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Lisandro Martinez, Ajax

Stakeholders seem to have turned their attention to Dutch centre-back partners as Jurrien Timber is more likely to stay in Ajax. Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United are all linked to Lisandro Martinez.

The Argentines were the best defenders in Eredivisie last season. His death is extraordinary. Martinez recorded 92.4 passes per 90 minutes last season. This is more than any other player in this category, with a pass success rate of 88.9%, ranking sixth in the league. In addition, his tally of accurate long balls of 6.1 per 90 minutes was the fifth best of all outfielders in Eredivisie.

Martinez helps Ajax hold the ball and move it upfield as soon as possible. He also used the ball well, combining 4.5 tackles and passcuts every 90 minutes to actively take ownership of the side. Centre-backs on the left foot seem to be a priority for many clubs in the Premier League this summer. So it’s no wonder they are considering Martinez.

David Raum, Hoffenheim

Twelve months was a whirlwind for David Raum. After leaving Grüserfurt for Hoffenheim by free transfer last summer, inventory of left-wing bags has skyrocketed. Raum made its debut in Germany last September, but is now established as Hans-Dieter’s first choice. Hoffenheim needs to defeat their substantial interest in their valuable assets or make significant profits at the age of 24.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (90) and Filip Kostic (87) are the only fullbacks to achieve more key passes than Raum (83) in the top five European leagues last season, while Alexander-Arnold (12) is Germany. Register more assists than words (11).

Manchester United’s books include Luke Shaw and Alex Telles, but Raum’s caliber players will find it difficult to turn down. Meanwhile, Chelsea may lose Marcos Alonso and Emerson this summer, so they need another left back.

Evan Ndicka, Eintracht Frankfurt

Tottenham’s interest in the centre-back on the left is well known. So far, Pau Torres has emerged as their top target after an attempt to sign Alessandro Bastoni from Inter failed. If you miss the Villarreal and Spanish defenders, Evan Ndicka is a good choice. The 22-year-old Eintracht Frankfurt contract has only one year left, so it may be available at a lower price than the market price.

Only Nico Schlotterbeck received a higher rating than Ndicka in the Bundesliga last season, and the French were superior in both four and three backlines for the Europa League winner. He combined 108 tackles and passcuts, the 12th most common in the Bundesliga.

Ndicka also proved the threat in the last third of Eintracht, contributing directly to eight league goals and scoring four goals. He may not be a common name, but young people can shine under Antonio Conte.

Evan Ndicka and his Eintracht Frankfurt teammates celebrate after defeating West Ham in the Europa League semifinals. Photo: Alexander Scheuber / Uefa / Getty Images

Jonathan Clauss, Lens

After a slow start in the first League One campaign, Jonathan Claus swept the division between 2021 and 22. He was more directly involved in the lens’s 16 goals than any other full-back or wing-back in Europe’s top five leagues. His wonderful form on the side of Frank Hayes brought him his first call to France earlier this year.

Lens finished seventh in League One. So unless he goes ahead, he won’t play European football this season. Many of Europe’s topsides are believed to be interested in a 29-year-old child. Chelsea are reportedly monitoring his progress, but given the system played by Thomas Tuchel, this is not a big surprise.

Claus offers Reece James a solid competition for the spot on the right wingback, and in the absence of James, he will give Tuchel a quality choice for that role. If Klaus can play this summer, Chelsea shouldn’t miss the opportunity to sign him.

Lautaro Martinez, Inter

Tottenham has already signed with Fraser Forster, Ivan Perisic and Yves Bissouma, but they are keen to keep spending. Their move to Alessandro Bastoni seems lost for now, but they can return to Intel to take advantage of the club’s need to sell players.

Last summer, the Spurs reportedly agreed to forward Lautaro Martinez’s charges only for the unsuccessful move when Intel sold Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea. The Spurs may have the opportunity to rekindle the deal with Martinez as Inter is working on a deal to revive Lukaku and sign Paulo Dybala. Intel CEO Beppe Marotta said Martinez is “a key player in our plan,” but he could also be “forced to sell” them this summer. I admitted that there is.

Martinez took 3rd place in the Serie A attack last season (34), 4th in the combination of goals and assists (24) and 1st in ownership. He has also worked for Antonio Conte in the past. It takes a huge bid to convince Intel to sell Argentina International, but he’s perfect for Conté’s system.

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