With transfer deadline day upon us, there are a handful of players with their eyes on the exit door before the window slams shut. The likes of Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham all have stars who have been largely sidelined
It has been a quiet transfer window this year with the coronavirus pandemic still proving it difficult to pull of mega deals.
And it has had a knock-on effect for players who have their eyes on the exit door after stagnating at their current clubs.
Teams are afraid to lose stars in the market with their valuations already taking a toll.
Even if they do not fit into their current squads, club chiefs do not want to risk damaging their efforts ahead of the rest of the season.
But who should leave for the betterment of their own careers with time running out?
There is no player right now in the Premier League that needs to leave their club more than Dele Alli right now.
The Englishman has been frozen out of the Tottenham side this season under Jose Mourinho and does not appear to be in his plans whatsoever.
It has left the 24-year-old to stagnate and ahead of the European Championships this summer, Alli must go to stand any chance of making the squad.
At his best, the MK Dons star can change a game on his own but has seen his form disappear after losing confidence – a move away would suit all parties.
A host of Premier League clubs are keen on landing Ainsley Maitland-Niles after he asked to leave Arsenal for the rest of the season.
What his long-term future has in store remains to be seen but, much like Alli, his sights are set on the summer with England at the Euros.
A poor display against Crystal Palace earlier this month was enough for Mikel Arteta to lose trust in the versatile midfielder.
And a transfer to another club would be best for the 23-year-old, who could do with a change of scenery.
The Swiss international proved against West Ham he can play a role this season after a stunning assist for Mohamed Salah.
But after Curtis Jones jumped ahead of him in the pecking order, Xherdan Shaqiri could do with a move away.
He possesses great ability and could be a star player for a lower-league club or a team in Europe, but Jurgen Klopp would not like the idea of losing a member of his squad.
Regardless, Shaqiri is not a young man anymore and at 29, is in his prime, and deserves to be a regular starter somewhere.
Sergio Romero was absolutely fuming after being denied the chance to leave Manchester United in the summer.
Dean Henderson is now second-choice despite the Argentine proving himself more than worthy after a number of fine displays in the Europa League and various cup matches.
A January transfer was mooted but that has failed to materialise so far, despite the goalkeeper desperate to depart.
The United States could be a destination as well as his home country back in Argentina, but regardless of what happens, Romero at 33 is more than deserving of a starting position somewhere.
Perhaps most puzzling of all transfers has been the downfall of Kepa Arrizabalaga at Chelsea.
After being signed for £72m, he had a decent first campaign under Maurizio Sarri but Frank Lampard’s arrival saw his form plummet and he has been turned into a laughing stock.
A series of shocking mistakes and just genuinely poor goalkeeping has seen him lose his first-team spot to Edouard Mendy and even Thomas Tuchel has been afraid to put him back in the net.
For his own sake, Kepa could do with a move away to get his confidence back, and at 26 his career is certainly not over.