With attention focusing on the summer transfer window, David Amoyal predicts how likely it is these rumoured moves actually happen.
Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United: 25 percent
The annual rumors of CR7's potential return to Old Trafford have resurfaced after the emergence of the recent tax scandal. Should Ronaldo leave Real Madrid the two likeliest destinations are Paris Saint-Germain, willing to give Florentino Perez a blank check for the striker, and Manchester United -- the player's preferred destination. In fact, Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes has been asked to pursue the United option before all others should there be more momentum for a sale. Real Madrid are however determined to keep Ronaldo, and in recent years we have seen them give their biggest star a raise after similar rumors emerged -- at this point in time that is still the likeliest outcome.
Gianluigi Donnarumma to Real Madrid: 35 percent
Last week, AC Milan announced that the 18-year-old goalkeeper would not be extending his contract at the club, and while since then there have been reports that the parties could be returning to the negotiation table, Milan runs the risk of losing arguably their most valuable asset for free next year to Juventus. Should Milan decide to cash in now, Real Madrid has the advantage of being Donnarumma's preferred destination while Paris Saint-Germain has also made him a very lucrative offer. In a recent press conference, Florentino Perez confirmed Real Madrid's interest in the keeper and should he make an adequate offer, Milan may reconsider their stance that the player is off the market.
Dani Alves to Manchester City: 65 percent
The Brazilian right back has been on his way out at Juventus for the past few weeks. Even before the Champions League final, Dani Alves' entourage offered him to Chelsea and now Pep Guardiola is pushing for a reunion with the right-back at Manchester City. Juventus has agreed to rescind Dani Alves' contract which still had one year left on the deal that they had signed him to last summer on a free transfer.
Douglas Costa to Juventus: 55 percent
The Brazilian winger is at the top of the Bianconeri's wish list for the summer transfer window, and the urgency to sign him has only increased with Dani Alves -- who played as an offensive winger in the Champions League -- on his way out. The six-time defending Serie A champions have reached an agreement with Douglas Costa's agent after a meeting at the club's headquarters last week, and now are working on lowering Bayern Munich's asking price of around €50m. Juventus are banking on their good relationship with the Bundesliga champions after the Arturo Vidal, Kingsley Coman and Medhi Benatia deals.
Tiemoue Bakayoko to Chelsea: 35 percent
According to reports in France, Chelsea are interested in signing the young Monaco midfielder. The Blues have offered €30m to the Ligue 1 champions which is still far less than the asking price of least €40m. Bakayoko has a contract running until 2019 but the discussions on a renewal have stalled. Bakayoko would rather get a transfer to Chelsea than PSG who are also interested, as he recently stated "I couldn't leave for the team that finished last season behind Monaco after we won the title, even if I grew up in Paris and have been one of their fans".
Francesco Acerbi to Galatasaray: 45 percent
the 29-year-old centre-back was heavily linked to Leicester City last January, but decided to stay to help Sassuolo avoid relegation. With his contract set to expire in 2018, Acerbi has already stated he's played his last game at the Mapei Stadium. While Galatasaray is expected to send representatives to Italy to negotiate directly with Sassuolo, they have yet to meet the asking price of €12m -- should the meeting not be successful, clubs from the Premier League or Roberto Mancini's Zenit St Petersburg could enter the race for Acerbi.
Alexandre Lacazette to Arsenal: 35 percent
The French forward has a lot of suitors but among them, Atletico Madrid and Arsenal tend to be the likeliest destinations. Atletico are banned from making any transfer this summer though, which would postpone his arrival to January and Lacazette will have to weigh whether this potential delay would hurt his standing with the French national team. Arsenal are also in the race and have the advantage of being able to sign Lacazette immediately while also having the option of offering Olivier Giroud in return in a potential deal.
Mario Lemina to Arsenal: 30 percent
After struggling to find consistent playing time for the past two seasons in Turin, the Gabonese midfielder is likely leaving Juventus this summer despite still having three years left on his contract. Arsenal are amongst the teams interested, and are banking on the fact that Lemina stated he would prefer to avoid returning to his former club Marseille or their rivals Lyon -- Watford are also in the race and they could guarantee him the most playing time.
Ever Banega to Everton: 30 percent
Last week, Everton's sporting director Steve Walsh travelled to Italy where he met with both AC Milan and Inter. While numerous players were discussed including M'Baye Niang, Everton are particularly interested in the former Sevilla midfielder, Banega. Inter would be open to selling Banega for around €12m to help address their Financial Fair Play issues and in addition to Everton, there's also interest from Espanyol, who are looking for a discount on the asking price, however.
Djibril Sidibe to Premier League: 35 percent
The right wing-back is the latest Monaco player in the transfer news headlines. Reports in both France and England have linked Sidibe to Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City and his value has been estimated at around €30m. In the meantime, Monaco have made the signing of Jordy Gaspar official last Friday -- it remains to be seen if the former Lyon defender will be Sibibe's replacement or backup.