Leicester City recently appointed Brendan Rodgers as their new manager replacing the departed Claude Puel.
The Foxes in recent years have had some of the best success in the transfer market, and a lot of praise should go to their recruitment team behind the scenes.
Recent success stories include the signing of James Maddison from Norwich City and the loan capture of Youri Tielemans from Monaco.
Looking back further to their remarkable 2015/16 Premier League title victory, Riyad Mahrez and N’Golo Kante played vital roles, and they were signed from under everyone’s noses for minimal fees.
It’s near-on impossible for them to recreate their incredible 2015/16 campaign, but they have since established themselves as a strong top-half side.
Under their new manager Rodgers, they will be hoping to push on again, and the summer window will be key for them to see if they can challenge for a top-seven finish next season.
Here we will look at the players who will be out of contract this summer and pick out five who will be best suited to Leicester City next year.
The Algerian attacking midfielder is in his prime and turned 29 earlier this year.
He has always attracted interest from the Premier League. Leicester could do a lot worse than snap up the Brahimi, who has shown a lot of pedigree during his career so far.
He has a Champions League hat-trick on his CV, and he could be interested in a move to the Premier League.
The Spaniard has always proven to be a true professional with a lot of flair, who can pick pockets in attacking areas.
The attacking midfielder is now 30 and is reaching the latter end of his career.
But he has shown at times for Manchester United this season that he is still capable of causing a lot of problems at the top level, and Leicester could be a perfect destination for him.
Milner has always been a very steady performer in the top flight and internationally since coming through the ranks at Leeds United 17 years ago.
The 33-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at Liverpool in recent weeks, with Naby Keita, Fabinho and Jordan Henderson replacing him.
He has never disappointed anyone during his games this season, though, and will still be a very reliable player for a lot of clubs in the Premier League.
The 33-year-old Brazilian international has declined at Atletico Madrid with Lucas Hernandez now being their number one left-back.
He already has Premier League experience with Chelsea and he proved to be a decent player for Blues in 2014/15.
Filipe Luis could be a very adequate replacement for Ben Chilwell should he leave, or even as a competitor.
The Mexico international has been a very consistent performer for Porto in the Champions League in recent years and is now reaching his prime, aged 28.
He has come up against Premier League opposition in Europe, and he may fancy a move to England.
The midfielder has always proved to be a really hard worker and a fighter in the middle, and he could be a very good signing for Leicester.