This summer has been massively exciting in the soccer world. Soccer fans around the world have had the pleasure of watching both the European Championships as well the Copa America. A summer of international soccer is truly a special one, and every moment should be savoured.
Another exciting part of the summer in the world of soccer is the transfer window. Every year, the transfer window opens and clubs are free to negotiate with players about potential moves. The window usually sees many surprises, and life-changing moves occur. How a team manages their transfers can really decide how much success they may have in the following season. This year, there could be some massive transfers on the horizon. With several world class players announcing their desire to leave, some teams could really strengthen their squads with some of these additions.
Harry Kane announced prior to the end of the Premier League campaign that he would like to move on from Tottenham Hotspurs. This is understandable due to the poor form of the London side, largely down to managerial issues. But where is one of the best strikers in the world likely to head to? It’s said that Manchester City are the frontrunners to sign the Englishman. After all, their number nine position has been massively hindered following the departure of club legend Sergio Aguero. The deal is far from done though, other clubs such as Chelsea, Manchester United, and PSG may all also be interested in the forward.
Jack Grealish has been the talk of the last few transfer windows. It seems inevitable that he will at some stage leave Aston Villa. The creative midfielder is a special talent and has displayed it since gaining promotion with Villa. This season was a real breakthrough one for the Englishman. Although his talent was undeniable already, he really established himself as one of the best creative players in the Premier League. A number of top sides are likely to be on the hunt for Grealish this year, with both Manchester clubs looking the most likely to make a move.
There is no doubt in this one, Sergio Ramos leftg Real Madrid this summer, moving to PSG. Real Madrid announced the departure of their long serving defender and captain in June. Although moving towards the end of his career, Sergio Ramos is still very much one of the best defending talents in world soccer.
Another name that seemed to constantly come up in transfer talks is Jadon Sancho. The former Manchester City winger has been in phenomenal form since his move to Borussia Dortmund. The Englishman has secured a move back to the Premier League, with Manchester United the destination for the youngster.