With the summer transfer window looming Brendan Rodgers will no doubt be getting his cheque book ready, as he aims to add fresh blood to his Leicester City squad.
Whether the 46-year-old will raid two of his former clubs Liverpool and Celtic remains to be seen, but the Ulsterman remains keen on drafting in one of his ex-Celtic backroom staff members in head of recruitment Lee Congerton.
Congerton played a pivotal role in helping Rodgers identify the right type of player at Parkhead, while also working with the Northern Irishman at Chelsea. Former head of recruitment Eduardo Macia departed Leicester last month, seemingly paving the way for Congerton's arrival.
The Foxes made a total of eight signings over the last summer, with the likes of James Maddison, Ricardo Pereira and Jonny Evans, drafted
It is understood Rodgers will be provided with considerable funds for him to strengthen his squad ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.
Current Club: Monaco (on loan at Leicester City)
Leicester will have to fork out around £40m to sign Tielemans on a permanent deal this summer
Manchester United and Tottenham are also said to be interested in his services
Current Club: Tottenham Hotspur
This may seem like a left-field option, but Kieran Trippier would be the perfect replacement for Danny Simpson, 31, who looks certain to be moved on in the summer when his current Foxes contract expires.
Mauricio Pochettino's side may look to sell the 28-year-old, who he signed from Burnley in 2015. Trippier has underperformed in recent months and Spurs may look to cash in,
The England international could well be sold to make space for Crystal Palace wonderkid Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the Spurs starting XI
Current Club: Aston Villa
A fee of around £40m has been previously quoted by Aston Villa for the services of Jack Grealish
It would be wise for Leicester to make a move early as Spurs will no doubt come calling once again.
The Telegraph previously claimed that the Foxes were close to pulling off a move for the talented winger for around £11m last summer, but City were not keen on letting him go; instead sending him on-loan to Girona.
Current Club: Liverpool (on loan at Derby County)
Wilson is in red hot form for Derby and is one of the outstanding players currently plying their trade in the Championship. The Welshman recently took his tally up to 14 for the season with a brace in the Rams 3-3 draw with Brentford.
The 22-year-old was a target for Rodgers when the Leicester manager was at Celtic, and he reportedly remains a target. The fact the Foxes boss likes to work and improve young players could be a factor in Wilson's decision, should he move to the King Power Stadium.
Liverpool are keen to allow Wilson to leave Anfield on loan and to a Premier League club next season, meaning a move to Leicester could happen.
Current Club: Swansea City
James nearly made the move to Leeds United on deadline day back in January, only for the deal to collapse.
The 20-year-old winger has caught many by surprise in south Wales, largely due to the fact that he was struggling for playing time when on-loan at Shrewsbury Town last season. He has been a revelation in past few months, scoring his first goal for Wales in March on his debut, whilst causing Manchester City's defence problems in the FA Cup at the Liberty Stadium.
Tottenham are also interested in the Welshman's services, with