From Eriksen to Ebioway: Move Targets to Watch Carefully This Summer | Transfer Window

Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City)

After playing primarily the second fiddle at Etihad for five years, the Brazilian striker may move forward with the arrival of the Arling Blaut. Jesus has a contract period of only 12 months and is affiliated with Premier League clubs such as Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle. Mikel Arteta’s team seems to be a strong candidate, but the 25-year-old was able to determine his future abroad. Mikel is interested in players who have four Premier League championship medals.

Calvin Bassey (Rangers)

Nigeria’s heroic performance in his club’s run to the Europa League final last season means he is a wanted man. Aston Villa and the wolf are believed to have discussed potential moves, but the Rangers may want £ 30 million for a versatile defender who has learned to play futsal in eastern London. Meanwhile, Joe Aribo and Ryan Kent may also be on their way from Ibrox to Crystal Palace and Leeds, respectively.

Calvin Bassey played a major role in the Rangers’ advance to the Europa League finals. Photo: Andy Buchanan / AFP / Getty Images

Frenkie de Jong (Barcelona)

Elegant Dutch International has been designated by Eric Ten Hag as the perfect fit for both parties as the man who can transform Manchester United’s midfield and reunite with his former Ajax coach. .. Donny van de Beek could also benefit from being with his old teammates at Old Trafford, but United has a two-year contract with Barcelona for € 100 million. Willing to meet the asking price of.

Youri Tielemans (Lester)

The midfielder is believed to be leading the race for Arsenal to sign him and has proved to be one of the best players in his position in the Premier League in the last few seasons. Tielemans declined some offers for a new contract, admitting that it may be a good time for him to leave his contract for a year and move on. “Of course, you need to listen to other occasions, you have to look at your career, and sometimes you have to make choices,” he said. “Maybe one will come my way.”

Youri Tielemans on Leicester's Ball
Leicester Belgian midfielder Youri Tielemans said this might be a good time to move. Photo: Oli Scarff / AFP / Getty Images

Christian Eriksen (Brentford)

Brentford’s desire to persuade him to stay in the Danish midfielder is likely to be shattered, and Eriksen is drawing attention from elsewhere in the Premier League. Manchester United and Tottenham are believed to have discussed potential moves this week, and the Spurs were instructed to snap players who scored 51 goals in 226 league appearances.

Gareth Bale (Free Agent)

The 32-year-old, who won 16 trophies including five Champions Leagues while in Real Madrid, admitted this week that the next club’s criteria are “to be honest, I don’t know if it will make a big difference.” I did. “. Veil’s only priority is to be in good shape for Wales at the World Cup, and while there are rumors of a favorable deal in MLS, Cardiff’s short-term move to the championship side is to both parties. May be suitable.

Gareth Bale: Wales, Golf, Cardiff? Photo: Harriet Lander / Copa / Getty Images

Malcolm Ebioway (Derby)

Anyone who sees a great documentary about South London players on BT Sport will recognize Ebioway, who was released from Arsenal’s academy before moving to Rangers and then Derby. Forward played only 16 times on Wayne Rooney’s team last season, but his talent has drawn particular attention to Crystal Palace and Manchester United, and the exciting 18-year-old has returned to the Premier League. there’s a possibility that.

Djed Spence (Middlesbrough)

“Croydon Kafu” was an important part of the Nottingham Forest promotion campaign, which was excellent in financing from Middlesbrough. Steve Cooper wants to sign Spence, who signed the New Deal with Boro until 2024 last year, with a permanent contract, but accepts the defeat if Tottenham’s long-standing pursuit is fulfilled as expected. You may be forced to. He is expected to cost around £ 20m for breaking into a team under the age of 21 in England.

Djed Spence
Djed Spence was active in Nottingham Forest and spent the last season on a loan. Photo: MI News / NurPhoto / Shutterstock

Sven Botman (Reel)

Newcastle’s Dutch Defender chase is one of the saga’s in the transfer window in January, and five months later, his future doesn’t seem to be close to resolution. Botman wants to join Milan. The problem is that the Italian champion is still not comparable to Newcastle’s € 30 million offer and Lille is withholding its asking price at the age of 22.

Junior Adam (Red Bull Salzburg)

Christopher Nkunku will stay in RB Leipzig for another season after signing a favorable new deal with a £ 50 million release clause starting next summer, while sister club Red Bull Salzburg is in Austria’s forwards. You may invest in an Adam. West Ham, Leeds and Southampton have been associated with a 21-year-old player who played against Bayern Munich in the Champions League last season and can play an active role as a main striker or wide.

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