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Diego Costa, Bakayoko and Five Signings that Could be Completed after the Transfer Window has Closed


The transfer window in Europe’s top five leagues may have closed, but there are still opportunities for departed stars to find new clubs in the big leagues.

For these free agents, the equation is simple: they can sign with any team that makes them an offer.

Players who are tied to a contract can still move to leagues where the transfer window is open. This is particularly the case in Turkey, where the transfer window closes on 8 September, and Belgium, where it closes on 6 September. There is also a possibility to go to Qatar or Saudi Arabia, where the transfer window closes at the end of the month.

Which players could end up here?

Tiemoue Bakayoko – Chelsea (on loan to Milan)

French international Bakayoko has lost the spark that prompted Chelsea to pay big money for him from Monaco. He’s currently in the middle of a two-year loan deal with Milan, but it’s not working out, so the logical solution would be for everyone to cut their losses and let him leave.

Turkey is a destination where he might be able to reinvent himself away from the media’s attention, and clubs in that country would surely be willing to invest in a player who has earned France’s recognition at some point in his career. He has just turned 28 and still has many miles to go.

Diego Costa – free agent:

Former Chelsea and Atletico Madrid star Diego Costa could become the first major free agent to sign for a club in the big five leagues after the end of the transfer window. Wolves have a nightmare behind them where new signing Sasa Kalajdzic suffered a serious knee injury in his debut.

Costa would be a good short-term solution for the Premier League.

Mauro Icardi – PSG:

PSG tried unsuccessfully to sell Icardi this summer. The Argentine striker has yet to get any game time this season, and with Christophe Galtier preferring Pablo Sarabia to support Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar, it’s unlikely he’ll see the pitch any time soon unless he leaves the club.

Fortunately for him, the path to Turkey seems to be open, as Galatasaray are reportedly open to a move. According to Fabrizio, both parties have reached an agreement on a season long loan.

Bouna Sarr – Bayern Munich:

Bayern Munich have made it clear that they are not counting on Bouna Sarr, whose move to Bayern came as a surprise when it was first approved in 2019. Bayern want to sell him and, according to Sky Deutschland, several Turkish clubs want to sign him.

Caglar Soyuncu – Leicester:

If Leicester were to lose Caglar Soyuncu before the transfer window closes in Turkey it would be an unhappy summer for Leicester, but with the international midfielder on Galatasaray’s radar there is a very good chance that a deal will go through.

Wesley Fofana recently left the Foxes for Chelsea, and if the 26-year-old also leaves the club, their central defensive position would be in very short supply.

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