This season has nearly come to an end and with the opening of summer transfer window, the clubs will look to sign new players. Here are the top 5 players who will be available for transfer in the summer.
The 33-year-old striker has had a really troubled and injury-hit campaign after the arrival of Mauro Icardi from Inter Milan on loan. The two-time Copa America winner has only managed to feature in 22 games and score 7 goals in all competitions. The Uruguayan has made 361 appearances for the French giants and netted 112 goals. After the signing of Argentinean on a permanent deal, the 6-time French League winner looks all set to find new challenge elsewhere. He has a market value of £18.00m.
The Scottish has been phenomenal for Bournemouth in the past few seasons and went on to put mammoth numbers for the club. He scored 24 goals and assisted 33 times in 208 appearances in all competitions. After a lackluster season with The Cherries, the 26-year-old winger will look to leave after the team relegated to second-tier league. The former Ipswich Town player only scored 1 goal in 32 appearances in all competitions this season.
The 33-year-old defender arrived from Ajax Amsterdam for £11.25m back in July 12, 2012, and leaves The North London Club after 8 years featuring 315 times and scoring in 14 occasions and was a rock in The Spurs defence. The Belgian had a pretty good season and looked unhappy under Jose Mourinho’s system. After posting an emotional message across social media platforms, he looks all set to leave. All eyes are on the defender where he heads next.
After a decade with The Cityzens, The Spanish wizard has stated that he will leave the club after his contract expired. The Premier league Legend put up stellar numbers and has been inspiring for Manchester City. In 434 appearances for the club, The World Cup winner has scored 77 goals and put on a plate for other players 140 times in all competitions. He has been monumental this season too with 11 assists and notching up 4 goals. The 34-year-old midfielder is never short of class and will be a good addition to the next club he joins.
After imminent arrival of Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech and possible transfer of Kai Havertz at The Stamford Bridge, the 31-year-old Brazilian will look to leave this summer after his contract expired. The winger has had an illustrious career winning 2 Premier League titles with The Blues and scoring 63 goals and assisting 62 times in 339 appearances in all competitions. The Copa America winner has had a decent campaign featuring in 47 matches and was directly involved in 20 goals.