Big Transfers that can happen this summer
We are back to the roller coaster phase again, with the summer transfer window approaching, Here are some big transfers that can happen this summer.
It is a constant fear set in the minds of Old Trafford bosses that time has come for 30-year-old England captain Wayne Rooney to hang his boots and moan in front of a TV audience about how things were good when he was better. Rumours are they have been looking to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a replacement. Yes, the Swedish International is older than Rooney but on the other hand he has been banging in goals left, right, and centre in Ligue 1 for 4 years on the trot. The only obstacles United face are from league rivals Arsenal and Chelsea who are rumoured to be interested in the striker as well.
Paris Saint-Germain, meanwhile have their eyes set on Rosario winger Giovani Le Celso, who is tipped by some to be the next Angel Di Maria. But Internazionale, Chelsea, and Borussia Dortmund are also planning to lure the teenager their way.
Jürgen Klopp has been his time in charge examining the players at his disposal and knows he has lots of clever trading to do in the summer as the expectations among Liverpool are rising. The good news for Christian Benteke is that the Belgian might soon end his frustrating spell at Liverpool and head to Rome in a swap deal for midfielder Leandro Paredes. Klopp will also attempt to entice Mario Gotze, who shredded his heart into pieces when he left Borussia Dortmund for Bayern Munich. But Arsenal is already in the race to sign Gotze and will provide tough competition.
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Mueller has already hinted that Gotze could Leave club.
Gotze has only made one Bundesliga appearance in 2016 for Bayern Munich.
Pep Guardiola’s bid for a title challenge, meanwhile will start with an attempt to sign Real Madrid midfielder Isco. Everton and Stoke are eager to sign Leeds United hot prospect Lewis Cook, leaving Massimo Cellino to make the decision. And from West Bromwich Albion, if Tony Pulis is set to stay at the club he may please himself by making a bid for the Werder Bremen midfielder Florian Grillitsch, who’s wanted by Palace. And Aston Villa is already rallying troops for their promotion battle next season with the appointment of Gary Monk.
We will keep you updated with the latest transfers throughout the season.
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