Complex says: Honda began making a name for himself in the Champions League when he moved to CSKA in January, but it was rumored a substantial ego threatened his place in the Japan team. Bet they're glad they stuck with him. Honda's directness in front of goal made him hugely dangerous throughout the tournament, and he bagged three of his country's four goals. A wonderful free kick against Denmark was the pick.
Team that should buy him: Top managers take huge egos in stride these days, so Honda's attitude won't scare off too many big guns. If he saw CSKA as a stepping stone to a major European team, then it's worked quickly—and most sides will show an interest. AC Milan could look to freshen their forward line, and it's reported one of their major sponsors could be smoothing the way for the transfer.