Seven transfers to be announced when window opens including Bellingham, Messi and huge Chelsea and Liverpool deals
THE summer window is just around the corner.
And teams across the globe are preparing for a busy transfer market as they look to boost their squads with football’s best players.
The likes of Man United, Man City and Arsenal are all hoping to land some of the biggest names around.
Foreign giants like Barcelona and Napoli will also battle it out in deals worth gigantic fees.
But some clubs have already stolen a march on rivals by making early preparations.
From Chelsea and Liverpool, to Real Madrid and even Inter Miami, numerous big transfers have already been agreed before the window even opens.
Here, SunSport looks at seven of the best deals which are set to go through shortly…
BORUSSIA DORTMUND TO REAL MADRID: £115m
SO far the biggest move of the window, Bellingham is set to become the most expensive midfielder – and Englishman – in history.
The teenager, still just 19 years old, will link up with young superstars like Eduardo Camavinga and Vinicius Jr as Real look to build a side for the next decade.
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The Spaniards will be desperate for silverware next term after disappointing LaLiga and Champions League campaigns.
And after his success so far, nobody is betting against Bellingham being a smash hit at the Bernabeu.
ALEXIS MAC ALLISTER
BRIGHTON TO LIVERPOOL: £55m
COULD already be the bargain of the entire window, despite most teams not doing any business yet.
Mac Allister has gone from strength to strength on the south coast, with his World Cup triumph confirming his superstar status.
Is sure to take to Liverpool’s intense style like a duck to water, and could be the bedrock of a new-look side for many years.
RB LEIPZIG TO CHELSEA: £53m
DEAL was agreed bizarrely early, with Chelsea striking terms for hotshot in December.
Nkunku has bounced back from an injury with aplomb and went on to win the Bundesliga’s Golden Boot – as well as the German Cup.
Will be one of Mauricio Pochettino’s main sources of goals next season, and decision not to sign Joao Felix indicates he will be deployed in favourite position behind the striker.
PSG TO INTER MIAMI: FREE
EXIT from PSG was not a shock at all – but nobody saw Messi snubbing a return to Barcelona for David Beckham’s lowly MLS franchise.
The Argentina legend has effectively called time on his career by leaving Europe for the more relaxed climes of American soccer.
But Messi will always be a huge hit with fans of the beautiful game and is sure to improve Miami’s standings across the pond.
RB LEIPZIG TO BAYERN MUNICH: FREE
WAS a top target for several Premier League clubs but has opted to remain in Germany with Thomas Tuchel.
The versatile no-nonsense midfielder can also play at right-back.
And despite not being the biggest name around, will prove to be one of the sharpest signings this summer by any elite team.
INTER MILAN TO PSG: FREE
REGARDED as one of Europe’s best centre-backs last year, Skriniar was stripped of the captaincy and dropped by Inter after confirming a pre-agreement with PSG in January.
As a result, he missed out on the Italian’s journey to the Champions League final – as well as their Coppa Italia success.
But Skriniar is unlikely to have lost any of his magic and, alongside Marquinhos, could end up forming Europe’s meanest backline as PSG also close in on Marco Asensio and Manuel Ugarte.
LEICESTER TO ASTON VILLA: FREE
HAD an underwhelming season as Foxes were relegated to the Championship.
But plenty of top-flight sides have experienced a Tielemans rocket flying into the back of their net.
Was once being tipped for Champions League sides just one year ago.
But the Belgian has penned a deal with Villa after Leicester’s Midlands rivals pounced first.
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