With transfer fees rising up to hundreds of millions these days, the definition of a good bargain has changed drastically. Manchester United, Chelsea and Barcelona are three clubs who have similar spending habits in these high spending times and they would consider a signing below the price of £40 million a great deal, especially in a position where they needed some recruitment.

France start this tournaments as strong favourites, and the likes of Anthony Martial, Antoine Griezmann, Olivier Giroud and Paul Pogba will look to give this traditional footballing powerhouse reason to cheer after their preparations for Euro 2016 were overshadowed by terror attacks, racism rows and player controversies.