3 – Hakim Ziyech
Since Adam Lallana left Southampton, they have been crying out for a goalscoring attacking midfielder (even one with a recordable output at that). But given Koeman’s knowledge and tendency to dip into the Eredivisie market, that problem may well be solved in the form of Hakim Ziyech. The FC Twente man has registered 17 goals in 30 appearances this season, beating his impressive tally of 11 the season before. But his talent doesn’t just stop with goalscoring, as Ziyech has created 83 chances for his teammates this season, with 10 resulting in goals. That means that in just 30 appearances, Ziyech has been directly involved in 27 goals for FC Twente.