With the season drawing to it's closing stages, many clubs will be looking to improve their squads for next season.
We take a look at the three biggest names that may be on the move this summer:
1. Cristiano Ronaldo
The rumour mill is full of stories of how Ronaldo could soon be heading back to Old Trafford in a massive £55 million deal which could also include David de Gea going the other way, this would be a great deal for both parties as United would get arguably the best player in the world for less than what they sold him for and Real Madrid would get £55m and a possible long-term replacement for Iker Casillas.
This could also start a roundabout of transfers as United would more than likely look for a new goalkeeper such as Asmir Begovic. If Ronaldo was to come back to Old Trafford, it would be one of the biggest home-comings ever.
2. Radamel Falcao
The Spanish TV station Punto Pelota has claimed that a top secret meeting was staged between representatives of Atletico Madrid and Chelsea last Sunday to discuss a proposed move for Radamel Falcao.
Flacao is certianly one of the hottest prospects in world football at the moment and a move to Chelsea would boost their attacking force greatly. However, other clubs such as PSG, Manchester City and even Atletico Madrid’s arch rivals Real Madrid are thought to be sniffing around.
3. Luis Suarez
Juventus, PSG, Manchester City and Bayern Munich are all thought to be vying for his signature. The Uruguayan has carried Liverpool most of this season on his own, he has been possible the best player in the premier league and Europe’s most elite clubs have taken notice.
If any of these deals do happen they will be for massive amounts of money and will trigger more transfer as clubs will be left trying to find replacements.
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