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The 9 Most High Profile Players Who Could Still Move Clubs This Summer

Barry Arnold
By Barry Arnold
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There are just three weeks remaining before the transfer window shuts are there are still move than a few players with uncertain futures. Raheem Sterling, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Angel Di Maria are among the high-profile players to move on to pastures new, we can expect there to be some more big-name transfers on the way.

Pedro Rodriguez

The 28-year-old scored the winner in Barcelona's 5-4 extra-time UEFA Super Cup win over Sevilla and then requested a transfer from the Catalan giants. He's got a £22m release-clause and has been linked with Arsenal and Chelsea but the most likely destination is to join Louis Van Gaal's revolution at Manchester United.

David De Gea

Louis Van Gaal said De Gea wasn't focused when he left his first choice goalkeeper out of the squad in Manchester United's opening day win over Spurs. There's been another swing in the never-ending pendulum of this deal today, so it's unlikely we've heard the last of things.

Kevin De Bruyne

The former Chelsea midfielder has been in superb form since moving to Wolfsburg last year and helped them to a second-place finish in the Bundesliga last year. The 24-year-old Belgium international has been the subject of two bids from Manchester City of up to £48m and is reportedly keen for a move back to the Premier League.


Charlie Austin

The 26-year-old is in demand but it doesn't appear that anyone is willing to pay QPR's £15m asking price. Spurs, Newcastle and West Ham have been linked, while QPR have also offered Austin an improved contract. However after scoring 18 goals in the Premier League last season it's unlikely he'll remain at Loftus Road.

Javier Hernandez



Chicharito's days at Old Trafford appear to be numbered after reportedly being told he is surplus to requirements by Louis Van Gaal. Manchester United want £12-£15 million for the 27-year-old Mexico striker with Spurs and West Ham leading the chase for his signature.

John Stones

The 21-year-old Everton defender has been identified as Jose Mourinho's top summer target. He's reportedly already been the subject of three bids from Chelsea of up to £30m. Roberto Martinez has said he is going nowhere but it's hard to see the England international's future anywhere else than Stamford Bridge.


Adnan Januzai

The 20-year-old Belgium winger is likely to leave Old Trafford on-loan to gain first-team experience if Manchester United complete the signing of Pedro. Sunderland have been most heavily linked with the talented youngster but there would be a host of clubs interested if United make him available.

Victor Valdes


The World Cup and three-time Champions League winning goalkeeper has no future at Manchester United and has been forced by Louis Van Gaal to train with the reserves. Valdes only made two appearances last season and at only 33 years old should appeal to an abundance of clubs.

Mario Balotelli

Balotelli has been anything but Super Mario since he moved from AC Milan to Liverpool last summer. He failed to register a single Premier League goal last season and has reportedly been forced to train with the development squad. Balotelli has likely blown his chance at the top level and a return to Italy is probable with Sampdoria, Torino or Genoa as possible destinations.



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