The summer transfer window is nearing its conclusion, and we have already seen several high-profile moves completed, Reelradio.com.ng reports.
But the final two weeks are set to deliver even more.
Read on as we highlight 13 transfers to watch out for in the last two weeks of the transfer window.
Mohamed Kudus – Ajax to Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton & Hove Albion are reportedly front-runners, having agreed a deal with Ajax, but they will have to be wary of interest from West Ham United and Chelsea.
Sofyan Amrabat – Fiorentina to Manchester United
Erik ten Hag could do with a player of his skill set, and if Man United successfully free up space in midfield, Sofyan Amrabat should end up on their payroll before the transfer window closes.
Benjamin Pavard – Bayern Munich to Manchester United
With Harry Maguire expected to leave, Benjamin Pavard has been identified as the man to reinforce the back line. He has also shown a willingness to join the Red Devils.
Joao Cancelo – Manchester City to Barcelona
Arsenal have also been linked with a move for the Portuguese full-back, but the Spanish champions look more likely to wrap up the transfer – albeit on a possible loan with an option to buy deal.
Nicolo Zaniolo – Galatasaray to Aston Villa
After a rollercoaster last six months, Aston Villa now seems his most likely destination, with the Villans needing more reinforcement after their opening weekend humiliation.
Marco Verratti – Paris Saint-Germain to Al-Hilal
Several European teams have been on his tail, but none with the financial power of the free-spending Saudis. They are expected to land Marco Verratti’s signature provided a suitable fee is agreed with PSG.
Dusan Vlahovic – Juventus to Chelsea
Dusan Vlahovic has been linked with a move to Chelsea, but neither he nor the Blues are particularly enthused about the possibility of a deal. The Serbian seems more likely to remain in Turin this summer.
Romelu Lukaku – Chelsea to Tottenham Hotspur
With Harry Kane leaving Tottenham Hotspur, they could look to their capital rivals for striking reinforcements.
A deal could be on the cards, but the rivalry between both clubs could scupper a potential transfer.
Harry Maguire – Manchester United to West Ham United
Harry Maguire is only a medical away from being announced as a West Ham player, at which point, Man United will be expected to sign a replacement.
Jeremy Doku – Stade Rennais to Manchester City
Following Riyad Mahrez’s departure, Man City are expected to finalise a deal to sign Jeremy Doku, with Stade Rennais manager confirming a convincing offer is on the table.
Randal Kolo Muani – Eintracht Frankfurt to PSG
Randal Kolo Muani has been identified as the man to replace Neymar, and we expect the Frenchman to join the French champions, having agreed personal terms.
Ibrahim Sangare – PSV Eindhoven to Liverpool
Having suffered a huge blow in their pursuit of Moises Caicedo, Liverpool could switch their attention to Ibrahim Sangare if their follow-up move for Romeo Lavia falls through.
Lucas Paqueta – West Ham to Man City
Despite West Ham’s stance on Lucas Paqueta’s valuation, the player has expressed a desire to join the defending champions, and a move should be completed before the transfer window closes.