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The expected Newcastle deal.. Transfers that attract interest in England

The expected Newcastle deal.. Transfers that attract interest in England

The expected Newcastle deal.. Transfers that attract interest in England

The English transfer window opens tomorrow, Wednesday, ahead of what is expected to be another heavy summer of spending for Premier League clubs.

Some clubs have already begun their moves in this direction, such as Liverpool, who compensated for the failure to attract Jude Bellingham for Real Madrid, by including Argentine Alexis McAllister from Brighton.

It seems that Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham will be the biggest title of the transfer window, with the “Three Lions” leader entering the final year of his contract with Spurs.

Many of his international colleagues may enter the transfer bazaar, amid interest in Declan Rice, Mason Mount and James Madison, while Brighton is expected to make a new financial profit by selling Ecuadorian Moises Caicedo.

According to Agence France-Presse, there are 5 transfers that are expected to make a wide impact during the coming period.

Harry Kane (Tottenham)

Despite spearheading Tottenham’s struggling attacking line that finished eighth, Kane remained prolific, scoring 30 Premier League goals.

Kane is now 47 goals short of Alan Shearer’s all-time Premier League goalscorer’s record, but he may have to decide whether to pursue further individual achievement or claim the first title of his career.

Real Madrid are said to be keen on making Kane a replacement for Karim Benzema, and Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is likely to be more willing to listen to offers from the Spanish giants than a Premier League rival.

However, Kane could also choose to use the last 12 months of his contract to be able to choose his next destination on a free transfer.

 Harry Kane

Declan Rice (West Ham)

Hammers chairman David Sullivan has admitted that Rice’s last match with the club was likely to lift the Conference League Cup after beating Italian club Fiorentina last week.

The 24-year-old has become wanted by several clubs after he developed into one of the best midfielders in the Premier League.

Arsenal is at the forefront of those seeking to sign the English international, as the “Gunners” are looking forward to going beyond the league title they lost in the final meters this season to Manchester City.

Declan Rice

Mason Mount (Chelsea)

Mount was a darling at Chelsea, but his role this season has been marginal due to injury and the issue of his contract.

The midfielder has only 12 months to delve into the details of his transfer, and he is expected to return to Chelsea in a large sum as the club seeks to sell him sooner in order to balance the books in line with the rules of financial fair play.

Manchester United and Liverpool are said to be interested in him, but they reject Chelsea’s £70m ($88m) valuation for the player.

Mason Mount

Moises Caicedo (Brighton)

Brighton stood firm when Arsenal tried to sign Caicedo in January, despite the Ecuadorean publicly publishing a transfer request.

Caicedo then signed a new contract with Brighton until 2027, but with an agreement allowing him to leave this summer.

“They deserve to change the level of the team and the competition. We have to be happy for them,” Brighton coach Roberto De Zerbi said of Caicedo and McAllister.

And as Arsenal is in a race to include Rice, and Liverpool is looking for other midfield goals, it seems that Chelsea are the favorite to sign the 21-year-old.

Moises Caicedo

James Maddison (Leicester City)

It is expected that Leicester’s sudden relegation to the “Championship” level (second division) will lead to a mass exit from the “King Power” stadium.

Maddison is a great asset to Leicester after scoring 10 goals and providing nine assists in just 30 Premier League games this season.

The playmaker can replace the Championship with the Champions League next season, as he is at the top of Newcastle’s priority list.

It is expected that Newcastle will be among the largest spenders in Europe this summer, as the Saudi-backed club prepares to return to the main continental competition after 20 years of absence.

James Madison

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