With the Premier League season in the final couple games of the season, and Manchester City being crowned the Champions this year after Leicester beat Manchester United, the fans will be looking forward to next season already.
However, the football calendar has a busy summer lined up, as we have Euro 2021 to take place after it was cancelled last year due to the global pandemic caused by Covid-19, and the summer transfer window, and we thought we’d investigate some of the biggest rumours of transfer sagas that might just happen this summer.
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One of the most exciting transfer sagas that we are looking forward to this summer is one that is continuing from last year in which Manchester United will be looking to see if they can finally capture the signature of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund and bring the Englishman home.
Sancho has been one of the stars of the Bundesliga for three years now, having registered a combined 30 goals and assists in the past three seasons for the yellow wall.
Last year the transfer didn’t quite get over the line due to a dispute on the transfer fee, but it has been reported that Dortmund is willing to lower their asking price this year.
Another saga that we are certainly looking forward to this summer is where Erling Haaland is going to end up come the end of the summer.
Haaland has quickly become the golden boy of European football and has already been speaking to several top clubs including Barcelona and Real Madrid to see if they are interested.
However, due to the ridiculous price that he is going to cost, we only believe that Manchester City will be able to afford him and what a signing he would be.
And finally, there are rumours about Harry Kane looking to leave his boyhood club Tottenham and stay in the Premier League as it is his goal to become the leading goalscorer in the history of the Premier League.
Kane is 27 years old now and will know that he probably isn’t going to win any major trophies at Tottenham, and with rumours flying around that he might leave for United, it might be his final chance.