There have been some big names linked with a move to Manchester City and that's no surprise given their finances.
With their financial backing, City can compete for the best players in the world. As such, there's been no shortage of rumours.
The club will likely let some players leave to help finance any possible moves but also to create space for new players.
Here are the five biggest names linked with a move to the Blues this summer.
*Unless otherwise stated all statistics courtesy of ESPN Soccernet.
The Blues have been linked with a move for Brazilian star Neymar (via Daily Mail).
Neymar's future has been the subject of much debate in recent seasons and it is expected that he'll leave Brazil after the 2014 World Cup.
England certainly isn't his first or best option, however, as he has been constantly linked with a move to Barcelona in Spain (via Daily Mail).
This is one race City are unlikely to win, despite their finances.
After scoring a career-best 27 goals in the Premier League in 2011-12, Rooney currently has 12 goals this season. However, he has increased his number of assists from four to nine.
Manchester City have ruled out a move for the United forward, with manager Roberto Mancini saying such a signing would be difficult (via Daily Mirror).
The City manager is quite right.
The latest news in the transfer saga linking Edinson Cavani to Manchester City is that the English club would have to submit a crazy offer to land the Uruguayan (via talkSPORT).
Cavani has been in prolific form over the last few seasons and would be a fantastic addition to any squad.
The Uruguayan has been near the top of the Serie A scoring charts for the past few seasons and currently leads the race with 20 goals.
According to the Daily Mirror, Manchester City is looking to get ahead in the race to sign Radamel Falcao.
Falcao currently has 27 goals and one assist in 31 games for the Spanish outfit.
However, the former Manchester United man made it known in no uncertain terms that such a move would be unlikely to happen (via Sky Sports).
Earlier in the season, Ronaldo mentioned being unhappy at his situation with Madrid and the rumours haven't stopped since.
Ronaldo is having another prolific season in Spain with 43 goals and six assists in 43 games.