Whilst the transfer window continues to emerge with a number of storylines for the next couple of days, there have been some rather interesting developments to have already taken place.
There have been moves that we would have never imagined to have taken place happen, with Paris Saint-Germain enjoying a lot of that success and, incredibly, many of them have not required a transfer fee to take place.
For instance, they managed to sign the great Lionel Messi on a free transfer, whilst they also added the likes of Gianluigi Donnarumma and Sergio Ramos, as well as Georginio Wijnaldum to their squad without paying additional fees. Those who bet will be able to find sportsbooks that do not have any additional fees by using the service that sportskokladenje24 provides.
There have been many other top moves to have taken place throughout the summer so far, but there also appears to be a theme that has taken place this year more than any other season that has taken place.
Indeed, whilst it might be a lot harder for clubs to be able to get and sign the players they want, it would appear that a number of them have decided to opt to try and bring back players that they once had in previous times at the club.
News recently broke around Cristiano Ronaldo and his return to Manchester United, which is just one of the most recent examples of a club going back to an individual that they will have known well.
Of course, any team would be desperate to have CR7 playing for them when he became available on the market, just as many would have been trying their luck to try and capture Messi before he made his switch to Paris.
However, despite Manchester City’s best efforts to try and acquire the Portuguese superstar, it seems there was only ever one place that he would be heading provided he received an offer from them.
Ronaldo is not the only player to have made the move, though, with Romelu Lukaku having made a return to Stamford Bridge and making an instant impact at Chelsea. The forward has clearly improved since he was last there and now looks like a dominant force in a league that should see him thrive.
Juventus appear ready to bring back Moise Kean after he left them two years ago to join Everton in a move that simply has not worked out for the young Italian, whilst Willian looks set to move back to Brazil and join the team he started with as a boy after Corinthians offered him a way back.