Premier League Transfers To Look Forward To This Summer

With only one game remaining in the Premier League season, players will be getting ready for their time off, and managers and clubs will be plotting towards next season already and how they can improve on this year’s performance. One of the main ways in which they can improve their squads is by bringing in new recruits and with the transfer window opening on the 1st of June, we thought we’d investigate some of the potential transfers that are looking likely this summer in the Premier League.

 

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A transfer that didn’t quite get over the line last summer, but one that we expect to happen this summer is seeing Jadon Sancho swap from the Yellow Wall of Borussia Dortmund and return to his native land to Manchester United. United are slowly building a squad in which they might believe that they are on the cusp of challenging for the title again, but they have been missing some star quality in Jadon Sancho for this to happen. United weren’t willing to pay the £100 million last summer, but Dortmund have explained that this summer they are willing to lower the price. We believe that Sancho would be the perfect fit for the Red Devils and would certainly be pushing for his signature if we were on the United board. Sancho on the right, Rashford on the left, Fernandes in behind and Cavani rotating with Greenwood is a dangerous attacking quartet.

 

Another transfer that is going to take this summer by storm has been through news that has just recently broke where Harry Kane has come out and said that he is wanting to leave Tottenham Hotspur. Due to the brilliance of Harry Kane, there will certainly be a lot of clubs out there trying to secure the signature of the 27-year-old, with Manchester City and Chelsea being the front runner, but due to Chelsea’s big spending summer last year, we don’t believe that they can afford Kane, and he has already come out and said that he wants to sign for Man City.