As the 2020/2021 season is set to be completed this weekend for major European leagues like the English premier league, teams have started scouting key players to add to their squads for the 2021/2022 competitions.
Besides looking for possible additions to squads, the teams are considering players who need to be sold and other players their contracts are expiring.
Chelsea have shown interest in signing Maxence Lacroix from Wolfsburg.The 21-year-old has been a major hit in his first campaign in the Bundesliga, making 28 starts and one substitute outing for the Champions-League-chasing outfit.
While the report suggests that Wolfsburg want to retain the services of the Frenchman, it says that they may be tempted into selling the centre-back for £26m.
Manchester United are keen to land Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane at Old Trafford to help in the striking force of the team.
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