With January more than halfway complete, dozens of players from around Europe are being linked with transfers this winter.
Only two weeks remain in the month, and rumours are heating up.
With that in mind, here is a La Liga transfer targets XI, considering only players that finish their contract this summer, with a couple of comments on every player.
When Kameni was at Espanyol, he even stumped the mighty Barcelona of Pep Guardiola, but he decided not to renew his contract and go to Malaga.
Now Willy Caballero has kept him out of the team and his contract is running out. He is a very agile goalkeeper—old style if you like, better close to the goal line than coming off of it—but a great shot stopper.
Montoya can play on the right or left of the defence, he has already made his debut with the national team and he likes to go forward.
In principle he would like to stay, but he's leaving his options open at the moment.
He would be one of the bargains of the transfer window.
Club: Rayo Vallecano
Rayo have conceded enough goals, but it is because of the way they play.
Galvez is one of the centre-backs that will make a career in football for sure at the highest level, in the first division.
Cala is waiting to renew with Sevilla.
He hasn't had many chances, coming from the lower ranks, but I like the way he plays with the ball and he's quite strong as well physically.
Eliseu can play in the midfield, even as a second forward sometimes, but always starting from the wing. He has even played as a full-back.
He is a fast player with a lot of experience in the first division and a goalscorer too. He is good at set pieces.
Ebert had a fantastic season last season but he's had a lot of injury problems this season and Valladolid are not making a huge effort to keep him.
He was about to sign for Atletico Madrid at one point, so if he sorts out his injury problems, there's a lot of talent there in dribbling, pace and goals.
Club: Atletico Madrid
Tiago looks like he will stay at Atletico Madrid. He's 32 and we know about him, of course. He's very intelligent in the way he runs.
Club: Athletic Bilbao
Gurpegui is one of the brains of the team and one of the leaders of the team as well for Athletic Bilbao.
He can be a centre-back, as he's playing at the moment, or in centre-midfield as he has for most of his career.
He can play the ball, he's strong and he doesn't mind the 50-50 challenges.
Position: Left winger
A product of the lower ranks of Valencia, where he made his debut at 18. He never took off at the team and was sent on loan to Tenerife and Getafe, which ended up buying him. He likes to take on defenders, is intelligent to play between the lines and has leadership qualities (he is the captain of the team). Injuries have stopped his progression but he can still deliver at the first division level
Club: Atletico Madrid
Raul Garcia started as a centre-midfielder but really isn't a centre-midfielder in terms of he cannot control the tempo of the game. He doesn't really intervene a lot now with Atletico Madrid.
What he is now is a midfielder who arrives late from deep and scores, especially headers. He would work perfectly well in the Premier League, but he's more efficient when he doesn't have to be part of the build-up. He's a hard worker.
Guerra had a fantastic couple of seasons in the second division. Last season it was difficult for him to move up to the first division, but now he is scoring and he probably will break his own goalscoring record.
The way he's going, he reminds me of a David Villa—a poorer David Villa—but certainly somebody with a lot of quality. He's a hard worker with or without the ball, provides crosses and can be a dangerous player in the counter-attack.