Transfer market, especially at the top level, is flooded this summer with the best and brightest players from across Europe.
A plethora of offers have been made, with plenty of names being touted by clubs and transfer clubs alike.
And it has become increasingly difficult to ignore the demand for the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Mario Mandzukic.
So, how many of these transfer targets could we realistically see making their way to Serie A?
With all the names and numbers, it’s hard to say with absolute certainty.
Here is a quick rundown of what is out there, and who is in and who could be a possible destination.
Transfer market: Juventus to take in Mario Mandzo, Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Riva from Juventus, according to ESPN.
The Bianconeri are desperate for defensive reinforcements, and are expected to land one of the most sought after players in football in Mario Ramos, who was part of Juve’s World Cup-winning squad in Brazil.
It would also be a coup to have Ronaldo back at the Juventus Stadium, who has struggled for form at the club this season.
A return to the Bianconero colours would be welcomed by the fans.
Real Madrid to take forward a deal for the Argentina international, according TOI.
A deal for Real Madrid’s Diego Costa is also on the cards.
The former Chelsea forward has struggled to get game time at the Bernabeu this season and has been ruled out of the upcoming Champions League.
He has also reportedly been linked with Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain.
However, this transfer could not come at a better time for Carlo Ancelotti, who is currently leading the race to land a replacement for the departed Thiago Silva.
Chelsea to offer £22m for Gonzalo Higuain, according ESPN.
Higuard’s future at Stamford Bridge has been under question for a long time, but he has finally decided to sign a new deal.
Chelsea are ready to take the forward on loan with a view to bringing him to Stamford Bridge as soon as next season.
The Spanish giants have been linked to Atletico Madrid’s Juan Mata and Arsenal’s Alexandre Lacazette.
However Higuards desire to leave Chelsea has been put on hold until he can prove himself in England, and he could make a decision in the next few days.
Liverpool to take up the offer of Luka Modric from Tottenham, according The Times.
Modric is set to leave Manchester City in the summer, and Liverpool are keen to add him to their ranks.
A move for the 25-year-old would be a massive coup for the Anfield club.
Juventus to sign Kaka, according ToI.
Kaka has not featured in the Champions League this season, having missed out on the quarter-finals of the competition with Italy.
Juventus are also looking to bolster their defence, with Kaka set to make his return to action for the Serie A outfit.
AC Milan to sign Luka Milivojevic from Borussia Monchengladbach, according CNN.
The 26-year old has been linked heavily with a move to Serie B side Milan, but has yet to sign his contract.
With Mario Balotelli reportedly ready to leave AC Milan, Milan could be the club to land the Croatia international.
Juventus, Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid are all believed to be in the market for a defensive midfielder.