With the thrills and spills of the World Cup well underway it is easy to forget that clubs are also preparing for next season and the transfer window is heating up. With that in mind, we've taken a look at ten players, chewy Lewy aside, who are using the World Cup as their shop window.

Paul Pogba - The Juventus star is hot property at the minute and given his form over the last couple of seasons it is not a surprise. The player passed over for Raphael in the middle of the park at United has a market value of £60 million now and it seems both Chelsea and Real Madrid are willing to pay it. 

Memo Ochoa - Mexico's version of Jesus or indeed Gandalf is a free agent and a fair few clubs are keen on the star. After an excellent World Cup where he kept out Brazil and showed exactly what he could do against Holland, a dream move could well be on the cards. Arsenal and Liverpool are the mooted names.

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James Rodriguez - Pronounce his name however you want but there is one thing that cannot be altered - the boy is pure class and arguably the player of the tournament so far. He may well be plying his trade in a tax free haven at the minute but the so called big boys are sitting up and taking notice - and the Colombian knows it.

Thomas Vermaelen - He is deemed surplus to requirements at the Emirates and wants a top quality club to come in for him. Not only are Manchester United sniffing around but there are a couple of clubs on the continent who are keen and despite being a sub at Arsenal, Vermaelen may be about to trade up.

William Carvalho - Portugal May have disappointed but the Sporting Lisbon star did not. Chelsea and Manchester United are keen and Carvalho knows that this is the summer for his big move. Luckily for him, he was helped by a decent showing for his country.

Javier Hernandez - The Mexican forward is fed up with the 'super sub' tag he gets for both club and country and is looking for a move. After deciding that Old Trafford is not the place for him Hernandez has made no secret of the fact he is in the shop window. Given his ability to get the ball in the back of the net we don't expect that to be the case for long.

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Xherdan Shaqiri - The Switzerland star may be on his way out of the World Cup tonight but he will have left a long lasting impression, his hat trick not doing any harm at all to help his cause. A move has been mooted for a little while now and a couple of top Premier League clubs, including Liverpool, are keen on the creative star. Simply too good to be sitting on the bench.

Joel Campbell - The Arsenal star is shining for Costa Rica and is playing for his future. After impressing on loan last season, he now has the option of returning to Arsenal or seeking a move elsewhere and with the attitude and ability shown by the forward thus far, Arsenal might struggle to keep hold of him should they fail to guarantee first team football.

Serge Aurier - The Ivory Coast defender is angling for a move and has been heavily linked with Arsenal. His nation may have crashed and burned at the World Cup but Arsene Wenger is still keen and the Arsenal faithful would sign him in a heartbeat. They might have their work cut out however with Liverpool also now in the race for the star.

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Loic Remy - France are looking like they may actually doing something for the first time in a long while and Remy will want to capitalise on that. Newcastle is not where he wants to be for the up and coming season and with a couple big boys contemplating a move for him, the knockout rounds are an ideal stage to impress. A north London battle seems to be on the cards for the forward and what a spectacle that might be.

Who would be on your pre-season shopping list? Let us know in the comments below.