The European football season is once again coming to a close with a few weeks until the curtain falls on another crazy campaign.
The Premier League is still to be decided with Leicester and Tottenham battling it out to secure maiden titles in the Premier League era.
In Spain, Barcelona’s recent slump has allowed both Madrid clubs to mount a charge with one point separating the top three.
PSG have already secured their fourth title in a row in France while Bayern Munich, under the departing Pep Guardiola, are set to do likewise.
In Italy, Antonio Conte’s former side Juventus have a six point gap with five games remaining and look like securing a fifth successive Serie A title.
Regardless of how Europe’s heavyweight sides have fared we can look forward to another summer of transfer activity.
Each club will look to recruit in order to either reinforce or re-establish their dominance on their domestic league as well as the Champions League.
But who is likely to be on the move this summer and where will they end up? Let's take a look at where a few of the biggest names in football could be heading.
The former PFA Player of the Year has experienced a shambolic season and it is testament to how far he has fallen that many Chelsea fans wouldn't be too sad to see him leave Stamford Bridge.
His influence on games has completed deserted him and he has not scored a single Premier League goal this season.
Prior to his demise Hazard was touted as a target for both Real Madrid and PSG but they may both now think twice before investing in the Belgian.
It may be that Hazard has grown tired of Stamford Bridge and its politics and new surroundings could breathe new life into the player. The problem being Hazard may still command a hefty fee given his age but whether he is worth that investment is a major call.
Recent indications this week suggest Hazard could be ready to commit to new boss Conte and rebuild his reputation in west London.
The Swede is out of contract in Paris this summer and has publicly said that his plan is to depart the Parc des Princes to seek pastures new.
However news broke yesterday that may just convince Ibrahimovic to change his mind.
The club president has spoken about his desire to keep their talisman and with the news that Jose Mourinho has been contacted about potentially occupying the dugout next year could alter Ibrahimovic ’s decision.
Ibrahimovic worked with the Special One at Inter Milan and spoke about his fondness for the Portuguese. If he does decide to leave France then he will have several offers.
Manchester United have been talked about as a likely option but Ibrahimovic will likely wait to see who sits in the dugout before making any moves. Other English club Arsenal may also be of interest and a return to Italy is not out of the question.
Chelsea’s first-choice keeper put his future in west London in some doubt several weeks ago when he did not commit to Stamford Bridge beyond the summer.
He spoke of his desire to win trophies as he has done throughout his career and feels that he has taken a considerable step back this year.
Chelsea have been quick to put a £73million price tag on the shot-stopper to warn off any potential interest with Real Madrid believed to be in the frame.
The comforting measure for Chelsea fans is that few clubs can afford such a fee. More over whilst Real Madrid may have such finances it is clear they have earmarked Manchester United’s David De Gea as their prime target between the sticks and will likely pursue his signature this summer.
The ex-Chelsea man is another player who brought his own future into question when he publicly stated his desire to play in the Champions League.
Lukaku's current club Everton are languishing in the bottom half despite their considerable talent and will not be able to fulfil their striker’s ambitions for at least another year.
His 25 goals this year have been invaluable to Everton and his £28million price tag looks totally justified, with the Toffees likely to want double that amount to part with the powerhouse.
If he does look to move this summer then he will have many suitors with former club Chelsea a possible candidate and he is rumoured to be happy at returning. Elsewhere, rivals Manchester United and PSG are both said to be monitoring the situation, along with Bundesliga clubs.
The Borussia Dortmund man is already supposedly in talks with Manchester City about a move to the Etihad this summer after in coming coach Pep Guardiola sanctioned his transfer.
The German is out of contract next year and Dortmund would rather cash in now than lose him for nothing in 12 months’ time.
Last week it emerged that the clubs are £8 illion apart in their valuation of the player with City not prepared to pay what the Germans want although a deal is still expected to be reached in the coming weeks.
Gundogan has played a starring role in Dortmund’s rise in the last few years and scored the equalising penalty when they lost to Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in 2013.
Seemingly the most wanted man in football – Pogba and his club Juventus are set to be engulfed in rumours and speculation regarding their star asset.
However, reports emerged a few weeks ago that the Frenchman was looking to sign a new deal in Turin after his agent revealed he was happy and the clubs remained on the same page.
Pogba did spark interest when saying playing under Pep Guardiola could improve his game thus making connections with City.
Chelsea fans will also feel - should he choose to leave - that they have a chance of acquiring the Frenchman helped by the lure of incoming boss Conte. It was he who first believed in Pogba and gave him the opportunity of first team football when he signed him for Juventus.
The 2014 World Cup winner is strongly linked with a move away from current club Bayern Munich with much uncertainty surrounding him.
New Bayern bos Carlo Ancelotti will no doubt have his own assessment and opinion of what he wishes to take place but it is clear that Gotze is not totally content in Bavaria.
He has been injured for much of this season despite being an integral figure last year with 45 appearances.
He has been strongly linked with a move to Liverpool and an opportunity at being reunited with former boss Jurgen Klopp. It was Klopp who gifted Gotze his debut when in charge at Dortmund and the World Cup winner is said to be strongly connected to his former mentor.
The Uruguayan has experienced an up and down time in the French Capital since his club record move from Napoli in July 2013. Cavani has won 8 major trophies and scored 76 goals in three seasons.
He has had to accept a secondary role behind Ibrahimovic however and he has at times struggled to adapt to a wider position. But with the Swede possibly leaving Paris, Cavani could become the club’s main marksman playing as a central figure which will suit his game more.
If Cavani does decide though that he has had enough of PSG then a move back to Italy with Juventus is touted as a possibility while English clubs Chelsea and both Manchester clubs are interested in his signature.
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