15 Serie A stars for Chelsea, Arsenal, Man United and other Premier League clubs

first_img Faouzi Ghoulam (Napoli): Anyone need a left-back? – Algerian left-back Ghoulam is likely to be in demand in the summer as a number of top sides are looking to upgrade their options in that position. Atletico Madrid are eyeing his signature, as well as several Premier League clubs. Federico Bernardeschi (Fiorentina) is being monitored by Chelsea – The 23-year-old is a versatile midfielder, capable of starring in any number of positions for La Viola while retaining his impressive form – and Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is monitoring his progress. Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United are also interested in the Italy international’s services. Samir Handanovic (Inter): Liverpool to improve their goalkeeper options with bid? – Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will be keen to end their goalkeeper misery this summer and sign a no.1 worthy of holding the shirt for the whole campaign. The 32-year-old penalty saving specialist may also attract attention from Manchester City given their current predicament too. 15 Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli) has been linked with Spurs, Liverpool and Arsenal – The fleet-footed dribbler has thrilled Napoli fans this season with some stunning displays in their exciting front-three. He’s hit eight goals and six assists, and attracted interest from Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham. 15 15 15 Mauro Icardi (Inter) has been linked with Arsenal – Talented but controversial, Icardi isn’t shy about making headlines. Whether it’s from scoring one of the 16 goals he’s netted this campaign, or for riling Inter’s ultras, he’s value for money. But will Arsenal, or another team, bid enough to take him away from the San Siro? 15 Radja Nainggolan (Roma): an upgrade on Matic and Fabregas? – In recent weeks, Nainggolan has hit a hot streak in front of goal and, following five in his last four Serie A appearances, is on nine for the campaign. Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is an admirer of the tattooed talent and could make a move if he wishes to improve on Nemanja Matic or Cesc Fabregas. 15 15 15 Ivan Perisic (Inter) has been watched by Chelsea and Man United in the past – Ex-Borussia Dortmund midfielder Perisic has spent the last two seasons in Serie A and could be tempted for one shot at the Premier League as he remains near his peak. Chelsea and Manchester United are just two sides who have looked at the player in the past. 15 15 Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan) to replace David De Gea? – The 18-year-old shot-stopper has no end of admirers given his incredible talents at a very young age. Manchester United have reportedly had talks with his agent, Mino Raiola, about a possible move should they lose David De Gea in the summer. The talk in Italy is that the player will wait and see what the new owners’ plans are in Milan before committing his future to the club. Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli) is still interesting Chelsea – Chelsea moved for Senegal superstar Koulibaly last summer, offering around £50m for the rangy 25-year-old defender. They retain an interest as they look to improve on Gary Cahill and with John Terry set to leave the club. Everton and Inter also want the player but whether the Toffees can afford him is another question. 15 15 Andrea Belotti (Torino) has been linked with a big-money move to Arsenal – Belotti is a predatory finisher and if the Italian centre forward leaves Turin in the summer he could go for a lot of money. Arsenal reportedly hold interest in the strong striker, capable of scoring all manner of goals, but it seems Real Madrid are also keeping tabs as they consider replacing Karim Benzema. Either way, a bid of around £80m is being talked about as being the amount which could prise him away from Serie A. Eye-watering. Kostas Manolas (Roma) has been linked with everyone – Greek star Manolas, 25, appears on the verge of leaving the Italian capital this summer with a new contract yet to materialise. His agent claims Barcelona, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in the centre-back’s services. 15 Franck Kessie (Atalanta): Man United to bring impressive midfielder to the Prem? – Intelligent and confident on the ball in the middle of the pitch, Kessie is quickly earning a reputation in Serie A. He’s a keen learner, a manager’s dream and unsurprising is wanted by a host of top clubs including Manchester United and Chelsea. He can be a little reckless, but his driving runs through the centre are a delight. Italian football has its fair share of superstars right now and is also witnessing a new generation of talent coming through various academies across the nation.It’s no surprise then to see Premier League teams setting their sights on a number of Serie A players.Chelsea, Manchester United, and Arsenal are amongst the clubs being linked with moves for these superstars, but just who could be on the way to England?Click the right arrow above to see 15 Serie A stars who could make summer switches to the Premier League… Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus): Pep Guardiola likes him, but Chelsea are also keen – Italian superstar Bonucci signed a new deal in Turin last December but rumours still persist about his future in Serie A. Reportedly unhappy, the centre-back is wanted – unsurprisingly – by Antonio Conte at Chelsea, while Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is a known admirer of the player. 15 15 Miralem Pjanic (Juventus) has been linked with Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea – Even though the Bosnian midfielder is a fine playmaker, with the ability to unlock defences with one swing of his leg, he’s found it tough to cement his place in the Juventus first-team. If he is moved on in the summer then several clubs in England, including Arsenal, Liverpool, and Chelsea, will court him. Leandro Paredes (Roma): Two-way battle for playmaker? – Liverpool and Manchester City could also go head-to-head for Argentine midfielder Paredes as they look to strengthen their squads. The playmaker would add plenty of depth as his talent for tackling and then picking a prime pass develops.last_img

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