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Big Names Set To Leave EPL In Summer: Everything You Should Know

Big Names Set To Leave EPL In Summer: Everything You Should Know

Transfer window is fast approaching and big names are set to leave English Premier League in big-money deals or on a free transfer. Transfer rumours have been flying around and while there are still such speculations, we wanted to piece up all the information out there. But before we look at that, make the most of TVG promo code by placing a bet on your favourite sports.

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Leroy Sane Sane's Form To Prompt Contract Talks

The first half of 2019/20 season has seen Leroy Sane sidelined because of an injury. But despite his prospects of returning to Pep Guardiola’s starting eleven, it should not be lost to memory that the Manchester city playmaker was set to leave Etihad at the beginning of the season. Yet again, Sane is edging close to making his dream move to Bayern Munich, a deal he nearly signed 12 months ago. As things stand now, Leroy’s move to Germany is as close as done. Meanwhile, you can use this casino bonus offer to stake on your favourite games.

Oliver Giroud

Since switching to the bridge from Emirates, Oliver Giroud has been less than impressive. It is said that the French striker whose carrier has been less than stellar in the last 12 months dues to recurring injuries has agreed to a switch Inter Milan. It appears Antonio Conte is relentless is signing some of the top names in EPL to help him clinch Serie A title.  According to papers, Giroud is reportedly ready to take a pay cut if that is what it would take to actualize a move to Inter Milan.

Alexis Sanchez premier-leagues-biggest-mistakes-too-expensive

Alexis Sanchez always set everyone’s hopes high but since switching to Old Trafford, his performance has undergone a steady decline. After a loan move to Inter Milan, the Chilean playmaker is staring at a bleak future at Old Trafford. From recurring injuries to less than impressive performances, it is unlikely that Manchester United will renew renege on their loan agreements. Given Sanchez high wages, Ed Woodward wouldn’t wish to persist with a player who has returned no value for high wages.

Paul Pogba

Despite Paul Pogba expressing his interest to play alongside Bruno Fernandez, it is not lost to Reds supporters that the French playmaker said he needs new challenges. Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus have always been at the forefront, angling for Pogba’s signature.  While Manchester United manager has always exuded confidence Pogba will stay, anything can happen going forward. Pogba look set to find challenges elsewhere if Old Trafford will decline his interest given his shaky performances in recent past. Pogba has not impressed much despite costing the Red Devils a fortune.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Reportedly, the gunners have pulled the plug on contract extension talks with Aubameyang, which means the Gabonese goal scorer is mulling his exit from the Emirates stadium.  Despite winning the golden boot last season, Aubameyang has in recent past expressed his desire to leave Arsenal with potential destinations being Manchester United and Inter Milan. Inter Milan appears to be the frontrunners in signing the striker with papers reporting ongoing contract talks with the Italian side.

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