With the transfer window open, even clubs that finished near the top of the league are looking to offload some of their players.
After having to sit in the UEFA Finals, could the joint top goal scorer Dimitar Berbatov be among them?
Here are players from each of the top five teams who could be set to leave their clubs this transfer window.
Gareth Bale is one of the top players that will most likely be leaving the Spurs.
At 21 years of age, the Welsh winger is one of the top rising stars in the Premier League.
Manchester City is set to offer Tottenham "£30 million-plus" for the gifted young winger.
Its yet to see who will capture Bale.
The Guardian suggest that Bale won't go "for a penny less than £50m."
The French Arsenal midfielder might be on his way out due to dispute over salary.
Nasri was offered a £90,000 a week contract, but wants to be paid the same as team captain Cesc Fabregas at £110,000 a week according to Football Gossip.
Although negotiations are still ongoing, manager Arsene Wenger was adamant about one thing:
Nasri will not be going to Manchester United.
If the talks continue to go downhill, expect Nasri to be sold off this summer.
The other joint top scorer, Argentinian star Carlos Tevez, could be out of his club.
The Argentinian told a local radio station on air that he wanted to "leave Manchester City."
Tevez is having issues with family, trying to get rights to see his children, and has expressed interest in moving back to his home country so it would be easier for him.
Manchester City has been pleading with Tevez to stay, but it remains to be seen if the golden boot co-recipient will do that
It is yet to be seen who will try and take up the French international's large price tag, but he will not be kept by Chelsea, who are looking to younger talent.
Crunch Sports suggests that it will be hard for Anelka to stay in the EPL with his high price tag and waning age.
The golden boot co-recipient was helpful in leading Manchester United to a EPL victory this year, but there are doubts to whether the Bulgarian striker will remain with the club.
Manchester United curiously sat Berbatov for the UEFA Final which leads to some questions of whether he will be there again next season.
Berbatov told a Bulgarian television station that "I will stay."
Whether or not that is true remains to be seen.
According to Goal.com, Berbatov would consider a return to his former club of Tottenham or possibly another team in the Champions League.