With the 2013 Confederations Cup set to kick off tomorrow, hosts Brazil will be hoping to put on a good show as they prepare to stage next year's World Cup.
Luiz Felipe Scolari's side will compete against Spain, Japan, Mexico, Uruguay, Tahiti, Italy and Nigeria over the course of group and knock out rounds until one nation is crowned champions on the last day of June.
Though the spotlight will be on Brazil as hosts following doubts over whether the country would be ready in time to stage the 2014 World Cup, there will also be many a watchful eye on players of all eight nations, considering the tournament is taking place during a transfer window.
This is perhaps as good an opportunity as any for certain superstars to put themselves in the proverbial shop window with their performances as they attempt to engineer a move away from their current clubs.
Now that Premier League champions Manchester United have signed Uruguayan right-back Guillermo Varela, are there any more of his countrymen on incoming Devil's manager David Moyes transfer wishlist?
Here, we take a look at five Confederations Cup stars Moyes would love to sign.