World Football: 50 Biggest Players Likely to Be on the Move This Summer

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World Football: 50 Biggest Players Likely to Be on the Move This Summer
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2010/2011 was a terrific season of football that thrilled, dazzled, shocked and awed every participant. From Barcelona's internal and external domination through what can only be described as some of the most beautiful football ever conveyed to Swansea City becoming the first ever Welsh team in the English Premier League and Lille achieving their first French title in 57 years whilst Birmingham City defeated Arsenal in the Carling Cup final before enduring a final day relegation.

Yes it truly was a season to remember, but unfortunately it has become a fleeting thought as almost the entire attention of World Football is shifted towards the up coming Summer Transfer Window.

Rightly so, football fans love nothing more than the whirlwind speculation of who's going where and who's leaving who for so much more. This summer is set to be one of the busiest windows yet largely due to an increasing margin of clubs enjoying heavy investments from overseas tycoons. After some of the skill, form and consistency displayed this season by certain players, there is high demand for some high calibre players ensuring what is destined to be an exciting couple of months.

However it is often difficult to establish the reality of certain rumours, after all there are so many. Some of the most ridiculous rumours emerge with ridiculous prices enabling fans to misjudge just how loyal some players are. None the less, there is usually a clear indication of who wants out and which European giant wants who.

So this slideshow conveys the 50 biggest players in World Football who have been linked with moves elsewhere. Whether the rumours will materialize is still largely unclear, but let's face it, if you're a football fan, it is still pretty exciting.

Take a look.

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