The transfer window is still opened and would officially close at the end of August. A lot is going on with done transfer deals and ongoing negotiations of potential transfer targets, but some transfers cannot happen this summer. Below are six transfers that cannot happen this summer.
Romelu Lukaku is Chelsea transfer target for the summer to be the best replacement for Erling Haaland, but Inter Milan is not ready to part with their star player. The idea of Romelu Lukaku getting signed to Manchester City is one transfer that cannot happen this summer.
2. Harry Kane - Tottenham - Real Madrid
Harry Kane's destination for next season seems to be Manchester City as serious negotiations are ongoing but linking the 27-year-old striker to Real Madrid for next season is one transfer that cannot happen.
3. Mikel Arteta - Arsenal - Barcelona.
4. Alexander Isak - Real Sociedad - Barcelona
5. Héctor Bellerin - Arsenal - PSG.
6. Antoine Griezmann - Barcelona - PSG.
Which of the transfers above has a slight chance of happening?
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