Below is a list of possible transfers for the next campaign (2017/2018)
Barcelona to Offer Isco Huge Fee
Real Madrid star Isco has just one year left on his contract, and El Pais believes Barcelona will offer the Spaniard a lucrative bonus to resist a move this summer and move to the Camp Nou on a free transfer.
Los Blancos will want to move the 24-year-old on to recoup some of the £25.5 million they paid to Malaga back in 2013.
The Blaugrana will offer Isco a £17 million signing-on fee to stay at the Bernabeu for one more year and sting their eternal rivals by leaving for free in the opposite direction to Luis Figo in 2018.
A restricted role under Zinedine Zidane might be tough to tolerate for a further year, though, despite the exorbitant sum reportedly on offer.
Arsenal To Move For Arda
Arsenal might be in turmoil, but the Gunners want to make a significant move to initiate a £25 million bid for Arda Turan
The Barcelona midfielder has been restricted to a limited role since he moved from Atletico Madrid, but a move to the Emirates could offer a better platform to showcase his talent.
The 30-year-old has three years remaining, but with Luis Enrique departing this summer, a squad reshuffle appears likely, and the Turkey international could be surplus to requirements.
Barca paid £26 million two years ago, and the chance to recover most of that fund from Arsenal could prove too much to resist.
United’s £95 Million Bid For Mbappe Rejected
Manchester United have been stunned after seeing a £95 million offer knocked back for Monaco super-talent Kylian Mbappe.
The Star detailed how the Red Devils previously made a £69 million offer for the 18-year-old, who has scored 19 goals and added 11 assists in all competitions.
The Red Devils will face stiff competition from Manchester City and Real Madrid, with The Red Devils determined to keep hold of the forward after building a Ligue 1 title and Champions League challenge.
Drogba Linked With USL Move
Didier Drogba could be on the verge of a sensational move to the United Soccer League with the Ivorian in discussions to join Phoenix Rising.
The former Chelsea star would occupy one of the international spots on the 30-man roaster and could link up with former Blue Shaun Wright-Phillips in Arizona.
Drogba enjoyed a wonderful spell in the MLS with the Montreal Impact, scoring 21 goals in 33 games, and proved that he still has it, despite being 39 years old. Drogba appears reluctant to call it a day, and a move to the desert would be an intriguing one at this stage of his career.