Summer Transfers: Predicting the 10 Biggest Possible Deals

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Summer Transfers: Predicting the 10 Biggest Possible Deals
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The most expensive buy in the summer 2011

As the top leagues in Europe reach crunch time, speculation grows surrounding which players will be on the move this summer. Numerous top clubs have under performed this season, and their under achievements could lead to a free-spending summer.Though the world's economy has affected clubs the world over for the past few years, the big clubs have continued to wheel and deal for the most part. 

French-side Paris Saint-Germain spent over $133 million last summer and will possibly lead the way again in 2012. However, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich may be forced to spend big if Chelsea find themselves outside the Champions League. New-money club Malaga—who is owned by the Qatari Royal Family—may invest big as they attempt to close the gap on Spain's big two.  

Meanwhile, Arsenal has $172.8 million in cash reserves, according to the Telegraph. It's anyone's guess if Arsene Wenger will be allowed to make use of that money. If he is, the Gunners could go on a spending spree that may shape this summer's transfer window. 

I have predicted what I believe could be the 10 biggest possible transfers of the summer. 

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