As we countdown the days until the season's end, talk of the world's biggest players moving to the biggest clubs will only grow.
Some days it seems as if the newspaper back pages focus more on the latest transfer rumour than the games themselves.
Here are 10 of the most notable potential deals that could happen this summer, featuring Gareth Bale, Neymar, Luis Suarez and more.
Fans of these players' current clubs may not want them to leave, but for everyone else, how exciting would it be?
Paris Saint-Germain may not play in the most fashionable or aesthetically pleasing league in world football, but that doesn't mean the club isn't an attractive destination for players.
To not only live in one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world, but to play alongside the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva and Marco Verratti holds a unique charm.
Real Madrid's Angel Di Maria has had an up-and-down season to date, Marca having reported that the player received criticism from boss Jose Mourinho in January (h/t InsideFutbol.com).
Recent reports from Spain have suggested PSG could offer an easy escape route for the Argentinian winger (h/t The Express).
If Arsenal are to bring in the type of top-quality players they need to be genuine title contenders in the near future, missing out on next season's Champions League could be disastrous.
One such talent is Fiorentina's tricky forward, Stevan Jovetic.
The Viola have had a good Serie A campaign to date, with the Montenegro international having scored 12 league goals.
The Daily Mail reported on Friday that the Gunners were "prepared to smash their transfer record to sign the Fiorentina striker" for £20 million.
Much was expected of Alexis Sanchez when he made the €26 million (€37 million with additional add-ons) move from Udinese to Barcelona in the summer of 2011.
Though he had a fairly successful debut campaign at the Camp Nou, his sophomore season has been far more underwhelming.
Many in Italy still hold the Chilean in the highest regard, though, especially those at Inter Milan if recent tabloid stories are to be believed.
Il Corriere dello Sport recently reported that the Nerazzurri may have already agreed a deal in principle with Barca (h/t SoccerNews.com).
Goalscoring machine Edinson Cavani has been one of the key reasons for Napoli's glorious rise in Italian football.
The Uruguayan forward has struck 29 times in 35 appearances in all competitions this season, leading the Azzurri to their current position of second in Serie A.
Manchester City's front-line forwards, Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero, have not been as impressive this term as they were in the club's Premier League-winning campaign.
Reports claim that Roberto Mancini will bid for Cavani's services come the summer (via The Independent).
If fans of Manchester United are willing to agree on anything these days, it's that there is a distinct lack of a physical, box-to-box player in the midfield.
Michael Carrick and Tom Cleverley have both had good seasons, but they have been found wanting against sides willing to put heavy pressure on them further up the field.
PSV Eindhoven's brooding Kevin Strootman has been tipped by some to fill the void.
The Sun claimed late last year that the Red Devils were monitoring the player's situation closely, and that a bid of £17 million should be enough to win a potential bidding war with Arsenal.
The chatter surrounding Neymar's inevitable departure from Santos has been almost deafening for quite some time now.
The Brazilian forward's potential destinations vary, but the club that seems to have the edge in signing the prodigy is Barcelona.
In an interview with Esporte Espetacular, Neymar revealed that a move to the Camp Nou would be a "dream" (h/t Goal.com).
Who wouldn't dream about playing alongside Lionel Messi, Xavi and Andres Iniesta?
The rise of Borussia Dortmund as a European powerhouse has also seen the emergence of forward Robert Lewandowski as an elite talent.
But a move away from Westfalonstadion beckons, with the Allianz Arena currently looking like his most likely destination.
In an interview with Sky Bundesliga last month, Bayern Munich legend Lothar Matthaus claimed that "I heard that Lewandowski has an agreement with Bayern. Only the date of the move remains undecided" (h/t Goal.com).
Only time will tell if Matthaus is to be left looking prophetic or merely foolish.
If the last few months in world football have told us anything, it's that Gareth Bale is quickly developing into one of the best footballers on the planet.
Played in a more central position by boss Andre Villas-Boas, he has scored goals for fun—11 since January 31 to be exact.
Though the Welshman could very well stay at current club Tottenham Hotspur next season, if Spurs fail to qualify for Champions League football for a second season running, there is a fair chance the player will look for greener pastures.
In an interview with talkSPORT last month regarding Bale, former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon revealed "I think we are in a position to pay the money they are going to ask for."
The seemingly eternally unsettled Carlos Tevez can't deceide whether he wants out of Dodge again.
Boca Juniors—the Argentinian club where the forward originally made his name—could be a possible destination.
Boca president Daniel Angelici told Todo Noticias last month that he is always welcome to play with the club again (h/t ESPN).
Having scored 43 Premier League goals in his first two seasons at the Etihad, Tevez has struck just 13 times in his last two campaigns in Britain's top division.
It may pain fans of Liverpool to admit the fact, but Luis Suarez is too good a player to regularly miss out on Champions League football.
Having scored 22 Premier League goals this season, the Uruguayan forward is a genuine contender for the league's Player of the Season award.
Bayern Munich lead the chase should Suarez decide a change of scenery is his best option, with new boss Pep Guardiola likely to be a major factor in attracting one of the world's best.
In a recent interview with German newspaper Bild, Suarez revealed "If one day the club made an offer for me, we will sit down and see what is the best for everyone" (h/t The Express).
Which of these potential transfer rumours would you like to see happen. Which would you not?