It’s been three weeks since the winter transfer window ended and clubs saw their rosters closed beyond free agency. However, the rumor mill about possible reinforcements for next year continues to leave news.
Players whose contract ends in a few months are in a position to be protagonists by being able to reach agreements with other clubs for when the link expires. Similarly, possible renewals or loan resolutions also have their space among the following news:
The Italian and Brazilian left-back has been on loan at Olympique Lyon since the beginning of the season. Chelsea tried to play him back in the winter due to Ben Chilwell’s injury, but it didn’t happen. The Gauls will have to decide if they execute the purchase option (15M), to which the footballer comments: “I promised Juninho that I would be here all season. I am a man of my word. I like Lyon, I want to be here. It is difficult to say what will happen next season because it depends on the clubs but I am happy here.”
The Mexican midfielder ends his contract with Atlético de Madrid in less than four and a half months and it does not seem that the bond will be extended. He will turn 32 in April and, according to Sports world, aims to reach the American competition. He has been associated with different Major League Soccer clubs, the latest being the Houston Dynamo.
The Spanish midfielder has been on loan at Chelsea since August, where he tried to move in search of minutes due to the little weight he had found with Diego Pablo Simeone in the early stages of the course. In London he adds 960 ‘in 19 games (average of just over 50’). According Sports world, will return to the Spanish capital but there would be options for him to land in Mestalla for the next course. He has a contract with the colchoneros until 2026.
The Bavarian team has Benjamin Pavard as a regular cash, in addition to the young youth squad Josip Stanisic and Bouna Sarr. According Sports world, will try to incorporate a lane on the right side that provides greater depth. The candidates are Ridle Baku (VfL Wolfsburg), Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Manchester United) and Achraf Hakimi (Paris Saint Germain).
The French and Ivorian pivot is on loan to the team rossoneri by Chelsea, as happened in the 2018-19 season. Everything seems to indicate that the end will be the same: the return to Stamford Bridge. The Italians should buy the player if he played a certain number of games and Sports world He assures that he has not played for a month for that reason.
The right winger of Swedish and Norwegian nationality arrived on loan (10M) to Tottenham Hotspur from Juventus until the summer of 2023. According to Fabrizio Romano, the agreement includes a purchase option (35M) executable at any time of the loan by the Londoners. However, if the team ends the 2022-23 season by qualifying for the Champions League or the player starts 15 or more times in that season, it will become a mandatory purchase (40M). He adds a goal and an assist in four games.
The Dutch midfielder sounded to land in the Premier League during the winter market, but finally remained at FC Barcelona. He himself has taken it upon himself to remember the following: “I am very happy playing here. It was my dream and I love playing here. I want to be here for many years”. According to Fabrizio Romano, the club is counting on him for the long term.
The Catalan coach has not been able to line up the midfielder, with whom he met 25 times on the pitch, due to an injury that will keep him out of the pitch until April. The one from Reus ends his contract this summer and at the moment an agreement has not been reached to renew. However, Xavi loves him: “I should continue here. It’s a matter of reaching an agreement. It depends on the economic circumstances, but sportingly I have no doubt that it will be important for Barça”.
The English and Jamaican left winger sounded to leave the team led by Pep Guardiola months ago, when his ownership was not usual and he was counting intermittently for the coach. However, he has returned to play regularly and see goal. According to Fabrizio Romano, the club will try to extend him beyond 2023 to avoid being forced to sell him this summer if he does not want him to leave without a transfer fee.
The Brazilian left winger signed in the summer of 2018 and has maintained the same contract since then, which links him to Real Madrid until 2024. According to Fabrizio Romano, he will soon be offered an extension until 2027 with a substantial salary increase in accordance with his importance to the team.
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