Once Bayern Munich's all-time record signing, Corentin Tolisso currently finds himself out of favour in Bavaria. With persistent injury issues and just one year remaining on his contract, we look at his potential destinations and the quality that the Frenchman can still offer.
With the departure of Nuno Espirito Santo from Molineux, Bruno Lage is expected to oversee a turnover in the Wolves squad. The arrival of the highly-rated Trincao may enable one of Nuno’s success stories to leave the Midlands, Adama Traoré.
The next man to find pastures new after coming through Monchi’s conveyor belt of talent looks to be Sevilla’s Jules Koundé. With interest from Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham, where may the Frenchman move to?
In 2017, Nathan Ake moved away from Chelsea to Bournemouth in search of first team football. Since then he has gone from strength to strength as he helps the south coast club to solidify their position in the Premier League. Whilst the club may be battling to avoid relegation this season, Ake has still continued to impress and has led to some teams towards the top of the table showing an increased interest in the Dutch international defender.
An exodus in Naples appears likely after a disappointing start to the season for Napoli, which has already seen Carlo Ancelotti replaced by Gennaro Gattuso. A consequence of the Neopolitan’s poor start to the season is that De Laurentiis is rumoured to be ready to let many of the team’s star players leave the Club. One such player is centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly. Previously one of the most sought after defenders in European football, the Senegalese captain now appears free to move in the upcoming January transfer window. But where is he likely to end up?
One of the transfer sagas of the summer rumbles on as Juventus look to try and offload Paulo Dybala, a player who was seen, until recently, as one of the best players at the club. The most crucial change since then has been the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo. After dominating Italian football, Juventus have increasingly been turning their attention to trying to win the Champions League for the first time since 1995/96. Ronaldo was seen as a clear statement of intent as the Portuguese international has had repeated success in the competition, winning it 5 times with two different clubs.