1. N’Golo Kante
A few years ago, no one would have thought that Chelsea would let Kante leave Stamford Bridge for free. However, at the present time, the 31-year-old is no longer an irreplaceable player for the Blues due to a few injuries he has suffered. Barcelona is a team that is said to be very interested in owning the French midfielder to replace Sergio Busquets.
Chelsea is also expected to have to part with Jorginho. If this happens, the London capital team will have a lot of work to do to rebuild the strength of the midfield.
2. Karim Benzema
Real Madrid has plenty of players whose contracts expire in the summer, including Toni Kroos, Marco Asensio, Luka Modric and Dani Ceballos. However, if not keeping the 35-year-old striker who has just won the Golden Ball, the White Vulture will suffer a huge loss.
Madrid is set to sign 16-year-old Brazilian striker Endrick from Palmeiras for 72 million euros in 2024, but at the moment, Real has no backup plan for Benzema.
3. Adrien Rabiot
This player is one of the stars of the French team at the last 2022 World Cup, however, Rabiot’s future at Juventus is not guaranteed when the Italian club is having to deal with many problems. problem off the field. A free move to Turin from PSG in 2019, the fighting midfielder has yet to reach his full potential at Juventus. Arriving in a new shirt can be a positive thing for the 27-year-old’s career.
Last summer, Rabiot was very close to joining Manchester United. At the moment, Chelsea and Liverpool are two teams that are said to want to own the French player.
4. Memphis Depay
With the option of staying at Camp Nou to compete for a starting position, Memphis Depay failed to convince the Barcelona coaching staff to give him a chance when he had only made two appearances in La Liga this season. this. Currently, he is only Xavi’s 6th choice in attack, and Barca also wants to part with Depay to be able to expand their salary fund.
Only 28 years old, the Dutch striker will be a very sought-after target in the transfer market.
5. David De Gea
With the Spaniard currently enjoying a salary of £375,000/week, Manchester United are having difficulty extending the contract of their number 1 goalkeeper when De Gea has made moves that do not want to reduce his salary.