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It’s an uncommon occurrence to find one of the world’s top midfielders available on the transfer market, but this summer, Bayern Munich’s Joshua Kimmich might fit that description.

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The 29-year-old has enjoyed a successful nine-year stint in Bavaria, winning numerous titles. However, reports suggest he’s considering a new challenge as he enters the final year of his contract.

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Kimmich is reportedly open to discussing a potential move with five clubs: Arsenal, Barcelona, Liverpool, Manchester City, and Real Madrid. Each club would undoubtedly welcome the versatile midfielder into their squad.

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The question remains: which club would be the best fit for Kimmich as he considers leaving Bayern?

5. Real Madrid

Despite having a plethora of midfield options, Real Madrid has a history of making big signings. However, considering their current roster, Kimmich’s fit seems unlikely.

Likelihood: 1/10

4. Barcelona

Barcelona has a history of signing quality German midfielders, and their midfield could benefit from Kimmich’s presence. However, financial constraints and managerial uncertainties may hinder any potential move.

Likelihood: 3/10

3. Liverpool

Liverpool has revamped its midfield recently but could still use Kimmich’s versatility. Under the right manager, Kimmich could thrive and ease the workload on the existing squad.

Likelihood: 6/10

2. Arsenal

With Mikel Arteta’s tactical system, Kimmich could be a transformative signing for Arsenal. He fits the profile of the type of midfielder Arsenal needs and could excel under Arteta’s guidance.

Likelihood: 8/10

1. Manchester City

A reunion with Pep Guardiola makes Manchester City the most logical destination for Kimmich. Guardiola played a significant role in Kimmich’s development, and a return to his tutelage could reignite his career.

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