This 2018/19 football season can be considered as one of the best and unpredictable seasons of all time.
There were many surprises and historical comebacks in the Champions League. In the Premier League, until the last day of the game, it was not clear who would become a champion and the fight was more than hot for top-four places.
Real Madrid’s dominance in Europe and La Liga ended, while Ajax’s youngsters dethroned them and Cristiano Ronaldo, who played for Juventus.
Four English teams will compete in the Champions League and Europa League finals for the first time in history.
This season is gradually approaching its logical end and begins the period when the strong clubs will try to keep their strength and the losers will do everything to strengthen their squads.
The transfer window in the Premier League is officially open. And we want to take a look at the transfers that could happen this summer.