2022’s January Transfer Window Predictions: Top 5 Targets
It looks like this January’s transfer window could be the busiest for several years. As 2022’s transfer window rapidly approaches, it looks like some of the biggest stars in Europe will be transferring between clubs.
Here, we look at the top 5 targets that you might want to bet on.
Kylian Mbappe could be more highly sought after than any other player at present. During the same, Paris Saint Germain refused to allow him to leave, but with his contract ending in June of 2022, he’ll have the freedom to sign with the team of his choice. PSG may accept an attractive offer, with Real Madrid the most likely club to bring this young talent on board.
This forward from Norway has been a highly coveted player for several seasons. From the summer of 2022, he has an impressive 75 million Euro release clause, which would make him a costly jewel. Several top clubs have already been associated with him, including Barcelona. Now that Borussia Dortmund has left the Champions League early, the striker could be transferred in January rather than at the season’s end.
A player who may be leaving Real Madrid is Cristiano Ronaldo’s replacement, Eden Hazard, who hasn’t performed anywhere near as promisingly as had been hoped. The latest rumours suggest he may go back to England, but Lille, his former club, may also be interested in having him back one day.
Sergino Dest is another player who may be transferred to bring Barcelona’s cash. The full-back for USMNT hasn’t taken up quite as expected. Also, his many injuries could see him leaving the team. Already, Chelsea has prepared their offer of 30 million Euros for this American player, so he’ll likely be departing Barcelona very soon, particularly since Dani Alves has already been brought in.
Martial may be leaving Old Trafford sooner than anticipated, since the Frenchman appears to have decided he’s had enough of Man U. Many clubs would be interested in taking this player on, including Atletico Madrid, Juventus, Sevilla, Arsenal, Newcastle, and Barcelona.