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Top 5: Huge transfers that could occur this summer

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5 – Diego Costa to Chelsea

The Brazilian-born Spain international has had his future questioned throughout the season but many believe his future lies away from the Vicente Calderon.

With Chelsea the favourites to land the striker - possibly in exchange with on loan Belgian goalkeeper Thiabut Courtois - Costa could help a Chelsea team in dire need of a goalscoring striker.

4 – Louis Van Gaal to Tottenham Hotspur

The very experienced manager who has basically won everything is one of the best coaches in the world.

With Spurs confirming that Tim Sherwood will not be the manager at the end of the season, Van Gaal could improve the Spurs team that haven’t been great this season even with some quality players.

3 – Marco Reus and Toni Kroos to Manchester United

The two German midfielders will certainly improve the United team who have been disappointing this season.

With David Moyes hopefully bringing in some quality players and these two players will improve the team greatly.

2 –Eliaquim Mangala to Manchester City

Possibly on of the best young defenders in the world, however he has a massive release clause of around £30million.

One of the only clubs willing to pay the outrageous amount are Manchester City, who are in need of a defender and might just get their man.

1 – Luis Suarez to Real Madrid

Arguably the most important signing this year was Luis Suarez signing a new contract at Liverpool, however even though he is doing fantastic for the Merseyside club currently Real Madrid have shown interest and they have known that they aren't shy to spend money.

Liverpool may be bent on keeping the striker, but money talks and if Madrid come with the right offer even Liverpool can’t say no.

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