Attention is already starting to turn to this January's transfer window and there are a number of stars Premier League clubs could snap up.
Whether it's to fill in gaps in squads that have become clear following injuries or bans, or whether clubs need a boost in areas they didn't realise they required in the summer, fans are already discussing which players their club needs to bring in.
Thankfully, there a range of talented players overseas that can come in to help them for the second half of the 2023/24 season.
These aren't just any old footballers, either.
World Cup winners and England star Jude Bellingham's Real Madrid teammates are among those whose contracts are ticking towards their expiry date this summer. There's also a few rising talents being battled over, too.
In truth, there's more than one player we could've chosen for each position in a team made up of potential best Premier League January signings. So, who are these players your sides could swoop in for? talkSPORT.com has devised a best XI that your club could consider...
Real Madrid's Andriy Lunin was replaced by Chelsea loanee Kepa Arrizabalaga following Thibaut Courtois' injury.
His contract expires this summer leaving his position in question.
And given his side have won all games with him in goal this season (3) and he's only 24 years old, making him a great investment.
Previously linked with Arsenal and Wolves over the summer, the 25-year-old's contract expires in June 2025.
A fine performer at both ends of the pitch, Baku is likely to be wanted by many in Europe.
He could be a great back-up for natural centre-backs Ben White and Takehiro Tomiyasu for the Gunners.
At left-back, we have Euro 2020 Team of The Tournament addition and Italy star Leonardo SpinazzolaRead on talksport.com