There are four stars in the Euro 2020 shop window who may make money this summer.


There are four stars in the Euro 2020 shop window who may make money this summer.

Euro 2020 has provided players with a fantastic potential to earn a lucrative transfer this summer.

Welcome to the pop-up shop for the Euro 2020 transfer market! This is the only place in the globe where footballers from all over Europe may show off their skills for five weeks in the hopes of landing a lucrative contract elsewhere.

In quest of the next big thing, clubs will have dispatched scouts in droves to the 51 matches at the multi-nation tournament this summer, from Baku to Wembley.

Do you want to buy a new striker? Consider making an offer for Patrik Schick of Bayer Leverkusen.

Only Cristiano Ronaldo scored more goals for the Czech Republic at Euro 2020 than the 25-year-old.

Consider investing in a promising young player like Mikkel Damsgaard. Liverpool are apparently interested in the £34 million-rated midfielder.

The 20-year-old scored two spectacular goals for Denmark, including a long-range effort against Russia in the group stage and a fantastic free-kick in the semi-finals against England.

Several players who have impressed and would be interested in a move elsewhere can be found in the shop window. But make sure you get them while they’re still available!

Express Sport picks four players who have stood out in front of potential suitors… A wonderful example of a player who has possibly only been fully appreciated by Serie A fans until now.

Locatelli made his debut for AC Milan when he was 18 years old, and he was instantly tipped as Riccardo Montolivo’s long-term replacement.

However, under Vincenzo Montella, he found his opportunities limited and went on loan to Sassuolo for the 2018-19 season, where he impressed and secured a permanent switch.

Since then, the center midfielder has established himself as one of Italy’s best in his position.

That was certainly the opinion of Roberto Mancini, who started Locatelli ahead of Marco Verratti in Italy’s Euro 2020 opener against Italy, and the youngster returned Mancini’s faith by scoring twice in a 3-0 win.

Juventus has expressed interest in him, while Sassuolo president Giovanni Carneveli thinks Arsenal has made a serious bid for the 23-year-old.

With the Italian club reportedly wanting £30 million for his services, his three goals are undeniably valuable. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


Comments are closed.