The Premier League club commitment period for new players may have expired three weeks ago on 8 August, but the time slots for teams in Spain, Italy, Germany and France to gain new faces remain open for a few more days until the 2nd of august september.
Several European giants are still in the market for players, so there may be at least some major transfers in the remaining time until the deadline.
Here's a look at seven European deals that could still take place.
Arsenal coach Unai Emery has already publicly urged Shkodran Mustafi to leave the club as long as the chance remains, as the German World Champion is not included in the plans at the Emirates Stadium in this season.
Mustafi has been overburdened with 35 million pounds in 2016 since arriving in North London and needs a transfer to revive his career. He was linked to Roma while social media fans Zenit St. Petersburg made bizarre requests to take him along.
Bayern Munich was associated with the signing of Espanyol midfielder Marc Roca before the deadline in Germany. The 22-year-old Spaniard was classified with 40 million euros as a relatively cheap newcomer to the team – the value of his buyout clause.
Roca was for Espanyol first time regulars two seasons and was in the summer with Spain U21 European champion.
Christian Eriksen is at the end of the season from the Treaty Tottenham's face loses him next summer for a free transfer if
Manchester United was joined before closing the Premier League transfer window, but the Dane would rather move abroad. Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Juventus are all interconnected – Real could make a late dive before September 2 after missing Paul Pogba. Mauro Icardi Inter captain and talisman this time last year Mauro Icardi has received his number for new signing Romelu Lukaku and was excluded from the opening match of Serie A against Lecce. This is certainly a sign of the future, if he does not leave immediately.
Napoli was the most connected, but the Argentine has resisted a transfer in the hope that the situation could improve. It remains to be seen if he will retreat and move on, while Juventus has even been called into question in an ambitious exchange with Paulo Dybala. Ousmane Dembele Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele sparked transfer of speculation when he removed "Barcelona" as a location from his Instagram biography. The French winger had a few difficult years in Catalonia and his name was an integral part of the ongoing Neymar saga.
If he was involved in this deal, Dembele would fly to Paris Saint-Germain and return to his homeland Alexis Sanchez
Alexis Sanchez is about to change from Manchester United to Rennes. After months of negotiations. The giants of the Serie A seem to have played a blind man – they have paid the smaller part of the Chilean wages, without being obliged to buy it later.
It is expected that a deal will be completed, and Sanchez would team up with former United reunited teammate Romelu Lukaku.
Two years after Neymar became the most expensive player in history for 222 million euros, he wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain. Barcelona has been heavily involved with a change for its former player throughout the summer, but Real Madrid is now also part of the debate.
Barcelona is struggling to put together an attractive offer for PSG, while Real is said to have opened communication from sending an envoy to Paris. Los Blancos has often tried to sign Neymar and invited him to visit when he was 13 years old.
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