Manchester City are littered with world-class talent, but they will look to improve the squad even more this summer.
Pep Guardiola guided the blue half of Manchester to the Premier League title in his second season as manager.
If the club want to claim the trophy back-to-back and progress further than the quarter-finals in the Champions League, then they need the right playing personnel.
According to the Daily Star, City are planning to launch a British record £100m bid for Chelsea star Eden Hazard.
The playmaker, who has two years left on his current contract, is often linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge.
The London Evening Standard claims that the Belgium international is currently earning around £200,000 per week, but is sure to receive a big financial boost if he signs for City.
This season, Hazard scored 15 goals and created seven assists in all competitions, and netted the only goal of the game that earned Chelsea the FA Cup last weekend.
City fans would understandably be delighted with the arrival of Hazard, but not everyone is getting their hopes up.