Transfer market 2021: possible last minute transfers

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European football enters crucial hours in terms of transfer market it means. And is that this Tuesday, August 31 the main competences of the Old Continent they close the pass book, so most clubs They are against the clock to ‘tie up’ their reinforcements.

Undoubtedly one of the most anticipated movements in recent hours is the possible arrival of Kylian Mbappé to Real Madrid, after the Spaniards have been negotiating with the PSG, Nevertheless, the coin is still in the air because the Parisian club is not willing to let go of its player but is for more than 200 million euros. Time is running out for You meringues they must speed up if they don’t want to be left empty-handed.

As if it were a domino effect, the possible output of Kylian Mbappé to the Madrid could wreak havoc on the Borussia Dortmund, since the PSG He would not stay with his hands crossed before the escape of his forward, so they would go for one of the last sensations of European football: Erling haaland.

In the A series the market is also hot, because the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo last minute moved all the plans of the Juventus, who would now be targeting the soccer player of the Real Madrid: Eden Hazard.

The Chelsea, current champion of the Champions League, keep opening the wallet, because it seems that the millionaire hiring of Romelu Lukaku, since now they would be aiming for the back of the Seville, Jules Kooundé, for whom they would be offering the amount of 50 million euros, according to British media.

A Mexican, in dispute

The output of Jesus Manuel Corona of Porto seems imminent in the next few hours, however, it remains to be known what his destination would be, since both Sevilla and AC Milan are bidding for the Mexican offensive. However, it is said that Italians are the ones who are giving more formality to his intention to take his club to Tecatito.

When does the transfer market close in the European leagues?

  • Premier League – closes August 31
  • LaLiga – closes August 31
  • Bundesliga – closes August 31
  • Ligue 1 – closes August 31
  • Serie A – closes August 31
  • Eredivisie – closes August 31
  • JupilerPro League (Belgium) – closes August 31
  • Primeira Liga (Portugal) – closes August 31
  • Russian Premier League – closes September 7
  • Scottish Premiership – closes August 31