The transfer window will officially open this week. We will look at 50 possible transfers this summer.
Kane’s future is once again under the spotlight following a season in which he scored 30 Premier League goals but Tottenham struggled. Kane is desired by Man Utd, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich, all of which are in need of a striker. However, a transfer to United is becoming less probable. He is not wanted by Tottenham, particularly not by a Premier League opponent.
The England international is headed to Real Madrid as his outstanding breakthrough run at Borussia Dortmund draws to a close. The prospects of Liverpool and a number of other teams acquiring Bellingham’s services are all but gone now that the 14-time European winners have reached an agreement in principle to bring him to the Bernabeu.
Even though the Germany star played a key role in Manchester City’s triple victory, his contract is about to expire. Although there have been continuing discussions about a contract extension, Arsenal and Barcelona have expressed interest in signing him for nothing.
Due to the failure of his loan to Bayern Munich, the full-back is currently returning to Manchester City, where he is also not expected to play. Could he be the newest of the possible transfers to leave the Eithad for the Emirates, especially with Arsenal showing interest?
The third-most expensive football player ever is a shell of the guy Barcelona paid a record amount to acquire from Liverpool in 2018. The 31-year-old’s career seems to be at a crossroads as he now also looks to be unnecessary at Aston Villa.
Along with Bellingham and Kylian Mbappe, the left-back for Bayern Munich is one of the three possible transfers that Real Madrid is attempting to buy this summer. He has been essential to Bayern, so it will be fascinating to watch how that develops.
David De Gea
De Gea’s current contract is slated to expire on June 30, making him a free agent in less than two weeks. De Gea’s future is uncertain since Manchester United is considering a move for David Raya of Brentford even though they have the option to extend the contract by an additional year and are in discussions about a lengthier term.
When his contract with Liverpool expires next month, the Brazilian attacker will leave the club, but where will Firmino be going? The Spanish champions Real Madrid seem to have the most admirers, but with Harry Kane and Kylian Mbappe as the other possible transfers, it’s possible that they have other priorities.
The Chelsea midfielder’s contract expires this summer, and a deal to join Al Ittihad in Saudi Arabia is almost finalised, putting him in line for a large salary there. At the Saudi champions, the 32-year-old World Cup winner from France would team up with fellow countryman Karim Benzema.
Aubameyang’s tenure at Chelsea has not gone as expected, with only one Premier League goal and three overall last season. He has been informed that Barcelona is interested in him for a comeback but that he is not included in the club’s future plans. Four teams from Saudi Arabia are also highly interested, though, and the money being offered could be too much to pass up.
The best teams in Europe have taken notice of Diaby after four successful seasons with Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga. Over the past several transfer windows, the 23-year-old has been connected with a number of elite Premier League teams, including Newcastle and Arsenal, who can now offer Champions League to potential signings.
One of Leicester’s top players is the winger, and the team will consider any offers for him if they are relegated. Numerous Premier League teams have long held him in high regard, and those searching for a new left winger are sure to show interest in him as one of the possible transfers.
Balogun, who is under contract with Arsenal through the 2025 summer, might be the solution to the Gunners’ search for a true center-forward. The question now is if Mikel Arteta can incorporate the promising 21-year-old into his title-hunting team after he recently scored 21 goals while on loan at Reims in Ligue 1.
The wing-back for Manchester United has had a fantastic year, but her contract expires this summer. She is rumoured to be moving back to her home Spain, with Barcelona reportedly showing interest. Marc Skinner will have the onerous chore of finding a successor.
One of the most desired players in the summer transfer window is the master of midfield for Brighton. The Ecuadorian international, who is anticipated to leave Brighton alongside Alexis Mac Allister, is rumoured to have interest from Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United.
Although there has been a lot of interest in the WSL Golden Glove winner, custodian Earps’ deal has allegedly been activated by Manchester United. The England No. 1 might be moving, but for the foreseeable future, her focus will be on the Women’s World Cup.
Another player at West Ham whose contract has expired. The WSL’s most prolific clearance maker with 90, defender Fisk was one of the Hammers’ star performers last season and is on the list of possible transfers from both domestic and international teams.
Kyogo was the driving force behind Celtic’s historic 2022–23 campaign. He scored 27 league goals as Celtic completed a domestic triple and won the PFA Scotland and SFWA Player of the Year trophies. Success for the Celts draws attention. Ange Postecoglou has been linked to reuniting with his previous employer in N17 after Tottenham hired him as their new manager.
After Leeds United was demoted to the Championship, Premier League teams began to swarm Elland Road. Most likely at the top of the list of intriguing candidates would be Harrison. He nearly signed with Leicester in January, and Tottenham was interested in him in 2022.
With nine goals and 11 assists in all competitions, Hatate was one of Celtic’s top Scottish Premiership performers in the previous season. Is now Reo’s moment to consider moving on, with Ange Postecoglou having already left Parkhead and fellow countryman Kyogo Furuhashi said to be following him?
The Brazilian attacker is garnering interest in Europe and has shot to the top of the NWSL scoring lists. Kerolin, who is currently under contract with the North Carolina Courage, is apparently garnering interest from Chelsea and Manchester United. However, given that her deal runs until 2025, a hefty transfer price would be required to entice Kerolin to the WSL.
Kovacic’s time at Chelsea looks to be drawing to an end after five seasons in West London, as the player hinted while on international duty. Although Manchester City and Chelsea have had preliminary discussions about signing him, no formal offer has yet been made.
Another England goalkeeper’s contract expires this summer. Despite having a challenging season, Hampton displayed her finest performance since the beginning of the year. You shouldn’t be shocked if a star player from the WSL bids on the Aston Villa custodian.
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