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Top 5 Transfers That Should Happen This Summer

The transfer window for the new season will is now open. Many of the football clubs will be aiming to strengthen their squads by signing new players. There are also some players who are out of contract and should be signed for free by other teams. David Alaba has already agreed to join Real Madrid, Aguero had joined Barcelona while Wijnaldum and Donarruma have signed for PSG. These are the transfers that should happen;

1. Jadon Sancho to Manchester United

Jadon Sancho is one of the hottest properties in Europe right now. He has established himself among the best playmakers in the world. The Englishman formed a good partnership with Erling Haaland which helped Dortmund to book a Champions league spot. Manchester United are the long admirers of the winger and they are confident to sign him this summer. A move is likely to occur.

2. Harry Kane to Manchester City

Harry Kane has already hinted that he want to leave Tottenham Hotspurs. He was the top goal scorer in the past season. He has never won a trophy to his name. Manchester City are the favourites to snatch him.

3. Raphael Varane to Manchester United

Raphael Varane contract will expire in the coming season. He has said that he wanted to get a new challenge. Manchester United are keen to acquire a new centre back to partner Harry Maguire. Raphael Varane is likely to join Old Trafford.

4. Bernado Silva to Atletico Madrid

Bernado Silva has said that he would like to leave Manchester City this summer. Atletico Madrid and FC Barcelona are the admirers of the Portuguese winger. The player is likely to join the La Liga Champions.

5. Saul to Manchester United

Saul Niguez is pushing for a move to Manchester United. Manchester United need to strengthen their midfield and they will be desperate to get him.

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