Donnarumma, Bonucci, Mbappe and Sanchez feature in our best XI that could be on the move this summer

Following another week of frenzied transfer speculation, we have put together a team of stars that could be on the move this summer.

Have we missed anyone from our one to eleven who you would have liked to have seen included in this line-up?

There’s plenty of big names and big moves which could well happen in the coming days.

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CLUB: AC Milan



The AC Milan wantaway goalkeeper is expected to leave AC Milan after informing the club that he will not sign a new contract and extend his current deal which expires at the end of 2018.

The 19-year-old is one of the world’s brightest young talents and is expected to sign for Real Madrid, with Keylor Navas coming under heavy scrutiny for his inconsistent form between the sticks last season.

Donnarumma’s agent, Mino Raiola, is known for getting his clients exactly what they want and a lucrative contract at the Bernabeu is highly likely this transfer window.

Gianluigi Donnarumma.

San Siro star: Donnarumma.


CLUB: Juventus



The Brazil international has emerged as a key target for Chelsea as they look to create competition for Marcos Alonso at left wing-back.

The 26-year-old, who has three years left on his current deal at Juventus, is considered a vital cog in Massimiliano Allegri’s side.

He was impressive during Juve’s treble-winning campaign, scoring three goals and providing five assists in 43 appearances.

Alex Sandro.

In demand: Sandro.


CLUB: Juventus

INTERESTED CLUBS: Manchester City, Chelsea


The Juventus star has established himself as one of Europe’s finest defenders and has attracted serious interest from both Manchester City and Chelsea.

With uncertainty over the future of Nicolas Otamendi, Pep Guardiola needs a major overhaul in central defence – an area which caused City problems last term.

The Italian international has made it clear in the past that he is happy at the Old Lady – where he is under contract until 2021 – but a move to the Premier League and the prospect of working under Guardiola or former boss Antonio Conte would be difficult to turn down.

Leonardo Bonucci.

Hard man in defence: Bonucci.


CLUB: Southampton

INTERESTED CLUBS: Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal


The lure of playing Champions League football is likely to convince the unhappy Dutchman to leave St. Mary’s this summer.

Chelsea and Manchester City are chasing his signature with the Sky Blues in pole position as Guardiola is desperate to add reinforcements to his defence ahead of the new season.

The 25-year-old was outstanding for the Saints last campaign, making 39 appearances in all competitions.

Virgil van Dijk.

Dutch defender: Van Dijk.


CLUB: Monaco

INTERESTED CLUBS: Manchester City, Chelsea


Benjamin Mendy has emerged as one of Manchester City’s main targets this summer as Guardiola steps up his plans to sign two new full-backs.

The highly-rated Frenchman, who can play on either the left or right side of defence, was a star in Monaco’s run to the Champions League semi-final and Ligue 1 title conquest.

The 23-year-old is contracted to the French Riviera side until 2021 but has reportedly made it clear he wants to play in the Premier League.

Benjamin Mendy.

Monaco man: Mendy.


CLUB: Monaco

INTERESTED CLUBS: Manchester United and Manchester City


The Brazilian helped Leonardo Jardim’s side to Ligue 1 title success last term and has no shortage of admirers after a string of stunning performances in the Champions League.

The versatile 23-year-old is reportedly happy at the French champions, but with Manchester United and Manchester City front runners to land his signature, it will be difficult to turn down the opportunity to line up at one of the biggest clubs in the world.


From Monaco to Manchester? Fabinho.



INTERESTED CLUBS: Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester United, Bayern Munich


Verratti has been at the centre of PSG’s exploits this season, and after five seasons in the French capital, it looks like the Italian is headed for an exit this summer.

Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Chelsea have set their sights on the midfield supremo, with Carlo Ancelotti publicly saying he is the ideal candidate to fill their midfield vacancy for the new season.

The 26-year-old’s ability to pull the strings in possession would trouble any of the toughest defences in the world.

Marco Verratti.

Key man in midfield: Verratti.


CLUB: Monaco



Another of Monaco’s marquee names is rumoured to be heading to the Premier League, with Arsenal in pole position to sign him.

The 21-year-old winger has been an integral part of Jardim’s side, scoring nine goals and providing 10 assists in 34 games during the 2016-17 campaign.

His cultured left boot is among the best in Europe and his ability to slip infield when starting on the left, is a decisive factor in teeing up goals for his attacking teammates.

Thomas Lemar.

Constant threat: Lemar.


CLUB: Arsenal

INTERESTED CLUBS: Chelsea, Manchester City, PSG, Bayern Munich


The prolific Chilean striker was the key man for Arsenal last season but, having stalled on a new contract, he looks set to leave as there is no Champions League football at the Emirates in 2017/18.

The Gunners have reportedly offered a new contract in excess of £300,000 per week, but the 28-year-old looks set for a move away from north London with Bayern Munich, PSG and City among the leading candidates to secure his signature.

Sanchez scored 24 goals and provided 10 assists in 36 Premier League games last term and was the standout performer in their FA Cup triumph.

Alexis Sanchez.

Main man; Sanchez.


CLUB: Lyon



The Lyon forward could be on his way to the Premier League next season, with Arsenal heavily interested in securing his signature.

Lacazette was instrumental last time out, scoring 35 goals in 44 outings.

For the Frenchman, a move away from his boyhood club will prove difficult, but he may feel that it is the right time to prove his talents in a bigger league.

Alexandre Lacazette.

Is now the time to move? Lacazette.


CLUB: Monaco

INTERESTED CLUBS: Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Real Madrid, PSG


The Frenchman is inevitably going to be the next most expensive footballer in the world, with rumours of a fee in excess of £104 million to attain his signature.

Mbappe was an inspirational presence for the French Rivera side last season, scoring 26 goals and creating eight assists in 46 games.

Although a move to the Premier League or Real Madrid will happen at some point over the next 12 months, perhaps it would suit the 19-year-old better to stay at Monaco for another season to further his development.

If he was to sign for Real Madrid, for example, he will have to deal with restricted game time and the pressure of having to perform when thrown in sporadically against the big clubs.

Kylian Mbappe.

Man of the moment: Mbappe.