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Transfer targets 2017: Big names who could move this summer

Premier League clubs are tracking a host of stars from across Europe this summer - who is on their radar?

The transfer merry-go-round is whirring nicely again this summer, with the Premier League big guns ready to add to their ranks before the start of the new campaign.

The Atletico Madrid transfer ban threatened to throw a spanner in the works, but despite Antoine Griezmann's decision to remain in Spain the transfer market remains busy ahead of the official opening of the transfer window on 1 July.

Already this summer Manchester United have spent more than £30m on defender Victor Lindelof and Man City have broken the world record fee for a goalkeeper by signing Ederson from Benfica for £35m. Liverpool are poised to sign Mohamed Salah from Roma and even Arsenal have done some business landing Sead Kolasinac.

So who are the big names still tipped to change clubs this summer?

Kylian MbappeAge: 18Club: MonacoPrice: £100m+Who wants him: Arsenal, Real Madrid

The hottest property in Europe this summer, particularly as Antoine Griezmann is off the radar. The French forward has been likened to Thierry Henry and could become the first £100m player if he leas Monaco. But it's a big if. 

Pierre Emerick AubameyangAge: 28Club: Borussia DortmundPrice: £60mWho wants him: Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, PSG

The Gabon goal machine has been linked with a move away from Dortmund for several seasons, but at the age of 28 time could be running out for the striker to hit the big time. It could be now or never.

Alvaro MorataAge:24Club: Real MadridPrice: £70mWho wants him: Manchester United, Arsenal

The Spain forward rejoined Real Madrid from Juventus last summer but has failed to establish himself at the Bernabeu. He has plenty of fans around Europe and the Spanish club could cash in this summer.

Romelu LukakuAge: 24Club: EvertonPrice: £70mWho wants him: Manchester United, Chelsea

Some accuse him of being a flat-track bully, but he remains one of the most efficient marksmen in the Premier League. Chelsea sold him to Everton for £28m in 2014, they would have to pay double that to get him back this summer, but a move away from Goodison Park is on the cards.

Virgil van DijkAge: 25Club: SouthamptonPrice: £50mWho wants him: Liverpool, Chelsea

Jurgen Klopp was forced to apologise for his pursuit of the elegant Dutch defender earlier this summer. But he could still quit St Mary's before the start of the new season.

Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainAge: 23Club: ArsenalPrice: £30mWho wants him: Liverpool, Chelsea

After six years with Arsenal, The Ox has yet to fulfil his potential, and has reportedly decided that he needs a change of scenery. There will be no shortage of suitors for the young England forward.

Leonardo BonucciAge:30Club: JuventusPrice: £50mWho wants him: Chelsea, Manchester City

One of the best defenders in Europe, who has won it all with Juventus… almost. After another Champions League defeat the Italian blocker could decide to test himself in the Premier League while he still has the legs

Andrea BelottiAge: 23Club: TorinoPrice: £80mWho wants him: Manchester United

The young Italian forward apparently has an £88m release clause in his contract, but he is still attracting admiring glances from Manchester.

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