We might just be at the beginning of November but the January transfer window is slowly creeping upon us as clubs bid to address any issues in their squads for the second half of the season.
These days the January window is rather quiet and the bigger moves often happen in the summer but that doesn't mean we can't speculate on which big players could quite possibly be on the move this January.
We have a look at 3 players that could be leaving their clubs.
It's fair to say Ozil has fell out favour with Unai Emery this season.
The German started just his second Premier League game at the weekend in Arsenal's 1-1 draw at Wolves and has pretty much been frozen out at the Emirates.
He has been left out of the squad completely on seven occasions this season when available and at this stage of his career, he'll no doubt want more game time.
Ozil however wouldn't come cheap, having signed a new contract in February last year, worth a reported £350 thousand a week however Arsenal may be willing to listen to offers to remove his wages off the bill.
The issue however could become if Arsenal choose to get rid of Emery and new manager may want to build the team around the German star, so it could very much be a stand off between Ozil and his manager.
Paddy Power don't think Ozil will be on the move for January at least, making him 2/5 to stay with the Gunners until the end of the season whilst Fenerbache are 7/2 to land the attacking midfielder, with AC Milan at 6/1 and you can get 10/1 for the former Real Madrid man to go to China.
The Dane is out of contract at Spurs in the summer and it remains to be seen whether th midfielder will renew or seek a new challenge.
With him being out of contract, it may mean he could be available for a cut prize deal in January as Spurs may seke to get something for him rather than letting him go on a free in the summer.
He's had a difficult season so far at Spurs, and was reportedly unhappy with having to play left midfield in a 2-1 defeat at Liverpool last week.
Eriksen made it clear last season he wanted a new challenge but no offers came in for 27 year old during the summer but that could change with contract approaching an end.
Not only have questions been raised about his performances this season but there has also been speculation on whether his heart his still in Spurs, something his manager Mauricio Pochettino rubbished during a press conference on Wednesday.
The 19 year old has announced himself on the European stage this season, having netted in every single Salzburg Champions League game.
He is the top scorer in Europe's top competition, with 7 goals from just four games and is already being talked about as the next big thing.
He started the season with a hat trick against against Genk in the Champions League, which was his second hat trick of the week after scoring 3 against Hartberg in the League days earlier.
English fans will know him too, after scoring against Liverpool at Anfield.
He has only recently turned 19 and it remains to be seen how good he might be but rumours are interest is already rife from some of Europe's elite and Salzburg could struggle to hold on to him should the big boys come calling.