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With an unprecedented amount of managerial changes at the top of footballs’ elite, we could be in for one of the more riveting and crazy transfer windows seen in recent memory – and that’s saying something.

Many of the world’s best footballers are rumoured to be on the move in the upcoming off-season, with new managers looking to make a splash and restructure their team to their liking.

Without further ado, let’s have a look at where some of the world’s better talents looking for a change could wind up.

Romelo Lukaku: Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain poster boy Zlatan Ibrahimovic is leaving town this summer, opening up a gaping hole in the Parisian’s forwardline. One of the bookie’s favourite to fill that hole is Everton striker Romelu Lukaku.

Lukaku’s father spoke out recently, suggesting that it is likely his son will leave the Toffees, preferably for Champions League football. PSG provides that, and are sure to satisfy any wage demands the Belgian would have.

It would be interesting to see how Lukaku goes in the spotlight with Les Rouge-et-Bleu, just two years after being named as one of the 10 most promising players in Europe by The Guardian.

Mario Gotze: Liverpool

Liverpool fans wondered when they lured Jurgen Klopp to Merseyside whether or not he would endeavor to bring with him some of the superstars he employed at Borussia Dortmund. It seems as if though that is set to begin - with Mario Gotze.

Ever since Germany’s golden boy made the move from Klopp’s former club Dortmund to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munchen, his form has been ordinary, and according to reports in Germany, he can be had for just 20 million pounds.

Whilst critics have wondered exactly how he will fit in at Liverpool, the Reds will surely be fine with buying now and figuring it out lately.

Yaya Toure: Inter Milan

Pep Guardiola is likely to go on a rebuild at Manchester City this off-season, and it’s likely one of his first and easiest sells will be Yaya Toure.

Yaya has often over the past few seasons looked likely to leave Etihad Stadium, and according to his outspoken manager Dimitri Seluk, they are in talks with Inter Milan over a possible reunion with Roberto Mancini.

Mancini won the English Premier League with Man City in 2012, in what were no doubt some of Toure’s fonder memories in northwest England. Mancini will be keen to retool to guide Internazionale back to the Champions League, which he failed to do this season.

James Rodriguez: Manchester United

James Rodriguez is one of the best young players in the world, and naturally, is being pursued this off-season by Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Arsenal. However, it is starting to look like 24 year-old will be joining Manchester United.

Although new Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane likes Rodriguez as a player, the tactical switch to 4-3-3 leaves no place for him in the lineup, which will likely lead to him being sold.

Give the Colombians’ potential, he would likely fetch a hefty price, but according to the man himself, he favours a move to Man United if sold.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: ???

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is rarely described as inconspicuous, but given the Swede has announced he is leaving PSG, I legitimately cannot see where he will land. The two most popular choices amongst pundits however, are the Los Angeles Galaxy and Man U.

Whilst most football fans would rather Ibrahimovic continue to ply his trade in Europe, that was looking unlikely - until the MLS announced they would not be bending the league’s contracting rules to specifically allow Zlatan to join Los Angeles, which makes that move a lot less likely for 2016.

That leaves United, which is also beginning to look unlikely, with Jose Mourinho looking likely to be there next year. Ibra has made no secret his distaste for the Special One, meaning that it would require him to swallow a fair amount of his pride to sign there – not likely to happen.