There will always be the talk of who’s getting transferred every season of any leagues, especially now that the European Premier League is on-going. Currently, there are already strong rumors about who’s moving and who is likely to get kicked due to performances this season.
We have a few names and a few teams on the list and you may find some of the choices a bit obvious. Though there’s nothing official about any of these, many football fans are already on the lookout as this could affect how they watch the next matches and how they place their bets.
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Punters who take betting seriously always need to be updated on what’s happening in the team they are supporting. This is why even if all we have about transfers right now are still a bunch of hunches or just rumors, it’s worth knowing about.
Starting with Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is vocal about having to get rid of the flops of this season. Names like Jesse Lingard and Andreas Pereira are on his list. Pereira, in particular, is known to be trying really hard but is failing to stick up there.
Selling players would also mean that the league will have riches to get new members and some are saying that the league might pay for Aston Villa’s mainstay, Jack Grealish. It also seems like Manchester United is looking to get Gent’s Jonathan David.
David de Gea may have to head to Real Madrid after Thibaut Courtois’ performance against Manchester City last week. The transfer of Timo Werner is also making a bit of fuss. If Manchester United wants him, the league will definitely need to spend quite a lot. Liverpool is still looking like the favorite to have him signed, but so is Munich who might get him to replace Roberto Firmino. Firmino, on the other hand, maybe partnered with Robert Lewandowski by FC Hollywood.
The Red Devils will need a new goalkeeper, that’s likely. The club has been attempting to get players like from the Turkish team, Trabzonspur’s Ugurcan Cakir. However, he rejected the bid worth £11 million.
Real Madrid is said to be aiming to cash in Gareth Bale and Mohamed Salah. However, it would really cost a lot to sign Salah out of Liverpool as his fee is said to cost at least £100 million.
Chelsea’s manager, Frank Lampard, is also keen to offload flops this season and so far, there seem to be eight of them. The summer clear out includes Kepa Arrizabalaga, Jorginho, Willian, Pedro, Ross Barkley, Marcos Alfonso, Kurt Zouma, and Emerson.
It does appear unlikely that all eight of them will be released from the team but Lampard has plans for a squad overhaul which will require the purchase of several replacements who will join Hakim Ziyech, Ajax’ winger.
Leicester’s Ben Chilwell also remains to be a target of the team. Let’s also not forget that Chelsea also tried to sign Wilfried Zaha and Moussa Dembele in January and failed. It’s not impossible that Chelsea would try to sign them again this summer.
There are also rumors that Lampard may attempt a swap deal that would see Atletico Madrid’s goalkeeper Jan Oblak move to London with Kepa going to the other team. Dembele’s teammate Houssem Aouar appears to be available for the team too.
Aouar’s impressive game with Juventus is a good reason for Chelsea to be interested. He had nine goals and seven assists on this season alone. With that, Chelsea may have a hard time getting him as for sure, many will be courting the player to join their team.
Aside from Aouar, Lampard also appears to be interested in signing RB Leipzig’s center-half, Dayot Upamecano. Meanwhile, Manchester City has already expressed its interest in Mason Holgate. He is a potential solution to their ongoing personnel problems at the center-back. Holgate is versatile and can also be a right-back or a defensive midfielder.
All of these are still speculations and rumors as of the moment. No manager or team members have spoked and confirmed anything about it. For now, we still have to wait until next summer to really see who will be making a move and who will stay despite their performances this season.
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