Brexit is a problem for Kane and Sterling
The leaders of England in the European Championship, Harry kane and Raheem sterling are two of the most courted players in a much quieter transfer market than in previous years.
The two attackers have an excellent reputation and are in great demand from the big teams of the Old Continent, but one factor severely limits their chances of choosing their destination: Brexit.
The UK’s exit from the European Union means that if they left for a club in another UEFA member country, both would occupy a non-EU place.
This situation makes, for example, almost impossible for either of them to join the real Madrid, who has shown interest in the past, but whose quota of non-EU players is at its maximum.
It is therefore much more complicated for the two stars to leave the islands and the Premier League market itself is presumed to be the big possibility for both in the event that they want to change clubs.