Whisper it, but we're almost a third of the way through the Premier League season, which means January transfer window is just over five weeks away.
And business could be booming this winter, with some of the top six clubs eyeing new addition to their squads to address injury crises or improve their title credentials. Or in some cases, both.
Arsenal have long been linked with a move for Ivan Toney as Mikel Arteta looks to solve his goalscoring issues following Gabriel Jesus injury, while Eddie Howe desperately needs reinforcements in midfield.
Elsewhere, Kalvin Phillips looks finally set to leave Manchester City and former Premier League stars Raphinha and Ruben Neves have been linked with a return to England.
Here, Mail Sport takes a look at some of the top players who could be on the move in January.
Toney is currently sidelined after being handed an eight-month ban earlier this year for gambling offences, but is set to return to action in January.
And the Brentford striker has been linked with a big-money move at the start of 2024 after attracting interest from London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.
The Gunners are reportedly in pole position to secure the 27-year-old's signature, but it remains to be seen whether Toney will leave the Bees in January.
Thomas Frank said earlier this month that he would like Toney to remain at Brentford 'forever', and the Bees are in a strong position as they are under no significant pressure to sell their star striker as he approaches the final 18 months of his deal.
Toney scored 32 goals over the last two Premier League seasons, but a rumoured price tag of £100million is set to test the mettle of any potential suitors.
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