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The Dutch Eredivisie have voided their 2019/20 season.

French bosses have put all Ligue 1 and Ligue 1 football on hold until at least September, effectively ending their campaigns.

The Premier League and Bundesliga are making tentative plans to resume action behind closed doors.

Hakim Ziyech (Ajax to Chelsea)

The Moroccan ace in a Blues shirt when he officially becomes a Chelsea player on July 1.

He has been a gem for Ajax since his move from FC Twente in 2016, scoring 48 goals and providing 82 assists in 165 games for the Amsterdam giants.

Alvaro Morata (Chelsea to Atletico Madrid)

The Spanish striker will officially become an Atletico Madrid player this summer.

Olivier Giroud is also likely to leave, the Blues will be on the hunt for another striker.

Giovani Lo Celso (Real Betis to Tottenham)

The Argentine’s move to Spurs will made official this summer.

He joined the Premier League side on loan from Real Betis last summer, but it was widely expected it would be made permanent, especially following the departure of Christian Eriksen to Inter Milan.

Helder Costa (Wolves to Leeds)

Leeds signed the Wolves winger on a season-long loan last summer, with an obligation to pay £15million for him once the agreement ends.

He managed just four goals and five assists in 40 games.

Yan Couto (Coritiba FC to Man City)

He might be the long-term replacement for Kyle Walker, with Joao Cancelo struggling for games – just 11 since arriving from Juventus last summer.

Danel Sinani (F91 Dudelange to Norwich)

Luxembourg forward Danel Sinani has signed a pre-contract agreement with the club and will move to Carrow Road on a three-year seal before the 2020/21 season.

He has 24 goals and eight assists in 30 games this season.

William Saliba (Saint-Etienne to Arsenal)

The Gunners signed the 19-year-old for £27m last summer,

And his arrival at the Emirates Stadium may now be brought forward, after it was announced the Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 seasons have been suspended until September, meaning the current campaign is effectively over.

Saliba is only registered as a Saint-Etienne player until June 30, so while he may not be allowed to play if/when the 2019/20 Premier League term resumes.

Pape Gueye (Le Havre to Watford)

Watford recently announced the signing of the French midfielder in a free transfer, with his contract at Ligue 2 side Le Havre set to expire this summer.

Luke Matheson (Rochdale to Wolves)

Wolves announced their £1m deal for 17-year-old full-back Matheson in January, but he was loaned back to the League One club for the remainder of the campaign.

He only signed his first professional deal with Rochdale, where he has played since he was eight.

Jermain Defoe (Bournemouth to Rangers)

The veteran striker will officially become a full-time Rangers player this summer, having signed a deal with the Scottish club back in January.

David Silva (Released by Man City)

The Spaniard confirmed back in June this season will be his last at Manchester City – what a shame if he won’t be able to complete it.

Ten years at the club he has won four Premier League titles, two FA Cups and five League Cups, lifted two European Championships and the World Cup with his country.

Pedro (Released by Chelsea)

Pedro has already confirmed he will leave Chelsea when his contract expires this summer. He has won the Premier League title, one FA Cup as well as the Europa League in a Blues shirt, will become a free agent and it is widely believed he is seeking a return to Spain.

Pablo Zabaleta (Released by West Ham)

The 35-year-old Argentine is set to end his Premier League career this summer, Zabaleta won two Premier League titles, two League Cups and the FA Cup with Manchester City before joining West Ham in 2017.

“I’m coming to the end of my career and it’s my last season in England, and I wanted to finish in a different way, playing in front of the fans, having those emotions and that adrenaline,” Zabaleta said.

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