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Five Premiership transfers that could happen this summer

Judging on what has happened in the past few weeks, this transfer window is set to be as interesting and shocking as ever. Here we give you a run down of what moves could happen.

The transfer window in England opens on 1 July. But already there have been much news about top teams being linked with top players.

Although the majority of the business has been done abroad- with Monaco spending over £100m- Premiership clubs have not been left lagging behind. Manchester City completed the signing of Brazilian Fernandinho only last week.

The likes of City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal have been linked with some of the world's best in recent weeks.

Whether English clubs will continue to draw in the football's top talent remains to be seen. But below are some transfers that could happen.

Wayne Rooney to Chelsea

Rooney has made it clear that he no longer wants to be a Manchester United player after handing in his second transfer request. Arsene Wenger has stated his interest in the player and many also suspect Manchester City are candidates. However Chelsea are favourites to land the England star, who could become the first big signing of Mourinho's second reign as boss.

Gonzalo Higuain to Arsenal

The Gunners need to make some world-class signings this summer if they are to stake a serious challenge next season. Real Madrid forward Higuain is said to be keen on the switch to London. Arsenal supposedly are willing to pay the £25m transfer fee and meet the player's £150,000 per week wage demands. They will need to fend off Italian suitors Juventus first, however.

Cesc Fabregas to Manchester United or Arsenal

Fabregas looks set for a return to England this summer- but which club will land the Spaniard remains to be seen. Both Manchester United and old club Arsenal are interested. It all depends if Cesc would prefer an emotional homecoming (again) or a new challenge. The quality of each teams' signings over the summer, may also be a decisive factor.

Edison Cavani to Chelsea or Manchester City

The Premier League's two big spenders are both interested in Napoli striker Cavani. Chelsea are favourites and in desperate need of a world-class striker, after missing legend Didier Drogba last season. Cavani and his agent have stated that Stamford Bridge would be his desired destination. But could City bully out a quick swoop for the marvelous South American?

Marouane Fellaini to Manchester United or Arsenal

Ever since he arrived at Goodison, it seems that the young Belgian has been linked with the country's top clubs. But some substance has been added to those claims, after David Moyes' appointment as Manchester United manager and Arsenal's impressive transfer kitty. Fellaini's best option would be Arsenal, where he would be guaranteed more playing time than at Manchester United.

 

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