Terrible last season as Chelsea surrendered their title with a whimper the 25-year-old playmaker has sparkled for Belgium at Euro 2016. A long-time target for Spanish giants Real Madrid, one of Antonio Conte's first tasks may well be convincing the Belgian to stay at Stamford Bridge.
Hazard to Real Madrid - 1pt @ 4/11

England international and left-foot extraordinaire Andros Townsend excelled for Newcastle following his January move from Spurs, scoring four goals as well as contributing with two assists in 13 games leading to calls in some places for him be on the plane to the Euros (Oh how different things may have been if Andros was cutting in from the right flank every 5 minutes against Iceland).

Palace specialise in 'tricky' inconsistent wingers with Wilfried Zaha and Yannick Bolasie already on their books, so Andros should fit right in!

Andros Townsend to Crystal Palace - 1pt @ 1/8

Palace had reportedly agreed a fee of €38m for a Belgian frontman earlier in the week. Unfortunately for them (and probably Liverpool fans too) the Belgian in question was Michy Batshuayi.

With the Marseille man now bound for Chelsea, Pardew and Palace will have to look elsewhere in their attempt to boost their fire power.

Step forward Christian Benteke. The man Liverpool parted with £32.5 million for just 12 months ago. Although not considered a huge success at Anfield, the 25 year-old was still the Merseyside club's second top scorer in the Premier League with 10 goals.

Christian Benteke to Crystal Palace - 1pt @ 3/10

Remember when Manchester United sold Paul Pogba to Juventus for around £800,000? Not one of Sir Alex Ferguson's finest moments! Since then Pogo has developed into one of the most complete midfielders in the modern game, despite what Gary Lineker might think!

A favourite of the transfer rumour mill, the classy Frenchman has been linked with every major club possible over the last few seasons and many point to him making a return to the club he left as a teenager.

Paul Pogba to Manchester United - 1pt @ 5/4

Couldn't get a kick at the Euros where he was kept out of the team by Gary Cahill and Chris Smalling, the Everton defender has endured a nightmare 12 months that has seen his stock fall quicker than the FTSE 100 after a referendum.

Still young enough to get his career back on track and that oh so rare ball-playing English centre-back, you'd expect the former Barnsley man to flourish under Pep Guardiola's guidance if a move to the Etihad was to materialise.

John Stones to Manchester City - 1pt @ 4/5