There has been an incredible amount of talk this week about Arsenal's finances, prompted by their half-year report which was released on Monday - with one of the headline figures being the club's £120 million cash reserves.
This 'rainy day' money has only accelerated ongoing speculation about who the club may sign this summer to revive their flagging fortunes.
Celebrity fan Piers Morgan, a season ticket holder at the Emirates despite spending most of his time in the US, was asked earlier on Twitter by a follower who his three dream signings would be.
He was also asked to keep his response realistic.
So it's probably a surprise who he answered, although from our headline you will have figured it out already:
The three selected are fine players, and great choices; but hardly realistic. Chiellini is not going to leave Serie A champions and league leaders Juventus for Arsenal, while Luis Suarez certainly wouldn't leave Liverpool to move to Arsenal. (Surely he wouldn't?)
Out of the three the most realistic is Marouane Fellaini based on the fact he wants to move on this summer, but he has also said he wants to play Champions League football, something the Gunners are still not guaranteed.
What is interesting though is Morgan's selection of Suarez. A year ago there is no chance the Uruguayan would have been chosen in such a debate above his contemporaries.
It shows how Suarez has turned the attention back onto his football, is doing his talking on the pitch and is impressing, a surefire candidate for Footballer of the Year, having netted 18 league goals for Liverpool this season.
Would you take Suarez at Arsenal over any other striker?