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Bayern Munich's German hitman Miroslav Klose has had talks with his club reportedly break down at the end of this week, leading to speculation that the 2006 World Cup Golden Boot winner may be on the move.
Klose, 32, may no longer be a spring chicken and certainly wouldn't command anywhere near the largest transfer fee of the players on this list, still has plenty to offer.
Everton are the latest in a series of clubs linked with the striker, which includes Tottenham Hotspur, Juventus and Valencia.
While it's far from certain that Klose will leave the Bundesliga—after all, he has never played for a club outside of Germany since his career began in the late 1980s—the rumors of a potential move to England or Italy could definitely have some weight behind them.
David Moyes is renowned for working wonders on a shoe-string budget, and considering Klose could likely be captured for a reasonable fee and with poacher Yakubu set to leave, he's just the type of player the club could be after.
Meanwhile, Spurs manager Redknapp has demonstrated plenty of times before that he's able to fully take advantage of players coming into their twilight years. The rumor-mill abounds with links between Spurs and European-based strikers, but Klose has both the pedigree and the skill to really improve the Tottenham front line while also having the characteristics of players Redknapp is known to favor.
Juventus can not be discounted as a potential location, either, as they have been seriously linked with the striker since January and seem very ready to seriously improve their squad.
If the talk is true that discussions with Bayern have broken down, Klose will surely be leaving the Bundesliga, as it seems unlikely he'd move to another German club. Juventus seem to be the most keen on the player, and unless one of the Premier League sides begins to really demonstrate their interest, he may well move on to Italy.
Likelihood: Likely to leave, with Juventus currently leading the pack for his signature