Every Prem club’s most likely August signing, ft De Jong and Aubameyang
There are still two weeks left until the transfer window closes. But which player is most likely to end up at your favorite Premier League club?
Jeremy Pino – Villarreal to Arsenal
You might have expected to see the name Youri Tielemans here. But with Leicester City seemingly willing to keep the Belgium international and let him leave on a free in the summer of 2023, Villarreal speedster Pino may be the player Gunners fans should keep an eye on over the next two weeks.
“If an offer comes for a player like Yeremy Pino, then he will have to leave,” admits former Villarreal Arsenal coach Unai Emery.
According to El Periodico, Mikel Arteta is a big fan of the jet-heeled winger.
Victor Nelson – Galatasaray to Aston Villa
Diego Carlos’ long-term absence means Aston Villa have no choice but to return to the market for another half. And Nelsson – who is known to Villa director Johan Lange from his time in Copenhagen – has already made it clear he wants to leave Galatasaray this month.
Antoine Semenyo – Bristol City do Bournemouth
Kieffer Moore was at his best in difficult conditions against Manchester City, but the absence of Dominic Solanke highlighted the lack of centre-forward options available to Scott Parker. Enter Semenyo.
Technical, powerful and explosive, Semenyo was one of the breakout stars of the championship in the 2021/22 season.
Isaac Davies – Cardiff City to Brentford
After the exciting arrival of Mikkel Damsgaard from Sampdoria, transfer speculation is now in short supply. But Cardiff City striker Isaak Davies is a name to watch out for. After all, the Bees have a history of signing local youngsters from the Football League.
Pervis Estupinan – Villarreal to Brighton and Hove Albion
According to the Daily Mail , talks are underway to bring the Colombian Villarreal international as a replacement for Marco Cucurella at the Amex. Quick, direct and perfectly suited to Graham Potter’s swashbuckling style, Estupinan looks like another inspired addition to the Seagulls squad.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Barcelona to Chelsea
Thomas Tuchel was on what felt like the umpteenth time this year, complaining about a lack of finishing as Chelsea dropped two points at home to Tottenham Hotspur. Aubameyang, expected to leave Barcelona following the arrival of Robert Lewandowski, can be the man to turn defeats into draws, draws into wins.
A battle of the top four in the Premier League perhaps?
Conor Gallagher – Chelsea to Crybecame a palace
According to The Times , Palace are confident Gallagher could return to Selhurst Park. Such trust also seems misplaced. Gallagher played just five minutes in Chelsea’s first two league games, an untenable situation for a player hoping to force his way into England’s World Cup squad.
Serhou Guirassy – Rennes to Everton
With Idrissa Gueye’s contract stalled, another Ligue 1 ace has emerged as Everton’s most likely signing. Guirassy wants to join the Toffees in a potential £15m deal, according to L’Equipe. The 6ft 2ins striker was left out of the Rennes squad on Sunday and feels like Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s replacement Frank Lampard has been shouting.
Justin Kluivert – Roma do Fulham
Patience, as they say, is a virtue. And after being forced to wait for Joao Palhinha and Manor Solomon, Fulham fans are now nervously watching the clock as a deal for Roma misfit Justin Kluivert drags on. However, according to Corriere dello Sport, they remain in pole position, with the former Ajax wonderkid a ready-made replacement for the now injured Solomon.
Kai Wagner – Philadelphia Union to Leeds United
Wagner, a £2.5m left-back, is not the number nine Leeds fans have been praying for. But Junior Firp’s continued injury problems mean cover is required on the flank and the buccaneer Wagner is a perfect match for Jesse Marsch’s action-oriented style.
Odysseas Vlacodimos – Benfica to Leicester City
All eyes were on Danny Ward after long-serving Kasper Schmeichel left for Nice. And after Saturday’s mistake against Arsenal, Ward’s hopes of winning the number one shirt may have slipped through his fingers – much like a match ball.
Benfica’s Vlachodimos would be a great addition; His distribution is much better than Schmeichel’s.
Marcos Leonardo – Santos do Liverpool
File it under ‘one for the future’. According to South American publication Bolavip, Liverpool will make an approach for the 19-year-old Santos star “very soon”.
“Marcos Leonardo who goes to Liverpool,” says Brazilian pundit Milton Neves. “This guy is the new Romario!”
Robert Renan – To the Corinthians the city of Manchester
A la Liverpool, Man City are no longer looking for big-money signings. So exciting hopefuls are the order of the day, with Robert Renan potentially the latest in a long line of South American stars to cross the Atlantic and head to the Etihad.
A stylish, ball-playing centre-half, Renan’s agent was already in talks in England. City and Wolves are two potential destinations.
Frenkie de Jong – Barcelona to Manchester United
And now we’re out. Even if “Manchester United” and “the best laid plans” do not go together, there remains confidence at Old Trafford that De Jong will still arrive in the near future. Potentially ahead of next week’s daunting Premier League home clash with Liverpool.
Christian Pulisic – Chelsea do Newcastle United
Like Gallagher, Pulisic is another Chelsea player who will be desperate for first-team action before heading to Qatar. And with the Blues stepping up their pursuit of Anthony Gordon, Tuchel seems unlikely to stand in Pulisic’s way should Newcastle make a move for the former Borussia Dortmund whizzkid (The Athletic).
Neal Maupay – Brighton to Nottingham Forest
On Monday morning, Graham Potter dropped Neal Maupay’s name when discussing the transfer options available to him. Was it confirmation of the fiery Frenchman’s £15m move to the City Ground? Maybe that’s a bit presumptuous, though a deal does appear very far down the line.
Liam Delap – Manchester City to Southampton
Pep Guardiola admitted after City beat Bournemouth 4-0 that Delap would benefit from ditching the Premier League champions on loan. Southampton will offer him just that. And the Saints’ handling of Armand Broja during his A spell at St Mary’s helps them in their search for another exciting young striker.
James Garner – Manchester United do Tottenham Hotspur
Why perennial Premier League underachievers Manchester United are willing to let Garner leave – given the current state of their midfield – is anyone’s guess. Be that as it may, The Athletic believe with Garner can be had for just £14 million.
Tottenham have already made an offer according to Alan Nixon. Did he catch their eye alongside Djed Spence during Nottingham Forest’s FA Cup season last year?
Thila Kehrer – PSG to West Ham United
According to The Guardian, West Ham are confident of completing a £16m deal for PSG, the rarely seen Germany international. Young, versatile and hungry to impress, Kehrer ticks a lot of boxes for the modern day West Ham.
Hwang Ui Jo – Bordeaux to Wolves
Nottingham Forest accepted an offer for Hwang. But according to reports in France, the South Korean camp are sticking with Wolves instead. Available for just £4.5m, Hwang is a great and affordable alternative to the injured Raul Jimenez.
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