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European market set alight by No. 9s

2017-06-09 09:56:12 | Author: | Source:Marca
Abstract: It's only June and yet already it's the strikers who are setting the tone of this summer's transfer market, namely Kylian Mbappe, Diego Costa, Romelu Lukaku, Alvaro Morata, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Andrea Belotti.



It's only June and yet already it's the strikers who are setting the tone of this summer's transfer market, namely Kylian Mbappe, Diego Costa, Romelu Lukaku, Alvaro Morata, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Andrea Belotti.


With Chelsea set to do away with Costa and sign Everton man Lukaku, Real Madrid could also let Morata go and replace him with Monaco starlet Mbappe as the continent's top clubs shuffle their pack.


MBAPPÉ

   Mbappe in the UCL (Geotagged)


Linked with Los Blancos, the French youngster would be an ideal replacement should Gareth Bale be forced out the door although Zinedine Zidane is hesitant.


Furthermore, any deal would cost upwards of 100 million euros.


DIEGO COSTA

   Costa at Wembley (Geotagged)


Will the Brazilian-Spaniard leave Chelsea? He claims Antonio Conte has sent him a message to detail how he's not wanted at Stamford Bridge next season.


A move to Atletico Madrid seems likely but is complicated by the FIFA ban on transfers given to Los Colchoneros, with AC Milan lined up as an alternative destination.


MORATA

  Morata scores for Spain (Geotagged)


Potentially able to come in for Costa at Chelsea, Morata is also sought by Manchester United and Milan. However the Real striker is unsure about leaving Madrid despite a lack of game time. 


LUKAKU

   Lukaku's best bits (Geotagged)


Perhaps the question isn't who but how much for the Belgian, with Chelsea seemingly in control of his fate.


Everton are said to be asking for 100m euros but the Premier League champions would hope for 80m to 90m euros as a maximum.


BELOTTi

   Belotti's hat-trick vs. Bologna


Yet another striker, yet another nine figure fee. Torino are demanding 100m euros for the talented hitman and United supposedly see him as the back-up option to Morata, should that bid fail.


AUBAMEYANG

   Auba does the business (Geotagged)


While the Borussia Dortmund top scorer would like to one day move to Real Madrid, it's PSG heavily linked with his name this time around and after Maximilian Philipp was brought into BVB, a fee of 70m euros may be enough to sign Aubameyang.