THE summer window is just around the corner.
And teams around the world are gearing up for a busy transfer market as they look to bolster their squads with football’s best players.
Players like Man United, Man City and Arsenal are all hoping to sign some of the biggest names.
Foreign giants like Barcelona and Napoli will also compete in deals with gigantic fees.
But some clubs have already outstripped the competition through early preparations.
From Chelsea and Liverpool to Real Madrid and Inter Miami, numerous big transfers have already been agreed before the window even opens.
Here, SunSport highlights seven of the best deals coming soon…
BORUSSIA DORTMUND TO REAL MADRID: £115m
Bellingham is the window’s biggest move to date and is set to become the most expensive midfielder – and Englishman – in history.
The teenager, just 19, will join forces with young superstars like Eduardo Camavinga and Vinicius Jr as Real look to build a side for the next decade.
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The Spaniards will be desperate for titles next season after disappointing LaLiga and Champions League campaigns.
And given his success so far, no one can bet Bellingham will score at the Bernabeu.
BRIGHTON TO LIVERPOOL: £55m
COULD already be the bargain of the entire window, although most teams are yet to make deals.
Mac Allister has been going from strength to strength on the south coast and his World Cup triumph confirms his superstar status.
Will certainly take Liverpool’s intense style like a duck in water and could be the bedrock of a redesigned squad for years to come.
RB LEIPZIG TO CHELSEA: £53m
The DEAL was oddly agreed early on when Chelsea negotiated the terms of the hotshot in December.
Nkunku recovered confidently from an injury and went on to win the Bundesliga Golden Boot and the German Cup.
Will be one of Mauricio Pochettino’s main goalscorers next season and the decision not to sign Joao Felix suggests he will be used in the favorite position behind the striker.
PSG TO INTER MIAMI: FREE
PSG’s departure came as no shock at all – but no one saw Messi turn down a return to Barcelona for David Beckham’s modest MLS side.
The Argentine legend effectively ended her career by leaving Europe for the more relaxed realms of American football.
But Messi will always be a huge hit with fans of the beautiful game and is sure to improve Miami’s standing across the pond.
RB LEIPZIG TO BAYERN MUNICH: FREE
WAS a top target for several Premier League clubs but has opted to stay with Thomas Tuchel in Germany.
The versatile, no-nonsense midfielder can also play as a right-back.
And while he’s not the biggest name out there, he’ll prove to be one of the most eye-catching additions to an elite team this summer.
INTER MILAN TO PSG: FREE
Skriniar, considered one of Europe’s best centre-backs last year, was relieved of his captaincy and sacked by Inter after confirming a pre-agreement with PSG in January.
As a result, he missed the Italian’s entry into the Champions League final – and also the success of the Coppa Italia.
But Skriniar is unlikely to have lost any of its magic and could end up forming Europe’s worst defensive line alongside Marquinhos as PSG also have Marco Asensio and Manuel Ugarte hot on their heels.
LEICESTER TO ASTON VILLA: FREE
Had a disappointing season as the Foxes were relegated to the championship.
But many top teams have experienced how a Tielemans rocket flew into their own goal.
Was only recommended once for Champions League teams a year ago.
But the Belgian has agreed a deal with Villa after Leicester’s Midlands rivals struck first.
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