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Top 7 Summer Transfers That Are Set To Go Down This Month ft Hakimi, Jesus, Ramos, Haaland, Xhaka

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The summer transfer window is on and clubs will be allowed to amend their squads till 31st August 2021. Big teams are out there looking for the best replacement while others are selling players to balance their financial books.

In this article, we are going to look at top six transfers that are expected to go down this week.

Achraf Hakimi To Chelsea

Chelsea are being linked with Inter defender Achraf Hakimi this summer, following reports that Paris Saint-Germain have already lodged a bid for the former Real Madrid man.

A report emerged yesterday from Sky Sports which suggested that Chelsea had made a £56.1million bid for the Morocco international, matching the offer tabled by French heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain.

Gianluigi Donnarumma To Paris Saint-Germain

Gianluigi Donnarumma is on the verge of joining Paris Saint-Germain after reaching a verbal agreement with the French giants, reports Fabrizio Romano via Twitter.

Rodrigo De Paul To Atletico Madrid

Rodrigo De Paul is ready for the next step in his career and he doesn’t exactly lack suitors, having impressed with Udinese this past season. Atletico Madrid is in pole position to sign the Argentine, a report claims.

According to Calciomercato.com, De Paul is destined to leave Udinese this summer and he has already said goodbye to his teammates. In the playmaker’s mind, therefore, there is only one outcome and that is a departure.

Granit Xhaka To AS Roma

Granit Xhaka has reportedly agreed to join AS Roma on a five-year contract in what will be Arsenal’s first piece of transfer business this summer.

It has been reported by football.london that the deal is expected to be completed imminently after the midfielder had extensive talks with the Italian side and new manager Jose Mourinho.

Gabriel Jesus To Juventus

Manchester City and Juventus are close to striking an agreement over striker Gabriel Jesus, according to Todo Fichajes.

Jesus has been a prominent figure at Man City since his arrival at the Etihad, but has been unable to convince Pep Guardiola that he is the long-term successor for Sergio Aguero.

Time and time again, Guardiola has preferred to the lineup without a striker, rather than use Jesus through the middle. The Brazilian appears to have reached the end of his tether.

According to Todo Fichajes, the 24-year-old is now set to become a Juventus player.

Sergio Ramos To Sevilla

Sergio Ramos has reportedly been offered a five-year deal by Sevilla amid a lot of uncertainty surrounding his future at Real Madrid.

According to Spanish radio station esRadio, Sergio Ramos has been offered the chance to return to former club Sevilla in the summer transfer window. The La Liga giants have tabled a five-year deal for the Spanish international, who is at odds with Real Madrid over the terms of a new contract.

Erling Haaland To Chelsea

Chelsea will enter this summer’s transfer market in a serious position of strength. The Blues have the financial clout to blow many rivals out of the water and can also lean on their status as European champions when attempting to lure targets to Stamford Bridge.

Thomas Tuchel’s side are showing ‘strong interest’ and are keen to try to negotiate a deal to bring Haaland to the club this summer ahead of his £68 million release clause becoming active next summer.

Nuno Espirito To Everton

Everton are set to announce former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo as their new manager.

Nuno, 47, will be formally offered the job this weekend and could be unveiled by Everton early next week, according to the Daily Mail’s northern football correspondent, Dominic King

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