25 players on the move? We pick out potential transfers this summer - part five
By Ben Grounds
Last Updated: 25/05/18 10:24am
All this week we will be picking out 25 star names who could be making a move in the transfer window this summer.
The Premier League summer is open for business, though international transfers cannot go through until FIFA's system opens on June 8.
Part 4: 25 players on the move?
Bordeaux forward Malcom has expressed his desire to play for an elite club in Europe and he features in part four
Here, we assess five more candidates linked with a summer switch, and the destinations the Sky Bet odds deem most likely...
Manchester City are expected to renew their interest in Leicester's Mahrez after walking away following the reported £95m asking price last summer.
Pep Guardiola missed out on Alexis Sanchez in January, while no formal offer was made in the winter window for Mahrez, but the Premier League champions may be able to secure the Algerian's services for a basic fee of £60m, according to the Guardian.
Mahrez admitted in March that he had regrets over how his failed move to City was handled, but it is widely regarded he has now played his final game with Leicester.
To leave Leicester 1/8
To join Manchester City 1/6, Chelsea 16/1, Arsenal 25/1, Liverpool 25/1
To stay at Leicester 9/2
Part 3: 25 players on the move?
Jack Wilshere is yet to commit himself to Arsenal and is on the list of players who could be moving this summer
Having only just turned 18, the versatile full-back says he remains focused on helping Fulham seal a return to the Premier League this weekend.
So instrumental has the young Englishman been at Craven Cottage, a whole host of sides have already been closely monitoring his progress with Tottenham ready to end his 10-year affiliation with Fulham.
Sessegnon has received rave reviews having scored 16 goals this season on his way to clinching the Championship Player of the Season and Young Player of the Season at the EFL awards.
Sky Bet odds
To leave Fulham 4/6
To join Tottenham 5/2, Manchester United 3/1, Liverpool 10/1
To stay at Fulham 4/6
Part 2: 25 players on the move?
Eden Hazard features in part two of our list of players who could be on the move this summer
Tutto Mercato have reported that Lazio have joined Liverpool in expressing their interest in Lemar, with Monaco unlikely to drop their £100m asking price set last summer.
The 22-year-old was criticised for his form this season having been close to joining Arsenal, but the France international is hopeful that interest in him will resurface after the World Cup.
He told Telefoot earlier this year: "Regrets? Maybe. I was a little disappointed. Once it's over, it's over, so do not think about it.
"I will keep working hard so these clubs will eventually come back in the next transfer window. I am open to all offers."
To leave Monaco 1/2
To join Liverpool 1/1, Arsenal 5/1, Barcelona 18/1
To stay at Monaco 6/4
Jose Mourinho has reportedly handed executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward a list of transfer targets that includes Toby Alderweireld.
The Belgium international has just over a year left on his current contract, which includes a one-year extension option, but he is no closer to signing a new deal.
Alderweireld has struggled to break back into the first team following a hamstring injury, and Spurs will seek assurances over the defender's intentions.
A clause in the player's contract states that, if Tottenham trigger the year-long extension until 2020, he can leave for £25m up to 14 days before the end of the 2019 summer transfer window.
To leave Tottenham 4/11
To join Manchester United 15/8, Barcelona 5/1, PSG 7/1, Real Madrid 7/1
To stay at Tottenham 2/1
Part 1: 25 players on the move?
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Should Alderweireld depart before Spurs move back into White Hart Lane, he could be part of a major squad overhaul which also sees Zaha head across London.
The Crystal Palace winger has long-since been admired by Mauricio Pochettino, but the player's £120,000-a-week wages could complicate any transfer given Tottenham's strict wage structure.
Zaha grew up in Croydon and has spent the majority of his career at Palace while he outlined his plans to remain at Selhurst Park after the final game of this season.
But the lure of playing Champions League football could prove too great for the Ivory Coast international, and Zaha's stance could change if a firm offer is made.
To leave Crystal Palace 6/5
To join Manchester City 4/1, Tottenham 6/1, Chelsea 8/1
To stay at Crystal Palace 4/6