Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal – who came first, second and third in the Premier League last season – are all set to strengthen during the summer.
Lots of cash is expected to be splashed. In fact, all three clubs could break their transfer records if reported deals were to go through.
Jack Wilshere contract: Arsenal offer £26m deal to controversial midfielder.
Five HOT photos of Yuvi Pallares, nude video babe who MOCKED Chelsea & Man Utd flops with TV tease.
Premier League kits 2015-16: Arsenal shirt & CURSED Liverpool top among best jerseys OUT – photos.
Chelsea’s biggest purchase to date was Fernando Torres. The Blues paid Liverpool £50m for the Spanish striker in January 2011, but that record may be smashed if Jose Mourinho is successful in his pursuit of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, who could cost as much of £70m.
London rivals Arsenal are less likely to break their record, which currently belongs to £42.5m playmaker Mesut Ozil.
However, the Gunners have been linked with a £45m bid for Real Madrid midfielder Isco in recent weeks.
City’s transfer record is expected to go this summer. The Etihad Stadium side have already bid £40m for Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling – £1.9m more than they paid for record-signing Sergio Aguero in July 2011