The English Premier League has been attracting the best players from all over the world to play for its clubs since its inception. It has been arguably the most entertaining of all the football leagues played in Europe and there is no shortage of big-money spending clubs in it.
Clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City have all been in the business of bringing in the best talents from all over the globe into their ranks. This is evident from the arrival of Paul Pogba to Manchester United last season for a whopping £89 million, which is considered to be the biggest transfer fee ever paid by any club in order to secure the services of a player. The other big name clubs also splash big money in order to procure players for their teams in every season.
The current season of Premier League is in its final month for this year, and it is again time for the transfer window to open in a few days time. As usual, it is going to be a busy summer for all the clubs, who will try and win their ideal candidate to strengthen their team in the next season. Some of the biggest names in the world of football will be under the hammer, out of which three probable players to adorn the Premier League with their presence in the next season are as followed-
The French superstar has been linked with the big name clubs from all over Europe including clubs like Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea from the Premier League. The Red Devils have been on his trail for quite a long time, trying to lure him into their side. However, his current club Atletico Madrid are reportedly ready to offer the French forward a new improved deal to make him stay back at Vicente Calderon for some more time.
Recent reports suggest that the Brazilian superstar might be on the move this summer, Old Trafford being his probable destination. His teammates at current club Barcelona, as per sources, are unhappy with him. Reportedly, Manchester United are also ready to meet the £170 million release clause put on him by the Catalan club.
One of the most famous reunions in the history of Premier League football might be on the cards with rumours suggesting the return of the prodigal son, Cristiano Ronaldo, to Manchester United. However, current United manager Jose Mourinho’s bad relationship with him can play spoilsport in the deal materialising.
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