With attention focusing on the summer transfer window, David Amoyal predicts how likely it is that these rumoured moves actually happen.
Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain: 35 percent
It turns out that Marco Verratti may get his wish to play with Barcelona after all, only it could be a watered-down version in Paris. After completing the signing of former Barca defender Dani Alves last week, PSG's chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi is now considering paying Neymar's exorbitant exit clause worth €220 million. Neymar will have to make the final decision, he could either accept PSG's offer of a substantial raise to his wages or wait for Barcelona to make a counter-offer to keep him.
Anthony Martial to Inter Milan: 10 percent
While Manchester United have yet to meet the Nerazzurri's asking price for Ivan Perisic, the Italian club's new technical director Walter Sabatini is open to players being included in the deal. That being said, the odds that the 21-year-old French forward will be included are very low, especially when you consider how much Manchester United invested to acquire him in 2015. Inter would likely have to be the club to include financial consideration to make a swap for Perisic feasible due to Martial's age and potential. As an alternative to Martial, Manchester United could include Matteo Darmian in the deal or just decide to meet Inter's asking price of around €50m.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Manchester United: 50 percent
Largely due to his serious knee injury at the end of the season, Manchester United decided not to exercise their option to extend Ibrahimovic's contract. But there's now momentum for the Red Devils to offer him a new deal that would allow for a return to Old Trafford when he's fully rehabbed his injury by early 2018. While there's also significant interest from Major League Soccer's LA Galaxy, Manchester United have developed a great relationship with Ibrahimovic's agent Mino Raiola which could facilitate a deal that allows the Swedish striker to play part of one last season in Europe before heading to the United States.
Nemanja Matic to Juventus: 45 percent
For the second summer in a row the Bianconeri are pursuing the Serbian midfielder, who is now even more likely to leave after Tiemoue Bakayoko's arrival at Chelsea. Matic wasn't selected for the Blues' summer tour in China and at the moment his price tag has been set for around €45m. Matic has been open to a move to Serie A in the past, and considering the interest from Manchester United it's feasible that Antonio Conte would prefer to bolster his former club rather than a rival contender in the Premier League
Alex Sandro to Chelsea: 15 percent
When Juventus inquired about Nemanja Matic, Chelsea took the opportunity to request Sandro, only this time they increased their offer to €70m. But the current Serie A champions turned down the significant proposal and after already losing two defensive starters in Dani Alves and Leonardo Bonucci, it's not likely that they would let the former Porto left-back leave. Chelsea's remaining hope is that Sandro pushes for a move despite Juventus' intention to offer him a new contract with a salary in line with their top players.
Andrea Belotti to AC Milan: 50 percent
After the shocking signing of Leonardo Bonucci, Milan are looking to wrap up their summer shopping spree with a big-name striker. While Alvaro Morata, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang and Nikola Kalinic are also options, the Rossoneri continue to be in talks for Belotti. Torino are firm on their request to receive the full value of the striker's €100m exit clause, but they would accept players as part of the deal. Milan could potentially offer Gabriel Paletta and M'Baye Niang but will have to substantially increase their financial package to get the deal done.
Riyad Mahrez to Roma: 25 percent
Roma's director of football Monchi met with the player's agent Kamel Bengougam and Eduardo Macia, who now runs Leicester City's transfers, to see if there are the margins to bring the Algerian winger to Italy's capital to replace Mohamed Salah. While Mahrez appears open to the move, there's still significant distance between the offer (around €23m) and the English club's demand of €35m. Roma will continue to work on trying to bridge the gap but at the moment the deal doesn't appear to be particularly likely.
Jack Wilshere to Sampdoria: 40 percent
The Blucerchiati as they are known in Italy and their president Massimo Ferrero have shown a lot of ambition in recent transfer windows; after previously signing Samuel Eto'o, the Genoa-based club are now looking for an offensive midfielder to replace Bruno Fernandes, who recently signed with Sporting Lisbon. While they weren't able to convince Wesley Sneijder to join them, they are now negotiating with Arsenal for Wilshere. The Gunners are currently asking for €10m but Sampdoria will likely have to complete the Patrik Schick deal with Juventus to be able to increase their current bid of €7m.
Giannelli Imbula to Torino: 45 percent
After a season in which they gave up the fourth-most goals in Serie A, Torino are focused on improving defensively. The Granata have identified the Stoke midfielder as the ideal addition to Sinisa Mihajlovic's midfield, but so far have only offered Stoke City a loan deal with an option to buy set at €12m, while the English club would prefer a straight sale or a forced option to buy after the loan expires with a higher fee. In addition to issues with the formula of the transfer, Torino also face competition from Turkish giant Galatasaray to sign Imbula.
Ricardo Pereira to Tottenham: 35 percent
The Portuguese right wing-back has returned to Porto after his loan last season at Nice in Ligue 1, but he shouldn't stay there for a long. Spurs are in fact interested in him as the top target to replace Kyle Walker, freshly bought by Manchester City. Porto would like to get about €25m from the sale of the 23-year-old whose current contract ends in 2019. Tottenham will have to stave off strong competition as PSG, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have all also been linked to Pereira.