The summer is fast approaching and there will be the transfer window will certainly provide entertainment.
Some of that entertainment will come in the form of overrated players making big moves. Whether these players are overpriced or just plain overrated for their talents, they are usually the ones that make things interesting in the transfer market.
We've seen examples of that recently with the likes of Andy Carroll, and he definitely won't be the last.
Here are a overrated players who could be on the move this summer.
Nicklas Bendtner may not be in a lot of rumours but he is certain to leave the club in the summer. Bendtner was sent on loan to prove himself to both his club and other suitors. The season hasn't gone as planned though.
Bendtner has a pretty high view of his talents but has not lived up to his own standards. It will be interesting to see who goes after him this summer.
Demba Ba has had one good season in the EPL so far. Actually, you could say it's only been half a season considering the well has dried up quite a bit since the beginning of 2012.
Ba has shown his prowess in front of goal this season, but that is not enough for him to be one of the hottest talents in the EPL nor in Europe.
Hulk certainly has the looks of a talented player, but his statistics on either side of last season's treble winning campaign aren't worth that kind of money.
Hulk is 25 and has never played for a major European team, and while he does have some silverware with Porto, that does not make him worth the fee.
Olivier Giroud may not end up being a one season wonder, but he is more highly thought of than he should be. Aston Villa is reportedly ready to battle Arsenal and Newcastle for the players signature this summer.
The main, and very understandable, problem with Giroud is that this is his first season at a high level domestic league. He could end up being a bust elsewhere, especially in England. If has another season like this or similar in France then there could be something to talk about.
Manuel Fernandes didn't impress too much in previous spells in England with Portsmouth and Everton, yet Tottenham has been linked to the player.
The reported price tag of €17m would make him both overrated and overpriced. For a club that has the likes of Luka Modric and Gareth Bale, it's hard to see why Tottenham would spend money on a player who hasn't done much in his career so far.
Fabio Qua looks set to leave Juventus this summer. He was never good enough for a big club to begin with, and his spell at Juventus has proven that.
Quagliarella did have a decent time at Sampdoria and Udinese, but his strike rate and quality within scoring areas has never been in the elite categories. He may end up back at one of those previously mentioned clubs or other teams on a similar level to those.
Admittedly, this is Burak Yilmaz's second season hitting the double figures, but is that reason enough for him to end up at a team like Sevilla?
Just as with Giroud, Yilmaz neeeds more than a season or two to be a highly-rated target. This season has been pretty impressive though as he has 31 goals to his name.
Nilmar was, according to Goal.com, close to signing for Roma during the January transfer window. Nilmar has just been ordinary during the last few years for Villarreal.
This is the Brazilian's second stint in Europe, and there has been nothing of note to justify any sort of big deal for this player.
He has reached double figures for the club in both his previous seasons, but he has never really set things alight.
David Luiz still has talent, but his performances at Chelsea have left some questioning how much talent is left.
Barcelona has been linked with a big move for the player, which is interesting considering some of his performances for the London club.
Luiz could probably still turn out to be a world-class player but, for now, he is a overrated.
Emmanuel Adebayor will certainly leave Manchester City in the summer and it seems that Tottenham may not be his final destination.
He was overpriced and overrated when he transferred from Arsenal to Manchester City and that still holds true today. Wherever Adebayor ends up, he will command a decent fee but its not because he is worth it.
He can have really good runs of form at times, as his start to life as a Tottenham player shows, but his overall talent and production in his career should not require a really big fee.