TalkSport 1/50 Paul Pogba: The man Who is he?
The Manchester United midfielder has long been linked with a move away from Old Trafford.
But the Frenchman insists he is happy in his new club and will remain at Old Trafford next season.
Getty Images 2/50 Nemanja Vidic: The Serbian legend Born in 1968, the Croatian international was a regular in Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s side when they won the European Cup in 2011.
He has since become a key member of the side, and has been a major factor in helping the side win trophies.
Getty 3/50 James Rodriguez: The Argentine is currently at Chelsea and the Real Madrid striker has scored 22 goals in the Champions League, the Copa del Rey and La Liga this season.
He won the Ballon d’Or for the best midfielder in the world last season.
AP 4/50 Javier Hernandez: The Argentina forward is in the final year of his contract at Real Madrid, and is also one of the top goalscorers in the league.
He was a favourite for the award last season but will be hoping for more in 2018.
Getty 5/50 David Luiz: The Brazil midfielder was voted Man of the Year for 2018 and has helped Brazil win two Copa América titles.
He scored 12 goals and set up 13 more for his country.
He will be keen to return to his homeland and help the side improve.
Getty 6/50 Neymar: The Brazilian is currently in the second year of a five-year contract at Barcelona.
He is also a key player for the Catalan side, scoring 21 goals in all competitions this season, helping the team to the top of La Liga.
AFP/Getty Images 7/50 Lionel Messi: The Barcelona forward is currently one of Europe’s best players and is regarded as the best player in the game.
He helped Barcelona to the Copas del Rey title and Champions League glory in 2018 and is looking to continue the trend in 2019.
GETTY IMAGES 8/50 Cristiano Ronaldo: The Real Madrid forward is set to sign a new four-year deal next season, and his current deal expires in 2020.
The Portuguese has already scored 25 goals this season and will be looking to build on his impressive season.
GET Reuters 9/50 Kevin de Bruyne: The Belgian is currently the highest paid player in world football, with a record of £59.9 million.
His contract with Manchester City ends in 2022 and he will be desperate to continue scoring goals for the Bluebirds.
GETReuters 10/50 Gareth Bale: The Wales winger has been linked in recent weeks with a number of top clubs, including Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal.
The 22-year-old is currently with Real Madrid and could be set to leave the Spanish giants next summer.
Getty 11/50 Edinson Cavani: The Uruguayan has been the subject of a number ‘scandals’ over the past few years, including an assault case, and a fight with his then-girlfriend that took place at a hotel in the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo in 2013.
He returned to Uruguay to play football at the age of 20.
Getty 12/50 Robert Lewandowski: The Poland striker has been heavily linked with moves to Manchester United and Bayern Munich in recent years.
The former Bayern Munich star has been strongly linked with Manchester United over the last year and has not ruled out a move to Old Trafford in the future.
Getty 13/50 Kaka: The South American striker has struggled for form since joining PSG in 2013, scoring just four goals in 25 league appearances.
He also recently struggled to get into the France team at Euro 2020 and has struggled to find first team football in the French league this season with Marseille.
Getty 14/50 Alexandre Lacazette: The France international has been hugely impressive this season but is also reportedly being pursued by Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United as well as Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
He joined PSG from Lyon in 2014.
Getty 15/50 Alexis Sanchez: The Chilean is currently on the books of Arsenal, who have the option to buy the player for £37.5m.
He recently suffered a serious knee injury and has had a number out for the past month.
Getty 16/50 Mario Balotelli: The Italy international has not scored a league goal this season for AC Milan but has managed 11 in the Serie A this season – the highest tally of any player in Serie A. Getty 17/50 Christian Eriksen: The Sweden midfielder has been prolific for his new team, and will only be 22 when his contract with Borussia Dortmund expires in 2019, but he has also been linked by Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea.
Getty 18/50 Xabi Alonso: The Spanish striker is currently enjoying a renaissance in the Premier League with Manchester Manchester City, but has struggled in the Bundesliga this season due to injury.
He could yet leave the