The season was set up for a breathtaking finale, and went out with a bang with Manchester City crowned champions; but as the fireworks are lit and the smoke settles from the final day, the focus will be on the structure of teams for the upcoming season.
Let's take a look at what should happen and why...
Liverpool have looked shaky when hit with injuries due to the lack of depth in the squad and this will certainly ring alarm bells in Brendan Rodgers' head. Fresh, young talent may be on the menu for the Anfield club in the summer to provide that much needed backup. A move for Jesé Rodríguez or Cristian Tello wouldn't go amiss. These may not be the big money signings they were hoping for, but let's not go for Ronaldo or Messi quite yet.
With Ashley Cole making a move in the summer, Chelsea will need to make reinforcements. Young blood would be nice and a signing like Raphael Varane from Real Madrid would get the fans jumping. The Blues will be looking to loan out Romelu Lukaku once again for no reason whatsoever, so a new striker would be needed. Chelsea should be looking to sign the likes of Edinson Cavani and Diego Costa in the summer.
Manchester City only have one world class centre-back at the minute. Kyriakos Papadopoulos has looked decent for some time, so City should be ready to shell out to secure his services next season. Marquinhos would also look dashing in a blue kit too. If all else fails, the club may have to dip into their, dare I say it, youth team.
Finally, we arrive at Manchester United. I don't think Toni Kroos will arrive at Old Trafford any time soon. It will be difficult for the team to find any world class talent to join without throwing out stacks of money. That said, the Glazers are known for that sort of thing, so I still think some players can come their way. Cesc Fabregas would be a nice signing and would suit a team who suffer from a broken midfield, but would he be willing to leave for Manchester? Probably not. United are the Titanic, and Phil Jones is Leonardo DiCaprio (except not nearly as charismatic).