Five Big Transfer Deadline Days that Could be Completed Today including Brazilian's return to Chelsea and Man United's swoop for Euro 2016 starPublished August 31, 2016
This summer transfer window has been a spectacular one to say the least with over £1bn having been forked out thus far, but it’s not done yet!
Transfer deadline day is always a fun day, full of thrills and spills, and today looks like being as busy as ever, with a number of big money deals still to take place.
Here are five such possible deals.
David Luiz (PSG to Chelsea)
This one came out of leftfield. By all accounts the 29-year-old Brazilian could be set for a shock return to Stamford Bridge. Antonio Conte is keen to strengthen his defence and having failed with numerous approaches, for Leonardo Bonucci among others, the PSG man may be the way to go.
Jose Fonte (Southampton to Manchester United)
The 32-year-old impressed greatly with his Portuguese national side at the Euro 2016 finals and is now a known Jose Mourinho target. The Old Trafford boss wants to bring in an experienced central defender to beef up his squad and a move for the Southampton man is a sensible one to consider.
Isco (Real Madrid to Tottenham)
The cultured midfielder is now surplus to requirements at the Bernabeu and Zinedine Zidane is keen to farm out the Spanish international. Mauricio Pochettino is interested and a move to the North London side is a possibility, perhaps initially on a loan deal.
Islam Slimani (Sporting Lisbon to Leicester City)
Claudio Ranieri has funds to spend and the reigning Premier League champions have the pulling power to get this long awaited deal done and dusted.
The Foxes are said to have already offered £29.7m for the 28-year-old Algerian international and Slimani could well be a massive success in the Premier League. The big forward bagged 31 goals in all competitions last term.
Mohamed Sissoko (Newcastle United to Tottenham)
The French international is sure to be heading towards the St James’ Park exit today and many sources stating that the attacking midfielder has left his national team training camp to complete a transfer.
Tottenham are leading the way though their ‘low-ball’ offer of £16m may need to be upped to get the deal done.