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As we know the transfer market is only going up. In every transfer window, transfer market sets a new record. Gone are the days when Summer transfer window used to be the talent grabbing and hiring one or two subs in winter used to be a norm. it’s difficult to differentiate the spending of the clubs in summer or winter now, but yes summer hiring spree gives the clubs a lot more room to accommodate players. Today we are going to reveal the top 10 transfers which will take place in 2018/19 summer transfer window:

Neymar Jr

Neymar,PSG,Real Madrid

Paris Saint-Germain forward is not enjoying is his life in Paris. The former Barcelona man has already told about his unhappiness. He doesn’t like the prospect of playing in Ligue 1. It’s not competitive as per his standards and PSG’s role in European competition is limited to reaching last 16 stage. It doesn’t give him much room to show his talent to the world. Real Madrid is trying to convince the player to make a move to Santiago Bernabeu, but there are Premier League clubs like Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea who are competing for him as well.

His friends from Barcelona want him back at the club, but management doesn’t see it as profitable. Neymar will cost a fortune to any club who wants to bring him to their home. Real Madrid is currently the front-runner to land him at Santiago Bernabeu with €250 million spending.

Harry Kane

Harry Kane, Real Madrid, Tottenham hotspur

The Tottenham Hotspur striker is club loyal. He renewed his contract with Spurs last summer, but it’s highly unlikely that he’ll say no to Real Madrid. Kane wants to win titles and it is highly unlikely to be celebrated at his current club. Real Madrid will open the doors for Kane to win domestic as well as European titles and he’ll be among the names of former English players like Michael Owen and David Beckham who played for Real Madrid.

He calls Tottenham his home. And English players don’t like to move abroad. It also opens the door for Manchester United and Chelsea to make the bid for the star. Let’s see who grabs England’s top talent, but whoever it be, it will cost them at least £150 million.

Robert Lewandowski

Roberto Lewandowski,Real Madrid, Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich star has enjoyed a great spell at Borussia Dortmund and then in rival camp Bayern Munich. The Polish striker is most reliable player up-front and he’ll be a bargain because of Bundesliga’s not so inflated market price. The 30-year old striker will cost around €70 million and he’ll serve as Karim Benzema’s replacement if Kane move didn’t work out. Manchester United and Chelsea are closely watching his move, let’s see where the Polish striker goes this summer.

Antoine Griezmann

Antoine Griezmann, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid,Manchester United

Atletico Madrid star is in no mood to stay at Atletico for another year. He has told the press that he’ll make his decision regarding his future before FIFA World Cup Russia 2018, to go to the World Cup with a clear mind. It’s highly unlikely that he’ll choose to stay. Barcelona had an eye on him from last season, but now Catalans don’t want to bid for the Frenchman. It leaves room for Premier League clubs to grab a top talent after paying his €100 million buyout price to Atletico. It will be a bargain deal seeing the transfer price of a player like his stature.

However, Griezmann’s ambitious dream will be a roadblock for teams who want him. He wants to win trophies, at collective as well as individual level and only a few clubs bring surety of that. Real Madrid and Barcelona will be his likely destination keeping in mind his Ballon d’Or dreams.

Paulo Dybala

Paulo Dybala, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid

La Joya future will depend a lot on Juventus’ performance in Uefa Champions League. Juventus star wants to win big in Europe and winning Uefa Champions League will prove his purpose. Otherwise, the jewel will be ready to make a leap forward in Spain. He wants to compete against the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. With a move to Spain, he’ll be on level terms with this decade’s two megastars. Whether it’s Barcelona, Real Madrid or Atletico Madrid, a move to Spain will allow him to prove his point. With Griezmann leaving the void to fill at Atletico, it will give Dybala a room to make his mark on the world.

Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba, Manchester United, PSG, Bayern Munich

Paul Pogba was world’s most expensive player at the start of season 2016/17. A season later, former Juventus player wasn’t able to live up to his expectation at Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is not happy with the star and he is often found on substitution bench, it gives a clear indication of his move away from Old Trafford.

PSG is the most likely destination for Pogba. Otherwise, a move to Real Madrid or Bayern Munich is possible for the star.

James Rodriguez

James Rodriguez, Real MADRID, Bayern Munich, Manchester United

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Real Madrid player is currently on loan to Bayern Munich. He has already made his mark in Bavarian camp and it’s likely that Bayern will go for a permanent deal for the Colombian star. However, Real would like to make the most of the situation. If Rodriguez enjoys the same performance in FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 as he enjoyed in last world cup in Brazil four years ago, it will increase his value. A move to Premier League is awaiting him and Manchester United is going to be his likely destination. The value will be around £80 million.


isco, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern Munich

Isco Alarcon chooses to stay with Real Madrid last season, but it didn’t prove fruitful. Real Madrid attacking midfielder has already proved what he is capable of and he could find his place in any playing XI except Real Madrid. A move away from home is waiting for the star.

Bayern Munich is looking to solidify their left flank and Isco inclusion will add to their strengths. Although Bayern is not used to spend heavily on a single player, it opens the door for Premier League clubs. Liverpool, Manchester United, and Chelsea will make most of the situation. Isco will cost at least €60 million.

Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard,Real Madrid,Chelsea,Tottenham Hotspur

The Chelsea star has lost his rhythm. He is not seeing his future with the Blues. Real Madrid’s coach Zinedine Zidane is a big fan of him, and he can occupy Real Madrid’s left flank next season. Otherwise, I see Tottenham Hotspur as his next destination. I know most of you won’t agree with me, but anything is possible in football. The North Londoners have excelled in recent years and they are a year or two away from winning Premier League. Hazard can help them to win trophies and with Chelsea’s dwindling form, he can be brought to Hotspur in a bargain.

Gareth Bale

Wales international is not enjoying a very great deal of football at Real Madrid. He is not Zinedine Zidane’s first choice player. It makes him a prime target for next summer. He still believes Premier League is most competitive and it’s enough to bring him back to England. We can expect a Harry Kane swap deal with Gareth Bale if he chooses to return to Tottenham Hotspur. Otherwise, Jose Mourinho would love to add him to his armor at Manchester United and £80 million will be a great price for him.


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