European transfer market is open for players to move from one club to another. This is a tough period for managers and owners because money can easily steal a great player. For Instance, AS Roma fans were bragging about their great goalkeeper Alisson a few weeks ago but now he is a Liverpool player. Real Madrid fans begged Cristiano Ronaldo to stay after helping them lift UEFA Champions League but now he belongs Juventus. There is still time for more deals to be done. It is the reason why we want to look at five deals likely to break the internet once they happen soon.
5.Harry Maguire to Man United
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) July 23, 2018
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho must sell one defender before he decides to pay £65million to sign Harry Maguire. The English defender shined in Russia World Cup this summer to help his country reach the semi-finals. Leicester City will not let him leave cheaply but the Red Devils can pay any fee if they want the player. Marcos Rojo is reportedly the defender likely to be sold this summer.
4. Gonzalo Higuain to Chelsea
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Higuaín will surely leave Juventus for a transfer fee of around €60m.
Milan already contacted Juve for him but Chelsea are front-runners by a distance for Pipita as Sarri would want to reunite with him and Abramovich unconditionally trusts in him. pic.twitter.com/kcsJL2NPK5
— Arjun Pradeep (@IndianRegista) July 23, 2018
Chelsea is reportedly close to sealing the transfer of Gonzalo Higuain from Juventus. The 30-year-old Argentine forward worked with the new Blues boss Maurizio Sarri at Napoli. The deal is understood to be worth €60m. This means Alvaro Morata, Michy Butshuayi and Olivier Giroud might be forced to look for new clubs this summer.
3. Anthony Martial to Chelsea or Bayern
— Eurosport UK (@Eurosport_UK) July 22, 2018
Chelsea is preparing a bid for Manchester United forward Anthony Martial if they lose Eden Hazard and Willian to Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively. According to credible sources, Jose Mourinho will be willing to let the Frenchman leave this summer to create space for the arrival of Ivan Rakitic from Inter Milan. The player also wants to leave to re-ignite his career after two years of stagnation. He was left out of France World Cup squad by Didier Deschamps and his colleagues went on to lift the crown in Russia. Bayern Munich is also interested in the winger and they could compete with the London giants.