World Cup 2014: The Premier League transfer targets on show in Brazil
The next few weeks will provide fans with an opportunity to get a closer look at the players linked with clubs in England
The World Cup in Brazil promises to be a showcase for potential Premier League transfer targets.
With England's top clubs all expected to be busy in the transfer market this summer, numerous players will have an opportunity to impress their potential new employers.
While buying players off the back of a good tournament tends to be something of a risk, going into the tournament there are already numerous players to have been linked with moves to England whose talent is not in doubt, but may be relatively unfamiliar to those who tend to concentrate on the Premier League.
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So here we take a look at the players to watch in Brazil who could well be playing in the Premier League come August.
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