Euro 2016: Who’s in the Shop Window?

Euro 2016: Who’s in the Shop Window?

All eyes will be on France this summer as Europe’s best players touch down for Euro 2016. The 24 competing nations have just announced the squads they hope will lead them to victory in what looks set to be one of the most fiercely competitive tournaments in recent years. The Euros are likely to play a major role in the summer transfer window, with clubs all over Europe keeping a beady eye on proceedings in a bid to bolster their squads. More money is changing hands than ever before between Europe’s top clubs. Last season Premier League spending on transfers topped £1 billion for the first time. This may have been fuelled by the record £5.14 billion Premier League TV rights deal signed by Sky and BT last year. With this in mind, some players will be vying to put themselves in the shop window in the hope of a big money move to a new club. We’ve taken a look at some of the players to watch out for at Euro 2016. Álvaro Morata   The 23-year-old Spanish striker moved to Juventus from Real Madrid in 2014, and has noticeably matured in Italy. Whilst Morata’s overall scoring record is modest, in the past year he’s scored in both legs of a Champions League semi-final, a Champions League final and a Coppa Italia final. Few doubt he has the talent and potential to to be a top-class striker, and he’s already had ‘tempting’ offers from Premier League clubs. From June 1 Real Madrid have the option to buy Morata back for €30million. This is expected to start a bidding...