9. Yossi Benayoun (Chelsea)
It was under Rafael Benitez that Yossi Benayoun found some of the best form of his career at Liverpool. The Spaniard also seemed keen to give the Israeli a chance during his short spell as Chelsea manager this season, though a recent lack of games and injury problems mean his fitness is not what it was. A switch to the slower pace of Serie A could be a good move for the former West Ham star, and he would add depth and provide a decent alternative to Marek Hamsik behind Napoli’s front two.