The 2010 World Cup showcased many talents who hadn't yet been bought by major clubs this included the likes of Mesut Ozil who moved from Werder Bremen to Madrid and Honda who now plays for AC Milan. Managers are always looking for talent and the Brazil World Cup will be the perfect place to show it. Here are our top 10 likely transfer targets:
1. Ross Barkley (England) - Currently a midfielder at Everton, he is one of England's rising stars, he plays as a box to box midfielder with a powerful shot. We can see big teams such as City, Chelsea, or Utd making a move for him.
2. Kensuke Nagai (Japan) - Playing for Japanese club Nagoya Grampus the 24 year old striker could be available at a cheap price. With his pace, skill and finishing we expect him to be looked at by most clubs requiring a striker.
3. Javier Aquino (Mexico) - Mexico have been placed in a tough group alongside Brazil and Croatia. Aquino has got the flair, crossing and work rate that teams need. As he plays in Spain (for Villarreal), we see him joining either Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid or Valencia.
4. Admir Mehmedi (Switzerland) - Mehmedi is a striker with good composure and positioning. He is now on loan at SC Freiburg but against the likes of France and Ecuador at the World Cup, we believe he will be moving some time soon.
5. Ransford Osei (Ghana) - Playing in the Ghana Premier League Osei has shown promise netting goals for Ghana at Under 17 and Under 20 level. Brazil will put him on the World Stage and we can see some big teams interested in him.
6. Karim Ansarifard (Iran) - Iran are one of the underdogs of the competition. This will give Ansarifard the chance to shine, with FIFA in 2012 ranking him the 2nd best goal scorer in Asia. He will most likely move out of Iran to Spain or Italy.
7. Stefanos Kapino (Greece) - Teams in need of a young and talented goalkeeper will be looking to Kapino. He has represented Greece at Under 17,19,20,21 and senior level. After Brazil we see more than a few inquiries coming in for him.
8. Julian Draxler (Germany) - One of the biggest young stars in Europe at the moment. Currently playing for Schalke, we think the other big German teams are trying to sign him mainly Bayern and Dortmund although after Brazil we expect many teams to be competing for his signature.
9. Charles Aranguiz (Chile) - Currently out on loan from Udinese we see Brazil as his big moment. With his work rate and creativity we think other Italian teams will be straight in for him after the World Cup.
10. Marcos Arouca (Brazil) - Arouca is the oldest of our top 10 at 27 (years old), having never played for a club outside of Brazil we expect this World Cup to be his platform on the world stage. With any team who needs a good defensive midfielder trying to sign him, most likely the top English or French sides will try.
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