The summer transfer window is in full swing in world football. It is a special time for fans, as a new football rumor seemingly comes to fruition every day.
And while some of the biggest names in world football have already landed with new clubs, like Radamel Falcao who signed with AS Monaco in France, according to BBC Sport, there are plenty of deals that are rumored and are flying under the radar, particularly when compared to the attention that players like Falcao are receiving.
The following list looks at 10 of these types of potential transfers. It is focused mostly on the English Premier League but sprinkles in another league as well.
Comments regarding how players might do at new clubs are always welcome.
Liverpool are looking for an addition in their goalkeeping corps and that player could well be Sunderland 'keeper, Simon Mignolet, according to Joe Bernstein of the Daily Mail.
The aforementioned article notes that current Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina is not ready to commit to the Reds going forward just yet.
Mignolet would be a formidable replacement, indeed.
Brazilian international Leandro Damiao is still open to a move to Tottenham, despite the club just barely missing out on the Champions League.
A report by Chris Davie of Goal indicates that Internacional and Tottenham are in discussions over the services of Damiao who has long been a transfer target of the English Premier League Club.
His South American flair would be a welcome addition for the Spurs.
French international Yohan Cabaye could be looking for a switch to Premier League Champions Manchester United.
Cabaye was a bright spot for Newcastle United, and according to an interview with Canal+ (via Sky Sports), he has respect for the way things are done at Manchester United.
His box-to-box abilities and vision would add depth to an already stacked Red Devil midfield.
David Pizarro is familiar with the English Premier League, having been loaned to Manchester City in 2012. A report by Sky Sports suggests that the Chilean creator is eager for a return to England.
Be it at City, or elsewhere, Pizarro's vision could add bite to any Premier League club's midfield.
Dutch international Siem De Jong is ready to leave Ajax.
A report by Matt Hill of Goal suggests that De Jong is eying a move to either the Premier League or the Bundesliga.
Pablo Osvaldo looks to be out of Roma after criticizing his manager, Aurelio Andreazzoli, on Twitter, according to James Dickenson of the Express.
As the aforementioned piece, suggests Osvaldo has been on the mind of Tottenham management for some time now.
The Italian striker could make up for lost goals should Gareth Bale head for greener pastures.
Ezequiel Garay appears, according Ed Malyon of the Mirror, to be set to be David Moyes' first signing as manager at Manchester United.
The Argentinian could fill in admirably at the center-back position. He might well replace Rio Ferdinand as United heads into the future in pursuit of more silverware.
This would be a massive step for Garay.
Adam Maher is on his way out of AZ Alkmaar, if rumored reports are indeed accurate as outlined in an article by Jamie Sanderson of the Metro.
The 19-year-old phenom has been a target of Manchester City in the past and could well be set to join the English Premier club during the summer transfer window.
His glorious technique combined with explosive speed would make for a massive signing for Manchester City.
The Los Angeles Galaxy are reportedly in the market for a third Designated Player, and Mexixan international Giovani Dos Santos is said to be of interest for the MLS Club, according to ESPN Deportes (via the Los Angeles Times).
Dos Santos would add creativity which would surely be useful for Bruce Arena as L.A.'s manager pursues a third straight MLS Cup.
Daniele De Rossi has spent his entire professional club career with AS Roma.
That could well change this summer if a report by Henry Jackson of Goal is indeed true that Jose Mourinho and Chelsea are interested in the services of the hard-nosed Italian.
As the article noted above mentions, Italian manager Cesare Prandelli believes a change in club would be a worthwhile challenge for De Rossi to consider.
He would beef up the Chelsea roster, adding a physical presence and some very notable tactical acumen.