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Four players that could leave the Premier League this season

With a season of brilliant individual talent just finishes, many of the Premier League's star names are attracting interest from big clubs abroad. Who could be leaving in the summer?

There is little doubt that the Premier League has its fair share of individual talent. Unsuprisingly many of the English league's best players have been linked with moves abroad.

Recent headlines have been concerned with Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale's impending moves to Real Madrid.

However these two superstars are not the only superstars that could be leaving the Premier League during the summer for a foreign league.

Below we take a look at four players who could be making a move...

Christian Benteke - Aston Villa to Atletico Madrid

After an impressive debut season in the Premier League, the big Belgian has been linked with a move to Spain. Atletico Madrid see the young striker as the perfect replacement for Radamel Falcao. However, Aston Villa are unlikely to let their star man go.

Fernando Torres - Chelsea to Napoli

The Blues are in need of a world-class striker and after failing to sign Falcao, they have set their sights on Napoli hitman Edison Cavani. Torres will be offered as part of deal on top of a reported £20+ million. The move may suit the Spaniard too, as he will be reunited with favoured boss Rafael Benitez.

Andrei Arshavin - Arsenal to Zenit Saint Petersburg

Since his move to London in 2009, the Russian's time at Arsenal has been somewhat a disappointment. He is now out of contract but despite interest from Fulham, looks destined to return to Russia and former club Zenit Saint Peterburg.

Nani - Manchester United to Monaco

Although a definite talent, the Portuguese has lacked the discipline needed for the Premier League throughout his United career. A move to Europe may suit his style better. Free-spending Monaco have already bagged Falcao, Moutinho and Carvalho- Nani will follow them to France later this summer.



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