The European transfer window is open and there are A-list players in demand and whose futures are uncertain.
It is officially that time of the year that will be mulled by transfer rumors.
With more African players In Europe like never before, Africa is poised to be at the centre stage of huge transfers and bidding wars amongst Europe’s elite.
Many African players have had amazing seasons in their respective clubs, therefore, garnering a lot of interest in various top sides.
Here are some notable names expected to make big moves this summer;
The Moroccan international is expected to be on the move yet again after another exceptional league campaign. The flying right back registered 7 goals and 8 assists to help Inter Millan end a 10-year league title drought.
The defender, who is exceptional on both ends of the pitch has attracted serious interest from Chelsea and PSG. Both sides are said to have launched a bid to get the priced former Madridista.
His current side is in financial turmoil hence slapped an 80 million euro price tag to make switch allegiance. Should that move materialize it will be among the most expensive deals involving an African player.
A cloud of uncertainty surrounding his future will be put to bed if numerous reports are anything to go by. Various British media companies are reporting that the Zambian is on the verge of completing a move that will see him join Leicester city.
Daka finished the season with an astounding tally of 34 goals being crowned the league’s top scorer and player of the season.
Despite not being short of suitors, a move to the premier league sounds too good to resist. He’ll join a forward line that has another African goal machine in Kelechi Iheanacho.
With Vardy being in his sunset years Daka is poised to play an integral role in the Foxes push for a champions league spot yet again.
It is no doubt that Kamaldeen Sulemana has been Africa’s break out star this season. The powerful young forward has had a blistering campaign in the Danish top-flight league notching 10 goals and 8 assists.
The 19-year old has seen a host of clubs interested in his signature with Ajax and Manchester United being favourites to land. The wonder kid surprised many by how quickly he settled in a new environment after making his move from Ghanaian academy Right to Dream.
Reports suggest that Nordsjaelland, his current side would be tempted by a 15 million (Euros) offer.
Having done business with Ajax before, Kamaldeen Sulemana’s next stop leans more towards the Dutch champions.