The Black Friday sales are upon us with a multitude of people flocking to the shops with the aim of getting a great deal before Christmas. The whole event usually brings about mass panic as shoppers wrestle with each other for limited stock is only available for the weekend, or possibly just the day.
In footballing terms, there are many players that clubs would rush for should their price be cut for a variety of reasons, especially with transfer fees inflating at an astronomical rate. But which Premier League players would have their price tags slashed to get them out the door?
Here are all 20, with one player from each club...
1. AFC Bournemouth - Callum Wilson
There's no doubt Wilson is a quality striker - he has three goals in as many games this season. But his injury record speaks for itself, and even if his price tag were to be slashed, Bournemouth would still get a good amount for him.
2. Arsenal - Mesut Özil
Man of the Match during Arsenal's fierce north London derby victory, Özil's contract situation at Arsenal hasn't improved for many months. The German is able to speak to foreign clubs about signing a pre-contract in January, so the Gunners may slash his price tag to recoup some money.
3. Brighton - Anthony Knockaert
Knockaert has failed to make a similar impact in the Premier League as he did for Brighton in the Championship last year.
The Frenchman has only registered one goal and assist so far this year, and despite Brighton rejecting a £10m bid from Newcastle over the summer, they may lower their asking price following his dip in form.
4. Burnley - Tom Heaton
Heaton was one of the more impressive performers for Sean Dyche's Burnley last season, earning him a regular place in the England squad.
The keeper is expected to be out for a number of months, and his replacement Nick Pope has performed excellently. Burnley may stick with Pope going forward, and offload Heaton when he recovers.
5. Chelsea - Michy Batshuayi
Since his arrival, Batshuayi has played second fiddle to Chelsea's main centre-forward. Diego Costa has left for Atleti, but new boy Alvaro Morata has impressed thus far and kept the Belgian on the bench. His qualities are evident and the Blues would get a sizeable sum for him, even if they cut his price.
6. Crystal Palace - Andros Townsend
With Crystal Palace struggling down at the bottom, Andros Townsend may look for a move to save his career. The winger has completed the most dribbles of anyone this season, and his ability would be appreciated by any side.
Should Palace continue to struggle,Townsend's price would drop meaning they would have to slash it to let him leave.
7. Everton - Yannick Bolasie
A similar situation to Palace, Everton may be forced to cut the price of a number of their players if their form continues to drop.
One exciting player, Yannick Bolasie, has been out for 11 months but is back in full training now. His injury record would mean he would cost less, but he would be worth a gamble by any of the top clubs.
8. Huddersfield Town - Aaron Mooy
Aaron Mooy has been one of Huddersfield's best performers this season, and his year has improved even more so with the news that he will be at the World Cup next year. Huddersfield started the season well but have tailed off - although Mooy has continued to show his talent.
9. Leicester City - Riyad Mahrez
After handing in a transfer request last summer, Mahrez has again failed to reach the heights of Leicester's title-winning season. The Algerian still dreams of featuring for Barcelona or Paris Saint-Germain, and he may become more affordable for either side, if he continues to play at the same level this season - although he risks losing their interest.
10. Liverpool - Emre Can
Emre Can is in the same situation to Özil and Sanchez, with his contract running out at the end of the season. Juventus have hinted toward signing the German on a free contract, but Liverpool may cut his price tag to get some funds for his sale.
11. Manchester City - Claudio Bravo
After signing Bravo with the idea of using him as a top quality ball-playing goalkeeper, things didn't exactly work out.
The Chilean is currently playing back-up to new signing Ederson, and the Brazilian's form suggests he won't get a look in any time soon. City may offload Bravo in the coming weeks/months, and his age may mean he goes for less than expected.
12. Manchester United - Victor Lindelof
When Lindelof signed from Benfica, United fans were dreaming of a Bailly-Lindelof defensive pair that could go on to emulate Ferdinand and Vidic.
Instead, the Swede has rarely featured and, when he has, his performances have been shaky at best. With other defensive options available to Mourinho in the summer, he may offload Lindelof for a cut price.
13. Newcastle United - DeAndre Yedlin
Since his switch from Wearside to Tyneside, Yedlin has been a fans favourite despite his former affiliations. The right-back has a contract with the club until 2021, but with a new owner seeming likely, the may look to invest in a variety of areas. Yedlin may be one of the players sold and replaced with a more solid defensive option.
14. Southampton - Manolo Gabbiadini
Gabbiadini made a wonderful start to life in the Prem, but he has since failed to replicate his debut year. The 25-year-old failed to help Italy qualify for the World Cup, and with only three goals this season, he may be sold on for another option.
The big forward won't struggle for suitors, but due to his form they won't want to pay top dollar.
15. Stoke City - Xherdan Shaqiri
At 26-years-old, Shaqiri should be reaching the peak of his career now. The former Bayern Munich man has been an important player for Stoke, but with his contract ending in the coming years, he may look for a new challenge. With five assists this season, the Swiss midfielder won't struggle to attract interest.
16. Swansea City - Leroy Fer
Fer's contract runs out at the end of next season, and if Swansea's performances don't improve, the box-to-box midfielder may look to move on. The Dutchman is unlikely to leave this season, but should his contract run down any further, Swansea may be forced to sell him before they lose him for nothing.
17. Tottenham Hotspur - Danny Rose
Danny Rose has endured a tough time of late. Calling out his club for their transfer dealings and suffering a serious injury have meant that he is lacking first-team action, and with Ben Davies finding his feet at left-back, Spurs may be happy to sell him with there being little need for a replacement.
18. Watford - Roberto Pereyra
When Pereyra came to Vicarage Road, there was great excitement about what he could bring to the team. Over a year on, the Argentinian hasn't lived up to his hype.
Brazilian Richarlison has come in and taken the league by storm, showing Pereyra what he should have done. His poor performances, which have seen him only start three league games, may see him be sold for a fraction of the price Watford paid.
19. West Brom - Salomon Rondon
Another player who had big expectations weighed upon his shoulders, Rondon has been very hit and miss in the Premier League.
On paper, the Venezuelan striker looks a perfect fit for the league, but with only one goal this season, it looks like being another long season for him. West Brom would struggle to get £12m back for him, but they should accept anywhere in the region of £8m.
20. West Ham - Marko Arnautovic
Where do we start here. Arnautovic made the surprising switch to West Ham for an astronomical fee of £25m in the summer, and he has flopped badly ever since. In eight Prem appearances, he is yet to score or assist, meaning that not only would they not get anywhere near £25m back, but they will struggle to find any suitors.
West Ham flop. Black Friday flop.