Where do the bookmakers think these six will end up by the close of the transfer window?
Moussa Sissoko to Real Madrid
Rumours continue to circulate about the future of the Frenchman.
Relegated last season with Newcastle, Champions League winners Real emerged as front-runners for the Frenchman's signature a few weeks ago after he decided to turn up for the host nation at Euro 2016.
Italian champions Juventus have also been credited with an interest as they look to replace Paul Pogba. He must have some agent...
Arsenal meanwhile continue to be linked (as they have been since the beginning of time) but bookmakers can't seem to agree on whether they are actually interested or not with one firm 22/1 and another 4/1.
Ravel Morrison to Aston Villa
Talking of Pogba, the man who Rio Ferdinand says the Frenchman and the rest of the Man Utd youth team looked up to back in the day is an odds-on shot to join the Villa.
With his career stalling in Italy, it looks like Morrison is set for a move back to England, with the Championship side the most likely destination.
Robbie Brady to Everton
The Irishman impressed many at Euro 2016 and was a bright spark in a mainly dull Premier League campaign for the Canaries as they suffered relegation last season.
Owner of an oft-fabled 'cultured left foot' he's been linked with a number of clubs all summer. It's now the turn of moneybags Everton (who thought we'd ever by writing that!) to be credited with an interest.
Norwich fans would love him to stay and help the club bounce back to the Premier League at the first time of asking and odds of 11/8 for him to remain at Carrow Road are also on offer.
Saido Berahino to Stoke
Most would argue that the Paul Pogba to Manchester United deal has been the transfer saga of the summer, but not far behind is the much longer sage of where next for Saido?
First it was Spurs, then maybe Liverpool. Then he did a tweet that looked like it would force through a move, then it didn't. Then Tony Pulis said he would stay. Which he did, but Tony didn't play him. Then he was off to Spurs again. Then he wasn't. Then it was Palace, surely Palace? Nope, bid rejected. Stoke? They bid plenty but still West Brom would not budge.
What next? Who knows? Who even cares? Maybe Stoke fans as they remain the favourites to sign him.
Wilfried Bony to Everton
Poor Wilfried. A King at Swansea, he earned his big money move to The Etihad where he was expected to play second fiddle to Sergio Aguero. Which he did, for a while. But then he got injured and suffered a massive dip in form that saw him overtaken in the City striker pecking order by 19 year-old Kelechi Iheanacho.
Now pretty much unwanted under Pep, the big man from the Ivory Coast looks likely to be on the move again if any club can match his huge wages.
Top of the list? Everton of course.
Christian Benteke to Crystal Palace
Jurgen: "Hi, is that Alan? Yeah, we want £32.5m for him".
Alan: "Sure, no problem, after all we did get £10m for Dwight Gayle so that price for a proven Premier League goalscorer and Belgian International seems about fair".
And that is how transfer negotiations happen.