The January transfer window may have only just closed, but already clubs and fans alike are looking ahead to the next one.
The summer wheeling and dealing begins on June 1, but some big moves are already being predicted.
Some of those are already in motion, and I'm going to try and predict some here.
The stubborn Argentinian striker will probably never play for Manchester City again.
Tevez, who is still currently in his homeland, was linked with several moves away over the winter, but none materialised due to Man City's astronomical asking price.
However, Mancini is likely to lower that fee come summertime as he attempts to reduce the side's wage bill.
Milan could well be Tevez's next destination..
Ajax's imposing centre-back has been a long-time transfer target for Arsene Wenger, but up until this point, a move for the 24-year-old has been unworkable.
However, with Vertonghen's contract expiring in 18 months time, summer would be the best time to sell him.
Arsenal have struggled at the back for some time in the absence of Thomas Vermaelen, but Vertonghen could certainly be the one to shore up the leaky defence.
A joke circulating on January 31 said that Harry Redknapp, due to his apparent inability to read or write, had accidentally signed Louis Saha instead of Wilfried Zaha.
However, I still think that Zaha will be plying his trade in the Premier League sooner rather than later.
The precociously talented 19-year-old has looked the part throughout this season, but Crystal Palace are unlikely to let him go for any less than £8 million.
Fernando Torres has scored 5 goals since April 23, 2011.
Fernando Llorente has scored 5 goals since Saturday.
A quite incredible fact, but then you have to remember that Llorente is perhaps twice the player of Fernando Torres.
Sir Alex Ferguson is a long-term admirer of the striker, and needs to move this summer for the Bilbao hitman if he is to take advantage of the 26-year-old at his peak.
Man City's neverending spending shows no signs of abating.
In November, the Sky Blues were reportedly interested in signing the Napoli trio of Cavani, Lavezzi and Hamsik.
Although nothing came of that proposed move, Hamsik looks the most likely of the three to move to the Etihad.
With Napoli struggling in Serie A this season, the young Slovakian will want to take advantage of City's riches.
Ajax will be a severely depleted side in September if they lose both Vertonghen and Christian Eriksen.
The 19-year-old Dane has wowed the footballing world with some incredibly assured performances for both club and country.
Manchester United assistant coach Rene Meulensteen admitted in December that the midfielder "was on our radar."
Eden Hazard, along with fellow youngster Mario Gotze, is the hottest young property in European football today.
The Lille midfielder has been linked with almost every big club in the world, and although a move to Arsenal once looked set in stone, it seems that Chelsea are now the front-runners for his signature.
The 21-year-old would set the Premier League alight.
The sky's the limit for Dortmund wonder-kid Mario Gotze.
And the 19-year-old could be flying to the Emirates in a few months' time if Arsene Wenger gets his way.
The youngster refuted claims in January that he was on the move, but a bid of £35 million might be enough to tempt the midfielder to come to the Premier League.
RVP is arguably the best striker in the world right now.
His wonder-goal against Everton reflects the kind of form the Dutchman has been in of late.
However, his scoring exploits have attracted Spanish giants Barcelona, and they're reportedly going to splash their entire summer transfer budget on the player.
If it goes through, it could eclipse Thierry Henry's move to the Nou Camp just five years earlier.