Real Madrid sealed their fourth Champions League title in five years this weekend, beating a luckless Liverpool side 3-1 after a brace of goalkeeping errors from Loris Karius and an internet-breaking wonder-goal by Gareth Bale.
It's hard to think of any transfer acquisitions that could realistically improve the Galacticos' globe-trotting line-up. As well as arguably the greatest player in the world in Cristiano Ronaldo, they also boast two of the game's leading centre-halves and the best central midfield triumvirate since Guardiola's Barcelona.
Fortunately, with the sole exception of Lionel Messi, Real pretty much have their pick of players in and outside of Spain. If they set their sights on signing the star of this summer's World Cup, odds are (again, presuming it's not the Argentina number 10) they will end up getting their man.
So, with that mind, let's take a look at some of the players who could be heading for the Spanish capital over the coming transfer window (and be warned: this may make for particularly unpleasant reading if you happen to support one of the top sides in the Premier League).