Who could be the largest transfers next window?

With a lot of clubs needing strengthening, and a lot of big name players in perhaps uncertain situations at their own clubs, we could see some absolutely massive transfers in the next transfer window. That's because of a number of factors, but there are always some big transfers. Could this window see some of the biggest? While not all of these will come off, we could be in for a lot of rumours and potentially a lot of money flying about.

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We're going to look at some of the biggest players who could move in the next window. Some might be more likely than others. We'll also look at who they might go to, and who could afford them. So who might be the biggest transfers for next season's window?


Neymar could be the biggest transfer of them all if it happens. And it actually looks more likely to happen than some of the other names on this list. Neymar was already part of one of the biggest transfers in history, and he could be part of the next one. He hasn't really settled and might want to move on from PSG soon, especially if he wants to have a better chance of winning in Europe.

There's talk of Real Madrid being interested in Neymar, but he could also return to his former club Barcelona.

Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale has been rumoured to move back to the EPL for a while now, after being unsettled in Madrid. He's gone big wages, and doesn't look like wanting to take a paycut, so few teams could afford him.

There's some talk of him moving back to Spurs, and Man Utd have also been rumoured to be interested in the past. But if those clubs aren't willing to stump up the cash, Bale could move to a team in the Chinese league.

Jack Grealish

If Villa go down, they might lose their best player and captain, Jack Grealish. He's actually been one of the best players in the league this season. Man Utd are rumoured to be highly interested.

Harry Kane

Spurs won't want to lose their biggest name player, Harry Kane, but he's been rumoured to be close to moving away for a while. He'll be expensive, but he might feel now is the time to move if he wants to start winning trophies.

Who could he move to? Man Utd or Real Madrid. Both could do with a striker and can probably afford the massive fee that might be required to sign England's captain.

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Mo Salah

This one would be a surprise transfer, but it could happen. Real Madrid or Barcelona would be the obvious teams to make the move.

Kylian Mbappe

One reason Liverpool might be willing to let Salah go is if they can manage to sign Mbappe. There have been a few rumours of their interest, but this would obviously be a massive transfer and one that PSG will try to resist. This isn't the most likely transfer on this list, but it could happen.

James Maddison

James Maddison has impressed for Leicester and been central in their drive towards the Champions League qualification places. Could he move to someone like Man City, Man Utd, or Chelsea?

Leo Messi

This might be the biggest transfer of them all, but it is obviously less likely to happen than some of the others. Who could afford his wages? Maybe Man City will try to buy him so he can be reunited with Pep Guardiola. However, City might have a transfer ban so this could be unlikely