With the end of the season not far away, we take a look at five world-class footballers who could be on the move in the next transfer window, including Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo.
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The Portuguese superstar is believed to be keen on a move away from Real Madrid, and it has also been reported that the club are willing to let the 31-year-old go for the right price. Ronaldo has been linked with a return to Manchester United, but PSG might spoil the Red Devils' hopes by making a mega bid for the attackerr.
The Brazilian has been heavily linked with Paris Saint-Germain this past week, with Neymar's agent suggesting that all footballers dream of living and playing in France. Despite FC Barcelona's unwillingness to sell the player, he is yet to sign a new deal at the club, and has openly discussed interest from other teams in the past.
The Frenchman has been the target of Europe's biggest clubs for the past couple of seasons, with Juventus doing all they possibly can do hold on to their star midfielder. Pogba is one of the world’s best young midfield talents, and has constantly been linked with clubs such as Real Madrid, Manchester City and Barcelona.
After it was announced that Pep Guardiola would be joining City next season, rumours immediately abounded, linking Toure with a move away from the club due to his fallout with the Spaniard at the Camp Nou. The Ivorian reportedly wants to remain in England, but his agent has insisted that his client will not play for another team in the Premier League. Toure has been heavily linked with Inter Milan.
The Colombian has not been a favourite at Real this season, and has actually featured less under Zinedine Zidane than he did for Rafael Benitez. There have been reports that Rodriguez could seek a move away from Los Blancos, with interest reportedly coming from England. The attacking midfielder has been linked with Manchester United and Chelsea.
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