With just two days left until one of the most exciting transfer markets of the last decade closes. Throughout the summer we have seen great and unexpected movements of great players whose destiny pointed to another club. But there is still time to take us more surprises since there are operations underway and with an uncertain end.
Let’s look at some of the big moves that can still happen at the last minute.
It is the great name of the last weeks. All the lights of the market are put on the French that is debated between Paris and Madrid. Florentino Pérez’s last offer of 170 million plus 10 in variables expires today and PSG considers it insufficient. We will see if in the next few hours either of the two clubs gives way.
Since his breakthrough at Sevilla last season, Jules Koundé has been on the lists of the big clubs. Chelsea is the one that is moving the most for the player and even Koundé tried to force his departure by refusing to travel with the team for the match against Elche. The blue set has offered 50 million but in Nervión they demand 50 or the most approximate figure and they do not think to give up.
A week ago Robert Lewandowski asked to leave Bayern Munich, as reported Sky Sports, although it seems unlikely that he will move from the Allianz Arena. Of course, Manchester City could test him after Tottenham’s refusal to sell Harry Kane, or PSG could think of him as a replacement for Mbappé.
Insigne ends his contract next June and has rejected Napoli’s renewal proposals so that if he continues like this, next summer it would be free. Inter Milan have not forgotten about the Italian winger and could launch one last offensive for him. Napoli has valued him at 20 million
The Real Madrid market depends on Mbappé, if the Frenchman does not arrive, no player will come out but if finally Kylian ends up landing at the Santiago Bernabéu, Eden Hazard would pack his bags for Turin. Juve wants the Belgian to replace Cristiano on loan and Madrid would not see the operation with bad eyes.