1. Samuel Umtiti (Barcelona)
2. Matthijs De Ligt (Ajax Amsterdam)
The cost of Lig Ligt may be up to 70 million euro, but Barca is not careful as it is thought to be the most worthy fan of Gerard Pique.
3. Milan Skriniar (Inter Milan)
De Ligt to Barca could also influence the future of another inner-back Skriniar. Slovakia joined Inter Milan from Sampdoria for just 28 million euros in the summer of 2017 and currently has 60 million euros (Transfermarkt) on it.
4. Raphael Varane (Real Madrid)
It's because Real needs to buy a back yard because Varane is ensuring they'll leave them. French overseer may not be a protective leader like Sergio Ramos but at the age of 25 it may replace the person quickly.
Varane, however, cannot live longer. Varane is very careful to go away. If Real is making discounts, it gets promotion and new circumstances. If not, many teams are willing to go on a rug to ask them to come back.
5. Harry Maguire (Leicester Town)
Man United is one of the teams who have a strong interest in Varane. However, if he cannot get the French-medium player, the Red Devils will turn to Maguire.
The English player was included in the summer summer list Jose Mourinho in 2018 but failed because of the price of 87 million which Leicester gave. He has recently signed a new contract with the Fox until 2023 and still plays well with this season and so it is difficult to reduce the movement fee.
6. Diego Godin (Atletico Madrid)
M.U is surrounded in the middle bar of the park and they will be disappointed if they were more aggressive to attract Diego Godin at Atletico. The Uruguayan is 33 years old but is still one of the world's finest midfielders.
The M.U and Juventus still want you but Godin may agree to change it to Inter Milan. Interim Chief Executive, Beppe Marotta, agreement with Godin in January.
7. Stefan Savic (Atletico Madrid)
Godin might also have left another midfielder Wanda Metropolitano in the summer months. He was Stefan Savic. The 28-year-old has started in Fiorentina before being captured in City City. He discovered Atletico which is in Juventus views. However, the Old Woman will not notify Savic unless they can buy the highest targets.
8. Ruben Dias (Benfica)
Savic is a crisis plan that Juventus Dias cannot buy. The 21-year-old is emerging as one of Benfica's most precious jewelery. The Juventus players need to be revived when three Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli are preparing to go back when Daniele Rugani has not grown as expected. But the Italian team must compete with Man United for this ambition.
9. Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham Hotspur)
If the United is not for much money on enterprise capital, they can turn to Tottenham's dub. Chairman Daniel Levy is an "old fox" in the mobile market and it is not easy to buy people. But Alderweireld and Vertonghen will end their contracts by 2020, with only a table of 30 million euros purchased.
He is already at 30, and the two Belgians are going to be with a fantastic team to win big titles.
10. Kostas Manolas (AS Roma)
A parkman has the same situation as Alderweireld and Vertonghen of Manolas de Roma. Now 27 years old he might not want to stay with the Europa League Roma. It is not a very hot name but the Greek player is a medium sized choice with M.U or Juventus where only the purchase rate is 36 million between them.
11. Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli)
If not, Manolas, M.U and Juventus must spend three times in support of Aurelio De Laurentiis, Naples, to release Kalidou Koulibaly. Just in the summer, he turned the Chelsea offer of 70 million euro. And maybe this summer, it could be breaking the world's highest level of 87 million euro for a Virgil van Dijk middle ranger.
12. Jerome Boateng & Mats Hummels (Bayern Munich)
Previously it was thought that both Boateng and Hummels would break the entry point for the middleway. But they don't break out at Bayern and they were banned by Joachim Loew's coach in Germany.
Gray has introduced Benjamin Pavard and Lucas Hernandez and they can play very well at the center, so you have the great chance of selling the German duo. At the age of 30, they can still make a valuable contribution to many clubs.