One man who's expected to be on the move this summer is Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland, with a number of Premier League clubs reportedly interested making a move.
The 26 year-old is a key figure at the bet365 Stadium and the Potters will be keen to retain him, but with them set to begin their second season outside the top flight, they may be tempted to cash in on him should they be presented with a big offer.
The goalkeeper was recently named the clubs Player of the Year for the second time in just three years which highlights his importance, but Stoke's relegation twelve months ago has resulted in him missing out on a spot in the England team to Everton's Jordan Pickford. So it's clear from a personal point of view that he needs to get back into the Premier League if he's to stand a chance of displacing the 25 year-old.
But despite Stoke's relegation from the Premier League, he has been included in every England squad selected by Gareth Southgate, although he's failed to get on the pitch in their World Cup or UEFA Nations League campaigns. So Pickford is clearly the undisputed number 1.
England have a pool of talented goalkeepers to choose from and with Angus Gunn picking up more minutes at Southampton last year, along with the young Dean Henderson emerging and likely to play every game in the top flight for Sheffield United next season - he has serious competition to get back in the squad.
Butland is believed to be keen on a move back to the Premier League or abroad in order to boost his chances of breaking into the England XI, but where should he go and what are his realistic options?