Everton's ten-point deduction by the Premier League could see them bid farewell to a number of stars amid the threat of relegation.
The penalty has come into immediate affect and the Toffees now sit in the bottom three of the table, going from 14 points to four.
An official statement from Everton revealed their 'shock' at the decision and they have made an immediate appeal.
Sean Dyche's side now face the very real prospect of relegation to the Championship, something they avoided on the final day last season.
Should this happen, talkSPORT.com has looked at five players who could potentially leave Everton ahead of next season.
Signing from Sunderland in 2017, Pickford has proven key for the Toffees in their recent escapes from the relegation.
The 29-year-old is also the starting goalkeeper for England and his current deal at Goodison Park runs until June 2027.
Despite playing for a struggling side, Pickford has had no shortage of previous interest with Manchester United and Chelsea both linked.
With 64 clean sheets in 260 Premier League appearances, he would be a shrewd signing for any club in the top flight.
Onana signed for Everton in a £35million deal from Lille and was quick to assert himself as one of their key players.
Aged just 22, the Belgian midfielder has proven he has a bright future in the game and has already revealed his ambitions to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world.
Chelsea showed their interest in January amid their pursuits of Enzo Fernandez and Moises Caicedo, but Onana declined a move.
However, other top sides could be willing to make an approach for his services should Everton be relegated.
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