Check out the five most anticipated movements the football world is waiting for in this summer transfer window
David de Gea: Manchester United to Real Madrid
The number one on this list is David de Gea who is 'on the verge' of joining Real Madrid from Manchester United.
De Gea who has one one year remaining on his contract, has refused to sign a £200,000-a-week contract extension to remain at Old Trafford.
The Spanish shotstopper is said to be keen on a move to Madrid and has moved out of his rented apartment in Manchester.
A certain Real Madrid defender could be needing that De Gea's former apartment in Manchester and this leads us to number two on the list.
Sergio Ramos: Real Madrid to Manchester United
Manchester United have made a move for Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos who is said to be wanting a move away from the Bernabeu.
Ramos earns around £5.5m per year less than his peers like David Luiz, John Terry and Gerard Pique who get around £9-11m annually.
Real Madrid have however rejected a £35million offer from Manchester United for the defender who they hope will sign a new contract extension.
Raheem Sterling: Liverpool to Manchester City
Since informing Liverpool of his decision to leave the club, Raheem Sterling's next club has been the subject of bookmakers.
Manchester City has since emerged as favourite to land the pacy forward as they look to add home grown players to the squad.
The Citizens have had two bids turned down by Liverpool and are expected to return with an improved offer.
Paul Pogba: Juventus to Barcelona/Manchester City
He has been trailed with transfer rumours since the beginning of the season and his move this transfer window will actually be the biggest.
Barcelona and Manchester City are leading the race to land the Juventus midfielder, while Real Madrid and a host of other top European clubs are also monitoring the situation.
The midfielder is said to be interested in a move to Barcelona but he will have to wait till January 2016 due to the transfer embargo on the club.
Two senior representatives of the La Liga champions Ariedo Braida and Albert Soler, met with Juve’s managing director Giuseppe Marotta and sporting director Fabio Paratici at a Milan restaurant.
Marotta later confirmed that a bid of £56.7million had been received for Pogba but did not disclosed if they have accepted or not.
Kevin De Bruyne: Wolfsburg to Manchester City
Wolfsburg midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is one of the hottest players in world football right now.
Though he is admired by a lot of clubs, Manchester City is said to be leading the race to sign him.
Manuel Pellegrini's side hopeful of the 24-year-old Belgian who will ask Wolfsburg to listen to offers for him when talks begin over a new contract next week.