The list will contain said transfer target’s current situation, potential suitors and expected cost.
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Schedule:
  • Monday: 50-41
  • Tuesday: 40-31
  • Wednesday: 30-21
  • Thursday: 20-11
  • Friday: 10-1

50: FABIO SILVA (FC Porto)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
Silva, 18, is considered Portugal’s best emerging talent and it is little wonder: he is the youngest player to play for the Dragons, and their youngest-ever scorer. Such is the regard he is held in, the club tied him to a long-term contract with the release clause set at €125 million..
WHO IS INTERESTED?
Real Madrid, Liverpool, Juventus, Inter Milan and, surprisingly, Atletico Madrid, who see him forming a deadly partnership with his compatriot Joao Felix. All of the aforementioned clubs believe that they can lowball Porto, who are said to be in financial trouble needing somewhere in the region of €100 million this summer to shore up their finances.
ESTIMATED COST: £50-70m

49: IVAN RAKITIC (FC BARCELONA)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
It is near-certain that Rakitic will leave Barca this summer - the Croatian has struggled for playing time under first Ernesto Valverde and then Quique Setien, and with his contract set to expire in 2021, Barca will try to sell this summer rather than lose him for nothing the following year.
WHO IS INTERESTED?
The 32-year-old wants a new challenge, so a player of his pedigree could be available at the relative knockdown price of £25 million, or possibly even less given some recent reports have suggested that there has been a lack of interest in his services. Inter Milan were said to be monitoring his situation last summer but signed Christian Eriksen in January. Recent reports have suggested that former club Sevilla are interested in a reunion whilst Barcelona are considering Rakitic as part of a swap-deal to bring Matteo Guendouzi from north London to Spain.
ESTIMATED COST: £15-25M

48: JONATHAN IKONÉ (LILLE)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
Lille are masters at extracting huge transfer fees for their players, having raised a combined £135m from the sales of Nicolas Pépé, Rafael Leao and Thiago Mendes to Arsenal, AC Milan and Lyon respectively. Jonathan Ikoné could be the latest player to help fill the club’s coffers. The forward, 22, has struggled to sustain the performance level that drew wide admirers last season but made his debut for the French national team in September and his stock remains high.
WHO IS INTERESTED?
Recent reports have suggested that the frontrunners for Ikone are now Borussia Dortmund. The German giants are exploring options to replace Jadon Sancho if he were to leave and they have reportedly identified Ikone.
ESTIMATED COST: £35-45M

47: WILLIAN (CHELSEA)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
Willian was sensational for Chelsea when football returned from its suspension, however it doesn’t seem as if that was enough to win him a new deal. Willian is looking for the security of a multi-year deal and right now it doesn’t look as if Chelsea are going to offer him that. After all they will have a fully fit Callum Hudson-Odoi next season along with new signings Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech to go with Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic in the wide areas.

Chelsea's Brazilian midfielder Willian celebrates scoring the opening goal during the English FA Cup fifth round football match between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in London on March 3, 2020.

Image credit: Getty Images

WHO IS INTERESTED?
Recently the links have strongly been to Arsenal. The Gunners have picked up Petr Cech and David Luiz from the Blues in recent years and Willian could follow in their footsteps.
ESTIMATED COST: Free

46: PIERRE-EMILE HOJBJERG (SOUTHAMPTON)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
Hojbjerg has shone in a bottom-half Premier League side, which has understandably attracted the attention of teams higher up the table. He is also entering the final year of his contract, which means Southampton will want to cash in on him rather than risk losing him on a free.
WHO IS INTERESTED?
Tottenham Hotspur and Everton are the two big ones, in fact Everton have reportedly had a £25 million offer accepted by Saints. However reports are saying that Hojbjerg is keen to move to Spurs, where he has been promised he will be the anchor in front of Jose Mourinho’s defence.
EXPECTED COST: £25m

45: DECLAN RICE (WEST HAM UNITED)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
The Hammers have avoided relegation but for a club that spends like it wants to be in the European places it certainly doesn’t look like that on the pitch. Rice is one of the standout performers of the team and it’s only natural that he would be looking at his options this summer. If he doesn’t think he’s going to get European football at West Ham he’s going to have to do something about it.
WHO IS INTERESTED?
Rice’s former club Chelsea are extremely keen on bringing him back to Stamford Bridge. There are some suggestions that Frank Lampard sees Rice as a possible solution to his centre-back problems, despite him mostly playing as a midfielder so far. Even then given that Jorginho might be on the move in the summer a new holding midfielder would be useful. Rice's close friendship with Mason Mount and admission that he would love to play with him again is probably going to help matters for the Blues...
ESTIMATED COST: £60-70m

Mason Mount of Chelsea and Declan Rice of West Ham during the Premier League match between Chelsea FC and West Ham United at Stamford Bridge on November 30, 2019 in London, United Kingdom.

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44. NATHAN AKE (BOURNEMOUTH)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
Bournemouth have been relegated from the Premier League after a five-year stay and it's highly unlikely that Ake is going to want to stay in the Championship, or that the Cherries could afford to keep him. Ake has proven himself to be one of the better central defenders outside of the top six and has flourished since leaving Chelsea for more regular football.
WHO IS INTERESTED?
Former side Chelsea reportedly have a buy-back clause but as of yet they haven't been too heavily linked with the Dutchman. Instead the primary contenders are reportedly Manchester City, with Pep Guardiola desperate to strengthen his defence this summer. However you would expect Chelsea to get involved given how porous their defence was this season.
ESTIMATED COST: £35m

43. FLORIAN THAUVIN (OM)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
Newcastle flop Florian Thauvin has reignited his career at Marseille and while the Stade Vélodrome club will be loath to sell the World Cup winner they may have to with Financial Fair Play pressures bearing down on them. Thauvin, whose contract expires in 2021, will likely be sold ahead of free agency the following season.
WHO IS INTERESTED?
A return to the Premier League seems unlikely given his travails there during an ill-fated two-year stint at St James' Park. However, given his renaissance he will not be short of offers despite missing much of this season with an ankle problem, with AC Milan and Bayern Munich both said to have already shown an interest. His expected fee of £25-35 million represents a relative bargain in a currently inflated market. It's worth reiterating that Thuavin has repeatedly said he doesn't want to leave.
ESTIMATED COST: £25-35m

42. GONZALO HIGUAIN (JUVENTUS)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
Higuain made a strong start to the season but faded as the campaign progressed, and had registered just eight goals in 34 games when it was brought to an abrupt halt, and currently sits on 10 in 41. The Bianconeri had wanted rid over the summer after loan spells at AC Milan and Chelsea respectively and that eagerness will only intensify as the Argentine’s contract enters its final year. It doesn't help things when the manager Maurizio Sarri says the only player he fights with is Higuain, even if it was playful.
WHO IS INTERESTED?
Tyc Sports have reported that he could move to Athletic Bilbao as he has a Basque great-grandfather but the former Napoli and Real Madrid man has plenty of options, with PSG chief amongst them. The Paris club are in the market for a forward to fill the gap left by Edinson Cavani. However, the 2016 Capocannoniere winner could stay in Italy with Roma said to have shown interest.
ESTIMATED COST: £30m

41. ADAMA TRAORÉ (WOLVERHAMPTON)

WHY HE COULD MOVE
Wolves' surprise charge towards the European places is in no small part due to the impressive performances of Adama Traoré. The former Barcelona player has caught the eye in Nuno's team and unsurprisingly has been linked with moves away.
WHO IS INTERESTED?
Liverpool were linked to Traore earlier in the year but now reportedly are looking at Harvey Barnes as an alternative. European giants Barcelona and PSG remain interested.
ESTIMATED COST: £40-60m
By Pete Sharland, Vincent Bregevin, Enzo Guerini, Cyril Morin, Martin Mosnier and Louis Pillot
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