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blogmo salah leaves liverpool heung min son heads to madrid with bernardo silva waving goodbye to city

Mo Salah Leaves Liverpool, Heung-Min Son Heads To Madrid With Bernardo Silva Waving Goodbye To City

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It’s farewell for Mo Salah as he leaves Liverpool for Real Madrid, with Heung-Min Son signing for Atletico Madrid and plenty of other big names in the Premier League leaving for various European clubs.

There will be some monumental transfers and even more big-named players leaving the Premier League this summer including Bernardo Silva, Alexander Isak and Jarrad Branthwaite, according to AI.

  • Mo Salah waves goodbye to Liverpool in favour of move to Real Madrid
  • Heung-Min Son leaves Spurs, with Atletico Madrid securing his signature
  • Bernardo Silva leaves Pep Guardiola and Manchester City for new challenge

AI Predicts Premier League Summer Transfer Window – Notable Outgoings

Player Move Transfer Fee
Mohamad Salah Liverpool ➡️ Real Madrid €130 million
Alexander Isak Newcastle United ➡️ PSG €100 million
Bernardo Silva Manchester City ➡️ Barcelona €70 million
Heung-Min Son Tottenham Hotspur ➡️ Atletico Madrid €68 million
Romelu Lukaku Chelsea ➡️ Napoli €60 million
Jarrad Branthwaite Everton ➡️ Real Madrid €56.5 million
Emile Smith Rowe Arsenal ➡️ Borussia Dortmund €50 million
Miguel Almirón Newcastle United ➡️ Napoli €50 million
Dominic Calvert-Lewin Everton ➡️ Juventus €45 million
Andy Robertson Liverpool ➡️ Bayer Leverkusen €35 million
Kieran Tierney Arsenal ➡️ Real Sociedad €30 million
Moussa Niakhate Nottingham Forest ➡️ Lyon €30 million
Harry Maguire Manchester United ➡️ West Ham United £25 million
Tyrone Mings Aston Villa ➡️ Marseille €20 million
Anthony Martial Manchester United ➡️ Sevilla Free

Biggest Outgoing Premier League Summer Transfers, According To AI

Mo Salah Departs Liverpool After Seven Year At Anfield

Although there are plenty of world class players set to come to the Premier League, there are quite a few current stars set to leave England this summer. One of the highest profile names in the Premier League as of today, Mo Salah, is one of those players who’s time in England is coming to an end, according to AI.

After seven years at Anfield in which he scored 155 goals in 250 appearances for Liverpool, Salah is moving on for a new challenge at Real Madrid. Although the Egyptian still has one year left on his current Liverpool contract, the Reds couldn’t meet his wage demands and thus the 32-year-old is heading to the Bernabeu in a fee reportedly worth €130 million.

Salah has expressed his desire to remain at Anfield for another few years, but Real Madrid’s offer for the superstar forward was too lucrative to turn down for Liverpool. Salah’s departure to the Galacticos marks the end of a sensational seven years at Liverpool.

Heung-Min Son Leaves Spurs In Favour Of Move To Spain

Tottenham Hotspur have already been fairly active in the current transfer window, with the additions of young English star Archie Gray from Leeds just one of their signings this summer.

On the flip side, Spurs are also set to lose a few key players, most notably South Korean ace Heung-Min Son. Although Son was rumoured to have been extending his current contract in north London, Atletico Madrid are set to come in at the last minute and snatch Son from Ange Postecoglou’s grasp with a €60 million bid to secure Son’s services.

The 31-year-old forward is set to team up with Diego Simione and his Atletico Madrid side, looking to strengthen their chances of competing for the La Liga title as well as becoming more of a threat in the Champions League. This AI predicted transfer is set to be a huge blow for Spurs just before the 2024/25 Premier League campaign.

Bernardo Silva Ditches Pep Guardiola With Barcelona Move

AI has previously predicted that Manchester City will secure the services of Crystal Palace ace Michael Olise, leaving the door ajar for one of City’s star forwards to leave the club. With that in mind, AI is predicted that Bernardo Silva will be the man to ditch Pep Guardiola and move on.

Barcelona is set to be the destination for Silva, leaving the Etihad for a fee reportedly worth €70 million. The Portuguese winger has been an integral part in City’s dominance in the Premier League in recent seasons, as well as being hugely influential in City’s Champions League triumph in 2023.

At 29-years-old, Silva is at the peak of his powers right now, making this a monumental loss for the Cityzens. Although this is bad news for City, it’s good news for the rest of the Premier League as the tantalising attack of Guardiola’s side is certainly weakened with the loss of the six-time Premier League winning star.

Alexander Isak Heads To PSG, Jarrad Branthwaite Leaves Everton, Harry Maguire Waves Goodbye To Old Trafford

Elsewhere in the Premier League summer transfer window, even more big names are set to leave England for various destinations around Europe. One of those players is Newcastle ace Alexander Isak, who is set to sign for French giants PSG in a fee reportedly worth €100 million.

Another player set to up sticks and head for Europe is Everton’s star centre-back Jarrad Branthwaite. The future England star may have been left out of Gareth Southgate’s Euro 2024 squad, but has been a name wanted by various clubs all over Europe. The 22-year-old is set to sign for Real Madrid for a fee worth €56.5 million, with the Galacticos seeing Branthwaite as the perfect replacement for former club captain Nacho.

There has been speculation that Harry Maguire might leave Manchester United for some time now, with AI predicting this summer is finally the time the England international will wave goodbye to Old Trafford for good. West Ham United are the side set to secure Maguire’s services, paying £25 million for the 31-year-old – £55 million less than what the Red Devils paid for Maguire back in 2019.

For all other incoming Premier League summer transfers, refer to the table at the top of this article.


Lee Astley, Head of News at FairBettingSites commented on the AI predicted outgoing Premier League summer transfers, saying:

“Plenty of top class players from all of the biggest Premier League clubs look set to favour a switch to various European clubs, according to AI.

“Most notably, Mo Salah leaving Liverpool for Real Madrid and Heung-Min Son waving goodbye to Spurs are two of the biggest shocks of the summer. Not to mention Alexander Isak heading to PSG for a whopping €100m and Everton making a huge profit on Jarrad Branthwaite’s move to Real Madrid.

“Bernardo Silva leaving City and ditching Pep Guardiola for Barcelona is another shock move, as is Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s move to Juventus and Harry Maguire’s last minute move to West Ham.”

Paul Kelly
Paul Kelly
Paul Kelly

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