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The transfer market for this summer is heating up and clubs are squeezing themselves to bid and make buys despite the fact that the coronavirus pandemic has hugely affected the revenue of clubs across the world.

In the last 24 hours, here are the hottest transfer speculations that are making the rounds:

David Alaba transfer to Chelsea

David Alaba transfer to Chelsea
David Alaba

The Australian left-back has joined the long list of players Chelsea football club are extremely interested in. The 28-year-old defender currently plays for German Bundesliga side Bayern Munich.

David Alaba’s market valuation is put at about €52 million and his current contract with Bayern Munich will expire in June 2021.

This season, Alaba has played for the Bundesliga side 36 times, scoring a goal and making two assists in all competitions.

Adama Traore to Liverpool:

Adama Traore to Liverpool:

Liverpool is reportedly interested in the signature of Spanish right winger Adama Traore who currently plays for Premier League club Wolves. The contract of the 24-year-old winger will expire in 2023. His current transfer market valuation is about €25 million.

This season, he has played for Wolves 45 times, scoring 6 goals and making 12 assists in all competitions.

Dominik Szoboszlai transfer to Arsenal or AC Milan

Dominik Szoboszlai transfer to Arsenal or AC Milan
Dominik Szoboszlai

Arsenal and AC Milan are reportedly battling for the signature of Hungarian midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai. The 19-year-old left midfielder currently plays for Red Bull Salzburg. His contract with his current club will expire in 2022 and his market valuation is about €14 million.

This season, the teenager has played 37 times for his Bundesliga club, scoring 10 goals and making 16 assists in all competitions.

Philippe Coutinho Transfer saga

Philippe Coutinho Transfer saga
Philippe Coutinho

At the end of this season, Philippe Coutinho’s loan deal with Bayern Munich will expire and the German club is not ready to keep him. His parent club, Barcelona are not also interested in having him back.

Hence, there are reports that his agent, Kia Joorabchian, is working on taking the attacking midfielder to Arsenal this summer. But it will be difficult to imagine that Arsenal would want to pay for his market value of €56 million.

This season, the former Liverpool star has played 32 times for Bayern Munich, mostly as a sub. In those games, he has managed to score 9 goals and has made 8 assists in all competitions.

Willian Transfer Saga

Willian
Willian

Chelsea’s star, Willian is still very unsettled at the club. He failed to sign a two years deal that Chelsea football club offered him earlier in the year. The 31-year-old Brazilian wants a three year deal or nothing from Chelsea which is against the club’s policy.

According to Frank Lampard, the manager of the club, Chelsea doesn’t offer players who are 30 years and above more than a season contract. But because the club believes in him, he was offered a two-year contract which he refused to sign.

However, there are speculations that Arsenal football club was making plans to offer him a £250,000-a-week contract before the coronavirus pandemic forced football to a halt and affected the club’s revenue.

Raul Jimenez and his Transfer Valuation

Raul Jimenez
Raul Jimenez

Raul Jimenez is one of the shining lights at Wolves and some of the biggest clubs in Europe want to snatch him up from the Premier League club. Some of such clubs are Juventus and Manchester United.

Hence, there are speculations that Wolves are planning to place a huge transfer valuation on the Mexican striker to scare his suitors away.

Josh Adam to Manchester City

Josh Adam to Manchester City
Josh Adam

Manchester City are about to snatch Celtic football club brightest academy youngster Josh Adam from the club.

The 16-year-old Scotland midfielder has not played for the senior team of the club and has not played for Scotland senior national team. He has only recorded 3 matches for Scotland under-16 in 2018.

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