Manchester City has been linked with a number of high-profile players from around the world, and with legendary striker Sergio Aguero leaving on a free transfer at the end of the campaign, many are expecting the club to strengthen significantly this summer.
City is looking to add at least three new players to keep up with the pace many teams will bring next season. They are looking to Sign Kane to replace Aguero and Grealish to bring that attacking midfield play.
Chelsea's possible 2021-22 XI with all three potential signings included. So, assuming Tuchel spends his £200 million budget on Haaland, Rice, and Hakimi, what might Chelsea’s XI look like with all three players included next season?
The transfer window is now in full swing and Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel, alongside transfer guru Marina Granovskaia, is working hard to put his plans in place in the hope of adding new players to his squad this summer.
So far, departures have dominated the Blues' business, with a number of faces having exited Stamford Bridge. Perhaps frustratingly, however, Tuchel's wait for his first signing as Chelsea boss goes on.
The German is believed to be keen on bolstering his squad with at least three new additions this summer, with Borussia Dortmund ace Erling Haaland the club's top target.
There's been a lot of talks recently about how most clubs will struggle to complete any big-money deals in this summer's transfer market Paris Saint-Germain aren't 'most clubs'.
CHELSEA look set to miss out on Achraf Hakimi as he has agreed personal terms with Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports.
Now PSG must agree a fee with Inter Milan, having previously had an offer worth £56million rejected by the Serie A champions.
The French side are expected to bid €70m [£60m], including add ons, to confirm the deal, per Fabrizio Romano.
Hakimi could become PSG's third arrival of the summer, following in the footsteps of Georginio Wijnaldum and Danilo Pereira, whose loan was made permanent.
For all the stick and speculation Ronald Koeman has had to endure over the course of the past few months, it really hasn't been the completely calamitous campaign that so many have branded it for Barcelona.
As per reliable Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona are on the verge of signing Eric Garcia, Memphis Depay and Sergio Aguero on free transfers.
Gianluigi Donnarumma, whose contract at AC Milan expires in June, has also been linked with a move to Camp Nou.
Even though is rather unlikely to end up in Catalonia this summer, let's take a look at what Barca could look like in the 2021/22 season with all five players on board.
Arsenal fans will be hopeful of a successful summer transfer window after two disappointing Premier League seasons.
It's back-to-back eighth-placed finishes for the Gunners, only the most recent one has not been softened by winning the FA Cup which means they will not be playing in Europe this season.
Manchester United have all eyes focused on the transfer window ahead of what is set to be a busy period for the club.
While 2020-21 season saw Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side make progress, the campaign ultimately ended in disappointment with the Europa League final defeat by Villarreal.
The European Championship this summer means fans itching for action to watch will not be disappointed but it does complicate matters for United in the market.
Solskjaer has his shortlist for his three main targets this summer, consisting of Real Madrid's Raphael Varane, West Ham's Declan Rice and Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho.
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