Julian Draxler (Paris Saint-Germain)
The German is one of the top players in his position in all of football, but currently plays on a PSG squad with a crowded front line. Kylian Mbappé and Neymar are the preferred wingers for Les Parisiens and that will not change anytime soon. Draxler showed his quality and leadership skills in last summer’s Confederations Cup where he captained Germany to a first-place finish, and has long been a renowned winger since his Bundesliga days. He’s still only 24 and is known for his smart passes, accurate crosses, and mind-boggling dribbling skills – all traits that make him a major attacking threat who can both score and assist. The only knock with Draxler is that he rarely contributes defensively, which is the same knock critics have on Suso. Having two wingers with a low defensive work rate wouldn’t be ideal, but perhaps a change in scenery would motivate Draxler even more. The German will likely feature for his national side in this summer’s World Cup, which will make even more teams interested in his services. Draxler is an unrealistic option due to what should be an expensive transfer fee and wages, but he is the best option available.