3. Julian Draxler (PSG)
Paris St-Germain clearly have one of the most impressive squads in world football.
Since moving to PSG in 2017, Julian Draxler has had a mixed time of it. In and out of the side and sometimes struggling with form, the Germany international has still yet to cement himself as a guaranteed starter in the middle of the park for the Ligue 1 champions.
To highlight Draxler's plight, he's now up against Marco Veratti, Ander Herrera, Idrissa Gueye, Pablo Sarabia, Leandro Paredes and Angel Di Maria when it comes to a central midfield spot. If the former Wolfsburg man is maybe looking at a place on the wing, that also is a tricky situation as he'll find himself competing against Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
Last season did actually see Draxler start 22 league games for PSG, although this summer might be the prime time for a move back to his homeland for the player.
Going back to last summer, and the attacking midfielder admitted he'd be open to a move to Bayern Munich should an offer come in from the Bavarian club. With an up and down season under his belt since then, now would be a great time for Bayern to look at bringing in the technically gifted Draxler.