Whose earnt a move this World Cup?

Hirving Lozano Mexico

Hirving Lozano

Mexican winger, Hirving Lozano has apparently been eyed up by some of Europes top teams, including Barcelona. In Mexico people have been aware of his talents for years despite only being 22. He made his debut in 2014 for Pachuca. At Pachuca he made over 130 appearances and his reputation in Mexico continued to grow. At the anger of some Mexicans Lozano elected to move to Europe to join PSV in 2017. At PSV he has been sensational and was a big part to them winning the title this season, scoring 17 goals in 29 games, whilst playing on the wing.

At the World Cup he has continued to increase his reputation and has been Mexico's standout player. He got the goal that saw Mexico beat Germany 1-0. Since then he has been linked with numerous clubs around Europes top leagues. It seems a move from PSV is only a matter of time away. Everton are a team that have shown real interest and would get first team football. It looks set that Lozano will be the next Mexican star.

Mina Colombia

Yerry Mina

Everyone will be aware of Yerry Mina after this World Cup. The 23 year old played three of Colombia's four games at the World Cup, partnering Davison Sanchez at centre back. He is a big threat in the air and was Colombia's top scorer at the World Cup, scoring three goals. He got the equaliser against England in the round of sixteen and helped the team limit England down to very few chances.

People can argue he has already got his big move before the World Cup, signing for Barcelona in January. However, it has been rumoured that Barcelona want to move him on to make room for more non-EU players. After this World Cup the suitors have begun to line up and it won't be hard for Barcelona to off load him. It is clear that he has the potential to become a world class centre back and he may go out on loan to for more first team experience. With some more experience, Barcelona can get a lot more for him as they look to at least double their €11.8 million investment.

Lucas Torreira

Uruguay are known for being a very strong defensive side. At the World Cup they've only conceded one goal and have seven clean sheets in their last nine games. The centre back pairing of Godin and Gimenez take most of the credit for this but the midfield play a big part. Lucas Torreira has slotted right into the team and not looked out of place. At only 22 years old he still has a lot of room for improvement but the tough-tacking box-to-box midfielder looks a promising talent.

Lucas Torreira is currently contracted to Sampdoria but is heavily linked to Arsenal and a fee has reportedly been agreed. If he can settle into the culture, he'll fill the hole of a tough-tackling midfield that Arsenal have been screaming out for since Patrick Vieira left. He came off the bench in Uruguay's opening two games but started against Russia and Portugal. He came up against Ronaldo and did well to keep him relatively quiet, that will give him a lot of confidence when coming up against any other player.

Lucas Torreira

Aleksandr Golovin

The next Russian "wonderkid" has only incresed his reputation at the World Cup. Russia were the lowest ranked team coming into the World Cup and were expected to finish bottom of their group but scored eight goals in their opening two games. Golovin got a goal and two assists in those matches. At only 22 years old it appears he has a bright future ahead of him and is attracting interest from a number of Premier League teams including; Chelsea and Arsenal.

Back in 2015 he was playing for CSKA Moscow's reserves and was not on anyones radar. He was in the Russian Euro 2016 squad and hasn't looked back ever since. He's made himself indispensable for club and country and this World Cup has only increased his value and interest. He is the creative force for the team and everything good seems to go through him. At a bigger club he may struggle to get on the ball, but has a good range of passing that would be useful for a lot of teams.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

It was known before the World Cup that Milinkovic-Savic has a big future ahead of him. He has been compared to Paul Pogba, standing at 6ft3in tall, is physically strong and has great ability with his feet. The Lazio man has been linked with a move to most of the top clubs in Europe; Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United and Juventus. However, it appears Juventus have given up their chase with Lazio demanding far too much for the player.

At the World Cup he showed glimpses of what he can do. He was given the freedom to go forward and played as a number ten for Serbia. He created plenty of chances for the Serbian forward players but they couldn't convert and Serbia could still be in the competition if they did. They didn't make it out of the group stages and his World Cup was cut short. The national team rate him so highly that they controversially sacked the previous manager for giving him minimal game time. If Lazio lower their price it won't be long until Milinkovic-Savic gets his move and we seeing him playing at the highest level.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic Serbia

Ante Rebic

The 24 year old has impressed people in Russia. Croatia are emerging as dark horses and Ante Rebic has been a part of it. He's only managed to the one goal at the World Cup but his pace and power has caused defences all sorts of trouble. After this World Cup is over he'll be remembered for the fantastic volley he scored against Argentina but his contribution has been more than that.

He is currently contracted to Fiorentina but is currently on a long loan with Eintracht Frankfurt. Rebic moved to Fiorentina in 2013 but has struggled in Serie A. With the pace and physique he possess the Bundesliga and Premier League suits his game a lot more. Both Tottenham and Everton are rumoured to be interested and may be a good addition to both of their squads.