Real Madrid will be looking to add to their La Liga title-winning side this summer through the transfer market.
With Jose Mourinho already possessing one of the strongest squads in European football, it's difficult to see where sacrifices can be made in order to appease the need for transfers.
But with squad players potentially leaving, the likes of Lassana Diarra and Hamit Altintop will need replacing. Although not racking up a huge amount of games this season, Altintop is always a reliable option to have on the bench. Likewise, Diarra filled in admirably alongside Xabi Alonso for parts of the season.
Of course, the need will be to find a balance in natural first-team players and those simply filling spaces in a squad; it's still important to address the much discussed positions held by high-profile members of the team.
Kaka has a number of question marks over his future, as does Gonzalo Higuain. But Mourinho will be drawn down a path which can deliver positive and productive effects on his side, rather than buying for the sake of luxury.
It's always a plus when there's a vibe from a club to improve on what they have instead of simply making like-for-like changes.
Nevertheless, it will be interesting to see how the club moves in the transfer window to enhance a title-winning squad. The importance, of course, is to ensure victory in Europe next season.