With the World Cup marching towards its conclusion in six days' time, we've seen a number of players' profiles heightened with stellar performances in Brazil - but which would you like to see move to the Premier League?
Chile star Alexis Sanchez is edging closer to a move to Arsenal after Barcelona accepted a £32 million offer from the Gunners, but Manchester United and Liverpool continue to be linked.
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Paul Pogba has enjoyed a rise to prominence since joining Juventus two years ago and produced a man-of-the-match display for France as they reached the quarter-finals and Chelsea are plotting a £60m swoop.
Manchester United have wasted no time in ushering in a squad overhaul - with Luke Shaw and Ander Herrera already signed - and are keen on Arturo Vidal, but have been told only a £45m-plus-Nani bid will suffice.
Belgium starlet Divock Origi has impressed under Marc Wilmots, with Romelu Lukaku losing his starting berth, and Liverpool are closing in on the striker but a loan move back to Lille has been mooted.
With the Netherlands reaching the semi-finals, a number of Louis van Gaal's squad have attracted admiring glances with Daley Blind linked with joining his soon-to-be-former Dutch coach at Old Trafford.
United have also long been interested in Edinson Cavani after the striker expressed frustration at his second-fiddle role behind Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Paris Saint-Germain.
One of the biggest stars of the World Cup has been Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez, who currently tops the scoring charts with five goals, but the 22-year-old feels La Liga suits his technical style better.
The same goes for Rodriguez's international team-mate Juan Cuadrado as, despite Fiorentina securing full ownership last month, a move to La Liga remains a possibility.
The three surprise packages of the World Cup have been Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas, Ecuador forward Enner Valencia and United States defender DeAndre Yedlin.
All three have been touted as potential targets for Premier League sides, with the likes of Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and West all reportedly keen on at least one of the trio.
So who would you most like to see strut their stuff in the Premier League? Have your say in the comments section below and let us know your thoughts on our Twitter and Facebook pages!