Premier League clubs and Spanish outfits have had their fair share of transfer business in the past.
The La Liga is home to some of the most technically gifted players in the world as Spanish football is generally played with flair and precision as opposed to the Premier League which is more physically demanding.
So, without further ado, here are five La Liga players your club should sign in the summer transfer window:
Los Armeros are poised to secure a top ten finish which is a huge achievement for a club of their stature. Sergi Enrich constitutes a large part of that success, as he's made tremendous contributions to the team regarding goals, assists and motivation.
The 27-year-old has notched 11 league goals and registered six assists this season.
He's known for his exceptionally high work rate, ability to pick a pass and, of course, his eye for goal. He combined quite nicely with Borja Gonzalez at Eibar last season, who now plies his trade for Swansea.
West Ham are now looking into the possibility of signing the Spaniard seeing as they're in dire need of reinforcements up front.
Enrich could be allowed to leave Eibar for as little as £5million hence, he'd be a great buy for any team currently lacking a reliable goalscorer.
He's not getting any younger, so he'll probably opt to leave Eibar if West Ham shows concrete interest.
Wissam Ben Yedder
He's an efficient forward who utilises a very direct style of play. Despite being only 5ft 7, he's been able to hold his own against bigger players throughout his career due to his footballing acumen and technical ability.
Sevilla would probably be willing to sell him for a fee in the region of £15million. He's played well this season, but he's been utilised somewhat sparingly by Jorge Sampaoli.
Ben Yedder is a great fit for a team like Everton with Lukaku likely to leave the club in the summer.
The Frenchman could do with more playing time, hence if a Premier League club can guarantee that, he'll be on the next flight to England.
Roque Mesa is one of the most talked about players in La Liga, due in large part to his rise to the top tier of Spanish football.
He played his first ever professional football game at the age of 22, having moved from Las Palmas' reserve side to the first team in 2011.
The 27-year-old is a key cog in Las Palmas' midfield. The team's style of play is built around his ability to distribute the ball and act as an extra defender.
He's not a goalscorer, neither is he a regular assist maker, what he does, though, is dictate the tempo of games from deep, thus allowing his teammates to retain possession and launch attacks with quick bursts of pace.
Mesa reportedly has a £26million release clause which shouldn't be a problem for teams in the top-half of the Premier League table.
Las Plamas need the money; hence, as much as they love Mesa, they'll probably be the ones urging him to make a move this summer.
From Diego Forlan to Guisseppe Rossi and now Cedric Bakambu, Villarreal certainly know the best places to find prolific forwards.
Back in December, the Dr Congo international dropped subtle hints about wanting to play in the Premier League.
Bakambu is quite versatile seeing as he's able to feature on the flanks, as a No.10 or up front. He's also got immense physical power coupled with a tendency to move intelligently through various channels on the pitch.
He could be allowed to leave Villarreal for a fee in the region of £20million.
If your club is short on consistent goalscorers, then Sandro Ramirez is your man.
He failed to impress in the few berths handed to him and was subsequently sold to Malaga where he's hit a rich vein of form.
Judging by the recent transfer rumours, Ramirez is almost certain to make a move to the Premier League.