There a lot of rumours this summer, but many of them seem to become real. The most interesting one is Aubameyang to Manchester City. The Citizens are looking for another title in English #Premier League this season and they certainly need another world class striker to partner Kun Aguero. Aubameyang is likely to leave Borussia Dortmund after their summer moves so far. BVB brought in Gotze and Schurrle, both of them being capable to play up front, so they won't say ''no'' if Manchester City make a good offer for Aubameyang.
Juventus are going to get 120m for Paul Pogba, as the French man is likely to return at Old Trafford. They lost Vidal and Pirlo last summer, so the Old Lady is after a top class midfielder now. Javier Mascherano is on their top list, as the Argentine is also looking for a new adventure after six years at Camp Nou. The midfielder is not a new target for Juventus, but now there are good chances to see him at Juventus Stadium.
Another very interesting transfer could be Axel Witsel to Everton, as the Toffees are looking to strenghten the squad with another Belgian player. The 27 year-old plays for Zenit St. Petersburg, but according to reports in Russia he wants another challenge. Everton need a players like Witsel after a disappointing campaign and they also have a history with Belgian players. The fee would be around £25m.
Szczesny to remain at AS Roma for another year. The Polish player is likely to be loaned out by Arsenal again and the Italians are in pole-position. Szczesny had a good season at Olimpico and he certainly want to be a starting eleven player at AS Roma than the second option at Emirates Stadium. Arsenal would pay a part of his wages.
Chelsea want Lukaku, but Everton are playing hard. The Toffees want no fewer than £75m for their in form striker. Ronald Koeman wants a striker like Lukaku at Goodison Park, but they can't refuse an offer like that. This is just a rumour and I don't see the striker returning to Stamford Bridge after what happened to him under Jose Mourinho and not only.
Galatasaray made a loan offer for Kolarov. The Serbian left back did well at Manchester City in the past few years, having a strong left foot. He will be 31 year-old in November and Manchester City won't say ''no'' if a good offer comes on the adress. Galatasaray are ready to pay €1m to loan the player for a year, paying the wages too - €2m.