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Transfer news: What Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester United and Europe’s biggest clubs are missing

Our team have written detailed articles on the transfer priorities of Europe’s biggest clubs, including an analysis of what is likely to happen with each player in the squad.

Here is a brief overview of these priorities:

AC Milan

The Serie A champions are sitting well after their incredible title run, ending an 11-year wait to return to the top of Italian football. But that doesn’t mean Stefano Piolo and company don’t have a lot of work to do to compete in Europe. Our Francesco Porzio took stock of the workforce and believes a new centre-back and Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches could be very useful.


The Gunners are having a great summer with the imminent arrival of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City. On top of that, Leicester City’s Youri Tielemans could be another creative piece in the midfield to take this team to the next level. Our James Benge take a look.


If FC Barcelona wants to do anything this season, it will largely depend on their ability to recruit Robert Lewandowski. Without him, they have a team capable of winning the Copa del Rey. With him, there’s no reason why they can’t win La Liga and potentially contest the Champions League. Roger González took a look what this talent-rich, if lacking in depth, squad really needs.

Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich are proceeding as if Lewandowski isn’t leaving, but they’ve signed Sadio Mane from Liverpool just in case. If they manage to keep the Polish superstar, they are sure to compete in the Champions League. Our Jonathan Johnson offers an in-depth look on the Bavarian giants.


Romelu Lukaku’s failed experiment is over, and the team is now tied to companies like Raphinha and… Raheem Sterling. But where they really need to look is in central defense with the departures of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen. Our resident Chelsea fan, Adi Joseph, presents the situation.


The Coppa Italia champions are set to loan out Lukaku, it seems. This partnership with Lautaro Martinez is what allowed them to win the Scudetto two seasons ago. Although they need to add some depth in defense, they are in a good position to fight. Porzio looks at the case of the Nerazzurri.and Paulo Dybala could also arrive.


Paul Pogba is ready to return and will stabilize the midfield, while the attack needs some depth with little else apart from Dusan Vlahovic and Federico Chiesa. Angel di Maria appears to be a possible free transfer. A dwindling 2021/22 season means the pressure is higher than ever for Massimo Allegri. Porzio reviews the Turin club.


The Reds did not wait for Mané to leave to bring in his replacement in Uruguayan sensation Darwin Nunez. The former Benfica player is a true number 9 with incredible potential. Although this could have an impact on the style of the team, Benge believes that Developing this frontline will be key to the team’s success under Jurgen Klopp..

Manchester City

This season could well be when Manchester City win the Champions League. I know, you’ve been told this many times in the past, but now they have more of a chance than ever. That’s what happens when you have the best young striker in the world in Erling Haaland, and no one will be surprised if he scores 30 goals next season for his new club. They’re deep all over, and while staying healthy will be key, our Chuck Booth examines how they only get stronger.

Manchester United

The Red Devils are in limbo. They haven’t signed a single player yet, and they only officially lost Nemanja Matic on a free transfer. Now they are set to lose Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard and Edinson Cavani on free transfers, so we have an already poor squad losing chunks. They need to make some serious moves soon. Booth take a look at what will make them contenders..


After keeping Kylian Mbappé despite nearly losing him to Real Madrid, PSG once again find themselves with an incredibly deep squad that will be considered a total failure if they don’t conquer Europe. Neymar’s future is uncertain, Lionel Messi is hoping to produce more than he did in his debut season, and the club expects to be a contender in Europe once again. It remains to be seen whether they will be up to it when necessary. jonathan johnson examine the Parisians.

real Madrid

Mbappe hasn’t arrived but the reigning European champions have added former young AS Monaco superstar Aurelien Tchouameni. Although some may feel that their journey to the European Championship title was a bit of a fluke due to the fact that they were outclassed numerous times in the knockout stage, they were at the height when it mattered most. They have the best player in the world in Karim Benzema, and they have once again secured a coveted free agent in Rudiger. Their 15th world championship title could be within reach. Gonzalez takes a look at Los Blancos and what they need to add.


Antonio Conte has transformed this team from a Europa League club into a Champions League participant. Now he must build on what he has accomplished. They added Ivan Perisic but more pieces will be needed to end the trophy drought. Booth provides an update on Spurs ahead of a highly anticipated 2022-23 season..


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