Summer Transfers In 2017

In the last few months, there has been much talk about the upcoming transfers with many of them sparkling waves of confusion.

For example, Romelu Lukaku’s transfer from Everton to Manchester United wasn’t totally unexpected. We know how good Lukaku is, and his record last season was better than Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s. His signing probably means a major change in United’s formation/style.

But the news about WayneRooney’s transfer to Everton became more shocking. However, this is what might happens when top players unexpectedly find themselves on the same team.

Ross Barkley, Everton’s talented midfielder, is wanted by several clubs, but he will most likely land at either Manchester City or Tottenham. That will be a tough one to call.

Bournemouth’s defender Marc Wilson is targeted by Hull City, and furthermore on a permanent transfer. Will he agree?

Barcelona’s Neymar has reportedly confirmed to teammates that he will move to Paris Saint-Germain on a five-year deal. From PSG’s side, it might come with a financial pressure for them, and for that, they want to offer Angel di Maria in exchange. If Neymar leaves Barca, the Spanish team will fall short on top-notch stars, which raises some questions about his replacement.

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In other news, speculation mounts that Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez was offered a deal by Manchester City, which he will probably accept. City have also been active in monitoring Monaco’s Kylian Mbappe, which Pep Guardiola has indirectly denied.

Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho might join Barcelona if Jurgen Kopp agrees to sell the Brazilian play-maker. However, it might cause some difficulties for Klopp, and in this case, he might propose making a move for Borussia Dortmund’s Christian Pulisic.

Sunderland have eyed Bournemouth’s Max Gradel, while rejecting Turkish’s team Besiktas proposal for the Dutch midfielder Jeremain Lens.

Chelsea’s boss, Antonio Conte, said he wants to avoid a “Jose Mourinho season” alluding to the 2015-16’s campaign when Mourinho was sacked after the club was struggling in the Premier League. To avoid the same fate and boost Chelsea’s proficiency, the Italian will no doubt look to add more new faces before the window shuts!

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