Transfer Talk: Three La Liga Players Who Might Transfer to the Premier League in the Summer

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The summer transfer window is just some months away and as always, truckloads of players will be making their way towards the Premier League.

Some of these stars are bound to come from the La Liga and hence, here are the three most likely players to make a trip from Spain to England.

Jonathan Dos Santos, FC Barcelona

A talented midfielder, but the problem with Jonathan Dos Santos is that he is fighting for a place in a team which possesses the the likes of Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta, Thigao Alcantara, to name a few.

At the age of 22, Dos Santos is longer a ‘promising youngster’ and needs to get more first-team opportunities. With Barcelona unlikely to help this cause, it is likely that Dos Santos will leave the Spanish giants in the summer.

Moreover, with Dos Santos suggesting that he admires the Premier League and Everton and West Ham United showing interest in the Mexican, a move to England could surely be on the cards for the lad.

Alvaro Negredo, Sevilla

According to reports, Sevilla’s financial difficulties could compel them to sell their striker Alvaro Negredo.  

With the Spain international favouring a transfer to England and Tottenham Hotspur intensively scouting Negredo since last summer, the 27-year-old might be plying trades in the Premier League come August.  

"I have always said it, I have never hidden it," Negredo told Estadio Deportivo. "It is a league that I like.

"I do not know if it will be soon, or maybe further down the road, or tomorrow, but I will play there.”

Radamel Falcao, Atletico Madrid

The most sought-after striker in Europe, Radamel Falcao is a long-term target of both Manchester City and Chelsea.

Atletico Madrid’s manager Diego Simeone has admitted that Falcao could be leaving the club this summer and it is only a matter of time before the fans get to know which ‘blue’ side will snap up the former Porto striker.

The Mirror reports that City are the current favourites to land Falcao, but one can never count out the deep pockets of Roman Abramovich.