smolov.
However, manager Roy Hodgson will likely prefer to land a striker already accustomed to the Premier League, and Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge could be a perfect fit.
Having found suitors hard to come by for the 28-year-old, the Anfield outfit have reportedly slashed their £15million asking price in half, according to Fanatik, and Palace shouldn't hesitate to take a punt on him.
Hodgson has been a fan of Sturridge since his days as England manager, and he could be the man to get the striker firing on all cylinders again.
Despite starting just five games for Liverpool last term, the former Chelsea striker managed to score three goals and assist another three across all competitions.
Another hamstring injury ruined Sturridge's loan term at West Bromwich Albion, limiting him to just six games.
However, buying an injury-prone, but quality striker for £7.5million can't be considered as bad piece of business for Palace, and should they manage to keep him fit and get him delivering the goals like he once used to, they would have landed the bargain of the season.
The Selhurst Park outfit need to score more goals and rely less on Wilfried Zaha if they are to steer clear off relegation next term, and in Sturridge, they can secure a quality finisher capable of delivering on his day.