With the Euro 2012 still going on at the moment, many of the top transfers are being delayed until the end of the tournament.
The best players are still in the competition, so that means that the biggest possible transfers have yet to come during this transfer season.
Many fans eagerly anticipating that next superstar to come into their club, as well as hoping that their best players stay (i.e. Robin van Persie).
These are the transfers that just might happen if everything falls into place.
At this point, I honestly don't see how Robin van Persie will go to Manchester City.
For some odd reason, Manchester City have chosen to use the transfer of RVP to show that they will take a stand on their extravagant spending.
On top of that, it's obvious that Van Persie has a connection towards Arsenal, so he wouldn't allow himself to play for another English club unless he wanted to be viewed negatively by the Arsenal fans.
Wenger may be playing mind games with Van Persie by limiting the dutchman's options, saying that Serie A is an inferior league. However, Juventus does seem like an extremely viable option for the Dutchman. The Old Lady have had problems up front, with their top striker Matri scoring only 10 goals last season, as well as their participation in the Champions League, RVP would fit right in at Turin.
Also, he would be on a team that would be fighting for the top spot in the league, something he hasn't been close to in quite some time (sorry Arsenal fans).
With the signings of Podolski and Giroud, Wenger isn't showing much confidence in RVP's future at Arsenal as well, so the Dutchman's future really is up in the air at the moment.
'El Pocho' Lavezzi's transfer to Paris Saint-Germain is imminent.
The current PSG coach, Carlo Ancelotti, has gotten quite the coup with this man. Although a striker, Ezequil Lavezzi's goal scoring abilities are not where his strengths lie.
He runs, hustles and wreaks havoc on defenders for 90 minutes. He will join fellow Argentine international Javier Pastore and will most surely be one of PSG's stars in next year's Ligue 1.
It's safe to say Kaka has been on the decline ever since he left Milan in 2009.
He's been getting more playing time throughout the years, but considering the money that Real Madrid shelved out for him, as well as the money they're paying for his wages, he doesn't seem worth the price to keep on this Madrid team.
A loan deal to Milan with the option to sign would be ideal, but they've already declared that they cannot afford his wages, so a compromise must be met both ways if a deal were to be completed.
If not, I'm sure some team that has recently had a significant amount of cash flow would be interested in him.
Manchester City are definitely looking to trim their squad before the start of next season, and Carlos Tevez looks to be a player likely to leave after all the drama that happened with him this season.
Later reunited with the squad after he was banned by Mancini, he became a valuable asset that helped Manchester City to their first Premier League title in team history.
But should Roberto Mancini take a gamble on this man again? Could Mancini afford to place any type of responsibility on Tevez after all that happened this past season?
Either Milanese club look to be likely destinations for Tevez—the only problem is his wages.
Harry Redknapp is gone and there's no Champions League football to be played at Tottenham. It's all but certain that Luka Modric will leave Tottenham this transfer window—but where?
It's unknown at the moment as to where Modric will be, but it definitely won't be at Tottenham unless the next manager there will convince him to play for a squad looking for a Champions League spot rather than one of the best teams in the world.