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Possible rewritten title: Potential Premier League Exits: Which England Players Could Leave in a Whirlwind this Summer?


While West Ham skipper Declan Rice may still be closely linked with a potential move to Arsenal this summer, it looks like some of the England internationals could be embarking on a shocking European adventure.

While the Premier League may have broken a number of financial records in the last two transfer windows, the rest of Europe’s elite are expected to break the bank this summer.

While Jude Bellingham’s potential move to Spain’s Real Madrid could grab a lot of headlines, it looks like a handful of other England internationals could head overseas.

As clubs from across the continent are already planning and negotiating behind the scenes, we’ve taken a look at the English stars who could be relegated from the Premier League ahead of the 2023/24 campaign.

Harry Kane – Tottenham

While Erling Haaland may have continued to grab the attention of most Premier League headlines this season, the Norwegian record holder is not the only flamboyant superstar to have a brilliant campaign in the English top flight.

After all, making a sensational consolation blow as Tottenham suffered a 3-1 defeat at home to Brentford last weekend, Harry Kane has scored 28 Premier League goals this season and scored 12 goals in just 11 previous matches for club and national team. .

However, now that Spurs are facing the real possibility of missing out on European football entirely this month, they have yet to name a permanent replacement for Antonio Conte.

With rumors growing again that Kane is looking to start a new adventure away from north London, it’s no secret that Daniel Levy doesn’t want to sell his attacking icon to a direct Premier League rival.

While Manchester United may still have been closely linked to the blockbuster for the 29-year-old this summer, there have also been speculations that the likes of Bayer Leverkusen and PSG are keeping an eye on Kane’s situation.

Actually, TARGET It was reported last week that the French heavyweights had already contacted Kane’s representatives about a possible move to the French capital ahead of the 2023/24 campaign.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek – Chelsea

It’s no secret that the Stamford Bridge hierarchy is planning a major overhaul this summer to slash their record payroll and it looks like Ruben Loftus-Cheek is slowly getting closer to exiting west London.

In yet another attempt to secure his place in the starting lineup for Graham Potter or Frank Lampard, the 27-year-old has made just a couple of Premier League starts since March 4.

Soon to enter the final 12 months of his SW6 contract and with no sign of an extension on the horizon, it was speculated that both sides had agreed that the Chelsea academy graduate would be on his way this summer.

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano said over the weekend that Loftus-Cheek remains one of Milan’s top targets as the Italian icons plan a summer makeover following their elimination from the Champions League semi-finals last week.

Exactly the same with The keeper reporting that the denials have already taken place and are going far behind the scenes, the 10-cap international is desperate to complete a shocking move to Serie A when the window reopens.

With the deal expected to close before the end of the month, the 27-year-old will also have the opportunity to work with former Chelsea teammates Fikayo Tomori and Oliver Giroud in Milan.

Jesse Lingard – Nottingham Forest

After posting a famous 1-0 win over Arsenal over the weekend and officially extending their Premier League status, Nottingham Forest have continued to impress many over the past month.

However, after really busting the bank in the last two transfer windows and coming under the scrutiny of the public, it’s fair to say that Jesse Lingard’s move to the City Ground was a total nightmare.

Estimated to earn in the region of £120,000 a week after signing a one-year contract with returning players to the Premier League, the former Manchester United player has failed to record a top-flight strike this season.

Not even included in Steve Cooper’s squad against Arsenal at the weekend, Lingard played just three minutes after the second-half game against Tottenham Hotspur on 11 March.

With Forest reportedly making it clear they won’t be offering the 30-year-old a new deal at Nottingham, Lingard appears destined to leave the Premier League this summer.

Along with the ongoing rumors of a potential shock move to Turkey during the January transfer window, Nottingham Post Last week it was speculated that Besiktas had shown interest in the England international with 32 caps.


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