Despite the FIFA World Cup being the talk of the town, it is the transfers which are getting the rest of the traction. Premier League clubs, in particular, grab all the attention and for all right reasons, as it is one of the most popular league on the planet. That being said, we think it is high time we talk about the transfers, or the rumours, which are grabbing all the headlines off late.
Yeah, it certainly isn't the right time to talk about the Premier League, but we thought it would be good for you to at least know which players from your favourite club see their current contract expiring at the end of the 2018/19 season. The fixtures are already out and despite the players are busy with their international duty at the FIFA World Cup, the managers know the intensity with which they need to hold their squad for the next season. And for that reason, here we give you the list of players whose contract are coming to an end by the end of 2018/19 season.
Jose Mourinho's Manchester United are all set to face a massive sell-out in the summer transfer window. According to the reports, as many as three big names are on the brink of leaving OId Trafford. Besides these three there are others as well. What has added further fuel to the speculation is that Mourinho was left fuming with Romelu Lukaku and Marouane Fellaini for not making enough efforts to play in the FA Cup final against Chelsea. That being said, United having a busy transfer market is well and truly expected and many players leaving the club is also evident.
Manchester United striker Anthony Martial has been a subject of an interest from Inter Milan, the Frenchman's cousin Jamael Martial has revealed.
The Nerazzurri are looking to reach the summit of the Italian football and have identified a number of targets. Also, they are trying their best to keep hold of the players who are already in their rank. Luring Martial away from the Theatre of Dreams, however, might prove out to be a laborious task given the fact that Mourinho rates the young Frenchman, although at the same time, wants him to work on his work-rate and earn his first-team spot.