Winger Serge Gnabry has been linked with a move away from Bayern Munich in recent months, and with only a year left on the German's contract, the club may look to cash in on him so that they don't lose him for free.
Gnabry seems to have fallen out of favour in Bavaria, only completing a full 90 minutes in just nine of his 29 Bundesliga appearances this season, and has not completed a full 90 minutes in Bayern's Champions League campaign this season, with the most he has played being 85 minutes against Benfica on matchday four of the group stages.
And with Kingsley Coman and Leroy Sane both putting in impressive performances as they look to establish themselves under manager Julian Nagelsmann as first-choice pair of wingers, and the emergence of young central midfielder Jamal Musiala who is also capable of playing out wide, the competition for places may force Gnabry to look to join another club in the summer.
Indeed, the reason why Gnabry initially left Arsenal to join the Bavarians was due to his frustration at not starting often under Arsene Wenger - despite Gnabry's obvious talent, there were simply other players in the Arsenal squad who Arsene Wenger preferred to deploy in attacking areas, and that is why the German left.
So, this is why he may be making a move across Europe this summer, and here are the main clubs he's been linked with...