Transfer talk, Neymar, Pogba and Eriksen, all still possible moves in the making

A possible PSG exit can still be possible for Neymar as Barcelona and Real Madrid will go head to head in their chase for a player that can be a difference between a La Liga title and one missed out on.

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The rumor about a possible Paul Pogba exit from Manchester United will not go away, but few believe that Real Madrid will be lucky in their chase for the French World Cup winner. Pogba showed in the Premier League opener that he is focused and sharp and will do everything in the most professional manner as long as he is tied to Manchester United.

Tottenham believe they can keep Christian Eriksen, who are tempted by a new chance at Real Madrid joining up with Eden Hazard, but few believe that this move will materialize with few options for Spurs to get anyone to fill the gap. The possible chance of getting a much higher fee in this window, than in the next one, could be the only reason for letting the Dane to leave.

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Philippe Coutinho missed out on a move to Premier League with Arsenal the profiled chaser in that hunt. Bayern Munich looks as the only club running for the Brazilian at the moment, and a move to Bundesliga could be happening.

Paulo Dybala is still in demand after his move to Manchester United never happened. PSG is said to look at the Argentinian as a possible cover for Neymar, and Juventus is open to such a proposal. Inter is also said to be following the situation as they are still in hunt for more quality players.

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33 year old Bosnian international Edin Dzeko is said to be wating on a move to a new destination with new Roma boss Paulo Fonseca showing interest in Arkadiusz Milik of Napoli.

Tiemoue Bakayoko looks to have no future at Chelsea and he could be on the move as he has a good reputation other places in Europe, playing last season on loan at AC Milan. The 24 year midfielder is eager to get first team football on a regular basis and reports suggests that his former club Monaco could be eager to take him back, coming to a solution on the price in demand.

 

 

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