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If you’ve been following the latest news about the latest big-name football transfers, you’ll know the transfer market has been busy over the past few days.

It’s been a busy few days in terms of players, and the transfer window is in full swing.

So what are the biggest transfers to be made over the next few weeks?

Here are the big transfers, in no particular order:The Manchester United deal has seen the club take two talented players and leave a few of their most important players out of the deal.

The deal is expected to be worth around £100m, with the two players, Luke Shaw and Marouane Fellaini, joining United in the off-season.

United have already signed Wayne Rooney, who is now available for around £50m.

Rooney will play in the role of wing-back, but will be joined by Fellainis, who played a similar role for United last season.

This is a huge transfer for Manchester United, as both players are in excellent form and would be ideal replacements for the likes of Maroune Fellaines and Phil Jones.

Both players would be good replacements for United’s now departed Paul Pogba, who had been an ever-present in the side for a number of years.

It’s not clear if Fellainia or Shaw will be able to play in a similar capacity to Pogba.

But it’s a good sign for the future of the club, as Fellainias talent could be a nice complement to Pogkaas goalscoring prowess.

United are also looking to make a move for Chelsea’s Diego Costa, who has struggled for form over the last couple of years and would have a massive impact on United’s squad.

The deal is also being watched closely by Manchester City, who have also reportedly been interested in the Belgian.

Costa is now 31 and is one of the biggest stars in world football, and United have looked to cash in on his talent.

The news that United will sign Manchester City’s Diego Torres is another positive development for the club as it looks to bring a huge boost to the squad.

Torres has been a key figure for City since he joined the club in 2014, scoring 21 goals in all competitions, including a hat-trick against Liverpool in the Champions League.

United were also linked with a move to Juventus this summer, with United keen to bring in a replacement for James Rodriguez, who was signed from Real Madrid for around €45m.

United will also look to add a centre-forward in the summer to their squad, with Luke Shaw looking to leave to join Liverpool in January.

United would like to add another striker to their already strong squad, and it appears that this summer they will finally get their man.

David De Gea is one player United would like the Spanish keeper to bring back to the club.

De Gea has been linked with Manchester United for a long time, and many believe that his current contract will be renewed at the end of the season, but he’s also reportedly set to receive a huge pay rise.

United would have to offer a massive pay rise for De Geas contract, but De Geos current contract only expires in 2020, meaning it could be renewed until 2021.

De Guzman has also been linked to United, and would like a new deal.

His contract runs until 2021, but United would need to offer De Guzman a huge wage increase, as he is only due to make around €60m over the course of the next four years.

United could also look at bringing in another defender, as they have been linked so much in recent weeks with a potential move for Real Madrid’s Angel Di Maria.

Di Maria is one-and-done in terms-of-interest for United, with Real Madrid currently holding out for a massive fee, with Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City also believed to be in the hunt.

United have been heavily linked with an eventual move for the Spanish international, and could have a chance to land the player.