Real Madrid line up Firmino, Mount to Man Utd, Leeds & Leicester relegated: FootballTransfers recap

Carlo Garganese
Carlo Garganese
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Chelsea's Mason Mount with the Manchester United and Liverpool badges, against a backdrop of Old Trafford in red
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Sunday May 28 marked the final day of the Premier League season and it had huge implications for the summer transfer window.

Leeds United and Leicester City were relegated to the English Championship - together with already demoted Southampton - as Everton saved themselves by beating Bournemouth 1-0 on the final day.

The best relegated Premier League players this season

FootballTransfers looks at the 10 highest valued players relegated from the Premier League, according to our xTV (Expected Transfer Value) algorithm.

Man of these stars will be targets this summer for Premier League and European clubs. There is a lot of quality here.

Premier League players play final game

The best Premier League relegated players
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The final game of each Premier League season marked the end of an era for clubs but also for individual players. In some special cases, these overlap.

The last day of the 2022/23 season was no different, with many iconic players turning out in their current colours for one last time. We look at some of the stars who waved goodbye today to their clubs.

Real Madrid line up Firmino

Real Madrid are reportedly preparing a shock swoop for Liverpool legend Roberto Firmino.

Transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano has reported that Madrid are mulling over making a move for Firmino, who is one of the options on their striker shortlist.

Mount to Man Utd instead of Liverpool

Mason Mount is set to leave Chelsea
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Mason Mount wants to join Manchester United over Liverpool because of the players in the squad.

The attacker is attracted to the idea of being able to link up with so many of his England colleagues like Luke Shaw, Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire, reports The Sun.

Pochettino announcement set

Mauricio Pochettino is already the new manager of Chelsea - as per reports in Spain.

Relevo reports that the Argentine coach has already signed his new contract and has confirmed his next job will be at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea will make the news of Pochettino signing official in the next few hours.