Recent news has it that the following five (5) Premier League players Could Leave their respective Clubs to other Clubs this summer.
With the end of the Premier League season in sight, the summer transfer window will soon swing open. Accordingly, it’s time to take a look at five Premier League players who could be on the move in the coming months.
It is no secret that Manchester City tried to sign Harry Kane two summers ago, but Tottenham Hotspur turned down multiple big-money bids for their star striker. However, there is a sense that Kane could switch clubs this year.
The prolific marksman has enjoyed another excellent season on a personal level, scoring 28 Premier League goals. But with his 30th birthday on the horizon, Kane may opt to leave Spurs in search of silverware.
Manchester United seems to be the most likely destination for the England captain, as the Red Devils are in desperate need of a reliable striker. Elsewhere, Bayern Munich could also prise Kane away from north London.
2. Declan Rice
Few would argue that Declan Rice is not one of the top midfielders in the Premier League. Following another standout campaign in West Ham United’s engine room, Rice has been linked with a move away from the London Stadium.
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It has been reported that Arsenal are keen on the 24-year-old, who would likely favour a move to another London club. Let’s not forget that Hammers manager David Moyes has previously insisted that Rice is worth upwards £150 million.
3. Mason Mount
There was a time not so long ago when Mason Mount was seen as a pivotal cog in the Chelsea machine. However, the 24-year-old has struggled for game time in recent months following the influx of arrivals at Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool and Man Utd are both reportedly interested in signing Mount, who already has 36 England caps under his belt. It is worth noting that both sides could benefit from adding a midfielder of Mount’s profile to their ranks.
4. Moises Caicedo
Arsenal attempted to sign Brighton & Hove Albion prodigy Moises Caicedo on multiple occasions during the January transfer window, but the Seagulls rejected the Gunners’ approaches, with the final bid reaching £70 million.
At just 21, Caicedo is widely regarded as one of the most complete midfielders in the league. The versatile Ecuadorian has proved that he is destined for greatness, so you can expect to see more clubs bidding for Caicedo this summer.
5. James Maddison
Despite Leicester City’s struggle this season, James Maddison has managed to rack up 10 goals and nine assists. Given that Leicester are involved in the relegation battle, those attacking numbers cannot be ignored.
Last summer, Newcastle United made a bid in the region of £50 million for Maddison, but the Foxes rejected the Magpies’ offer. Regardless of whether Leicester are a Premier League outfit next season, Maddison is expected to move this summer.