With nine days left in the transfer window, Premier League bosses will be doing their utmost to try to keep their prized assets at their clubs. Here are a few of the biggest names, including some Manchester United and Chelsea stars, who could still leave the English top flight in the next few days.
Tired of reading? Click through the gallery above to see 10 stars who could still leave the Premier League before the English transfer window closes, according to Transfermarkt.
The deadline for the Premier League's transfer window is 18:00 on 9 August, and after that, no side in England will be allowed to buy players, although they will still be allowed to sell footballers to certain other leagues around the world.
Five Chelsea players have been linked with moves away from the EPL – Willian, Olivier Giroud, Michy Batshuayi, Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard could all reportedly be part of a few late deals.
The Blues have rejected numerous bids from FC Barcelona for Brazil international Willian, who is also being chased by Jose Mourinho's United, while Real Madrid are said to be monitoring Courtois and Hazard very closely. France's 2018 FIFA World Cup-winning striker Giroud and Belgian frontman Batshuayi are strongly linked with Marseille and Valencia, respectively, according to Transfermarkt.
Three Red Devils stars could earn a move elsewhere – Sweden international Victor Lindelof, right-back Matteo Darmian and French winger Anthony Martial could all be on their way out the club after minimal first-team football last season, with Ligue 1 outfit Lyon, Serie A side Napoli and Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund, respectively, said to be interested in the three Old Trafford stars.
Leicester City's Nigerian attacker Ahmed Musa has been linked with a move to Saudi Arabia's Al Nasr, while Liverpool and Belgium shot-stopper Simon Mignolet is said to have, rather surprisingly, caught the interest of Barcelona, according to Transfermarkt.
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