We're well into the summer market now. Who's excited?!
With the season now over, most of the attention has turned to the summer transfer window.
There are stories and speculation swirling around everywhere. Sometimes it feels overwhelming.
But please don't stress, because here at Tribalfootballwe will summarise the biggest stories throughout football each week and let you know whether you should believe the paper talk or not…
At first glance, each player either lacks something Pogba has or has something the Frenchman lacks, for instance:
Tielemans has Pogba's physicality but lacks his explosive speed, Eriksen lacks the Frenchman's physicality but possesses excellent playmaking qualities, whilst Maddison is in the same boat with Eriksen.
All three players, though, definitely have what it takes to replace Pogba at United – it all depends on who Ole deems as the best fit for the role.
Eriksen is easily Pogba's best potential replacement – hence United are likely to go all out to sign him should Pogba leave for Juventus or Real Madrid. Whether Daniel Levy will be willing to let his star midfielder go is unknown, though.
Likelihood: Anything is possible if United sell Pogba
Arsenal are now reportedly willing to let Aubameyang leave the club for a knockdown price of £56m in order to reinvest the funds in other areas of the squad.
Manchester United are reportedly keen on acquiring his services and a £56m asking price wouldn't be too steep for the Red Devils to cough up considering their financial standing.
Likelihood: Don't rule it out
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard is expected to be appointed as manager of the club very soon, hence; the club's administration is keen for him to take the helm before major a major decision is made on Zouma's future.
Everton will be hoping that Lampard deems Zouma surplus to requirements as they are interested in bringing him on board on a permanent basis after reaping the benefits of having him on loan last season.
Lampard is unlikely to deem Zouma surplus to requirements as Chelsea are competing on multiple fronts next season thus, they need a lot of depth in the squad.
Likelihood: Can't see it happening
Isco – Real Madrid
Clubs Interested: Manchester City
Pep Guardiola is a huge fan of Isco as he ticks all the boxes regarding what the former Barcelona man needs from a midfielder - Isco is incredibly nimble, possesses Pirlo-esque speed of thought, and is a great passer of the ball – he'd fit right into City's lineup.
Likelihood: Let's see what Zidane says
Coutinho was a real fan favourite at Liverpool thanks to his trademark long-range shots which consistently earned the Reds points in the Premier League.
Barcelona have reportedly deemed Coutinho surplus to requirements and are ready to take a loss on the midfielder's sale, as they realistically can't make back as much as they spent on him.
Coutinho to Liverpool seems very unlikely, he just doesn't seem like he can fit into Liverpool's current lineup considering every player is already performing a key role that aids the team's cohesion on the pitch.
Likelihood: No reunion for Phil