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The 3 great signings that will close the Premier teams in the coming weeks

The Premier League has become the main entertainer of the summer transfer market together with PSG. The English teams are the ones that are better off economically and have more money to invest, due to the foreign investment that various clubs have and the “egalitarian” management they have when it comes to distributing TV rights. A championship that has more and more talent.

But, despite the arrival in England of names like Jadon Sancho, Romelu Lukaku, Ibrahima Konaté, Bryan Gil, Cuti Romero, Raphael Varane, Milot Rashica, Pierluigi Gollini, Patson Daka, Nuno Tavares, Junior Firpo and Trincao, Premier League teams are still looking for options to reinforce their squad in the last weeks of the market, so we can still expect busy weeks on the islands.

The three great signings that will close the Premier teams in the coming weeks

At Fichajes.net we have made a list of the three great signings that are still expected to take place in the English first division and that will give a new leap in quality to the best league in the world. We discard signings such as Harry Kane to Manchester City because it is an internal move, as in the case of Jack Grealish or Emiliano Buendía to Aston Villa

-Jules Koundé to Chelsea: The missing piece to Thomas Tuchel’s puzzle after Lukaku’s arrival. An interesting signing for the defense and that would give Chelsea a competitive bonus in this regard. There is talk of an investment of 30-40 million plus another player’s token.

-Mauro Icardi to Tottenham: The move that will be activated when Harry Kane leaves. Fabio Paratici, the club’s sporting director, wants him to lead the team’s attack. A profile that Nuno likes very much. There is talk of an operation of 30-35 million euros due to the need for PSG to sell players due to the arrival of Messsi.

-Kieran Trippier to Manchester United: One of the soap operas of the summer. English is Solskjaer’s goal to strengthen the right wing. There is talk of a figure close to 25 million euros, but the Red Devils need to sell a couple of players first.


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