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04 Apr 2022

Five players monitored by top clubs during the international break

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During international breaks, clubs often look for new signings.

Players' performances with their national teams can reveal talent they might not have noticed. Or, confirm a player they have been watching for some time is the right fit for their squad.

Here are five players the top clubs will have had an eye on during the last international break...

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1. Matheus Nunes

The talented midfielder scored an important goal for his country Portugal, and remains on the list of many English clubs for June – Man City have been monitoring him for months.

2. Gareth Bale

His fantastic goals fueled Wales' dreams, and Gareth wants to show he is still ready to make a difference. His contract with Real Madrid will expire in June, and Bale will soon make a final decision on his future.

3. Dani Olmo

Barcelona wanted him last summer, but RB Leipzig went out of their way to keep him at their club.

He scored again with Spain under manager Luis Enrique, who has believed in him for a long time. 

Dani Olmo will be a star to be monitored in the summer.

4. Antony

His season with Ajax has been truly incredible. This guy has excellent skills, excellent numbers and still enormous potential.

In Spain and England, the top clubs have already asked Ajax for information. It will be a summer full of 'assaults' for the Brazilian star.

5. Alexander Isak

Wanted for the Arsenal squad in January, Isak is a striker with excellent skills who has been untouchable for Sweden for some time.

Many top clubs are watching him – Real Sociedad resisted last January, but it will be difficult to keep him in the summer.

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