It's been an action packed summer in the transfer market and we can still sense many more transfers taking place in the near future.
So let's take a quick glimpse on the biggest possible transfers that can still place in the closing stages of the transfer season:
The Uruguayan striker did not had a very good time in the Premier League last season after he got into many controversies.
His comments suggested that he wanted to step out of England, however many other English clubs have stepped in and Arsenal continue to track the star.
His attacking approach to the game helped him become him the second highest goal scorer of the season and with Real Madrid and the Gunners struggling in attack, both teams could go head-to-head for his signature.
Marouane Fellaini has been linked with Manchester United since the beginning of the transfer wind and with the arrival of his former Everton boss, David Moyes to Manchester United, it seems certain that Fellaini may wear the United shirt this season.
United also struggled in the midfield department in the past season and the addition of the Belgian would do wonders. Fellaini would be an ideal replacement for Paul Scholes too.
Leighton Baines is an another Everton player who has been linked with Manchester United. He had impressed in the last season as he had not only done well in the defending sector, but had also starred by scoring plenty of goals for Everton.
The left-back’s attacking approach to the game had seen him make an entry into the England side as well. Baines was also heavily used by current United manager David Moyes last season - the star didn't miss a single minute of the EPL 2012/13 season.
Cesc Fabregas has been yet an another player linked to Manchester United this summer, but his statements made about Barcelona has made the transfer doubtful.
United’s approach towards this move is really positive and they as they really desperate for his signature as they aim to strengthen their midfield department as it was the only place where they din’t look very strong last season.
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