The Upcoming Summer Transfer Window

The summer transfer window in the Premier League opened shortly after midnight rolled around on Thursday, promising to be a hectic summer for every club. Who will leave and who will arrive before the Premier League 2019/20 season gets underway on 10 August 2019? We decided to take a look at all the key players that will play a significant role during the summer transfer window and where they might end up before the Premier League season kicks off.

David De Gea

The number 1 Spaniard is currently stalling to sign a new contract with Manchester United and might be leaving the club on a free transfer sometime next summer. Manchester United have recently checked the availability of Jan Oblak from Atletico Madrid, so if Paris Saint-Germain or Juventus show interest in David De Gea, a deal can be made.

Paul Pogba

The midfielder from Manchester United is going to be the centre of attention during the summer transfer window this season. Real Madrid certainly wants the Frenchman on their side, and Pogba has done nothing to say that he won’t be leaving. Even though the club insists that the player is not for sale, a bit over £100 million might be able to tempt Manchester United to sell at the end.

Leroy Sane

The winger from Germany is a keen possibility for Bayern Munich to establish further their desire to rebuild the entire team, and even though Manchester City will not accept a bid from any club at the moment, the 23-year-old has grown quite frustrated when it comes to his statistics under Pep Guardiola. At the moment, a transfer back to the Bundesliga cannot be ruled out this summer.

Gareth Bale

It’s yet another long summer of doubt and uncertainty for the winger at Real Madrid. However, while Zinedine Zidane is preparing to offload Gareth Bale, his £600,000 a week salary is likely to scare most clubs from signing him. Gareth Bale is turning 30 in July, and therefore it’s a massive summer for the former player from Tottenham Hotspur, who might struggle to locate a brand-new club.

Joao Felix

Juventus, Manchester City, and Manchester United are trailing for the attacking midfielder from Benfica, who, at 19 years of age, is considered one of the biggest stars to emerge in the world of football. Benfica will not sell him at the moment. However, a bidding war is going to occur, and the player is likely to move them to a club that offers him the most.

Christian Eriksen

Manchester United and Real Madrid are both interested in signing Christian Eriksen, and both clubs are closely monitoring his situation with Tottenham as he has yet to sign a new contract. Christian Eriksen has a total of 12 months left on his current contract with Tottenham Hotspur, and the club needs to decide between cashing in now or go through the risk of losing him during next summer for nothing.