With less than a quarter of the season to go in this Premier League campaign, the final table begins to take shape.
Manchester City is in the lead, but in the race for the title has only a point of advantage over Liverpool.
Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur seemed to be on the verge of the race for the title for so long that he was in the fight for the top four, with Arsenal just one point behind them and Manchester United and Chelsea close.
At the bottom, the future of Huddersfield Town and Fulham looks grim because they seem to get stuck in the relegation zone. Cardiff City occupies the final place to drop, but is located at a safe distance from Southampton and Burnley just two points ahead.
The plans for the summer have already begun and it is expected that this will be a temporary break for Tottenham, with the club apparently ready to accept the departure of Christian Eriksen.
The Danish contract will expire at the end of the next season and according to the Daily Mail, Spurs sells it and does not allow it to leave for free.
When Toby Alderweireld goes on the road, Tottenham targets the left back, the center defender and the center forward in the summer when they want to add five new faces.
Jack Grealish, Jarrod Bowen and Wilfried Zaha are names related to the North Londoners, though they are afraid that Zaha may be out of their reach.
In North London, Arsenal is interested in moving to Celran & # 39; s Kieran Tierney according to The Mirror.
The report claims that Unai Emery identified the 21-year-old as a potential solution to Arsenal's problems on the left.
But Leicester is also interested in Tierney, because Lisa expect Manchester City to move for Ben Chilwell.
Oddly enough, Arsenal's chances of signing a Tierney deal could be increased by the presence of former Celtic chief Brendan Rodgers in Leicester. The young man potentially put off his cooperation with Rodgers after the reaction he received for leaving Glasgow in the season.
Meanwhile, Chelsea will have to pay 50 million euros (42.7 million pounds) to get Mateo Kovacic to move permanently this summer.
Real Madrid will gladly raise funds this summer because they are planning a huge – and expensive – renovation of their manager returning from Zinedine Zidane.
According to Spanish publication El Confidencial, Los Blancos hit 50 million euros in Kovacica, and James Rodriguez, whose two-year loan agreement with Bayern expires at the end of this season.
Gareth Bale could be the next player on his way from Bernabeu, and his agent admitted to the BBC Radio 5 Live & # 39; s Football Daily that Zidane's return could mean the end of Welsh time in Madrid.
"I want to play all my career for Real Madrid, and if it fails, we'll talk again," said Jonathan Barnett, agent Bale.
"He will talk to you [Zinedine] Zidane, take it from there and see at the end of the season. "
Another club planning this type of renovation this summer is Huddersfield Town, and the terriers look for championships.
After just eight games, Huddersfield has 16 points in terms of security, and Jan Siewert admitted that the club may experience wholesale changes after reopening the transfer window.
Before this weekend's meeting with West Ham, Germany told Sky Sports: "We have a long-term idea and there will be many changes."