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Summer transfer window betting news, betting odds & betting tips: Who is going where when the Summer transfer window opens?

Leigh Copson in Football 31 Aug 2017



Key events
14:45 31 Aug

Ladbrokes Transfer Window Odds Update

09:27 31 Aug

Riyad Mahrez EVS for Barcelona switch after leaving Algeria camp

10:12 30 Aug

Chelsea even-money to sign Barkley

14:07 29 Aug

BetVictor Release Updated Transfer Betting Specials

15:41 24 Aug

Willian to move to Barcelona? Mustafi to Inter Milan?

16:45 22 Aug

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Odds On To Return To Manchester United This Season

11:58 22 Aug

Massive gamble on Jamie Vardy joining Chelsea before transfer window closes

14:55 21 Aug

Barcelona target Philippe Coutinho 1/2 to stay at Liverpool this summer

12:55 17 Aug

Virgil Van Dijk odds-on to stay at Southampton

12:10 17 Aug

Ladbrokes offering odds on Philippe Coutinho SCORING for Barcelona this weekend

13:49 15 Aug

Antonio Conte 11/2 to leave Chelsea before Diego Costa

16:19 14 Aug

Coutinho still odds-on for Barcelona move

15:53 14 Aug

Danny Drinkwater Odds-On to Sign For Chelsea

15:09 14 Aug

Diego Costa 1/7 to never play for Chelsea again

14:57 14 Aug

Danny Drinkwater tops Chelsea boss Antonio Conte’s shopping list

15:13 10 Aug

Betting Suspended on Ousmane Dembele Joining Barcelona

14:08 10 Aug

Danny Rose Set To Stay At Spurs…Philippe Coutinho Set To Stay At Liverpool

11:32 10 Aug

Manchester United and Manchester City both 13/8 to sign Danny Rose

08:34 10 Aug

Alexis Sanchez into 1/3 to stay with Arsenal this summer

08:24 10 Aug

Philippe Coutinho remains odds-on for Barcelona switch

17:02 09 Aug

Coutinho Odds Of Moving To Barca Drift As Sanchez Looks Likely To Stay At Arsenal

15:30 08 Aug

Bookies not convinced Philippe Coutinho will ditch Liverpool for Barcelona

15:05 03 Aug

Barcelona to sign Kylian Mbappe?

14:54 03 Aug

Neymar move is still on say the bookies

13:57 31 Jul

Neymar move to PSG is guaranteed say the bookmakers

15:09 28 Jul

Chelsea Backed to Sign Barkley & Oxlade-Chamberlain

16:09 26 Jul

Gareth Bale odds slashed to 4/1 for Manchester United move

13:21 25 Jul

Bookies resist temptation to close market on Mbappe to Real Madrid

10:29 25 Jul

Paris St Germain trimmed to 2/1 to sign Alexis Sanchez this summer

09:59 22 Jul

Ladbrokes close book on summer moves for Neymar, Matic & Gibbs

13:14 21 Jul

Renato Sanches 5/4 to Join Manchester United

10:35 21 Jul

Coutinho 11/4 to Join Barcelona Despite Liverpool Rejecting Bid

14:17 20 Jul

Diego Costa 1/10 to join Atletico Madrid

11:36 20 Jul

Bookies slash odds on Ross Barkley following Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United

17:08 19 Jul

Betting Suspended on Alvaro Morata to Chelsea

11:15 19 Jul

Paris St Germain slashed to 2/1 to land Alexis Sanchez

12:34 18 Jul

Alexis Sanchez slashed to Even money to follow Neymar to PSG

11:01 18 Jul

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang odds-on for Chelsea switch

15:01 17 Jul

Bookies suspend betting on Neymar to Paris St Germain

14:52 17 Jul

Chelsea just 2/1 to land Sergio Aguero this summer

10:39 17 Jul

Zlatan Ibrahimovic into 4/5 to stay at Manchester United

12:09 14 Jul

Ladbrokes Make SEVEN England Internationals 3/1 or Shorter for Summer Transfers

15:44 13 Jul

Bookies suspend betting on Kyle Walker to Manchester City

14:15 13 Jul

Thomas Lemar just 1/6 for Arsenal move

11:26 13 Jul

Olivier Giroud into 2/1 for shock Borussia Dortmund move this summer

14:31 12 Jul

Odds slashed on Tottenham Hotspur pair heading to Manchester

10:45 12 Jul

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Even-money for Manchester United return

13:37 11 Jul

Bookies backing Kylian Mbappe to snub Arsenal for Real Madrid

12:31 11 Jul

Betway Open Betting On Everton's Summer Transfers: Sigurdsson 2/5 to Join

12:11 08 Jul

Everton slashed to 2/1 to sign Virgil van Dijk

10:23 08 Jul

Arsenal odds on to lose Alexis Sanchez but land Thomas Lemar

15:37 07 Jul

Manchester United clear favourites to land Jack Butland as David De Gea replacement

12:40 07 Jul

Alvaro Morata odds slashed to settle on Chelsea switch

11:55 07 Jul

Fernando Llorente 1/3 favourite to replace Diego Costa at Chelsea

11:00 06 Jul

Ladbrokes SUSPEND BETTING on Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United

08:56 05 Jul

Betting suspended on Wayne Rooney returning to Everton

15:09 04 Jul

Alexis Sanchez odds swing: Chilean odds-on at 4/5 from 11/8 to remain a Gunner

12:53 04 Jul

Alvaro Morata now 6/4 to NOT join Manchester United this summer

11:20 04 Jul

Kylian Mbappe odds-on to become world's most expensive player

15:46 03 Jul

John Terry 1/3 for 30+ Games for Aston Villa Next Season: 20/1 to be Next Aston Villa Manager

14:16 03 Jul

Wayne Rooney 1/5 to join Everton

12:09 03 Jul

Alexis Sanchez Odds-On for Manchester City Move

11:15 03 Jul

Neymar backed for Manchester United move

13:07 02 Jul

Olivier Giroud 4/5 to stay put despite Everton rumours

16:28 30 Jun

Premier League latest: Naby Keita into 5/4 for Liverpool switch

10:16 30 Jun

Unwanted Joe Hart shorter than ever to stay at Manchester City

12:34 28 Jun

Arsenal 2/1 to keep star duo Alexis Sanchez & Mesut Ozil this summer

11:09 28 Jun

Bookies backing Aston Villa to beat rivals Birmingham City for John Terry’s signature

10:40 28 Jun

Arsenal could miss out on Monaco star Kylian Mbappe

13:45 27 Jun

Bookies suspend betting on Dani Alves to Manchester City

13:35 27 Jun

Giroud, Walcott & Oxlade-Chamberlain 3/1 or shorter for Arsenal exits

11:02 27 Jun

Riyad Mahrez Odds-On for Arsenal Move

15:57 26 Jun

Bookies slash odds on Sergio Aguero & Alexis Sanchez trading places

14:50 26 Jun

Tottenham Hotspur 7/4 favourites to land Germany star Max Meyer

12:38 26 Jun

John Terry nailed on 1/4 shot to join Aston Villa

13:47 25 Jun

Harry Kane slashed to 6/1 for Manchester United switch

11:22 25 Jun

Martin Skrtel 2/1 to reunite with Rafael Benitez at Newcastle United

12:11 24 Jun

Arsenal shorter than ever to sign Lacazette this summer

11:52 23 Jun

Liverpool still favourites to sign Virgil Van Dijk

14:32 22 Jun

Manchester City new favourites to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

11:19 22 Jun

Ross Barkley odds-on for Everton exit; Man City set for summer clear-out

16:00 21 Jun

Alexis Sanchez odds-on to ditch Arsenal for Manchester City

15:47 21 Jun

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang odds-on for Premier League switch

12:48 21 Jun

Chelsea & Man Utd lead race for Bayern Munich hitman Lewandowski

10:21 21 Jun

Romelu Lukaku 1/7 to start Chelsea's first game of 2017/18 season

15:13 20 Jun

Bookies backing Man City to land Aubameyang or Sanchez this summer

13:14 20 Jun

Nemanja Matic Even money for Jose Mourinho reunion at Manchester United

12:53 20 Jun

Oxlade-Chamberlain into 8/11 to join Liverpool as bookies close market on Salah deal

11:45 19 Jun

Ronaldo now just 7/4 to move to Manchester United

14:49 18 Jun

Cristiano Ronaldo wants Manchester United return but bookies expect star to stay put

14:35 16 Jun

Ronaldo continues to be backed for Man United move

12:51 16 Jun

Ivan Perisic just 4/11 to move to Manchester United

10:34 16 Jun

Cristiano Ronaldo 6/4 to leave Real Madrid this summer: Is he set for a Man United return?

17:26 15 Jun

Gianluigi Donnarumma to move to Manchester United?

11:38 15 Jun

Big gamble on John Terry to Birmingham City

14:08 13 Jun

Cristiano Ronaldo 8/1 for Manchester United reunion this summer

12:31 13 Jun

Joe Hart out to 9/4 to join Everton as Toffees target Jordan Pickford

10:45 13 Jun

Real Madrid 7/4 to replace Alvaro Morata with Harry Kane

15:36 12 Jun

Tom Heaton 5/4 to make England World Cup squad: 4/1 to join Everton this summer

12:22 12 Jun

Cesc Fabregas to Arsenal? Joe Hart to Everton?

13:06 11 Jun

Dusan Tadic 7/4 to move to Liverpool

15:05 09 Jun

Alexis Sanchez now 2/5 to ditch Arsenal this summer

14:23 09 Jun

Zlatan Ibrahimovic 1/2 to make MLS switch after Manchester United release

13:14 08 Jun

AC Milan 6/4 to seal deal for ‘unwanted’ Chelsea star Diego Costa

09:55 08 Jun

Bookies re-open Van Dijk market after Liverpool abandon pursuit

14:03 07 Jun

Real Madrid pair James Rodriguez & Alvaro Morata odds-on for big-money moves this summer

11:33 07 Jun

Liverpool still odds-on to sign Virgil van Dijk despite Southampton allegations

16:37 06 Jun

Romelu Lukaku 1/3 for Chelsea reunion

15:49 06 Jun

Alvaro Negredo Even-money to swap Middlesbrough for West Bromwich Albion

16:56 05 Jun

Ladbrokes predicting Arsenal summer clear-out

14:57 05 Jun

Bookies suspend betting on Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool

13:38 05 Jun

'Tempted' Eden Hazard now 9/4 for Real Madrid move

10:34 05 Jun

Jamie Vardy 7/4 for Everton switch this summer

13:44 02 Jun

William Hill Suspend Betting on Zlatan Leaving Manchester United

14:09 01 Jun

Antoine Griezmann Odds On To Stay At Atletico Madrid As Romelu Lukaku To Manchester United Odds Trimmed

14:51 31 May

Alexis Sanchez Odds-On to Leave Arsenal

13:26 30 May

Moussa Sissoko to return to Newcastle United?

12:00 30 May

Everton Favourites to Sign Joe Hart

11:28 30 May

Diego Costa odds-on for Chelsea Stay

14:26 29 May

Ivan Perisic 6/4 to sign for Manchester United

13:34 28 May

Ross Barkley 6/4 to move to West Ham after bid rumours

12:46 25 May

Manchester United 1/5 to splash out £100m-plus after sealing Champions League place

11:28 25 May

Tottenham Hotspur 5/4 favourites to lure Ross Barkley from Everton

14:16 24 May

Ladbrokes close book on Iker Casillas to Liverpool

14:02 24 May

Diego Costa & Alexis Sanchez odds-on to leave clubs after FA Cup Final

14:23 22 May

Latest Transfer Betting News: Wenger to stay and keep Ozil & Sanchez

11:20 19 May

Robbe Keane cut from 10/1 to Evens to join Harry Redknapp at Birmingham City

13:15 18 May

Liverpool backed to sign Alex Oxlader-Chamberlain

14:53 17 May

Tottenham Hotspur 11/10 to land Everton star Ross Barkley

11:40 17 May

Chelsea slashed to 5/2 to lure Kyle Walker from Tottenham Hotspur

09:38 16 May

Done Deal? Ladbrokes suspend betting on James Rodriguez to Manchester United

16:04 15 May

Chelsea captain John Terry urged to snub 8/4 switch to Bournemouth

15:47 15 May

Daniel Sturridge 5/4 to stick with Liverpool this summer

11:17 15 May

West Ham United 7/4 favourites to land Napoli star Dries Mertens

14:16 11 May

Bookies backing Wayne Rooney for 13/8 China switch

13:16 11 May

Peter Crouch 4/1 for Birmingham City move

16:59 10 May

Liverpool 5/4 favourites to sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

15:50 10 May

Harry Redknapp & Niko Kranjar 2/1 for Birmingham City reunion

15:34 10 May

Diego Costa 1/3 for China switch after declaring he 'owns' his future

16:16 09 May

Celtic 6/4 favourites to sign Chelsea starlet Dominic Solanke

12:08 09 May

Chelsea 11/10 to lure Virgil van Dijk away from Southampton

11:47 09 May

Gareth Bale 1/20 to remain at Real Madrid this summer

12:40 05 May

Bookies slash odds on Diego Costa leaving Chelsea to China

12:37 05 May

Kyle Walker odds-on to leave Tottenham Hotspur for Manchester City this summer

10:46 05 May

Liverpool 5/2 favourites to land Riyad Mahrez as bookies go odds-on about Leicester City exit

13:16 04 May

Man Utd & Juventus short odds to land Chelsea star Willian

12:35 03 May

Rising star Kylian Mbappe odds-on to stay at Monaco

12:25 03 May

Manchester City shock 3/1 favourites to sign Luke Shaw

14:16 02 May

Chelsea 2/1 favourites to sign Manchester City misfit Joe Hart

14:07 02 May

Kasper Schmeichel Even money for Manchester United switch

10:36 02 May

Spurs stars Walker & Alderweireld linked with Manchester moves

12:38 30 Apr

Jordan Pickford 9/2 to swap Sunderland for Newcastle United this summer

07:59 30 Apr

Jermain Defoe 2/1 for Bournemouth reunion

15:16 28 Apr

Antoine Griezmann 8/11 to join Manchester United

Live blog

14:45 31 Aug

Ladbrokes Transfer Window Odds Update

ALEXIS SANCHEZ'S odds have now shortened up into 1/5 following a rumoured bid of £60m for the Chilean by Manchester City

However 40% of all bets in the market are for him to stay at Arsenal this summer, which is now rated a 3/1 shop with the firm

Shop punters in Birmingham have been putting their money on JACK WILSHERE being Harry Redknapp's latest signing, and his odds have now tumbled into 3/1

ROSS BARKLEY is a shade of odds-on to remain an Everton player, but Spurs (7/4) and Chelsea (5/2) are still in the mix as far as the money's concerned

With rumours circulating he's recently arrived in Spain, RIYAD MAHREZ is now just 1/2 to join Barcelona
THOMAS LEMAR is being backed heavily to sign on the dotted line for Arsenal, which is now rated as an 2/5 shot
09:27 31 Aug

Riyad Mahrez EVS for Barcelona switch after leaving Algeria camp


Leicester City star Riyad Mahrez is Even money for a transfer deadline day move to Barcelona after he left the Algeria national team camp in order to “formalise his transfer to his new club”.

Mahrez has been linked with a move away from the King Power Stadium ever since playing a key role in Leicester’s sensational Premier League title success in 2015/16, and it now appears as though the Algerian winger will be moving on before the summer transfer window slams shut today.

“Riyad Mahrez was authorised by the national coach Lucas Alcaraz and the Algerian Football Federation to make an express trip to Europe to formalise on Thursday his transfer to his new club,” read a statement on the Algerian football authority’s website.

“The national team will fly without him on Thursday morning to Lusaka to face Zambia on Saturday.”

Barcelona are the Even money favourites to be the club Mahrez signs for today, with long-time suitors Arsenal now 3/1 shots with William Hill following the departure of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to Liverpool.

The firm is 7/2 that Mahrez remains a Leicester player at the close of the window, with moves to Chelsea and Roma priced up at 5/1 and 8/1 respectively.

Big-spending Paris St Germain are 12/1 outsiders for Mahrez’s signature, while Manchester United are 16/1 to make him their latest big-money addition to the squad. 

10:12 30 Aug

Chelsea even-money to sign Barkley

 
Betway’s Alan Alger, said: 

“Having had an initial bid of £25m turned down, Chelsea’s pursuit of Ross Barkley is expected to go down to the wire, with the Everton midfielder now evens to join the champions.
 
“Everton are demanding a higher fee, but the 23-year-old only has 12 months remaining on his contract and it’s likely they’ll cash in on the wantaway midfielder before Thursday’s deadline.
 
“Tottenham had previously been odds-on to sign Barkley earlier in the window, but with the North-London club yet to lodge a firm bid, they’re currently an outside shot at 4/1.”
  
Ross Barkley club after summer transfer window:

Chelsea Evens
Tottenham 4/1
Arsenal 12/1
BAR
25/1
14:07 29 Aug

BetVictor Release Updated Transfer Betting Specials


BetVictor have released a number of updated transfer betting markets as deadline day approaches. Philippe Coutinho, Virgil Van Dijk, Alexis Sanchez and Thomas Lemar are all odds-on to change clubs before September 1, while there are also odds on Sergio Aguero, who could be set to leave Manchester City over a lack of game time.

BetVictor spokesperson Jack Milner: 

"After sorting the Naby Keita deal Liverpool are odds-on to sort two more before the end of the week, with the pair of Virgil Van Dijk and Thomas Lemar backed into 1/5 from 4/6 and 4/6 from 16s respectively to move to Anfield. It will be fascinating to see where Alexis Sanchez ends up playing his football after the close of the Summer Transfer Window, with the Chilean striker now 1/2 from 6/4 to swap The Emirates for the Etihad. Both Man City and Arsenal remain locked in a battle to sign West Brom defender Jonny Evans, with Pep Guardiola's side the 5/4 favourites with BetVictor to sign the Irishman by the end of the week."

Virgil Van Dijk to sign for;
Liverpool                          1/5 (from 4/6)
Arsenal                             10/1
Chelsea                             10/1
25/1 Bar

Thomas Lemar to sign for
Liverpool                          4/6 from 16s
Arsenal                             6/1 from 10s
Man Utd                           12/1
Spurs                                 16/1
25/1 Bar

Phillippe Coutinho to sign for;
Barcelona                         1/3
PSG                                    16/1
20/1 Bar

Renato Sanches to sign for;
Liverpool                          7/4
Swansea                           2/1
Monaco                            6/1
16/1 Bar

Alexis Sanchez to sign for;
Man City                           1/2 (from 6/4)
Man Utd                           8/1
Barcelona                         20/1
PSG                                    20/1
25/1 Bar

Jonny Evans to sign for;
Man City                           5/4
Arsenal                             6/4
25/1 Bar

Sergio Aguero to sign for;
Arsenal                             10/1
Chelsea                             10/1
Barcelona                         20/1
Any Chinese Club            20/1
25/1 Bar
15:41 24 Aug

Willian to move to Barcelona? Mustafi to Inter Milan?

Chelsea could be about to lose yet another first-team player to a European heavyweight this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

Barcelona have been chasing Philippe Coutinho all summer, but the latest odds suggest they may switch their attention to Willian between now and Deadline Day.

The Spanish giants are now just 7/2 to sign the Brazilian, while odds of Coutinho moving to the Nou Camp are continuing to drift to 6/4, having once been as short as 2/5.

Meanwhile, Inter continue to be linked with a move for Arsenal defender, Shkodran Mustafi, and 2/1 says he swaps North London for the Spanish capital in the next week or so.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "The transfer window is a week away from slamming shut, and it's shaping up to be one of the most exciting Deadline Days of recent years, with several clubs still chasing targets."

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Shkodran Mustafi to sign for Inter Milan this summer - 2/1

Willian to sign for Barcelona this summer - 7/2
16:45 22 Aug

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Odds On To Return To Manchester United This Season

William Hill are odds on that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will return for Manchester United this season, offering 1/2 that he features for the Red Devils in the Premier League this term – 6/4 he does not.
 
“Ibrahimovic is reportedly making a remarkable recovery and we think he could well return for United this season,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
 
Will Zlatan Ibrahimovic play for Manchester United in the Premier League this season: 1/2 yes; 6/4 no
11:58 22 Aug

Massive gamble on Jamie Vardy joining Chelsea before transfer window closes

Jamie Vardy is now the most likely striker to join Chelsea this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

The reigning Premier League champions have been linked with a move for the Leicester City ace, and the bookies make it just a 6/4 shot a deal gets done before the transfer window slams shut.

That means he's far more likely to move to Stamford Bridge than former targets Sergio Aguero (8/1) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (10/1), with a deal looking increasingly likely.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

"This one really has come out of nowhere, but with Chelsea in desperate need of some added firepower up top, we're taking no chances."

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Jamie Vardy to sign for Chelsea this summer - 6/4
14:55 21 Aug

Barcelona target Philippe Coutinho 1/2 to stay at Liverpool this summer


The Philippe Coutinho transfer saga has had more twists and turns than a country lane in recent weeks, and once again he is odds on to remain at Liverpool with William Hill.

Coutinho was as short as 1/4 to join Barcelona just seven days ago, but he is now 1/2 to stay at Anfield this summer and 6/4 to move to the Camp Nou.

“Liverpool have been desperate to hold on to their man and the odds have swung back in their favour,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“Given how protracted this saga has been, it would not be a surprise if there was another twist in this one yet.”

Latest William Hill odds:

Philippe Coutinho club after summer transfer window: 1/2 Liverpool; 6/4 Barcelona

Philippe Coutinho. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
12:55 17 Aug

Virgil Van Dijk odds-on to stay at Southampton

Betway have cut Virgil Van Dijk's odds of staying at Southampton to 4/7 and he is now as big as 11/4 to join Liverpool this summer.

Betway’s Alan Alger, told Bettingpro: 

“Virgil Van Dijk is now odds-on at 4/7 to stay at Southampton this summer following the clearest indication yet the club won’t be bullied into selling their star defender.”
 
“Van Dijk had been priced as long as 4/1 to stay at St Mary’s earlier this month. However, the club are refusing to budge on their stance the Dutchman is not for sale and the odds have plummeted on the defender extending his Saints career past this transfer window.
 
“Liverpool have drifted to 11/4 having been odds-on to sign the 26-year-old earlier in the window, whilst Chelsea looks an unlikely destination at 4/1.”
 
Betway - Football – Player Specials
 
Virgil Van Dijk at end of summer transfer window:

Southampton 4/7
Liverpool 11/4
Chelsea 4/1

12:10 17 Aug

Ladbrokes offering odds on Philippe Coutinho SCORING for Barcelona this weekend

Ladbrokes more likely than ever for Barcelona to snap up Philippe Coutinho AND Ousmane Dembele this summer.

The Catalan giants have been linked with both stars since allowing Neymar to leave for PSG two weeks ago, and the bookies now make it a 4/6 shot that the two forwards sign before Deadline Day.

And both players are just 3/1 to score their first Barca goals as early as this weekend against Real Betis.

Coutinho was as short as 8/15 to leave Liverpool earlier this week, a price that is continuing to fall as interest from Barca intensifies.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro 

"Barcelona are far from short of transfer funds right now, and we're anticipating a mega spending spree between now and the end of the window - which is bad news for Liverpool fans."

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Philippe Coutinho AND Ousmane Dembele to sign for Barcelona this summer - 4/6

Coutinho to score for Barcelona v Real Betis this weekend - 3/1

Dembele to score for Barcelona v Real Betis this weekend - 3/1
13:49 15 Aug

Antonio Conte 11/2 to leave Chelsea before Diego Costa


Diego Costa is no longer wanted at Chelsea but manager Antonio Conte is under-fire after the opening-day defeat to Burnley – so who will be the first to depart Stamford Bridge?

Betway is 1/10 that Costa is the first one out of the door, but the bookmaker is taking no chances with Conte just 11/2 to leave before the striker does.

“Antonio Conte has had a turbulent summer having missed out on a number of transfer targets,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“Reports suggest the Italian is far from happy at Chelsea and we go 11/2 for him to leave his post before rebel striker Diego Costa.

“The Spanish international still looks nailed-on at 1/10 to leave before the Blues boss, but with Costa's heart set on a move back to Atletico Madrid you wouldn’t rule out Conte leaving before the striker considering the Spanish club’s current transfer ban.”

Betway Betting Special

‘Bigger than the club’ - To leave Chelsea first: 

1/10 Diego Costa
11/2 Antonio Conte

16:19 14 Aug

Coutinho still odds-on for Barcelona move

Philippe Coutinho is 4/11with Betway to secure his dream Barcelona move.

Betway’s Alan Alger, said: “Having been left out of the Liverpool’s Champions League squad, Philippe Coutinho is now odds-on at 4/6 to not play for the Reds this season.

“Coutinho has been left out of two matchday squads this season and, after handing in a transfer request last week, a move to Barcelona seems to be edging closer.

“Liverpool remain adamant the Brazilian won’t be sold, but it’s hard to imagine them keeping hold of the unsettled midfielder and he’s heavily favoured at 4/11 to join Barca this summer.”


Philippe Coutinho to play for Liverpool again (this season):
No 4/6
Yes 11/10
 
Philippe Coutinho club at end of summer transfer window:
Barcelona 4/11
Liverpool 5/4
15:53 14 Aug

Danny Drinkwater Odds-On to Sign For Chelsea

Danny Drinkwater looks like Chelsea’s most likely addition at 4/6 with Betway to sign before the summer transfer window closes.
 
The Leicester man is odds-on with the leading bookmaker to move to Stamford Bridge before the end of the month, followed by £50m-rated centre back Virgil van Dijk.
 
Antonio Conte is coming under pressure following his side’s 3-2 loss to 11/8 relegation candidates Burnley, a match where two of his players were red-carded, and Betway have priced a long list of potential recruits who could strengthen the squad.
 
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is third in the market at 3/1, while Ross Barkley has been subject to increased support in the betting at 4/1.
 
Chelsea might break the bank and opt for Danny Rose at 9/1 or even Real Madrid star Gareth Bale at 14/1.
 
Betway go 16/1 that Conte sits on his hands and sticks with his current squad by not making any more summer signings, and frozen-out striker Diego Costa is long odds-on at 1/7 to never pull on a Chelsea shirt again.
 
Betway’s Alan Alger, said: “Chelsea have picked up suspensions, there are injuries in the camp and there’s a general feeling that they need to strengthen the squad to mount a successful title defence.

“The money suggests Danny Drinkwater will be through the door at Stamford Bridge before too long at 4/6, while Virgil van Dijk is also drawing plenty of attention in the betting at 5/2.”
 
 
Chelsea to sign in summer transfer window:
Danny Drinkwater 4/6
Virgil van Dijk 5/2
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain 3/1
Ross Barkley 4/1
Serge Aurier 9/2
Sergi Roberto 7/1
Alex Sandro 7/1
Danny Rose 9/1
Gareth Bale 14/1
No Signing  16/1
 
Diego Costa to play for Chelsea again?
No 1/7
Yes 4/1
15:09 14 Aug

Diego Costa 1/7 to never play for Chelsea again


Diego Costa is 1/7 to never play for Chelsea again after claiming he has been treated like a ‘criminal’ by manager Antonio Conte.

Costa claims he was told via text message back in June that he is no longer wanted at Stamford Bridge, but summer switch has not materialised so far and the Spain international has launched a scathing attack on Blues boss Conte.

“Why won't they let me go if they don't want me?” he told the Daily Mail. “I have to do what I have to do. I have to think of myself. I've been a good boy here and tried to do the right thing. My desire is to go to Atletico [Madrid].

“In January, things happened with the coach. I was on the brink of renewing my contract and they put the brakes on it. I suspect the manager was behind it. He asked for that to happen.

“His ideas are very fixed and clear. I have seen the sort of person he is. He has his own opinion and that will not change. I respect him as a great coach. He has done a good job and I can see that, but as a person, no. He is not a coach who is very close with his players. He is very distant. He doesn't possess charisma.”

Following his latest comments Costa is now 1/7 to never play for Chelsea again, while Betway has gone 4/1 that he does make at least one more competitive appearance for the first team.

Latest Betway odds

Diego Costa to play for Chelsea again? 1/7 No; 4/1 Yes

14:57 14 Aug

Danny Drinkwater tops Chelsea boss Antonio Conte’s shopping list


Danny Drinkwater looks like Chelsea’s most likely addition at 4/6 with Betway to sign before the summer transfer window closes.

The Leicester City man is odds-on with the leading bookmaker to move to Stamford Bridge before the end of the month, followed by £50m-rated centre back Virgil van Dijk at 5/2.

Antonio Conte is coming under pressure following his side’s 3-2 loss to 11/8 relegation candidates Burnley, a match where two of his players were red-carded, and Betway have priced a long list of potential recruits who could strengthen the squad.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is third in the market at 3/1, while Ross Barkley has been subject to increased support in the betting at 4/1.

Chelsea might break the bank and opt for Danny Rose at 9/1 or even Real Madrid star Gareth Bale at 14/1.

“Chelsea have picked up suspensions, there are injuries in the camp and there’s a general feeling that they need to strengthen the squad to mount a successful title defence,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“The money suggests Danny Drinkwater will be through the door at Stamford Bridge before too long at 4/6, while Virgil van Dijk is also drawing plenty of attention in the betting at 5/2.”

Meanwhile, Betway go 16/1 that Antonio Conte sits on his hands and sticks with his current squad by not making any more summer signings.

Latest Betway odds

Chelsea to sign in summer transfer window:

4/6 Danny Drinkwater
5/2 Virgil van Dijk
3/1 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
4/1 Ross Barkley
9/2 Serge Aurier
7/1 Sergi Roberto
7/1 Alex Sandro
9/1 Danny Rose
14/1 Gareth Bale
16/1 No Signing

15:13 10 Aug

Betting Suspended on Ousmane Dembele Joining Barcelona

Ladbrokes have suspended the betting on Ousmane Dembele leaving Borussia Dortmund this summer. 

After refusing to turn up to training this morning, punters are confident that Dembele moving on is an inevitability. Prior to the breaking news from the German's manager Peter Bosz, the odds of the French youngster moving to Catalonia were chalked up at 4/11 with the firm. 

Callum Bunce of Ladbrokes said: "Dembele couldn't have made his intentions any clearer with his recent actions, and the money suggests it's surely only a matter of time before the club let go of their prized asset."
14:08 10 Aug

Danny Rose Set To Stay At Spurs…Philippe Coutinho Set To Stay At Liverpool

Following Danny Rose’s comments about being open to a move from Tottenham, William Hill offer 3/1 he joins Manchester United during this summer’s transfer window, 11/2 he moves to Chelsea and 10/1 he joins his old pal Kyle Walker at Manchester City. He is 1/2 to stay at Spurs.
 
William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro:

“Danny Rose has said he would be open to a move but after losing Kyle Walker from the right side of their defence, they will be desperate to keep hold of their first choice left back.”  
 
Philippe Coutinho looked like another who was on the move, but the odds now suggest that he will remain at Liverpool with Hills cutting his odds from 11/10 to still be there to 8/13.
 
Danny Rose club after the summer transfer window: 1/2 Tottenham; 3/1 Manchester United; 11/2 Chelsea; 10/1 Manchester City
 
Philippe Coutinho club after summer transfer window: 8/13 Liverpool; 6/5 Barcelona; 33/1 Bayern Munich; 33/1 Chelsea; 33/1 Juventus; 33/1 Manchester City; 33/1 PSG
11:32 10 Aug

Manchester United and Manchester City both 13/8 to sign Danny Rose

Danny Rose could be the latest full-back to trade North London for Manchester, according to Ladbrokes.

The Tottenham Hotspur ace this week announced he'd be open to a summer move, and that's led the bookies to slash odds of him leaving to 11/8 from 5/1.

And with both Manchester clubs priced up at 13/8 to seal a deal, Rose could well be heading up north before the transfer window slams shut.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

"The left-back spot has been a thorn in Jose Mourinho's side for some time now, but the latest odds suggest he could be about to see to that by bringing in Rose."

Danny Rose Club After Summer

Man United - 13/8
Man City - 13/8
Liverpool - 5/2
Chelsea - 4/1
08:34 10 Aug

Alexis Sanchez into 1/3 to stay with Arsenal this summer


Alexis Sanchez’s Arsenal future has been the subject of much speculation this summer, but bookmaker William Hill are growing increasingly confident that the Chilean will stay put.

Despite a flurry of betting activity at the start of the transfer window, the Sanchez is now just 1/3 to remain at Arsenal.

The Chilean is 2/1 to join Paris St Germain and 9/4 to move to Manchester City.

Latest William Hill odds

Alexis Sanchez club after summer transfer window: 1/3 Arsenal; 2/1 PSG; 9/4 Manchester City; 14/1 Barcelona; 20/1 BAR

08:24 10 Aug

Philippe Coutinho remains odds-on for Barcelona switch


Philippe Coutinho remains odds on to move to Barcelona this season although once again the odds of him staying at Liverpool have been cut.

Coutinho is 8/11 (from 4/7) to move to Barcelona, while William Hill is Even money (from 11/10) about him staying at Anfield.

“The way in which Coutinho has conducted himself during the recent speculation suggests that he will not try to force a move through and for that reason,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“Plus, the fact that no second bid has been lodged means Liverpool’s odds of keeping their man have come in.”

Latest William Hill odds:

Philippe Coutinho club after summer transfer window: 8/11 Barcelona; 1/1 Liverpool; 33/1 BAR

17:02 09 Aug

Coutinho Odds Of Moving To Barca Drift As Sanchez Looks Likely To Stay At Arsenal

Philippe Coutinho remains odds on with William Hill to move to Barcelona this season although once again the odds of him staying at Liverpool have been cut. He is 8/11 (from 4/7) to move to Barcelona and Even money (from 11/10) to stay at Anfield.
 
“The way in which Coutinho has conducted himself during the recent speculation suggests that he will not try to force a move through and for that reason, plus the fact that no second bid has been lodged, Liverpool’s odds of keeping their man have come in,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
 
Another man who was rumoured to be leaving his club this summer was Alexis Sanchez and despite a flurry of betting activity at the start of the transfer window, the Chilean is just 1/3 to remain at Arsenal. He is 2/1 to join PSG and 9/4 to move to Manchester City.
 
Philippe Coutinho club after summer transfer window: 8/11 Barcelona; 1/1 Liverpool; 33/1 BAR
 
Alexis Sanchez club after summer transfer window: 1/3 Arsenal; 2/1 PSG; 9/4 Manchester City; 14/1 Barcelona; 20/1 BAR
15:30 08 Aug

Bookies not convinced Philippe Coutinho will ditch Liverpool for Barcelona


With some reports suggesting that Barcelona chiefs are in England talking to Liverpool about Philippe Coutinho, bookmaker William Hill is not complete convinced the Brazilian will move to the Camp Nou.

Barca are 4/7 favourites to land Coutinho before the end of the summer transfer window, but his current employers, Liverpool, are just 5/4 to hold on to one of their most important players.

“We went odds on that Coutinho was going to move to Barca just four days ago but since then the market has been quiet and we have actually pushed the odds of him leaving from 4/9 to 4/7,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“So while some sections of the Spanish press think he is on his way, the odds suggest otherwise.”

Latest William Hill odds

Philippe Coutinho club after the summer transfer window: 4/7 Barcelona; 5/4 Liverpool; 33/1 Bayern Munich; 33/1 Chelsea; 33/1 Juventus; 33/1 Manchester City; 33/1 Paris Saint Germain

Philippe Coutinho. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
15:05 03 Aug

Barcelona to sign Kylian Mbappe?

Barca join Real Madrid in the betting to sign French wonderkid
 
Betway’s Alan Alger, told Bettingpro: 

“Barcelona have been backed into 5/2 from 4/1 to sign Kylian Mbappe this summer, suggesting they’re in with a real chance of pipping rivals Real Madrid to the signing of the Monaco wonderkid.
 
“Real Madrid have been pushed out to 10/11 from 4/5 to sign the Frenchman and their domestic rivals have been highly fancied in the betting over the last 24 hours as they look to replace the outgoing Neymar.
 
“Mbappe has drifted from 6/4 to 7/4 to remain at Monaco having reportedly told officials of his desire to leave the club.”
  
Kylian Mbappe club at end of summer transfer window:

Real Madrid 10/11 from 4/5
Monaco 7/4 from 6/4
Barcelona 5/2 from 4/1
Man City 14/1 from 10/1
14:54 03 Aug

Neymar move is still on say the bookies

Despite the slight hitch in PSG’s bid for Neymar, William Hill are offering just 1/33 that the Brazilian is at the club come the end of the transfer window.
 
He is 14/1 to win the European Golden Boot and 33/1 to win the Ballon d’Or.
 
“Should Neymar make the move to PSG, which looks almost inevitable now, it is not one that will automatically propel him to becoming the best player in the world,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
 
Messi penned an emotional goodbye to his pal, Neymar, perhaps slightly prematurely, and the Argentinean is 33/1 to follow him out of the Nou Camp before the end of this transfer window.
 
European Golden Boot: 2/1 Messi; 5/2 Ronaldo; 4/1 Suarez; 7/1 Cavani; 10/1 Lewandowski; 12/1 Higuain; 12/1 Kane; 14/1 Neymar; 16/1 Lukaku
 
Neymar club after the summer transfer window: 1/33 PSG; 10/1 Barcelona
 
Ballon d’Or 2017: 1/50 Cristiano Ronaldo; 12/1 Lionel Messi; 20/1 Sergio Ramos; 25/1 Gianluigi Buffon; 33/1 Kylian Mbappe; 33/1 Neymar
 
What year will Lionel Messi leave Barcelona: 33/1 2017; 12/1 2018; 6/1 2019; 3/1 2020; 5/4 2021 5/4 2022 or later
13:57 31 Jul

Neymar move to PSG is guaranteed say the bookmakers

Betway’s Alan Alger, told Bettingpro: 

“The odds suggest Neymar’s proposed transfer to PSG is all but done with the French club now 1/5 to sign the 25-year-old in this transfer window.
 
“The Brazilian could even be unveiled this week, and as the start of the season edges closer, Barcelona will be desperate to lure Philippe Coutinho to the Nou Camp as a replacement.  
 
“The Catalan giants look set to launch an improved bid for the Liverpool midfielder and he can be backed at 11/10 to join Lionel Messi and Co. this summer.”  
  
Neymar end of summer transfer window:

PSG 1/5
Barcelona 2/1
BAR 16/1
 
Philippe Coutinho at end of summer transfer window:

Liverpool 4/6
Barcelona 11/10
BAR 25/1

15:09 28 Jul

Chelsea Backed to Sign Barkley & Oxlade-Chamberlain

Chelsea are set to snare Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

He’s even-money for a summer switch, while the firm have also cut odds of Ross Barkley heading to Stamford Bridge from 7/1 to just 3/1.

Meanwhile, Antonio Conte is also eyeing up moves for Bayern Munich outcast Renato Sanches (5/4) and 5/2 shot Ryan Bertrand, who was on the Blues’ books until 2015.

Ladbrokes News’ Dave Burin said: “Chelsea have already forked out well over £100m this summer but the odds suggest they’re far from done, with a trio of Prem aces and a teenage prodigy now on their radar.”

Chelsea - Summer 2017 transfer specials [incl. loan deals]
 
To sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – Evens
To sign Renato Sanches - 5/4 
To sign Ryan Bertrand - 5/2
To sign Ross Barkley - 3/1
 

16:09 26 Jul

Gareth Bale odds slashed to 4/1 for Manchester United move


Gareth Bale could well be on the move to Manchester United, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies have cut the odds today from 7/1 to just 4/1, with rumours circulating in Spain that Real Madrid will sacrifice Bale in order to sign Kylian Mbappe.

“The Old Trafford club have long been linked with the Welsh superstar and this summer it may finally be the right time to land their man,” Ladbrokes’ Cian Carroll told Bettingpro.com.

“Punters are putting two and two together, and in order to finance Mbappe's mega move something's got to give - that's Bale to Manchester United this summer.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Gareth Bale’s club at end of summer transfer window

Manchester United - 4/1
Paris St Germain - 20/1
Manchester City - 25/1
Bayern Munich - 33/1

Gareth Bale. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
13:21 25 Jul

Bookies resist temptation to close market on Mbappe to Real Madrid


Kylian Mbappe is not a Real Madrid player just yet, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

Despite social media going into meltdown that the Monaco ace is set for a record-breaking £160million move, the firm’s traders are keeping their options - and the betting - open. 

Earlier on Tuesday morning an online punter from Chingford placed a £5,000 wager Real Madrid snap him up, and the bookies have the Galacticos as 1/5 favourites for his signature.

It is just 3/1 that the 18-year-old wonderkid stays on the French Riviera after all, while it is all-but game over for Arsenal who have drifted right out to 14/1 from 4/1.

“For a while we were poised to welcome a new record transfer,” Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro.com. “But we aren't closing the book on Mbappe to Real Madrid just yet.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Kylian Mbappe's club at end of summer transfer window

Real Madrid - 1/5
Monaco - 3/1
Arsenal - 14/1
Paris St Germain - 16/1
Manchester City - 16/1
Liverpool - 25/1
Manchester United - 25/1
Barcelona - 25/1
Chelsea - 25/1

Kylian Mbappe. (Photo by Carlos Rodrigues/Getty Images)
10:29 25 Jul

Paris St Germain trimmed to 2/1 to sign Alexis Sanchez this summer


Bookmaker Betway has cut its odds on Alexis Sanchez ditching Arsenal for Paris St Germain this summer.

Sanchez remains odds-on to still be an Arsenal player at the end of the summer transfer window, with Betway quoting odds of 5/6, but PSG’s odds on luring him away from the Emirates Stadium have been trimmed to 2/1 with Manchester City 7/4 to swoop for the Chilean.

Meanwhile, the Gunners are also odds-on to hold onto Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer, but Chelsea remain 5/4 contenders for his signature with Liverpool now 5/1 shots.

“With the start of the Premier League season only three weeks away, Arsenal fans face an anxious wait to see whether the club decides to cash in on Alexis Sanchez and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain whose contracts both run out next summer,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“Sanchez has made clear his intention to play Champions League football and PSG have joined Man City in the race at 2/1, while Oxlade-Chamberlain is slightly longer at 5/4 to join champions Chelsea before the transfer window slams shut.

“PSG had been available at double-figure odds to sign the Sanchez earlier this summer, but the odds suggest they are now a major player in the race for the Chilean’s signature.”

Alexis Sanchez club at end of summer transfer window:

5/6 Arsenal
7/4 Manchester City
2/1 Paris St Germain
25/1 BAR

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain club at end of summer transfer window:

10/11 Arsenal
5/4 Chelsea
5/1 Liverpool
12/1 BAR

Alexis Sanchez. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)
09:59 22 Jul

Ladbrokes close book on summer moves for Neymar, Matic & Gibbs


Ladbrokes has closed the book on three more players making big money moves this summer, with Neymar being the stand-out name of the bunch.

Paris St Germain look set to smash the world record transfer fee for the Brazilian and the bookies are no longer prepared to take another bet on that scenario panning out.

Meanwhile, Manchester United could be about to fork out another £50million on Nemanja Matic, with Ladbrokes suspending betting on his next club last night.

And with Kieran Gibbs edging nearer to a Watford move, all bets are off as far as his next destination is concerned.

“This could be a very expensive summer for clubs across Europe as far as we're concerned with even more records set to be smashed in the coming weeks,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Neymar to sign for Paris St Germain this summer - BETTING SUSPENDED
Nemanja Matic to sign for Manchester United this summer - BETTING SUSPENDED
Kieran Gibbs to sign for Watford this summer - BETTING SUSPENDED

Neymar. (Photo by Alex Caparros/Getty Images)
13:14 21 Jul

Renato Sanches 5/4 to Join Manchester United

Renato Sanchezcould be set to join Manchester United this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

The Bayern Munich midfielder is just 5/4 to join the Red Devils before the window closes.

If he does head to M16, he’ll likely team up with Ivan Perisic, who is a 1/5 shot to sign for the Old Trafford outfit.

Elsewhere, Paris Saint-Germain star Marco Verratti is 6/4 to join Jose Mourinho’s side, with 5/2 on offer about Tottenham’s Eric Dier making the switch from North London to the North-West.

Ladbrokes News’ Dave Burin said: “It seems Lindelof and Lukaku could just be the tip of the iceberg as far as United’s summer spend is concerned, with the club lining up moves for this fantastic foursome.”

Man United – Summer 2017 transfer specials

To sign Ivan Perisic – 1/5
To sign Renato Sanches – 5/4
To sign Marco Verratti – 6/4
To sign Eric Dier – 5/2

10:35 21 Jul

Coutinho 11/4 to Join Barcelona Despite Liverpool Rejecting Bid

Barcelona’s reported £70m bid for Phillipe Coutinho has been turned down by Liverpool and William Hill offer 1/4 that the Brazilian star stays at Anfield this summer. He is 11/4 to move to Barcelona.
 
“There are very few areas that Barcelona need to strengthen but they have obviously earmarked Coutinho as a key transfer target and once they come calling, it is hard for a player, or indeed his club, to resist,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “We fully expect an improved bid in the coming days.”
 
Phillipe Coutinho club after summer transfer window: 1/4 Liverpool; 11/4 Barcelona; 9/1 PSG; 10/1 Juventus; 16/1 Bayern Munich; 16/1 Bayern Munich; 20/1 BAR
14:17 20 Jul

Diego Costa 1/10 to join Atletico Madrid

Diego Costa has edged even closer to the Chelsea exit door, according to Ladbrokes.

The bookies have slashed odds on him leaving into 1/25 with the news of Alvaro Morata’s impending arrival.

The ex-Atletico Madrid man is just 1/10 for a return to his former club, while AC Milan and PSG are both 7/1 shots for his signature.

Ladbrokes News' Cian Carroll told Bettingpro: 

“After three tumultuous yet glorious seasons at Stamford Bridge, Costa looks like he’s finally leaving Chelsea, and it won't be long before we close the book once and for all on his next club."

Diego Costa Club After Summer

Atletico Madrid – 1/10
AC Milan – 7/1
PSG – 7/1
Juventus – 16/1
11:36 20 Jul

Bookies slash odds on Ross Barkley following Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United


Manchester United may not be finished with Everton as far as summer transfers go, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

Having already swooped for Romelu Lukaku, the Red Devils have seen their odds of signing Ross Barkley slashed from 12/1 to just 6/1.

That means United have leapfrogged Chelsea and Arsenal and are now second-favourites for the England man's signature, with long-time favourites Tottenham Hotspur continuing to drift (from 1/5 to 4/6).

“Everton are playing hardball with Spurs over Barkley's price,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“But if there's one club more than happy to splash the cash it's United, and we're not ruling out a summer switch from Merseyside to Manchester for the midfielder.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Ross Barkley's Club After Summer

Tottenham Hotspur - 4/6
Manchester United - 6/1 (from 12/1 yesterday)
Chelsea - 7/1
Arsenal - 10/1
Manchester City - 16/1
West Ham United - 20/1
AC Milan - 20/1

Ross Barkley. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)
17:08 19 Jul

Betting Suspended on Alvaro Morata to Chelsea

Ladbrokes have suspended betting on Alvaro Morata's club after the summer transfer window shuts.

The bookies have decided to close the book with reports suggesting a deal between Real Madrid and Chelsea is close to being completed.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "Conte may have missed out on Lukaku, but he's clearly keen to bring in an alternative with Diego Costa set for an exit. And the latest news from our trading floor suggests Morata will be spearheading Chelsea's attack in the near future."
11:15 19 Jul

Paris St Germain slashed to 2/1 to land Alexis Sanchez


Alexis Sanchez could be on his way to Paris, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

A flurry of bets on the Arsenal ace joining Paris St Germain have forced the firm the chop the odds from 25/1 to just 2/1, but the bookies remain somewhat cautious on Neymar's chances of moving to PSG with the Brazilian's odds trimmed slightly from 3/1 to 9/4 in light of recent reports.

A double-swoop has not been ruled out, with the French heavyweights 9/1 to land both players this summer.

“Sanchez wants Champions League football, yet Arsenal are unlikely to sell to a Premier League rival, leaving PSG in a very strong position,” Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro.com. “But they're chasing Neymar too, and we aren't ruling out the French giants making two huge signings this summer.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Alexis Sanchez’s Next Club

Manchester City – 7/5
Paris St Germain – 2/1
Manchester United - 9/1
Bayern Munich - 11/1
Chelsea - 14/1
AC Milan - 25/1
Juventus - 25/1

Neymar Transfer odds

To stay at Barcelona - 2/7
To join Paris St Germain this summer - 9/4

Paris St Germain to sign both Neymar and Sanchez this summer - 9/1


12:34 18 Jul

Alexis Sanchez slashed to Even money to follow Neymar to PSG


William Hill has slashed the odds of Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez joining Paris St Germain.

Sanchez’s future has been one of the big transfer stories of the summer and the Chilean has gone from 16/1 to Even money to join PSG in the last 24 hours following a significant gamble.

This comes hot on the heels of William Hill suspending betting on Neymar joining the French giants on Monday.

“If the betting is to be believed, PSG are ready to really up their game this transfer window and Neymar and Sanchez could both be on the way,” spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

Latest William Hill odds:

Alexis Sanchez club after the summer transfer window: 1/1 PSG; 2/1 Arsenal; 7/2 Manchester City; 12/1 Bayern Munich; 14/1 Manchester United; 33/1 BAR

11:01 18 Jul

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang odds-on for Chelsea switch


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is shorter than ever with Ladbrokes for a summer transfer to Chelsea.

The Borussia Dortmund ace has become Antonio Conte's top target after missing out on Romelu Lukaku and the bookies make it just 1/2 he moves to Stamford Bridge during this window.

“Chelsea may have missed out on a Lukaku reunion, but the latest odds suggest they've already found an alternative to the Belgian – and it's someone who might just take the Premier League by storm,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com

Meanwhile, Neymar is still 1/5 to stay at Barcelona and 3/1 to leave despite Paris St Germain being linked with a staggering £195million move, while it is more likely Virgil van Dijk is at Liverpool (2/5) than Southampton (5/2) by the time the transfer window slams shut.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s Club After Summer

Chelsea - 1/2
Any Chinese Club - 4/1
AC Milan - 9/2

Will Neymar be at Barcelona after summer?

Yes - 1/5
No - 3/1

Virgil van Dijk’s Club After Summer

Liverpool - 2/5
Southampton - 5/2
Arsenal - 9/1
Everton - 10/1
Barcelona - 12/1
Chelsea - 16/1
Juventus - 20/1

15:01 17 Jul

Bookies suspend betting on Neymar to Paris St Germain


William Hill has suspended betting on Neymar joining Paris St Germain after a London-based gamble on Monday that saw his odds tumble from 16/1 to 7/4.

The Brazilian strike was 2/5 to remain at Barcelona before the market came down.

“Neymar’s odds have collapsed and there are a number of people who think he could be on his way,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“One customer was even prepared to stake a five figure sum on him moving to the French capital.”

Neymar. (Photo by Alex Caparros/Getty Images)
14:52 17 Jul

Chelsea just 2/1 to land Sergio Aguero this summer


Sergio Aguero has seen his odds of a summer switch to Chelsea slashed by bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The firm had the Argentine priced up at 10/1 for a move to Stamford Bridge, but those odds have been cut to just 2/1 today.

Arsenal are the only other side in the running for his signature at present, with 10/1 on offer for the 29-year-old to join the Gunners.

“City fans could be biting their fingernails at the latest news, with odds of Aguero exiting for West London slashed from 10/1 to just 2s,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Sergio Aguero’s Next Club

Chelsea – 2/1
Arsenal – 10/1

10:39 17 Jul

Zlatan Ibrahimovic into 4/5 to stay at Manchester United


Manchester United may have released Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the end of last season, but bookmaker Betway expect him to make his next competitive appearances for the Red Devils.

Ibrahimovic’s debut season with United was ended prematurely by a serious knee injury that will keep him out of action for a chunk of next season, so it was no real shock when United decided against offering the Swedish striker a new deal.

However, manager Jose Mourinho has suggested Ibrahimovic still has a future at Old Trafford and, after a flurry of bets in response, Betway has trimmed its odds on the forward staying put from 11/10 to 4/5.

“We sensed there was a good chance of Zlatan staying at Manchester United earlier this month,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“But a recent surge of bets for the big Swede to stay put has now forced his odds into a shorter 4/5 and he could be close to confirming that.

“The MLS looks to be Ibrahimovic’s second choice at 11/10, previously 8/11, while a deal to China looks to be getting further away, drifting from 4/1 to 14/1.”

Betway Player Specials

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s club at end of summer transfer window?

4/5 Manchester United
11/10 Any MLS
14/1 Any Chinese Super League
20/1 BAR

Zlatan Ibrahimovic. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
12:09 14 Jul

Ladbrokes Make SEVEN England Internationals 3/1 or Shorter for Summer Transfers

Seven England players are 3/1 or shorter with Ladbrokes for a summer move to improve their chances of making Gareth Southgate's 2018 World Cup squad.

It's odds-on that Arsenal lose Kieran Gibbs (1/2), Jack Wilshere (4/6) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (5/6), while Theo Walcott is just 6/4 for a transfer, with West Ham reportedly interested in the winger.

Meanwhile, Man United could be about to allow both Chris Smalling (2/1) and Phil Jones (2/1) to seek pastures new in an attempt to make England's 23-man squad next year in Russia, while Daniel Sturridge is 3/1 to leave Liverpool this summer.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

"Plenty of huge names have an equally huge decision to make over the next few weeks, and these odds suggest we could see a whole host of tactical transfers from fringe players."

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Kieran Gibbs to leave Arsenal this summer - 1/2
Jack Wilshere to leave Arsenal this summer - 4/6
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to leave Arsenal this summer - 5/6
Theo Walcott to leave Arsenal this summer - 6/4
Chris Smalling to leave Man United this summer - 2/1
Phil Jones to leave Man United this summer - 2/1
Daniel Sturridge to leave Liverpool this summer - 3/1 

15:44 13 Jul

Bookies suspend betting on Kyle Walker to Manchester City


Ladbrokes has suspended betting on Kyle Walker joining Manchester City this summer.

The bookies were as short as 1/5 this morning before taking the market down altogether after reports claimed City and Tottenham Hostpur have agreed on a fee for the defender.

“After slashing the odds to 1/5 earlier this week following Dani Alves' move to Paris St Germain, we've decided to close the book on Walker joining City as Pep Guardiola's spending spree continues,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Kyle Walker to sign for Manchester City - BETTING SUSPENDED

Manchester City to win the 2017/18 Premier League - 9/5

14:15 13 Jul

Thomas Lemar just 1/6 for Arsenal move


Thomas Lemar’s summer move to Arsenal is all-but-confirmed, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies are now just 1/6 about the Monaco ace heading to North London, with the deal priced at 4/7 before this afternoon.

His teammate Kylian Mbappe’s odds of a move to the Emirates has also been cut from 5/1 to 5/2, but it now looks unlikely the pair will be joined by Schalke 04’s Leon Goretza – who is 8/1 to join the Gunners.

“Two of Monaco’s hottest properties could be rocking up at Arsenal very soon as Arsene Wenger looks to fire the Gunners back to their glory days,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Arsenal Summer 2017 transfer specials

Thomas Lemar - 1/6
Kylian Mbappe - 5/2
Leon Goretzka - 8/1

11:26 13 Jul

Olivier Giroud into 2/1 for shock Borussia Dortmund move this summer


Olivier Giroud could be about to swap Arsenal for Dortmund, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang likely to join Chelsea this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

Everton remain 6/4 favourites for Giroud's signature, but Borussia Dortmund have seen their odds slashed from 16/1 to just 2/1 this morning, with the bookies also making it 6/4 that Aubameyang moves to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea were once as short as 1/20 to land Romelu Lukaku before Manchester United sealed a deal for the Belgian striker, leaving the Blues to turn their attention elsewhere, and the early odds suggest they may just have found the perfect alternative in the shape of Aubameyang.

“We're strapping ourselves in for a transfer merry-go-round this summer,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com. “It's one which could help Chelsea storm to yet another Premier League title.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Olivier Giroud Club After Summer

Everton - 6/4
Borussia Dortmund - 2/1
Marseille - 5/1

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Chelsea - 6/4
Any Chinese Club - 4/1
AC Milan - 9/2
Liverpool - 9/1
Arsenal - 12/1
Paris St Germain - 14/1
Manchester United - 16/1
Bayern Munich - 20/1
Juventus - 25/1

Olivier Giroud. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
14:31 12 Jul

Odds slashed on Tottenham Hotspur pair heading to Manchester


Kyle Walker and Eric Dier are on course to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes

Walker has been cut from 8/11 to 1/5 to join Manchester City after the Citizens missed out on Dani Alves, and while Pep Guardiola makes a beeline for the full-back, Jose Mourinho is set to do likewise for Dier.

Amid reports that United are willing to offer £50million for the England international, the bookies have chopped the odds from 5/2 to just 7/4 on Dier moving to Manchester.

“These are worrying times for Tottenham fans,” Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro.com. “The latest odds suggest both Walker and Dier are edging closer and closer to Manchester.”

Meanwhile, former United hero Robin van Persie could be returning to these shores and he now just Evens to make a Premier League comeback this summer.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Summer 2017 transfer specials

Kyle Walker to join Manchester City - 1/5

Eric Dier to join Manchester United - 7/4

Robin van Persie to join any Premier League club - Evens

10:45 12 Jul

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Even-money for Manchester United return


Manchester United are more likely than any other club to land Zlatan Ibrahimovic, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Swedish striker only left Old Trafford a month ago, but the Red Devils are now shock even-money favourites to bring him back during this transfer window.

A move to the MLS had looked nailed on for Ibra, although the bookies now make reckon he will be playing under Jose Mourinho once again next campaign.

“It looks as though Mourinho isn't content with just the one blockbuster addition to his front line this summer, with a return to United for Zlatan now looking more likely than ever,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Club After Summer
Manchester United - Evens
Any MLS Club - 11/10
Zenit St Petersburg - 12/1
Any Chinese Club - 16/1
Paris St Germain - 25/1
Malmo - 25/1
Ajax - 33/1

13:37 11 Jul

Bookies backing Kylian Mbappe to snub Arsenal for Real Madrid


Despite Arsene Wenger suggesting that he is still keen on signing Kylian Mbappe, William Hill think it is a lot more likely that he heads to Real Madrid who are just 11/10 to secure his signature.

Arsenal are all the way out at 7/1.

Other players who look as though they could be on the move include Olivier Giroud, who is just 11/10 to join Everton this summer, and Joe Hart, who is 1/2 to join West Ham United.

Chelsea forward Diego Costa who is 1/4 to re-join Atletico Madrid despite their transfer ban.

Latest William Hill Odds:

Kylian Mbappe club after summer transfer window: 11/10 Real Madrid; 2/1 Monaco; 3/1 PSG; 7/1 Arsenal; 10/1 Manchester City; 16/1 Liverpool; 20/1 AC Milan; 20/1 Chelsea; 20/1 Manchester United; 25/1 Barcelona; 33/1 Bayern Munich

Olivier Giroud club after summer transfer window: 11/10 Everton; 7/4 Arsenal; 3/1 Marseille; 5/1 West Ham; 10/1 Lyon; 14/1 Dortmund; 16/1 Napoli; 20/1 PSG; 25/1 Bayern Munich; 33/1 AC Milan; 33/1 Inter; 40/1 Sevilla

Diego Costa club after summer transfer window: 1/4 Atletico Madrid; 11/4 Chelsea; 12/1 AC Milan; 12/1 any Chines club; 12/1 PSG; 25/1 BAR

Joe Hart club after summer transfer window: 1/2 West Ham; 9/4 Aston Villa; 5/2 Newcastle; 5/1 Manchester City; 9/1 Manchester United; 10/1 Liverpool; 12/1 Chelsea; 14/1 Watford; 20/1 BAR

12:31 11 Jul

Betway Open Betting On Everton's Summer Transfers: Sigurdsson 2/5 to Join

Gylfi Sigurdsson is as short as 2/5 with Betway to be signed by Everton before the end of the summer transfer window, with Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud also towards the top of the betting at 6/4.
 
The Toffees have been linked with a string of big name players following the sale of Romelu Lukaku, with odds on the likes of Demarai Gray (3/1) and Christian Benteke (10/3) moving to Goodison also shortening.
 
Betway’s Alan Alger, said: “Sigurdsson has the shortest odds of any player to be snapped up by Everton at 2/5, strongly hinting that he’s the club’s top target this summer.
 
“Everton have a hefty war chest after selling Lukaku and the odds suggest they are likely to reinvest that in Sigurdsson at 2/5 and Olivier Giroud at 6/4.
 
“The Toffees have also been backed at 3/1 to sign Leicester’s Demarai Gray, while there’s also been a flurry of bets for Christian Benteke to move to Goodison Park at 10/3.”
 
 
Everton to sign in the summer transfer window:
 
Gylfi Sigurdsson  2/5
Olivier Giroud 6/4
Demarai Gray 3/1
Christian Benteke 10/3
Ashley Young 6/1
Edin Dzeko 7/1
Luke Shaw 10/1
Marouane Fellaini 16/1
Daniel Sturridge 33/1
12:11 08 Jul

Everton slashed to 2/1 to sign Virgil van Dijk


Everton could be about to steal Virgil van Dijk from under Liverpool's noses, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Toffees were 50/1 to sign the Southampton defender a few weeks ago, but the bookies have slashed those odds to just 2/1 this morning.

Everton are about to pocket £75million from the imminent sale of Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United, and van Dijk is set to be a prime target for Ronald Koeman.

Liverpool remain 6/4 favourites for the centre-half, but it is now very much a Merseyside duel, with Chelsea best of the rest at 8s.

“Everton have £75m to play with as Lukaku exits,” Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro.com.

“The Toffees look set to flex their muscle and wade in on Van Dijk, much to the chagrin of neighbours Liverpool.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting 

Virgil van Dijk’s club after Transfer Window

Liverpool - 6/4
Everton - 2/1
Chelsea - 8/1
Manchester City - 16/1
Barcelona - 25/1

10:23 08 Jul

Arsenal odds on to lose Alexis Sanchez but land Thomas Lemar


Arsenal may have settle for losing Alexis Sanchez to Manchester City if they are to land Monaco wonderkid, Thomas Lemar, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Gunners are just 4/7 to lose Sanchez to the Citizens this summer - the shortest they have been since signing Alexandre Lacazette last week, following reports that the Chile ace wants out.

City are clear favourites to strike a deal for the former Barcelona forward, with Bayern Munich next in the betting at 6/1 and Chelsea way back at 8/1.

Meanwhile, the bookies make it more likely Lemar is playing for Arsenal (4/7), and not Monaco (5/4), when the transfer window slams shut.

“Arsenal fans have been in dreamland for much of the week, but they could be hit with a nightmare scenario if their key man trades the Emirates for the Etihad,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“But if there's any justice in the world for Gooners, Wenger will replace his key man with one of Monaco's hottest properties.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting 

Alexis Sanchez's club after Transfer Window

Manchester City - 4/7
Bayern Munich - 6/1
Chelsea - 8/1
Paris St Germain - 25/1
Juventus - 25/1
Manchester United - 33/1

Sanchez to leave Arsenal this summer - 4/7

Thomas Lemar Club after Transfer Window

Arsenal - 4/7
Monaco - 5/4
Tottenham Hotspur - 5/1

15:37 07 Jul

Manchester United clear favourites to land Jack Butland as David De Gea replacement


Manchester United may have found David de Gea's replacement in the shape of Jack Butland, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Spanish goalkeeper has been linked with a big money move this summer and is now just 6/4 to sign for Real Madrid.

So who will replace him at Old Trafford? The bookies make the Red Devils 11/4 favourites to replace De Gea with Stoke City's Butland during this transfer window.

They are some way ahead of second-favourites Chelsea to add the England international to their ranks, while Arsenal (12/1), West Ham United (16/1) and Liverpool (25/1) are also huge outsiders in the market.

“All of the attention so far in this window has been on potential arrivals at Old Trafford,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“But the latest odds suggest United could lose arguably their star man to the Galacticos and replace him with Butland.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Manchester United Summer 2017 Specials

To sell David de Gea to Real Madrid - 6/4
To sign Jack Butland from Stoke City - 11/4

Jack Butland. (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)
12:40 07 Jul

Alvaro Morata odds slashed to settle on Chelsea switch


Alvaro Morata may not be heading to Manchester United this summer, but bookmaker Betway believe there is still a good chance the Real Madrid man makes a move to the Premier League.

“Manchester United were as short as 1/4 to sign Morata last week, but their swoop for Romelu Lukaku has seen Chelsea move in as favourites to pick up the Spaniard,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“Though Morata is 10/11 to stay put at Real Madrid, with his asking price around the £60million mark, Chelsea are 6/4, from as big as 8/1 last week, to snap up the Galactico this summer.”

Betway Football Specials

Alvaro Morata’s club at end of summer transfer window:

10/11 Real Madrid
6/4 Chelsea
9/2 Manchester United
20/1 BAR

11:55 07 Jul

Fernando Llorente 1/3 favourite to replace Diego Costa at Chelsea


Fernando Llorente will be Chelsea’s next big-name signing, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies make it just 1/3 he joins the Blues this summer, to replace the outgoing Diego Costa, who is now 1/10 to wave goodbye to West London.

Meanwhile, Alvaro Morata’s odds of a move to Chelsea have been trimmed from 7/4 to 6/4 this morning, while Andrea Belotti is 2/1 to join and Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez 5s to make a shock switch.

“Conte’s been quick to find a Costa replacement and we’re expecting Llorente to be unveiled at the Bridge very soon,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

“The question is, will he be followed by another top-class striker?”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Chelsea - Summer 2017 transfer specials

To sign Fernando Llorente - 1/3
To sign Alvaro Morata - 6/4
To sign Andrea Belotti - 2/1
To sign Alexis Sanchez - 5/1
To sign Timo Werner - 10/1
To sign Mauro Icardi - 12/1

Diego Costa to leave – 1/10

11:00 06 Jul

Ladbrokes SUSPEND BETTING on Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United


Ladbrokes has suspended betting on Romelu Lukaku joining Manchester United this summer, with a deal for the forward said to be agreed.

Lukaku looked destined for a return to Chelsea, but the bookies are now convinced he will switch Merseyside for Manchester with Wayne Rooney set to go the other way.

“We're taking no chances here,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“After slashing Lukaku's odds of a move to United on several occasions already, our traders have decided to close the book.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Romelu Lukaku to sign for Man United this summer - BETTING SUSPENDED


08:56 05 Jul

Betting suspended on Wayne Rooney returning to Everton


Wayne Rooney is on his way back to Everton, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies have shut the book on the England international returning to Goodison Park after a host of bets had seen the striker's homecoming odds plummet into 1/20.

“Everton fans must be wondering what the club are putting in their breakfast this summer,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“Having spent over £70m already, the Toffees are now set to bring home arguably their most famous son.”

Wayne Rooney. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
15:09 04 Jul

Alexis Sanchez odds swing: Chilean odds-on at 4/5 from 11/8 to remain a Gunner

Yesterday Man City were odds-on to sign Alexis Sanchez but today it seems that the Chilean is more likely to remain an Arsenal player, with Betway cutting his odds from 11/8 to 4/5 to stay with Arsenal.
 
Betway’s Alan Alger, said: “We started the week with Man City a well-backed 4/6 chance to prise Alexis Sanchez away from Arsenal but it’s all change. Betting on Sanchez to head north has gone cold and he’s now 11/8 to be a City player at the end of the summer transfer window.
 
“A flurry of market support following Chilean media reports that Sanchez will remain at the Emirates has seen his odds shorten to 4/5 from 11/8 in the last couple of hours.”
 
 
Alexis Sanchez club at end of summer transfer window:

Arsenal 4/5 (from 11/8)
Man City 11/8 (from 4/6)
Bayern 13/2 (from 11/2)

12:53 04 Jul

Alvaro Morata now 6/4 to NOT join Manchester United this summer


Manchester United could be heading for a subdued summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

With reports of a transfer rift between Jose Mourinho and Ed Woodward at Old Trafford, United have made one summer signing so far.

Their pursuit of Alvaro Morata rumbles on, but it is now just 6/4 that the Spaniard does not join the Red Devils this summer, having been as short as 1/10 to sign less than two weeks ago.

It means United could struggle to fill Zlatan Ibrahimovic's boots next season, and 2/1 says none of their players reaches double figures in the Premier League.

The news has had an impact on United's top four hopes too, with the bookies trimming their odds of finishing outside the leading quartet from 3/1 to 9/4.

And could this be the beginning of the end for Mourinho at the Theatre of Dreams? 5/2 says the Special One is sent packing before the 2018-19 campaign gets underway.

“Manchester United appear to be enduring a summer of discontent,” Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro.com. “The latest odds suggest things could yet get worse for Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Manchester United specials

Morata not to sign for Manchester United this summer - 6/4 

Matic not to sign for Manchester United this summer - 9/4  

Matic AND Morata NOT to sign for United this summer - 25/1

David de Gea to leave this summer - 5/2

Wayne Rooney to leave this summer - 1/5

Paul Pogba to leave this summer - 5/1

Alvaro Morata to stay at Real Madrid - 4/1

Nemanja Matic to stay at Chelsea - 8/1

Mourinho to leave United before end of 17-18 season - 8/1

Mourinho to leave United before start of 18-19 season - 5/2

Manchester United to finish outside of the top four - 9/4

No Manchester United player to score 10+ league goals next season - 2/1

11:20 04 Jul

Kylian Mbappe odds-on to become world's most expensive player


Kylian Mbappe will soon become the world's most expensive player, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies have priced up a number of blockbuster names' chances of being sold for more than Paul Pogba's record £89m fee, and the Monaco wonderkid is the clear 1/3 favourite to smash that figure.

Neymar is the next most likely name to break the record at 5/2, with Manchester United now just 4/1 (from 12/1) to sign the Barcelona ace this summer.

Romelu Lukaku has been heavily linked with a return to Chelsea during this transfer window and 9/2 says he goes for £89m+, while Antoine Griezmann (6/1) and Andrea Belotti (8/1) are less likely to set a new record transfer fee.

“Kylian Mbappe is attracting interest from a whole host of elite clubs right now,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com. “But the latest odds are suggesting a record-breaking bid must be made in order to land the French star.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

To set new transfer record fee

Kylian Mbappe - 1/3
Neymar - 5/2
Romelu Lukaku - 9/2
Antoine Griezmann - 6/1
Andrea Belotti - 8/1
Others on request

Kylian Mbappe. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)
15:46 03 Jul

John Terry 1/3 for 30+ Games for Aston Villa Next Season: 20/1 to be Next Aston Villa Manager

John Terry will play a huge part in Aston Villa's promotion push next season, according to Ladbrokes.

The Chelsea legend today completed a move to the West Midlands outfit, and is just 1/3 to play 30+ league games for his new club next season.

The bookies are also offering odds of 2/5 on him grabbing two or more goals next campaign, while 7/4 says he wins promotion with Aston Villa at any stage in his career.

A mid-season Villa Park exit looks unlikely at 6/1, and there's even less chance of Terry taking over from Steve Bruce as boss this time next year (20/1).

With Villa set to kick-off their campaign at home against Hull City, it's just 5/1 the former England skipper gets scoresheet.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

"Fans must still be pinching themselves, but the fact of the matter is that Terry is now officially a Villan - and our traders reckon he'll play a huge part in his side's promotion push next season."

John Terry Specials

To play 30+ Championship games next season - 1/3
To score 2+ Championship goals next season - 2/5
To win promotion with Aston Villa - 7/4
To score on his debut v Hull City - 5/1
To leave Aston Villa in January 2018 - 6/1
To succeed Steve Bruce as manager in 2018-19 season - 20/1

14:16 03 Jul

Wayne Rooney 1/5 to join Everton

Wayne Rooney is shorter than he's ever been to rejoin Everton this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

Amid continued speculation that his Manchester United career is over, Rooney looks closer than ever to an Old Trafford exit.

And a flurry of bets this morning has seen the bookies slash the odds on the forward returning to Goodison Park from 9/4 to just 1/5.

Richard Marsh of Ladbrokes News told Bettingpro: 

"Punters have been piling in on a Rooney reunion at Goodison Park this summer. The odds have never been shorter and our traders will soon be closing the book if they continue to tumble."

Wayne Rooney next club

Everton - 1/5
Any Chinese club - 5/2
Any MLS club - 10/1
AC Milan - 12/1
Stoke - 16/1
Celtic - 25/1
12:09 03 Jul

Alexis Sanchez Odds-On for Manchester City Move

Alexander Lacazette is closing in on a move to Arsenal and the bookies believe that will push Alexis Sanchez out of the door at the Emirates. The Chilean is now just 8/13 with Betway to sign for Manchester City this summer, having been backed in from 11/10.

Betway’s Alan Alger, told Bettingpro: 

“Alexandre Lacazette is edging closer to the entrance at Arsenal and that’s shifted Alexis Sanchez’s odds of exiting considerably. Assuming the £50 million move for Lacazette goes through, Arsene Wenger will surely have to balance the books and Sanchez to Manchester City has been a popular bet - coming in from 11/10 to 8/13 in the last 24 hours.
 
“Bayern Munich seem to have gone cold on signing Sanchez over the past couple of days and they’re down in the betting at 6/1, whilst the Chilean is out to 6/4 from evens to remain a Gunner.”
 
Betway – Football – Player Specials
 
Alexis Sanchez club at end of summer transfer window:

Manchester City 8/13
Arsenal 6/4
Bayern Munich 6/1
Chelsea 14/1
BAR 25/1
11:15 03 Jul

Neymar backed for Manchester United move

Neymar could be the subject of a new world record transfer fee this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is reportedly willing to activate the Brazilian's £174m release clause, and the bookies have slashed odds of a move taking place during this transfer window from 12/1 to just 4/1.

Meanwhile, Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud could be the subject of a £20m mega move to Merseyside, with Everton now shock 7/4 favourites to land the Frenchman this summer. West Ham have long been linked with a move for the forward, but they've since drifted to 7/2 as interest from Goodison Park has grown.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro

"There's a long way to go, but the latest Neymar rumours have sparked our traders into action. And such a huge cut in odds over the weekend suggests the Red Devils might just smash the world record transfer fee for the second year in a row."

"As for Arsenal, it looks as though a deal for Lacazette could signal the end of Giroud's time in North London, with the Toffees seemingly ready to pounce."


Neymar to sign for Man United this summer - 4/1 (was 12/1)

Olivier Giroud to sign for Everton this summer - 7/4
Olivier Giroud to sign for West Ham this summer - 7/2
13:07 02 Jul

Olivier Giroud 4/5 to stay put despite Everton rumours


Arsenal are reportedly poised to splash the cash to bring Lyon hitman Alexandre Lacazette to the Emirates Stadium this summer, but the bookmakers are not fully convinced that Olivier Giroud will be sacrificed to make room for his fellow Frenchman.

William Hill is 4/5 that Giroud is still an Arsenal player when the Summer Transfer Window Slams shut, although the firm is not ruling out the possibility of him moving on.

West Ham United continue to be linked with a move for the forward and are 2/1 favourites to secure his signature ahead of 6/4 shots Lyon, who could move for Giroud as a replacement for Arsenal-bound Lacazette.

Everton remain 14/1 outsiders despite reports on Merseyside suggesting he could be the latest high profile signing for the Toffees.

Ronald Koeman has already forked out to bring Jordan Pickford and Davy Klaasen to Goodison Park, and the Liverpool Echo claim the Dutchman could turn to Giroud if last season’s top scorer, Romelu Lukaku, does move on this summer.

Olivier Giroud. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
16:28 30 Jun

Premier League latest: Naby Keita into 5/4 for Liverpool switch


Liverpool are on course to make another marquee signing in the shape of Naby Keita, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies have trimmed the Guinean’s odds of a summer move to Anfield from 7/4 to just 5/4, while it’s 5/1 the Reds also add Hull City’s Andy Robertson to their ranks.

Elsewhere, Arsenal’s Keiran Gibbs is 3/1 to make the short journey to Watford in this window, with Chelsea in the running for Jerome Boateng (7/2) and Kostas Manolas (4/1).

“It’s all happening right now, with Liverpool set to unleash their war chest for Keita, Watford chasing Gibbs and a potential Premier League return for Boateng,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Summer 2017 transfer specials

Naby Keita to join Liverpool - 5/4
Kieran Gibbs to join Watford - 3/1
Jerome Boateng to join Chelsea - 7/2
Kostas Manolas to join Chelsea - 4/1
Andy Robertson to join Liverpool - 5/1

Naby Keita. (Photo by ROBERT MICHAEL/AFP/Getty Images)
10:16 30 Jun

Unwanted Joe Hart shorter than ever to stay at Manchester City


Joe Hart is looking more likely than ever to start the season as a Manchester City player, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes

The England goalkeeper has slipped down to third in the pecking order under Pep Guardiola and must find a new club, but 6/4 says he is still at the Etihad Stadium on the opening day of the 2017/18 campaign.

West Ham United remain 2/1 favourites to add Hart to their ranks this summer, although interest from the East London outfit has cooled substantially in recent weeks.

Meanwhile, Liverpool and Manchester United are some way behind the Hammers at 6/1 to land the shot-stopper, while 8/1 says he signs for Chelsea.

“Hart is in serious danger of finding himself watching a lot of football from the stands next season, with no one seemingly willing to spend big on putting an end to his Etihad nightmare,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Joe Hart Specials

Joe Hart to be at Manchester City on opening day of the season - 6/4

Joe Hart Club After Summer

West Ham United - 2/1
Liverpool - 6/1
Manchester United - 6/1
Chelsea - 8/1
AC Milan - 10/1
Aston Villa - 16/1
Crystal Palace - 16/1
Newcastle United - 16/1
Stoke City - 16/1
Everton - 20/1

Joe Hart. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
12:34 28 Jun

Arsenal 2/1 to keep star duo Alexis Sanchez & Mesut Ozil this summer


Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are looking more likely by the day to remain Arsenal players, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The duo are just 2/1 to both stay at the Emirates Stadium after the summer transfer window - the shortest price they have been since the season ended.

Meanwhile, it is now as long as 9/2 for both players to leave the Gunners this summer - something which was just a 7/4 shot less than a month ago.

“There's still a long way to go in this window,”, Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com. “But the latest odds are suggesting Gooners can begin to relax a little as far as the futures of Ozil and Sanchez are concerned.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez BOTH to be at Arsenal next season - 2/1
Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez NOT to be at Arsenal next season - 9/2

Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)
11:09 28 Jun

Bookies backing Aston Villa to beat rivals Birmingham City for John Terry’s signature


Amidst reports that both Aston Villa and Birmingham have offered a one year contract to John Terry, William Hill is expecting the former Chelsea captain to land at Villa Park this summer.

Hills is 4/6 that Terry signs for Villa this summer, while the firm is 11/10 that he heads to St Andrews.

“Both sides have been actively chasing the former Chelsea captain for most of the summer and it is now just a case of who Terry chooses,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“We think he is slightly more likely to join Steve Bruce at the moment though.”

Latest William Hill odds

John Terry next club: 4/6 Aston Villa; 11/10 Birmingham City

10:40 28 Jun

Arsenal could miss out on Monaco star Kylian Mbappe


Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe has a reported summer transfer target for Arsenal for over a month now, but bookmaker Betway believe the Gunners could miss out on the young striker.

Arsenal are now 4/1 second favourites to land his signature after Spanish giants Real Madrid replaced them at the head of the betting, shortening to 6/4.

Manchester City and Paris St Germain are 10/1 shots.

“Kylian Mbappe is rumoured to be at the very top of Arsene Wenger’s summer shopping list and Arsenal head the betting of Premier League clubs in the transfer race at 4/1,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“Pep Guardiola looks to be Wenger’s main domestic rival, with Manchester City priced at 10/1 to make a surprise swoop for the French youngster.

“England doesn’t look to be the favoured destination for Mbappe though, with Real Madrid continuing to attract support in the betting for his signature.

“The Spanish champions have been well-backed to land the Monaco star at 6/4.”

Betway Player Specials

Kylian Mbappe club at end of summer transfer window:

6/4 Real Madrid
4/1 Arsenal
10/1 Manchester City
10/1 Paris St Germain
18/1 BAR

Kylian Mbappe. (Photo by SASCHA SCHUERMANN/AFP/Getty Images)
13:45 27 Jun

Bookies suspend betting on Dani Alves to Manchester City


Ladbrokes has suspended betting on Dani Alves' next club, with a move to Manchester City thought to be near completion.

And he may not be the only full-back heading to the Etihad Stadium with Tottenham Hotspur’s Kyle Walker now just 1/5 for a move to the club.

“Pep Guardiola is clearly keen on adding to his ranks - whatever the cost,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“And with an Alves announcement seemingly imminent, it won't be long before Walker follows him to the north-west.”

Latest Ladbrokes Betting:

Dani Alves to join Manchester City this summer - BETTING SUSPENDED

Kyle Walker to join Manchester City this summer - 1/5

Dani Alves. (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images)
13:35 27 Jun

Giroud, Walcott & Oxlade-Chamberlain 3/1 or shorter for Arsenal exits


Arsenal about to lose Olivier Giroud, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

Giroud and Walcott have both been linked with moves to West Ham United, and 9/4 says the Frenchman moves across London with 3/1 on offer for Walcott to follow suit.

But ‘The Ox’ looks the most likely of this trio to be plying his trade elsewhere next season, and the bookies make it just 8/11 for him to seal a move to Liverpool.

“It looks as though the Gunners are keen to sell before they buy,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“The departures of Giroud, Walcott and The Ox might must fund a big money move in North London.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Alex Oxlade Chamberlain to join Liverpool this summer - 8/11

Olivier Giroud to join West Ham United this summer - 9/4

Theo Walcott to join West Ham United this summer - 3/1

11:02 27 Jun

Riyad Mahrez Odds-On for Arsenal Move

Riyad Mahrez is on course to be Arsenal’s next marquee signing, according to Ladbrokes.

With the Leicester City ace’s much-rumoured move to Barcelona now seemingly off the cards, odds of a summer switch to the Emirates have been slashed from 9/2 to just 10/11.

Ladbrokes News’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro: 

“With Barca bottling negotiations, the Gunners are set to swoop for the Algerian this summer, as they look to bolster their title ambitions with a Prem-winning playmaker.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Riyad Mahrez – Club at end of Summer 2017 transfer window

Arsenal – 10/11
15:57 26 Jun

Bookies slash odds on Sergio Aguero & Alexis Sanchez trading places


A summer swap between Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez looks more likely than ever, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies priced up a potential swap at 16/1 less than three weeks ago, but have since slashed those odds to just 7/1.

“Gooners have spent much of this transfer window fearing the worst as far as Alexis Sanchez's future goes,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“But there could be a silver lining in the shape of Aguero, who's shorter than ever for a shock summer move to the Emirates.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Alexis Sanchez and Sergio Aguero to swap clubs this summer - 7/1

14:50 26 Jun

Tottenham Hotspur 7/4 favourites to land Germany star Max Meyer


Max Meyer could be the next big name to arrive at Tottenham Hotspur, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The German star is 7/4 to join Mauricio Pochettino’s men this summer, while it is just 1/2 that he signs with any Premier League outfit before the window closes.

That includes 5/2 shots Liverpool and 6/1 Manchester United, while Bayern Munich are his most likely German suitors at 7s.

“Spurs are looking to begin their Wembley tenure with a bang,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com. “And what better way to start than snapping up one of the continent’s hottest midfield talents?”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Max Meyer's club by end of Summer Transfer Window

Tottenham Hotspur - 7/4
Liverpool - 5/2
Manchester United - 6/1
Bayern Munich - 7/1

To join any Premier League club this summer - 1/2

Max Meyer. (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)
12:38 26 Jun

John Terry nailed on 1/4 shot to join Aston Villa


According to bookmaker Betway, former Chelsea captain John Terry will be heading to the Midlands this summer.

Terry left the Blues at the end of their Premier League title-winning campaign and he is now just 1/4 to make a move to Aston Villa after the veteran defender was snapped playing golf with manager Steve Bruce.

“Nobody would have imagined John Terry in an Aston Villa shirt at the start of the summer,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com. “But the Midlands club are now heavily odds-on at 1/4 to sign the former Chelsea captain.

“Terry’s been pictured with Villa boss Steve Bruce on the golf course this summer and their close relationship has made a potential deal a reality in recent weeks.

“He’s 4/1 to join rivals Birmingham, while Terry looks set to snub lucrative deals in the MLS and China at 14/1 and 22/1 respectively.

John Terry's club at end of summer transfer window:

1/4 Aston Villa
4/1 Birmingham
12/1 West Brom
14/1 Any MLS Club
16/1 Brighton
14/1 Bournemouth
22/1 Any Chinese Club
25/1 BAR

John Terry. (Photo by Srdjan Stevanovic/Getty Images)
13:47 25 Jun

Harry Kane slashed to 6/1 for Manchester United switch


Harry Kane might just be the subject of the biggest transfer of the summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

Jose Mourinho is reportedly interested in bringing the Tottenham Hotspur striker to Old Trafford, and the bookies have responded by slashing odds on Kane joining Manchester United to just 6/1 from 20/1.

The Red Devils has looked set to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back home, but with interest in the Portuguese cooling Mourinho now has his eyes set on another blockbuster name.

It is also just 4/1 for United to break the record transfer fee for a player (currently £89million) this summer, and Ladbrokes are not taking any chances on that money being spent on Kane.

“It's early days, but such a drastic fall in odds overnight tells us all we need to know here,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“United have money to spend and if they're after a world class striker, they won't get much better than Kane.

“Don't be surprised to see that 6/1 fall further over the coming weeks as interest intensifies.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Harry Kane to sign for Manchester United this summer - 6/1 (from 20/1)

Manchester United to break transfer record this summer - 4/1


11:22 25 Jun

Martin Skrtel 2/1 to reunite with Rafael Benitez at Newcastle United


Former Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel is 2/1 to join Newcastle United this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The 32-year-old has seen his odds of a Tyneside reunion with Rafael Benitez slashed from 8/1 to just 2/1, with the Magpies leap-frogging Swansea City (7/2) in the betting.

And despite reports of the Spanish boss potentially exiting the North-East, the bookies are convinced he is staying put, with odds of 1/6 for the former Liverpool gaffer to start next season as Newcastle boss.

“Newcastle fans could be set for two pieces of great news this summer, with Skrtel edging towards a Tyneside arrival and Rafa set to continue his work in the Magpies’ resurgence,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Martin Skrtel - Club by end of Summer 2017 transfer window

Newcastle United - 2/1
Swansea City - 7/2

Skrtel to join any Premier League club this summer - Evens 

Rafael Benitez - to be in charge of Newcastle on opening day of 2017-18 season

Yes - 1/6

Rafael Benitez has signed Martin Skrtel once before. (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
12:11 24 Jun

Arsenal shorter than ever to sign Lacazette this summer


Alexandre Lacazette is more likely than ever to sign for Arsenal this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

A long-time Gunners target, the Frenchman is now just 4/11 to move to the North London outfit during this transfer window, after Arsenal reportedly made a £44million bid to Lyon for the striker's services.

“At last it seems Arsene Wenger has finally got his man,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“That's what the latest odds are suggesting at least, with punters clearly confident a deal will be finalised in the coming days.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Alexandre Lacazette to sign for Arsenal this summer - 4/11

Alexandre Lacazette. (Photo by JEFF PACHOUD/AFP/Getty Images)
11:52 23 Jun

Liverpool still favourites to sign Virgil Van Dijk

Virgil Van Dijk is more likely to be at Liverpool than any other club by the end of the summer transfer window, according to Ladbrokes.

The Southampton man is still just 4/7 to move to Anfield in the coming months, while 15/8 says he stays at St Mary's.

Chelsea remain 7/2 shots for his signature but anyone else is considered an outsider (6/1 or longer) in the race to sign one of the Premier League's best centre-halves.

Alex Apati of Ladrbokes said: "Things didn't exactly go according to plan for Liverpool the last time they tried to land Van Dijk. But the Reds have a history of doing business with Southampton, and we're expecting Mohamed Salah's arrival to act as a catalyst for more huge deals."

Virgil van Dijk Club after Summer 2017 Transfer Window

Liverpool - 4/7
Southampton - 15/8
Chelsea - 7/2
Man City - 6/1
Man United - 33/1
Arsenal - 50/1
14:32 22 Jun

Manchester City new favourites to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Manchester City are 11/4 favourites to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to Ladbrokes.

The race is on for the Borussia Dortmund ace, although only bids of at least £63m will be listened to.

It's a fierce battle in the betting, with Paris Saint-Germain (3/1) and Liverpool (7/2) firmly in the mix.

The bookies are 4/1 the Gabon star heads to the Chinese Super League, with Manchester United leading the outside punts at 9/1.

Richard Marsh of Ladbrokes News said: "Dortmund's latest comments all-but confirm that Aubemayang will leave in the near future."

"Pep Guardiola has already signed off on more than £70m in transfers this summer, so what's another £63m for one of Europe's most sought-after strikers?"

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang's next club

Man City - 11/4
PSG - 3/1
Liverpool - 7/2
Any Chinese Super League club - 4/1
Man United - 9/1
Real Madrid - 12/1
AC Milan - 16/1
Chelsea - 20/1
Arsenal - 25/1

To sign for any English club this summer

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 4/5
11:19 22 Jun

Ross Barkley odds-on for Everton exit; Man City set for summer clear-out


Ross Barkley still looks likely to leave Everton this summer according to bookmaker Ladbrokes, despite interest in the midfielder cooling in recent weeks.

The England ace is just 1/4 for a big money move, with Tottenham Hotspur 5/2 favourites for his signature.

“Things may have gone quiet on the Ross Barkley front,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com. “But there's a long way to go in this window and a lot of time for Spurs to make a move.”

Leicester City could have a new man spearheading their attack in the shape of Manchester City City forwards Kelechi Iheanacho, who is 5/2 join the Foxes, and the bookies make it just a 7/2 shot for Jamie Vardy to leave the King Power Stadium during this transfer window.

Rafael Benitez could be about to add Man City midfielder Fernando to his ranks at Newcastle United, with Ladbrokes going as short as even-money about a deal being struck.

“It's clear Pep Guardiola is using this transfer window to shift deadwood,” Alex added. “The latest odds suggest a whole host of Premier League outfits are looking to capitalise.”

Meanwhile, a deal from Chelsea for Tiemoue Bakayoko looks all but nailed on at 1/9, with 9/4 on offer for Diego Costa to STAY with the Blues after the summer.

16:00 21 Jun

Alexis Sanchez odds-on to ditch Arsenal for Manchester City


With Arsenal’s own club website listing Danny Welbeck as number 7, albeit erroneously, William Hill make current number 7, Alexis Sanchez 4/7 to leave the club this summer and join Manchester City.

He is 7/4 to stay in North London and 7/2 to join Bayern Munich.

“The club are suggesting that the listing of Welbeck onsite as number 7 was an error but despite this, he is odds on to move to Manchester City this summer,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

Latest William Hill Odds:

Alexis Sanchez club after summer transfer window: 4/7 Manchester City; 7/4 Arsenal; 7/2 Bayern Munich; 16/1 Chelsea; 16/1 PSG; 25/1 BAR

15:47 21 Jun

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang odds-on for Premier League switch


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the most likely elite Bundesliga name to move to the Premier League this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Borussia Dortmund ace is as short as 4/5 for a big money transfer, with Manchester City and Liverpool both reportedly keen on signing the forward.

Meanwhile, Chelsea and Manchester United target Robert Lewandowski is just 13/8 to swap Germany for England this summer, as interest in the Polish striker intensifies.

RB Leipzig wonderkid Timo Werner is 3/1 to sign for any English club during this transfer window, but a return to these shores looks unlikely for Javier Hernandez at 5/1, while Julian Brandt is an even longer shot at 6/1 for a move to England.

“All the talk of late has been about Lewandowski making a shock move to England,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati  told Bettingpro.com.

“And while that could well happen at 13/8, the odds are suggesting there's another Bundesliga ace even more likely to be plying his trade on these shores next season in the shape of Aubameyang.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

To sign for any English club this summer

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 4/5
Robert Lewandowski - 13/8
Timo Werner - 3/1
Javier Hernandez - 5/1
Julian Brandt - 6/1
Others on request

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. (Photo by Octavio Passos/Getty Images)
12:48 21 Jun

Chelsea & Man Utd lead race for Bayern Munich hitman Lewandowski


Chelsea and Manchester United are favourites for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies have priced up the Premier League duo at top of the betting amid reports the Poland international could quit the German champions this summer.
Chelsea have the edge in the market at 5/4, with United 13/8 to lure the 28-year-old to Old Trafford.

AC Milan are best of the rest, but the Italian outfit are out of the picture at 7/1.

“He nearly joined Blackburn a few years ago, but now it looks like Lewandowski is on his way to the Premier League after all,” Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Robert Lewandowski next club

Chelsea - 5/4
Manchester United - 13/8
AC Milan - 7/1
Real Madrid - 12/1
Paris St Germain - 12/1
Arsenal - 14/1
Juventus - 20/1

Robert Lewandowski. (Photo by Daniel Kopatsch/Getty Images For MAN)
10:21 21 Jun

Romelu Lukaku 1/7 to start Chelsea's first game of 2017/18 season


Bookmaker Ladbrokes is offering odds of just 1/7 on Romelu Lukaku starting Chelsea's opening game of the season, despite the forward still being an Everton player.

That makes him by far the most likely striker to be leading the line for the Blues, while Diego Costa is 7/4 to feature from the offset for the champions against Burnley.

“We're so confident that Lukaku will return to Stamford Bridge this summer that we're already pricing up the likelihood of him featuring in Chelsea's opening game,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told bettingpro.com. “And at 1/7, the Belgian looks nailed on to force want-away striker Diego Costa out of the starting line-up.”

Chelsea have also been linked with a shock move for Robert Lewandowski, and the bookies make it just a 2/1 shot for the Bayern Munich ace to appear in Antonio Conte's first team-sheet of the season, while Alvaro Morata is the least likely of this quartet at 7/2.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

To start up-front for Chelsea on opening day of next season

Romelu Lukaku - 1/7
Diego Costa - 7/4
Robert Lewandowski - 2/1
Alvaro Morata - 7/2

15:13 20 Jun

Bookies backing Man City to land Aubameyang or Sanchez this summer


Manchester City could bolster their attacking line-up with a big-money move for either Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang or Alexis Sanchez this summer, according to bookmaker Betway.

Aubameyang has become one of the most feared strikers in European football over the past few years, while Arsenal forward Sanchez enjoyed the best goal-scoring campaign of his career in 2016/17 despite much speculation about his future.

And Betway believe both one of them could be plying their trade at the Etihad Stadium next season.

“Alexis Sanchez remains Man City’s main transfer target this summer,” spokesperson Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“And despite the odds suggesting a move to the Etihad is increasingly likely at 5/4, Pep Guardiola may be forced to look elsewhere if Wenger manages to persuade his star man to stay at the Emirates.

“Aubameyang has emerged as the viable alternative and he is 5/2 to join City this summer, although they may have to fight it out with French giants Paris St Germain (11/4) who may chance their luck later this summer after initial talks broke down recently.”

Alexis Sanchez club at end of summer transfer window:

5/4 Manchester City
7/4 Arsenal
3/1 Bayern Munich
15/2 BAR

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang club at end of summer transfer window:

5/2 Manchester City
11/4 Paris St Germain
3/1 Borussia Dortmund
5/1 Liverpool
12/1 BAR

13:14 20 Jun

Nemanja Matic Even money for Jose Mourinho reunion at Manchester United


Chelsea star Nemanja Matic is on course to reunite with Jose Mourinho this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Serbian is Even money to join Manchester United before the summer transfer window slams shut, with Juventus (7/1) and Bayern Munich (10/1) way behind at second and third in the betting.

Meanwhile, there is 5/1 on offer for an incredible trio of Matic, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata to all head to Old Trafford in the coming weeks.

“United could soon make neighbours City’s recent spending look like chump change, with Matic the latest in a line of world-class talents targeted,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Nemanja Matic’s club by end of Summer 2017 transfer window

Manchester United - Evens
Juventus - 7/1
Bayern Munich - 10/1
Barcelona - 14/1
Liverpool - 14/1
Real Madrid - 14/1
Manchester City - 16/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 20/1
All of Matic, Ronaldo and Morata to join Man United this summer – 5/1

12:53 20 Jun

Oxlade-Chamberlain into 8/11 to join Liverpool as bookies close market on Salah deal


Liverpool could be about to add two huge names to their ranks, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

Roma forward Mohamed Salah is understood to be close to agreeing a deal with the Reds and the bookies have stopped taking bets on his next club as a result, but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is now just 8/11 to make Anfield his next port of call as speculation surrounding the Arsenal man's future continues.

Chelsea and Manchester City have both been linked with the versatile England ace, but at 4/1 they are some way off Liverpool in the race for the 23-year-old's signature.

“Jurgen Klopp clearly means business this summer,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“The latest odds are suggesting the German boss has every chance of adding The Ox to his ranks in the near future, despite Chelsea and City throwing their names into the hat.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s Next Club

Liverpool - 8/11
Chelsea - 4/1
Manchester City - 4/1
Manchester United - 16/1
Everton - 20/1
Southampton - 20/1
Newcastle United - 33/1

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)
11:45 19 Jun

Ronaldo now just 7/4 to move to Manchester United

The Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United rumours continue apace and having been as long as 6/1 just four days ago, William Hill make him just 7/4 to return to his former club.
 
He is still odds on at 2/5 to stay at Madrid.
 
“A third of all bets on this market are for Cristiano to return to United and whether that is wishful thinking from their fans or there is actually something more than speculation behind this remains to be seen,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
 
Cristiano Ronaldo club on September 1st: 2/5 Real Madrid; 7/4 Manchester United; 11/2 PSG; 16/1 Any Chinese club; 20/1 BAR
14:49 18 Jun

Cristiano Ronaldo wants Manchester United return but bookies expect star to stay put


Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly seeking a return to Manchester United this summer, but the bookmaker remain confident he will still be a Real Madrid player when the summer transfer window slams shut.

Reports claim Ronaldo is eager to leave the Bernabeu following allegations of tax evasion and the 31-year-old has sparked further speculation by removing the Instagram profile picture of him wearing a Real Madrid shirt.

Should he move on former club Manchester United are the front-runners to land the Portuguese’s signature at 4/1 with bet365, with Paris St Germain the only other club shorter than 20s to sign him before the close of the transfer window.

However, the bookmaker is confident that Real will not let their most prized asset go and have gone 1/3 that he stays put after Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane reportedly begged the player not to leave this summer.

14:35 16 Jun

Ronaldo continues to be backed for Man United move

It is being reported that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Spain and his odds of rejoining Manchester United have been slashed from 6/1 on Thursday to 12/5 with William Hill. His odds of staying at Real Madrid have drifted from 1/16 to 1/3 as a result.
 
“The rumour mill is in full swing now and no doubt there will be a few clubs whose ears will have pricked up at this news but given his history at Manchester United and his love of the club, they are front of the queue should he leave,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
 
Cristiano Ronaldo club after the summer transfer window: 1/3 Real Madrid; 12/5 Manchester United; 5/1 PSG; 16/1 any MLS club; 20/1 BAR
12:51 16 Jun

Ivan Perisic just 4/11 to move to Manchester United

Betway’s Alan Alger, said: “Ivan Perisic has been a long-term target for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United and odds of 4/11 suggest the Special One will get his man.
 
“Still, some punters think that the £40 million plus price tag for Perisic could be a bit too much and have been keen to take 15/8 on him remaining at the San Siro.
 
“Other clubs such as PSG, currently 8/1, and Chelsea, 20/1, have previously been linked, but the betting suggests Perisic will opt for the Manchester giants if he does make a move.”
 
Betway – Football – Player Specials
 
Ivan Perisic club at end of summer transfer window:
10:34 16 Jun

Cristiano Ronaldo 6/4 to leave Real Madrid this summer: Is he set for a Man United return?

Cristiano Ronaldo is just 11/8 to head home to Manchester United, according to Ladbrokes.

There’s 6/4 on offer for the Portuguese to quit Real Madrid this summer, while 9/4 says he heads to the Premier League in this window.

United are the only plausible English option, though Paris Saint-Germain are 2/1 to be the 32-year-old’s next club, while there’s 5/2 on offer for him to head to the Chinese Super League.

Ladbrokes News’ Dave Burin said: “The news Man United fans have dreamed of could be just around the corner, with a possible homecoming for Old Trafford’s prodigal son.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Cristiano Ronaldo - Next Club
 
Man United - 11/8
PSG - 2/1
Any Chinese Super League Club - 5/2
Any MLS Club - 7/1
Sporting Lisbon - 10/1
AC Milan - 20/1
Barcelona - 33/1

Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid this summer - 6/4
Ronaldo to join any Premier League Club this summer - 9/4
17:26 15 Jun

Gianluigi Donnarumma to move to Manchester United?

With Gianluigi Donnarumma saying that he will not be signing a new contract at AC Milan, football’s hottest goalkeeping property suddenly finds himself on the market. Despite this, William Hill make it 5/4 that he stays at his current club this summer. He is 5/2 to move to Real Madrid and 4/1 to head to Manchester United.
 
Should the young Italian move, it could have an impact on another man’s future – David de Gea. The United keeper is 1/4 to stay where he is while his odds of joining Real Madrid this summer have been trimmed from 10/3 to 11/4.
 
Gianluigi Donnarumma club after summer transfer window: 5/4 AC Milan; 5/2 Real Madrid; 4/1 Manchester United; 5/1 Juventus; 12/1 PSG; 16/1 Manchester City; 20/1 Barcelona
 
David de Gea club after summer transfer window: 1/4 Manchester United; 11/4 Real Madrid; 20/1 Barcelona; 20/1 Chelsea; 25/1 Manchester City; 28/1 BAR

11:38 15 Jun

Big gamble on John Terry to Birmingham City


William Hill has slashed the odds of John Terry joining Birmingham City this summer from 10/1 to 5/2 after a gamble that was sparked in Surrey.

Bournemouth are the 7/4 favourites to bag his signature while Aston Villa are 2/1 to land the former Chelsea captain.

“It would seem that there are a number of clubs that have John Terry on their radar,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com. 

“Birmingham certainly have some pulling power now they have Harry Redknapp at the helm.”

Latest William Hill Odds

John Terry club on 1st September: 7/4 Bournemouth; 2/1 Aston Villa; 5/2 Birmingham; 9/2 West Brom; 7/1 any Portuguese club; 10/1 any Chinese club; 10/1 any MLS club; 12/1 BAR

14:08 13 Jun

Cristiano Ronaldo 8/1 for Manchester United reunion this summer


Cristiano Ronaldo has been the subject of much non-footballing scrutiny over the last 24 hours and William Hill is offering odds of 8/1 that he returns to Manchester United this summer.

The Portuguese is 12/1 to join Paris St Germain and 20/1 to join Manchester City, but he is 1/16 to remain at Real Madrid.

“Manchester United fans have been desperate for Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Old Trafford,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“And whilst that has long since seemed a pipe dream, the man himself may fancy a change in the very near future.”

Latest William Hill Odds

Cristiano Ronaldo club after the summer transfer window: 1/16 Real Madrid; 8/1 Manchester United; 12/1 PSG; 20/1 Manchester City

12:31 13 Jun

Joe Hart out to 9/4 to join Everton as Toffees target Jordan Pickford


Joe Hart will be looking at the potential transfer of Jordan Pickford to Everton with some interest given that on Monday, the Manchester City stopper was just 5/4 with William Hill to move to the Toffees.

His odds have drifted on the back of the news that Everton are close to agreeing a deal with the young Sunderland goalkeeper, and Hart is now 9/4 to move to the blue side of Liverpool and 5/1 to head to West Ham United.

“It would seem that Joe Hart’s wages are pricing him out of a move away from Manchester City and sides who are in need of a keeper are turning their attentions elsewhere, with no team running away with favouritism to sign the current England number one,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

Meanwhile, Jordan Pickford is 9/1 to be England’s goalkeeper for the first World Cup match of the 2018 World Cup with Jack Butland the 11/8 favourite.

Latest William Hill Odds:

Joe Hart club after summer transfer window: 9/4 Everton; 5/1 West Ham; 6/1 Chelsea; 6/1 Liverpool; 7/1 Manchester City; 8/1 Roma; 12/1 Leicester; 12/1 Torino; 14/1 Arsenal; 20/1 BAR

England goalkeeper for first game of the 2018 World Cup: 11/8 Jack Butland; 9/4 Fraser Forster; 9/4 Joe Hart; 5/1 Tom Heaton; 9/1 Jordan Pickford

10:45 13 Jun

Real Madrid 7/4 to replace Alvaro Morata with Harry Kane


Tottenham Hotspur could be set lose yet another huge name to Real Madrid, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

With Alvaro Morata edging closer to a move away from the Bernabeu, Harry Kane has seen his odds of moving to the La Liga giants – just like Gareth Bale did – slashed to just 7/4.

They are some way ahead of Manchester United (5/1), Chelsea (6/1) and Manchester City (8/1) in the race for the striker's signature, while local rivals Arsenal are huge 20/1 outsiders to seal a deal.

“Spurs fans may be bracing themselves for a nail-biting summer as talk of a Morata exit intensifies in Madrid,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com. 

“Were he to make a move, it may be a case of when, and not if, Kane replaces him in the Spanish capital.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Harry Kane Next Club

Real Madrid - 7/4
Manchester United - 5/1
Chelsea - 6/1
Manchester City - 8/1
Barcelona - 10/1
Paris St Germain - 12/1
Monaco - 16/1
Arsenal - 20/1

15:36 12 Jun

Tom Heaton 5/4 to make England World Cup squad: 4/1 to join Everton this summer

Gareth Southgate confirmed Tom Heaton between the post for tomorrow's friendly with France, and BetVictor have cut the Burnley goalkeeper to 8/11 from 5/4 to be part of the Three Lions' 23-man squad at next summer's World Cup in Russia.

Spokesperson Jack Milner told Bettingpro:

"Both Merseyside clubs are on the hunt for a goalkeeper and BetVictor make Everton and Liverpool the 4/1 joint-favourites to sign the 31-year-old before the close of the summer transfer window."

To Make England's 2018 World Cup Squad; prices from BetVictor
Joe Hart                            1/4
Fraser Forster                  1/2
Jack Butland                     1/2
Tom Heaton                    8/11 from 5/4
Jordan Pickford               5/4
Ben Foster                        20/1

Tom Heaton to sign for before September 3rdj 2017
Everton                             4/1
Liverpool                          4/1
Man Utd                           6/1
West Ham                        6/1
Crystal Palace                  6/1
Newcastle                         8/1
12/1 Bar
12:22 12 Jun

Cesc Fabregas to Arsenal? Joe Hart to Everton?

Cesc Fabregas is 1/5 with William Hill to stay at Chelsea despite the fact that some stories are suggesting he could be on the move this summer. He is 8/1 to move to Bayern Munich with a move back to Arsenal 14/1.
 
Joe Hart has claimed that he is yet to receive an offer this summer with his future at Manchester City looking desperately uncertain although William hill are not expecting that to last long. Everton are 5/4 to sign the Manchester City and England stopper, while Liverpool are 5/1. He is 7/1 to stay at Manchester City.
 
Cesc Fabregas club after summer transfer window: 1/5 Chelsea; 8/1 Bayern Munich; 10/1 Manchester United; 12/1 AC Milan; 14/1 Arsenal; 16/1 Barcelona; 16/1 Juventus; 20/1 Liverpool
 
Joe Hart next club: 5/4 Everton; 5/1 Liverpool; 6/1 Chelsea; 6/1 Roma; 7/1 Manchester City; 8/1 West Ham; 12/1 Leicester; 12/1 Torino; 14/1 Arsenal; 20/1 AC Milan; 20/1 Crystal Palace; 20/1 Inter Milan; 20/1 Newcastle; 25/1 Southampton; 33/1 Napoli; 33/1 Stoke
13:06 11 Jun

Dusan Tadic 7/4 to move to Liverpool

Dusan Tadic could be about to make Anfield his new home, according to Ladbrokes.

Liverpool are 7/4 to sign the Southampton ace, with their Merseyside rivals Everton next in the betting at 4/1.

Manchester City are 6/1 shots to snap up the Serbian, while a move to Manchester United is priced up at 8s. Arsenal and Inter Milan round out the betting at 10/1 apiece.

Ladbrokes News’ Dave Burin said: “These two clubs may have quarrelled over Virgil van Dijk, but now it seems the Reds and the Saints could be set to call a truce and do business again this summer.”

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Dusan Tadic - Next Club 
 
Liverpool 7/4
Everton 4/1
Man City 6/1
Man United 8/1
Arsenal 10/1
Inter Milan 10/1
15:05 09 Jun

Alexis Sanchez now 2/5 to ditch Arsenal this summer


Alexis Sanchez is now just 2/5 to leave Arsenal this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

But while the Chilean looks as good as gone, Arda Turan (11/8) and Alexandre Lacazette (7/4) could be signing up with the Gunners during this window.

Meanwhile, it is 3/1 for the North London club to sign Monaco prodigy Kylian Mbappe, with Inter Milan hitman Mauro Icardi a 7/1 shot, and 8/1 on offer for Sergio Aguero to head to the Emirates.

“It seems Sanchez is about to say his goodbyes,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

“But there’s no shortage of top-class replacements who could make the Emirates their new home.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Alexis Sanchez transfer specials

Sanchez to leave Arsenal this summer - 2/5

To sign for Arsenal this summer

Arda Turan - 11/8
Alexandre Lacazette - 7/4
Kylian Mbappe - 3/1
Mauro Icardi - 7/1
Sergio Aguero - 8/1
Andrea Belotti - 8/1
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 16/1
James Rodriguez   16/1
Mario Balotelli - 25/1
Iago Aspas - 25/1

14:23 09 Jun

Zlatan Ibrahimovic 1/2 to make MLS switch after Manchester United release


Bookmaker BetVictor expect Zlatan Ibrahimovic to make his way to the United States following reports that he will be released by Manchester United.

The 35-year-old striker joined United on a one-year deal last summer, with an option for a second year, and enjoyed a successful first campaign in English football as he netted 28 goals in all competitions and helped United win the Community Shield, EFL Cup and Europa League.

However, Ibrahimovic suffered a season-ending knee injury in April, one that will keep him out until sometime next April, and for that reason United have reportedly decided against picking up his option.

BetVictor is 1/2 that Ibrahimovic is a Major League Soccer player when he does return to action next year, while a move to one of the big-spending Chinese Super League clubs is priced up at 16/1.

The Swedish star is also 16s to return to former club AC Milan during the summer transfer window, while the same price is available for him to join any German club or any Spanish club.

Inter Milan, Juventus and Napoli are all 25/1 outsiders for his signature, while BetVictor is also 25s that he returns to his native Sweden to join the club where he made his professional debut in 1999, Malmo.

13:14 08 Jun

AC Milan 6/4 to seal deal for ‘unwanted’ Chelsea star Diego Costa


Diego Costa is 6/4 to make a summer switch to AC Milan after revealing he is no longer wanted at Chelsea.

Costa’s future at Stamford Bridge has been the subject of much speculation for several months now and the Spain international has now claimed he will be moving on after being ditched by manager Antonio Conte via a text message.

“I'm a Chelsea player, but they do not want me there,” he told reporters. 

“Antonio Conte has told me by message that I do not follow at Chelsea and that's it. Conte said he did not count on me for next season.

“It's a shame, I've already forwarded the message to Chelsea people to decide. But it is clear that the coach does not count on me and does not want me there. You have to find a team.”

AC Milan officials have reportedly travelled to London to open talks with both Chelsea and the player about a summer move and Paddy Power is 6/4 that Costa joins the Rossoneri during the summer transfer window.

However, the former Atletico Madrid ace has been linked with a move to the big-spending Chinese Super League for quite some time now and for that reason he is 11/10 to move to China before the window slams shut.

A return to Atletico Madrid has been priced up at 10/1, while a reunion with Jose Mourinho at Manchester United has been priced up at 20/1.

Latest Paddy Power Odds

Diego Costa’s club after the summer transfer window

11/10 Any Chinese Super League Club
6/4 AC Milan
10/1 Atletico Madrid
20/1 Manchester United
20/1 Any Major League Soccer Club
33/1 Paris St Germain

09:55 08 Jun

Bookies re-open Van Dijk market after Liverpool abandon pursuit


Ladbrokes has been forced to re-open the market for Virgil Van Dijk's next club after talks with Liverpool broke down.

The bookies had suspended betting after a deal looked to have been in place between the Reds and Southampton.

But having ended their interest in the Dutch international, it is now Manchester City who are clear favourites for his signature at 6/5.

Chelsea are next in the betting at 3/1, although a move anywhere else looks far less likely.

“Liverpool have missed out on a golden opportunity to sign one of the Premier League's best centre-halves,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com. “Pep's men are poised to pounce on their blunder.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Virgil van Dijk Next Club

Manchester City - 6/5
Chelsea - 3/1
Manchester United - 12/1
Paris St Germain - 14/1
Real Madrid - 14/1
Arsenal - 16/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 20/1

14:03 07 Jun

Real Madrid pair James Rodriguez & Alvaro Morata odds-on for big-money moves this summer


Real Madrid could be about to sacrifice at least two Galacticos in an attempt to bring in Europe's hottest properties this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

James Rodriguez has long been linked with a move to England, and the bookies are going 4/6 about the Colombian signing for ANY Premier League club when the transfer window opens.

That is a price he shares with Chelsea and Manchester United target Alvaro Morata, although a summer move from any English club for Isco (4/1) or Gareth Bale (6/1) looks far less likely.

Meanwhile, Antoine Griezmann looks all but set for at least another year with Atletico Madrid, with 6/1 on offer for him to be playing in the Premier League next season.

“It's going to be a huge summer in the way of transfers,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com. “And while a deal for Griezmann looks to be off, that's not to say deals won't be made for other huge La Liga names.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

To sign for ANY Premier League club this summer

Alvaro Negredo - 1/3
James Rodriguez - 4/6
Alvaro Morata - 4/6
Arda Turan - 2/1
Isco - 4/1
Iago Aspas - 5/1
Dani Parejo - 5/1
Gareth Bale - 6/1
Antoine Griezmann - 6/1

11:33 07 Jun

Liverpool still odds-on to sign Virgil van Dijk despite Southampton allegations


Despite the current furore surrounding Liverpool’s alleged conduct towards Virgil van Dijk, William Hill is just 1/10 that the Dutchman takes the well-trodden path from Southampton to Anfield.

It is 6/1 that he stays with the Saints and 8/1 that he moves to Manchester City instead.

“Van Dijk has made clear his intentions and Liverpool look desperate to get their guy,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“We have already suspended betting on this market once and at just 1/10 it looks as though he is very much on his way.”

Latest William Hill odds:

Virgil van Dijk after summer transfer window: 1/10 Liverpool; 6/1 Southampton; 8/1 Manchester City; 20/1 Chelsea; 25/1 Manchester United; 33/1 Tottenham; 40/1 Everton; 50/1 PSG
16:37 06 Jun

Romelu Lukaku 1/3 for Chelsea reunion


Everton forward Romelu Lukaku has admitted he knows where he wants to play next season, and the bookmakers believe it will be Stamford Bridge.

Lukaku has enjoyed a fine run since leaving Chelsea for Everton in 2013, but he rejected the biggest contract offer in the Merseyside club’s history in March and has now suggested he will have new employers when the 2017/18 season gets underway.

“I don't want to stay at the same level,” he told reporters. “I want to improve and I know where I want to do that.

“We are now talking to the club. I know what's happening, but I will leave the talks to my agent. I know what's happening, but I can't tell you anything more. What I would like most is to play in the Champions League and try to win the Premier League once. Or better - a few times.”

Bookmaker BetVictor believe the club in question is Premier League champions Chelsea, going 1/3 that he returns to his former club this summer, with Manchester United considered their only real rivals for his signature at 4/1.

German champions Bayern Munich are next up at 16/1, with AC Milan, Inter Milan, Juventus and Arsenal all 25/1 outsiders for his signature.


15:49 06 Jun

Alvaro Negredo Even-money to swap Middlesbrough for West Bromwich Albion


Alvaro Negredo could soon be heading to The Hawthorns, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Spaniard is Even-money to make West Bromwich Albion his next club following Middlesbrough’s relegation, while 5/4 says he joins the Baggies during this summer’s transfer window.

West Ham United are 5/1 second-favourites for his signature, with Newcastle United 6/1 and Turkish side Galatasaray also priced up at 6s.

However, the 31-year-old returning to a former club looks unlikely, with Sevilla (10/1) and Manchester City (12/1) at the blunt end of the betting.

“Baggies fans will be beaming at the thought of Negredo joining their club,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com. “And right now The Hawthorns is clearly his most likely destination.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Alvaro Negredo - Next Club [loan deals included]

West Bromwich Albion - Evens
West Ham United - 5/1
Newcastle United - 6/1
Galatasaray - 6/1
Stoke City - 7/1
Sevilla - 10/1
Manchester City - 12/1

Negredo to join West Bromwich Albion in Summer 2017 transfer window [incl. loan] - 5/4

16:56 05 Jun

Ladbrokes predicting Arsenal summer clear-out


Eight Arsenal players are 2/1 or shorter to leave the club this summer with goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny the most likely to leave, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies make the Polish goalkeeper a 1/8 shot to exit the club when the transfer window opens, while French outcast Mathieu Debuchy is the next in the betting to go at 1/6.

Alexis Sanchez is still 1/2 to call time on his stay in North London, while Mesut Ozil is 2/1 to move on.

Meanwhile, full-backs Kieran Gibbs (4/6) and Hector Bellerin (Evens) may also be plying their trade away from the Emirates Stadium by the time the window slams shut.

“It could be all change at Arsenal next season, with a whole host of first-team players priced dangerously short for shock summer exits,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

To leave Arsenal this summer

Wojciech Szczesny - 1/8
Mathieu Debuchy - 1/6
Lucas Perez - 1/3
Alexis Sanchez - 1/2
Kieran Gibbs - 4/6
Hector Bellerin - Evens
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - 6/4

14:57 05 Jun

Bookies suspend betting on Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool


Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool is a done deal, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The defender was a 4/7 shot to move to Anfield over the weekend, but by the end of this morning he was into just 1/8 to head to Merseyside during the summer transfer window.

The bookies have now closed the book altogether following reports that the Reds are ready to break the bank for his services.

"Once again, the Reds look set to snatch another Saints star in the shape of Van Dijk," Ladbrokes' Alex Apati told Bettingpro,com.

"After months of speculation, it seems both clubs have come to an agreement and we won't be taking any more bets on this market."

13:38 05 Jun

'Tempted' Eden Hazard now 9/4 for Real Madrid move


Betway expect Eden Hazard to still be a Chelsea player at the end of the summer transfer window, but the bookmaker has trimmed its odds on the Belgian moving on.

Hazard played a key role in Chelsea’s Premier League title success and is 3/10 to stay put this summer, but having admitted he would be tempted by a move to Real Madrid he is now just 9/4 to join the Spanish and European champions during the summer window.

“Eden Hazard is now 9/4 from 11/4 to make the switch to Real Madrid after openly saying that he would listen to an offer should the Champions League victors come knocking,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“His comments have stirred interest in the betting and the 11/4 available over the weekend is well gone. The Blues have eased slightly from 1/4 to 3/10, though their plans to make the Belgian international the highest paid player in the Premier League could be enough to see him stay put.”

Eden Hazard club at end of summer transfer window:

3/10 Chelsea (from 1/4)
9/4 Real Madrid (from 11/4)
20/1 Barcelona
20/1 Any Chinese club
25/1 BAR

10:34 05 Jun

Jamie Vardy 7/4 for Everton switch this summer


Jamie Vardy could soon be calling Goodison Park his home, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Leicester City ace is just 7/4 to join Everton this summer, with second-favourites Arsenal 8/1 for his signature.

Meanwhile, there is 10/1 about him joining Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, with the same price on offer for a lucrative move to the Chinese Super League.

“The odds suggest Vardy will be wearing blue again next season,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com. “But whether it’s a Leicester or an Everton badge on his chest remains to be seen.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Jamie Vardy - club by end of Summer 2017 transfer window

Everton - 7/4
Arsenal - 8/1
Liverpool - 10/1
Any Chinese Super League club - 10/1
Manchester United - 16/1
Southampton - 16/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 16/1

13:44 02 Jun

William Hill Suspend Betting on Zlatan Leaving Manchester United

William Hill have suspended betting on Zlatan Ibrahimovic leaving Manchester United after a sizeable gamble based in Manchester suggested that he is on his way. Offered at 7/4 at the start of Friday, that price was backed all the way in to 1/3 over the space of just two hours – with 90% of all wagers from Manchester postcodes.
 
“It looks as though there are some people in Manchester who think Ibrahimovic is as good as gone and for now, betting will remain suspended,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

14:09 01 Jun

Antoine Griezmann Odds On To Stay At Atletico Madrid As Romelu Lukaku To Manchester United Odds Trimmed

With Atletico Madrid’s appeal against their transfer ban failing and Manchester United’s reported waning interest in signing Antoine Griezmann, William Hill make the Frenchman 4/11 to remain at Atletico after the summer transfer window closes.
 
The cooling of the Griezmann transfer has opened the door for United to move for Romelu Lukaku, whose odds of moving to United this summer have been trimmed from 6/1 to 4/1 on the back of a small gamble on Thursday. He is 11/10 to remain at Everton and 13/8 to rejoin Chelsea.
 
Romelu Lukaku club after summer transfer window: 11/10 Everton; 13/8 Chelsea; 4/1 Manchester United; 8/1 Bayern Munich; 16/1 Juventus; 16/1 PSG; 20/1 BAR
 
Will Antoine Griezmann leave Atletico Madrid during the summer transfer window: 4/11 no; 2/1 yes
14:51 31 May

Alexis Sanchez Odds-On to Leave Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez may well have played his last game in an Arsenal shirt, according to Ladbrokes.

While Arsene Wenger has confirmed he'll be staying on at the Emirates for another two years, the bookies make Sanchez just a 1/3 shot to leave the club this summer.

But fellow Gooner Mesut Ozil seems set for another few years in North London, with 5/2 on offer for him leaving when the transfer window opens.

Wenger could be about to add more talent to his team though this summer, and the bookies are going 8/11 about the Gunners bringing in 4+ first-team players in preparation for next season.

Meanwhile, it's just 2/1 that over £100m is spent by the French boss in the coming months on new arrivals.

Richard Marsh of Ladbrokes News said: "Wenger might be hanging around for a little while longer, but the latest odds tell us he'll be without his key man in Sanchez. However, at 8/11, we're certainly not ruling out an Emirates overhaul."

Arsenal Specials

Alexis Sanchez to leave Arsenal this summer - 1/3
Arsenal to sign over 3.5 first-team players this summer - 8/11
Arsenal to spend over £100m this summer - 2/1
Mesut Ozil to leave Arsenal this summer - 5/2
13:26 30 May

Moussa Sissoko to return to Newcastle United?

Moussa Sissoko could be heading back to Newcastle United, according to Ladbrokes.

The bookies make the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder 4/1 to return to the Magpies, with only Marseille ahead of the Toon Army at 3/1. 

No other club is considered a serious contender, with Nice, Everton, West Ham and Crystal Palace all chalked up at 10/1.

French trio Paris Saint-Germain, Lyon and Monaco round out the betting at 12/1.

Ladbrokes News’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro: 

“Newcastle are readying for their Premier League return, and Sissoko needs first-team football to boost his World Cup hopes.”

"Marseille lead the betting, but we aren't ruling out a Geordie return for the French international."

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Moussa Sissoko – Next Club
 
Marseille - 3/1
Newcastle - 4/1
Nice - 10/1
Everton - 10/1
West Ham - 10/1
Crystal Palace - 10/1
PSG - 12/1
Monaco - 12/1
Lyon - 12/1
12:00 30 May

Everton Favourites to Sign Joe Hart

Everton are the 7/4 favourites with William Hill to sign England Number One Joe Hart.

Despite the poor season from Claudio Bravo and the release of Willy Caballero, Joe Hart’s Manchester City future still looks bleak with the potential signing of Edison Moraes from Benfica.
 
He is 6/1 to be at City after the summer transfer window with Everton, at 7/4, the most likely club to sign him.
 
“With a World Cup in 2018, Joe Hart needs to be playing regularly and it does not look likely he will get the game time at the Etihad,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “He will no doubt have a number of clubs desperate for his signature.”  
 
Joe Hart club after summer transfer window: 7/4 Everton; 4/1 Liverpool; 5/1 Chelsea; 6/1 Manchester City; 10/1 Leicester; 10/1 Torino; 14/1 Arsenal; 16/1 West Ham; 20/1 AC Milan; 20/1 Crystal Palace; 20/1 Inter Milan; 20/1 Newcastle; 25/1 Southampton; 33/1 Napoli; 33/1 Stoke

11:28 30 May

Diego Costa odds-on for Chelsea Stay

Diego Costa is 4/6 with Betway to remain a Blue in a remarkable odds U-turn
 
The Chelsea striker was 1/5 to be playing his last game at Wembley on Saturday, but the odds now show Spaniard is set to stay at Stamford Bridge.
 
Betway’s Alan Alger, told Bettingpro: 

“The odds suggest Diego Costa’s much touted move to China could be called off. The Spaniard was as short as 1/5 before the FA Cup final to head east, but the betting has shifted dramatically over the last 24 hours with Costa now odds-on at 4/6 to remain a Chelsea player.
 
“China isn’t out of the picture at 9/4, although the odds for that move have been steadily drifting, and there’s been plenty of interest in a return to Atletico at 5/2.”
14:26 29 May

Ivan Perisic 6/4 to sign for Manchester United

Old Trafford could well be the next destination for Ivan Perisic, according to Ladbrokes.

The bookies make Manchester United favourites for the Croatian’s signature, with 6/4 for the Inter Milan ace to make the Red Devils his next club, while 7/4 says he heads to M16 this summer.

Chelsea are next in the betting, at 7/2, followed by Paris Saint-Germain at 4/1, while a Prem pair of Liverpool (9/1) and Tottenham (10/1) are dark horses in the race to sign the 28-year-old.

Ladbrokes News’ Dave Burin said: “Old Trafford could be set for its first marquee arrival of the Summer in the form of Perisic, but they may face a battle from a familiar foe.”

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Ivan Perisic – Next Club
 
Man United - 6/4
Chelsea - 7/2
PSG - 4/1
Liverpool - 9/1
Tottenham - 10/1
Juventus - 10/1
Arsenal - 12/1
Borussia Dortmund - 16/1
13:34 28 May

Ross Barkley 6/4 to move to West Ham after bid rumours

West Ham United now lead the race to sign Ross Barkley, according to Ladbrokes.

The bookies make it 6/4 for the Everton ace to join the Irons, who leapfrog Tottenham in the betting, with the Lilywhites now 11/5 to secure his services.

Man United are 9/1 shots, with Chelsea at 10s and a shock switch to Liverpool priced up at 16/1.

Ladbrokes News’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro: 

“The Hammers seem willing to break the bank for Barkley, and they’re now firm favourites to snap up the midfield magician.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Ross Barkley - Next Club
 
West Ham United – 6/4
Tottenham – 11/5
Man United – 9/1
Chelsea – 10/1
Liverpool – 16/1
Man City – 16/1
Arsenal – 20/1
12:46 25 May

Manchester United 1/5 to splash out £100m-plus after sealing Champions League place


Manchester United secured a place in next season’s Champions League by winning the Europa League Final last night, and as a result the bookmakers are expecting another summer of heavy-spending by boss Jose Mourinho.

Mourinho splashed the cash in his first summer in charge of the club, luring the likes of Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Old Trafford, and Ladbrokes is now 1/5 that the Portuguese spends in excess of £100million during the latest transfer window.

It is 1/2 that the Old Trafford outfit bring in over 4.5 first-team players, while 5/4 says they land Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches from Bayern Munich.

They are 6/1 shots to land Everton star Ross Barkley, with Tottenham Hotspur the favourites to secure his signature at 5/4.

“The odds suggest Barkley is set to swap Toffees for Tottenham,” Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro.com. “And while Manchester United aren't front-runners for the Everton ace, it's a sure thing that they will be spending big elsewhere this summer.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Manchester United to spend over £100m this summer - 1/5
Manchester United to sign Ross Barkley this summer - 6/1
Manchester United to sign Renato Sanches this summer - 5/4
Manchester United to sign Douglas Costa this summer - 5/2
Manchester United to sign Sanches & Costa this summer - 6/1

11:28 25 May

Tottenham Hotspur 5/4 favourites to lure Ross Barkley from Everton


Premier League runners-up Tottenham Hotspur lead the race for Ross Barkley, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Everton midfielder looks set to leave the Toffees and Spurs are 5/4 favourites to sign him up this summer, but despite reported interest from Manchester United the bookies rate the Red Devils as 6/1 shots to sign the England international.

“The odds suggest Barkley is set to swap Toffees for Tottenham,” Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Ross Barkley club after summer transfer window

Everton - 4/5
Tottenham Hotspur - 5/4
Manchester United - 6/1
Manchester City - 10/1
Arsenal - 14/1
Newcastle United - 16/1
Liverpool - 50/1

14:16 24 May

Ladbrokes close book on Iker Casillas to Liverpool


Bookmaker Ladbrokes is no longer taking bets on Iker Casillas joining Liverpool this summer.

The experienced goalkeeper has reportedly signed a pre-contract agreement with the Reds, and Ladbrokes is treading carefully, believing it is likely to be a case of when and not if we see the Spaniard unveiled at Anfield.

“It’s not a done deal just yet,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com. “But with the wheels in motion on an Anfield move, we’re not taking any chances on Casillas.”


14:02 24 May

Diego Costa & Alexis Sanchez odds-on to leave clubs after FA Cup Final


Arsenal and Chelsea meet in the FA Cup Final on Saturday evening and bookmaker Betway believe some of the star names on show could be bidding farewell to their respective clubs in the aftermath.

Alexis Sanchez tops the betting of Arsenal players heading for the exit after Wembley Stadium at 8/11, closely followed by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at 4/5.

The odds suggest that Saturday could also be the last time that Arsenal fans see Hector Bellerin (6/4) and Mesut Ozil (7/4) in Gunners’ colours.

Diego Costa is as good as gone at 1/5 to leave Chelsea after the final, with the Spaniard heavily fancied to make a big money move to China this summer, while team-mates Eden Hazard (7/4) and Michy Batshuayi (2/1) are quietly fancied to bid farewell to the Blues after Wembley too.

“Wembley could well be the scene of Alexis Sanchez’s last game as a Gunner and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is also fancied to move on to pastures new,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“Love him or hate him, we think there will be a Diego Costa-shaped hole at Chelsea next season and go as short as 1/5 for Saturday to be his final game for the Blues.”

FA Cup Final Betting Specials

FA Cup Final to be last game at Arsenal:

8/11 Alexis Sanchez
4/5 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
6/4 Hector Bellerin
7/4 Mesut Ozil
7/2 Arsene Wenger

FA Cup Final to be last game at Chelsea:

1/5 Diego Costa
7/4 Eden Hazard
2/1 Michy Batshuayi
11/4 Cesc Fabregas
5/1 Thibaut Courtois
9/1 Antonio Conte

14:23 22 May

Latest Transfer Betting News: Wenger to stay and keep Ozil & Sanchez

William Hill expect business as usual at Arsenal next season with Arsene Wenger set to stay (4/9) and retain the services of both Mesut Ozil (1/2) & Alexis Sanchez (8/11).
 
“The odds suggest that Arsenal fans who want a shake-up will be disappointed to say the least,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
 
Transfer Market Moves

Arsene Wenger To Be Arsenal Manager on Day One of 17/18 Premier League Season:  4/9 Yes, 13/8 No
 
Michael Keane 4/7 from 6/1 Man Utd (this is the biggest price move)
 
Lukaku 11/8 from 2/1 Chelsea
 
John Terry 5/2 from 7/1 Bournemouth (also saw money recently for any Portuguese club)
 
Wayne Rooney 11/8 from 7/2 Any Chinese club
 
Diego Costa 2/5 from 6/4 Any Chinese club
 
Jermain Defoe 1/4 from 6/4 Bournemouth
 
Pierre Aubameyang 7/4 from 4/1 Paris SG
 
Alvaro Morata 5/4 from 5/1 Chelsea
 
Moussa Dembele 6/4 from 6/1 Tottenham
 
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Suspended from 7/2 Liverpool

11:20 19 May

Robbe Keane cut from 10/1 to Evens to join Harry Redknapp at Birmingham City

Harry Redknapp could be about to make Robbie Keane his first signing as Birmingham City manager, according to Ladbrokes.

The bookies have this morning responded to rumoured interest in the striker by slashing odds of him reuniting with his former boss from 10/1 to just even-money.

That now makes Keane the most likely ex-Redknapp player to make a move to St Andrew's this summer.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro:

"Keane is no stranger to the Midlands, while 'Arry is certainly no stranger to a reunion. We're putting two and two together and saying there's a good chance Blues fans will be seeing the former Spurs man lining up for them next season."

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Robbie Keane to sign for Birmingham City this summer - Evens

13:15 18 May

Liverpool backed to sign Alex Oxlader-Chamberlain

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could be a Liverpool player as early as this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

The 23-year-old is now just an even-money shot to leave Arsenal at the end of the season, as contract talks at the Emirates continue to stall.

And the bookies have slashed odds of him moving to Anfield when the transfer window opens to 5/4, the shortest they've ever been.

A move to Everton looks less likely though, with 8/1 on offer for the Toffees to seal a deal.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

"We're expecting a Merseyside tug-of-war for The Ox's signature when the transfer window opens, but right now it's Koeman who's on the back foot as Klopp looks to have got his man."

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Summer 2017 Specials

To leave Arsenal - Evens
To sign for Liverpool - 5/4
To sign for Everton - 8/1
14:53 17 May

Tottenham Hotspur 11/10 to land Everton star Ross Barkley


Tottenham Hotspur head the betting for Ross Barkley’s signature, according to bookmaker Betway.

Barkley has been linked with a move away from Goodison Park for several months now, and although he is 4/6 to stay put this summer Betway is now just 11/10 that he swaps Merseyside for North London.

“Ross Barkley has been dithering on a new contract at Everton for months now and Ronald Koeman is beginning to lose patience with his star midfielder,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“Spurs are now well priced at 11/10 to secure his signature in the summer transfer window and there’s an outside chance he could be on his way to Manchester United at 12/1, while he’s 16/1 to join City.

“However, he’s a born and bred Evertonian and we still think there’s a strong chance at 4/6 that Barkley will be playing his football at Goodison next year.”

Ross Barkley club at end of summer transfer window:

4/6 Everton
11/10 Tottenham Hotspur
12/1 Manchester United
16/1 Manchester City
20/1 Arsenal
25/1 Chelsea

11:40 17 May

Chelsea slashed to 5/2 to lure Kyle Walker from Tottenham Hotspur


Kyle Walker is edging closer to a Tottenham Hotspur exit this summer, according to Ladbrokes.

The right-back is now just 1/4 to leave White Hart Lane when the transfer window opens, with Manchester City 1/2 favourites for his signature.

However, Chelsea's odds of landing the England star have been slashed from 10/1 to just 5/2 in a matter of days following rumoured interest from Antonio Conte.

“As far as we're concerned, Walker will walk this summer,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

The bookmaker is so confident that Walker will not be a Spurs player next year that they have even priced up his replacement in North London.

Right now, Monaco pair Djibril Sidibe and Almany Traore are both 4/1 shots to sign for Tottenham this summer, but at 25/1 it is unlikely that Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin will be switching allegiances any time soon.

“We don't think Spurs will hang around in their quest for a replacement,” Apati added. “The early money is suggesting Mauricio Pochettino will go all out to land one of Monaco’s hottest talents as soon as the window opens.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Kyle Walker to leave Tottenham Hotspur in the 2017 summer transfer window?

Yes - 1/4
No - 5/2

Kyle Walker Next Club

Manchester City - 1/2
Chelsea - 5/2
Manchester United - 5/1
Barcelona - 16/1
Bayern Munich - 25/1
Real Madrid - 25/1

To sign for Tottenham Hotspur in 2017 summer transfer window

Djibril Sidibe - 4/1
Almamy Traore - 4/1
Matthias Ginter - 5/1
Danilo - 6/1
Nathaniel Clyne - 12/1
Danny Simpson - 20/1
Hector Bellerin - 25/1

09:38 16 May

Done Deal? Ladbrokes suspend betting on James Rodriguez to Manchester United


Ladbrokes has closed the book on Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez joining Manchester United this summer.

The Colombian had been as short as 1/10 to join the Red Devils with the bookies, and now they’ve suspended betting with the deal considered as good as done.

“Rodriguez joining United looks like a certainty,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com. “All we’re waiting for now is the sight of the midfield maestro posing with the famous red shirt.”
16:04 15 May

Chelsea captain John Terry urged to snub 8/4 switch to Bournemouth

John Terry has been linked with a move to Bournemouth when he departs Chelsea this summer, but the veteran centre-back has been advised against moving to the South Coast.

Terry has already confirmed his long association with the Blues will come to an end once this season is in the books, and there have been reports that Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is eager to boost his squad by bringing in the multiple-time Premier League winner.


Paddy Power make the Cherries the 9/4 favourites to secure Terry’s signature, but former Arsenal and England man Paul Merson has urged him against the move.

“I'm not sure about the John Terry one because John hasn't played for a long time,” Merson told Sky Sports. “He's getting on a bit, I mean I'm one of his greatest fans, but you don't half get isolated playing centre-half for Bournemouth. It's not like you're going to get a lot of protection. That one doesn't tick the boxes.”

If Terry wants an ‘easier time’ a move abroad could be the answer and he is 7/2 to join one of the big-spending Chinese Super League clubs this summer, with Paddy Power going 6/1 that he follows in the footsteps of former team-mates Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba by heading to Major League Soccer.

West Bromwich Albion are also priced up at 6/1 to sign Terry, with newly-promoted Brighton & Hove Albion 7/1 shots for his signature. It is 10/1 that the centre-back makes the shock decision to follow ex-team-mate Petr Cech from Stamford Bridge to Arsenal.
15:47 15 May

Daniel Sturridge 5/4 to stick with Liverpool this summer


Daniel Sturridge ended an almost four-month goal drought by scoring in Liverpool’s 4-0 rout of West Ham United at the weekend, but will the England forward get the chance to score more goals for the Reds next season?

Sturridge has managed only 19 appearances in the Premier League this season, scoring just three goals, and there has been plenty of speculation about his future with many wondering if Jurgen Klopp will look to offload the 27-year-old this summer.

Following his goal against the Hammers on Sunday online bookmaker SkyBet is now 5/4 that Sturridge is still be a Liverpool player when the summer transfer window, but the firm is not ruling out summer switch.

The team he scored against on Sunday, West Ham, are the leading contenders to sign the striker at 5/2, with Paris St Germain next up at 9/2 ahead of 7/1 Arsenal, 8/1 Newcastle United and 10/1 Tottenham Hotspur.

11:17 15 May

West Ham United 7/4 favourites to land Napoli star Dries Mertens


West Ham United could be set for a major coup by signing Dries Mertens, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Irons are 7/4 favourites to snap up the Napoli ace, with Everton (4/1) and Liverpool (5/1) next in the betting.

Meanwhile, it is a 7/1 shot he swaps Naples for North London with Tottenham Hotspur, while champions Chelsea are priced up at 9s.

However, Ladbrokes’ traders cannot see him following Gonzalo Higuain’s controversial path to Juventus, with 12/1 on offer for Mertens to join the ‘Old Lady’ during the summer transfer window.

“The Hammers could be set to make the signing of the summer, with the bookies tipping the Belgian hitman to head to London Stadium,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Dries Mertens – Next Club

West Ham United - 7/4
Everton - 4/1
Liverpool - 5/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 7/1
Chelsea - 9/1
Manchester United - 10/1
Juventus - 12/1

14:16 11 May

Bookies backing Wayne Rooney for 13/8 China switch


If Wayne Rooney does leave Manchester United this summer, bookmaker Betway expect him to cash-in by making a big-money move to China.

Rooney has suggested that his immediate future could be away from Old Trafford due to a lack of first-team football, and he is now 13/8 to sign for any Chinese Super League club before the summer transfer window slams shut.

However, the firm is not ruling out a return to Everton, going 15/8 that he heads back to Goodison Park during the next transfer window, while it is 10/3 that Rooney stays put at Manchester United.

“At 31, some Premier League managers may believe that Wayne Rooney still has a lot to offer and a return to Goodison Park is near the top of the market at 15/8,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“However, the betting suggests that the lure of a big money move could be too much and we make Rooney 13/8 to sign for any Chinese Super League club.

“As time goes by Rooney’s chances of staying at United seem to be fading and we’re offering 10/3 for him to still be at Old Trafford after the summer transfer window.”

Wayne Rooney club at end of summer transfer window:

13/8 Any Chinese Super League Club
15/8 Everton
10/3 Manchester United
20/1 Paris St Germain
25/1 Liverpool
33/1 Bayern Munich
33/1 Barcelona

13:16 11 May

Peter Crouch 4/1 for Birmingham City move


Harry Redknapp will stick to what he knows when bringing players to Birmingham City this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Blues boss is set to extend his contract at St Andrew's for another year in the coming days, and the bookies have priced up a number of his former signings following suit.

Niko Kranjcar (7/4) is the most likely name on the list to reunite with Redknapp, although Peter Crouch is just a 4/1 shot.

Jermain Defoe will be a man in demand when the season ends, but at 14/1 it is unlikely his former boss can convince him to move to the Midlands.

“St Andrew's looks set to play host for a big reunion this summer,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com. “The early signs are suggesting 'Arry will target Kranjcar and Crouchie before anyone else.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

To sign for Birmingham City this summer

Niko Kranjcar - 7/4
Peter Crouch - 4/1
Nedum Onuoha - 8/1
Robbie Keane - 10/1
Rob Green - 10/1
Younes Kaboul - 12/1
Adel Taarabt - 12/1
Jermain Defoe - 14/1

16:59 10 May

Liverpool 5/4 favourites to sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain


Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will make Anfield his next port of call, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Arsenal midfielder has been linked with a summer move away from the Emirates Stadium, and the bookies see Liverpool as clear frontrunners for his signature at 5/4.

“Gooners are finally getting to see the best of The Ox, but the latest odds tell us he's just trying to impress potential suitors,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“At 5/4, there's every chance he'll trade Arsenal for Anfield when the transfer window opens.”

West Ham United are some way off to land ‘The Ox’ at 6/1, while 13/2 says he signs for Premier League returnees Newcastle United.

Meanwhile, it is unlikely the England ace will be moving across North London, with 10/1 on offer for him to sign for Tottenham Hotspur next.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Next Club

Liverpool - 5/4 
West Ham United - 6/1
Newcastle United - 13/2 
Manchester United - 8/1
Manchester City - 9/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 10/1
Everton - 12/1
Southampton - 16/1
Leicester City - 20/1
15:50 10 May

Harry Redknapp & Niko Kranjar 2/1 for Birmingham City reunion


Harry Redknapp has signed a one-year deal to remain Birmingham City manager and the bookmakers would not be surprised to see him turn to an old favourite in the summer transfer window.

Redknapp has swooped for midfielder Niko Kranjcar three times during his managerial career – at Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers – and BetVictor is now 2/1 that he brings the Croatian to St Andrews during the summer transfer window.

“Kranjcar has been supported into 2/1 from 3s to re-join old pal Harry at St Andrew’s,” said BetVictor spokesperson Jack Milner.

If social media is anything to go by, this move is going to happen…






15:34 10 May

Diego Costa 1/3 for China switch after declaring he 'owns' his future


Diego Costa remains odds on for a mega-move to the Chinese Super League this summer after declaring himself the “owner” of his future.

Costa has two years left on his current deal with Chelsea but continues to be linked with a move to the big-spending Chinese top flight when the transfer window opens next month.

When quizzed about a possible move by DirecTV Sports in South America he insisted that he is the “owner” of his future and added “it does not mean that I am going to China”, but the bookies believe a deal is likely.

Costa is now just 1/3 (BetVictor) to be plying his trade in the Chinese Super League when the summer transfer window slams shut, while a return to former employers Atletico Madrid has been priced up at 6/1.

16:16 09 May

Celtic 6/4 favourites to sign Chelsea starlet Dominic Solanke


Dominic Solanke could be the latest marquee signing at Celtic, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies make it just 6/4 for the Chelsea prodigy to make Parkhead his new home during the summer transfer window.

Liverpool are second-favourites at 4/1, with Tottenham Hotspur (11/2) and West Ham United (6/1) also in the running.

“Brendan Rodgers could be set to snap up another young star from south of the border, with Solanke short odds to swap Chelsea for Celtic,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Dominic Solanke – Next Club

Celtic - 6/4
Liverpool - 4/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 11/2
West Ham United - 6/1
Newcastle United - 7/1
Arsenal - 9/1
Rangers - 12/1

12:08 09 May

Chelsea 11/10 to lure Virgil van Dijk away from Southampton


Southampton manager Claude Puel faces a fight to hold onto star defender Virgil van Dijk, according to bookmaker Betway.

Puel has insisted he has no intention of letting van Dijk go during the summer transfer window, but Betway believe he is facing a losing battle having gone 11/10 that the Dutchman joins the team set to become Premier League champions.

“Puel maintains that the highly sought after Virgil van Dijk will not be leaving St Mary’s this summer and he is 11/4 to stay,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“However, this hasn’t curbed the interest of some of the Premier League’s best and league-leaders Chelsea look likely to land the Dutchman at 11/10.”

Virgil van Dijk club at end of summer transfer window:

11/10 Chelsea
11/4 Southampton
7/2 Liverpool
4/1 Manchester City
9/1 Arsenal
16/1 Manchester United
9/1 Tottenham Hotspur

11:47 09 May

Gareth Bale 1/20 to remain at Real Madrid this summer


Bookmaker Betway is ignoring suggestions that Gareth Bale will return to the Premier League this summer.

The injury-plagued Welshman has endured a disappointing season at Real Madrid and newspaper reports in Spain have claimed Manchester United want to end his Bernabeu misery with a big-money deal in the summer.

However, Betway and its punters believe Bale is going nowhere, with the firm pricing up a move to United at 9/1 while going 1/20 that the Wales international is still a Real Madrid player when the summer transfer window slams shut.

“Rumours that Gareth Bale is near to signing for Manchester United aren’t being followed up in the betting,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com. “The Welshman is an unlikely 9/1 to move to Old Trafford, with his odds of staying at Madrid appearing to be nailed on at 1/20.

“We’re confident he’ll remain at the Bernabeu and are happy to offer big prices on the clubs rumoured to be interested. Feel free to take United at 9/1 and Chelsea at 16/1 - we don’t think he’s going anywhere!”

Gareth Bale club at end of summer transfer window:

1/20 Real Madrid
9/1 Manchester United
12/1 Juventus
16/1 Barcelona
16/1 Chelsea
25/1 BAR

12:40 05 May

Bookies slash odds on Diego Costa leaving Chelsea to China


Bookmaker Betway has slashed its odds on Diego Costa making a mega-money move from Chelsea to the Chinese Super League this summer.

Costa has been linked with a switch to big-spending league for several months now and Betway is just 2/9 that he joins a Chinese club before the close of the summer transfer window, while it is 2/1 that the Blues hitman stays put.

“A move to China for Diego Costa looks very likely at odds of 2/9,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“We were offering 5/1 at the end of March, but the betting now suggests that Costa is halfway to completing a lucrative move to China.

“Anyone who thinks that the Costa to China gossip is just hot air can take the 2/1 that the Spaniard remains at the Bridge for next season.”

Latest Betway Odds

Diego Costa club at end of summer transfer window:

2/9 Any Chinese club
2/1 Chelsea

12:37 05 May

Kyle Walker odds-on to leave Tottenham Hotspur for Manchester City this summer


Full-back Kyle Walker is now odds-on to swap North London for Manchester this summer, according to bookmaker Betway.

While Walker is still 11/10 to be a Tottenham Hotspur player when the summer transfer window slams shut, he is now into 1/2 to make a move to Manchester City.

“Pep Guardiola has specified he’ll be looking to strengthen his side with English players and the odds suggest Kyle Walker could be one of them,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“We’re as sure as 1/2 that the Spurs right-back will join Man City this summer, shorter than the 11/10 on offer for him to remain at his current club.”

Latest Betway Odds

Kyle Walker club at end of summer transfer window:

1/2 Manchester City
11/10 Tottenham
16/1 Barcelona
16/1 Manchester United
22/1 BAR

10:46 05 May

Liverpool 5/2 favourites to land Riyad Mahrez as bookies go odds-on about Leicester City exit


Riyad Mahrez could swap Leicester City for Liverpool this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Algerian is 1/2 to leave the King Power Stadium in the coming transfer window, and the bookies make it 5/2 for the 26-year-old to make Anfield his next home.

Tottenham Hotspur are next in the betting at 4/1, with North London rivals Arsenal 5/1 shots and Paris Saint-Germain 6s to add Mahrez to their ranks.

“It seems Mahrez is set to walk out on Shakespeare and Leicester this summer, with the odds suggesting his next act could take place at Anfield,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Riyad Mahrez - Next Club

Liverpool - 5/2
Tottenham Hotspur - 4/1
Arsenal - 5/1
Paris St Germain - 6/1
Barcelona - 10/1
Chelsea - 10/1
Manchester City - 10/1
Manchester United - 12/1
Real Madrid - 14/1

Riyad Mahrez to leave Leicester City in Summer 2017 transfer window – 1/2

13:16 04 May

Man Utd & Juventus short odds to land Chelsea star Willian


Reports have claimed Chelsea star Willian could be the subject of big-money bids from Manchester United and Juventus this summer – but will he move on?

The Brazilian winger is 6/5 to still be a Chelsea player when the summer transfer window slams shut, according to bookmaker Betway, but the firm is taking no chances going 13/8 that he reunites with Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, while it is 15/2 he makes a move to the Italian champions.

“A glance at the odds will tell you that Willian’s future hangs in the balance,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“The Brazilian is 6/5 to stick with Chelsea this summer and a slightly bigger 13/8 to move to Manchester United. Reports suggest there’s some interest from Juventus too, who are 15/2 to shell out for Willian in the summer transfer window.”

Willian’s club at end of summer transfer window

6/5 Chelsea
13/8 Manchester United
15/2 Juventus
10/1 BAR

12:35 03 May

Rising star Kylian Mbappe odds-on to stay at Monaco


With the end of the season just around the corner, bids have reportedly been flying in for Monaco hotshot Kylian Mbappe.

However, bookmaker William Hill is offering just 2/5 that the highly-rated youngster remains with the Ligue 1 side.

Should he leave in the summer transfer window, the most likely destination would appear to be Real Madrid (2/1) then Chelsea (8/1).

“Mbappe is the hottest prospect in world football and it looks likely that there will be a bidding war over the summer,” William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told Bettingpro.com.

“That said, Monaco will do everything to keep their man and he could well stay.”

Kylian Mbappe club after the summer transfer window:

2/5 Monaco; 2/1 Real Madrid; 8/1 Chelsea; 10/1 Bayern Munich; 10/1 Manchester City; 12/1 Barcelona; 14/1 AC Milan; 14/1 Arsenal

12:25 03 May

Manchester City shock 3/1 favourites to sign Luke Shaw


Manchester United full-back Luke Shaw could be about to stick the knife into manager Jose Mourinho by signing for Manchester City this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

A flurry of bets placed on Shaw crossing Manchester have forced the bookies to make City shock joint-favourites at 3/1 for his signature.

They are joined at the head of the market by Tottenham Hotspur, while newly-promoted Newcastle United are 4/1 shots to land the England star.

“Jose has called Shaw out time and time again this season,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told Bettingpro.com.

“But the defender could have the last laugh by teaming up with United's bitter rivals in what would undoubtedly be the most controversial move of the summer.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Luke Shaw next club

Manchester City - 3/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 3/1
Newcastle United - 4/1
Everton - 5/1
Southampton - 5/1
Liverpool - 8/1
Arsenal - 8/1
Others on request

14:16 02 May

Chelsea 2/1 favourites to sign Manchester City misfit Joe Hart


Chelsea are the clear 2/1 favourites to sign goalkeeper Joe Hart in the summer transfer window, according to bookmaker Betway.

It is widely reported that the on-loan Manchester City keeper is keen on a return to the Premier League after his spell at Torino and the betting suggests Chelsea is the most likely destination.

Fellow Premier League sides are also in the mix to secure the services of England’s number one. Betway go 4/1 that Hart joins Ronald Koeman’s Everton when the transfer window opens in July, Liverpool are next best at 5/1 and Manchester rivals United are 6/1.

The City loanee is an unlikely 9/1 to remain at the Etihad for next season.

“As far as the odds are concerned, Joe Hart will look to bolster his hopes of retaining the England number one jersey by moving to Chelsea at 2/1,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com. “Everton have also been long admirers of Hart, and we make him 4/1 to sign for the Toffees.

“Pep Guardiola has made it clear that City require a different style of goalkeeper to suit his style of play, and we don’t think there will be a place for Hart at the Etihad next season. We go 9/1 for Hart to still be at Manchester City for the 2017/18 campaign.”

Joe Hart club after summer transfer window:

Chelsea 2/1
Everton 4/1
Liverpool 5/1
Manchester United 6/1
Torino 7/1
Manchester City 9/1

14:07 02 May

Kasper Schmeichel Even money for Manchester United switch


Kasper Schmeichel is set to follow in his father’s footsteps by joining Manchester United, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The Leicester City stopper is Even money to make Old Trafford his new home, though the Red Devils could face a transfer battle from Manchester City (3/1) and Liverpool (7/1) both thought to be in the running for his signature.

Meanwhile, there is an outside chance that he will head for the English capital, with Arsenal (8/1) and Tottenham Hotspur (10s) also in the running according to the bookies.

“Eighteen years after his Dad bowed out as a United legend, Kasper is on course to bring a famous name back to the Theatre of Dreams,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Kasper Schmeichel – Next Club

Manchester United - EVS
Manchester City - 3/1
Liverpool - 7/1
Arsenal - 8/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 10/1

10:36 02 May

Spurs stars Walker & Alderweireld linked with Manchester moves


Tottenham Hotspur defensive stars Kyle Walker and Toby Alderweireld could swap North London for Manchester this summer, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

Walker is 4/9 to leave Spurs for Manchester City during the next transfer window, with the 26-year-old full-back 8/1 to head to Barcelona and 10/1 to defect to Chelsea.

Centre-back Alderweireld could be joining him in the North-West, with Manchester United 5/2 favourites for his signature, while Manchester City are 3/1 to beat them to the punch.

“Walker is set to leave White Hart Lane in a huff this summer and it’s Pep Guardiola who’s ready to welcome him with open arms,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com.

“We could well see him joined in Manchester by Alderweireld, with United and City leading the race for the Belgian.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Kyle Walker - Next Club:

Manchester City - 4/9
Barcelona - 8/1
Chelsea - 10/1
Bayern Munich - 11/1
Manchester United - 12/1
Real Madrid - 16/1

Toby Alderweireld - Next Club:

Manchester United - 5/2
Manchester City - 3/1
Chelsea - 5/1
Arsenal - 8/1
Liverpool - 10/1
Bayern Munich - 11/1
Real Madrid - 12/1
Barcelona - 16/1

12:38 30 Apr

Jordan Pickford 9/2 to swap Sunderland for Newcastle United this summer


Jordan Pickford could make a shock switch from Sunderland to Newcastle United, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes.

The bookies have cut odds on a move to Tyneside from 10/1 to 9/2, though it is Liverpool who are favourites to sign the 23-year-old goalkeeper.

Jurgen Klopp is just 5/2 to add Pickford to the Anfield ranks, with Manchester City (7/2) and Man United (4/1) close behind in the Ladbrokes betting.

Newcastle are one of three clubs priced at 9/2, alongside West Ham United and Everton, with Arsenal a 6/1 shot to sign the Washington native.

“Sunderland fans will feel sick at the sight of Newcastle moving up in the betting for Pickford,” Ladbrokes’ Dave Burin told Bettingpro.com. “But it seems a move to Tyneside could genuinely be on the cards.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Jordan Pickford – Next Club

Liverpool - 5/2
Man City - 7/2
Man United - 4/1
Newcastle - 9/2
West Ham - 9/2
Everton - 9/2
Arsenal - 6/1
West Brom - 10/1
Watford - 10/1
Chelsea - 10/1
Middlesbrough - 16/1

07:59 30 Apr

Jermain Defoe 2/1 for Bournemouth reunion


Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe is being tipped for a possible return to Bournemouth following Sunderland's relegation from the Premier League.

Defoe spent the 2000/01 season on loan at the South Coast club and William Hill is 2/1 that he rejoins them in a permanent switch this summer, with a return to another of his former clubs, West Ham United, priced up at 3/1.

The England striker is 11/4 to remain at Sunderland come the end of the summer transfer window.

Jermain Defoe's club on September 1

2/1 Bournemouth; 11/4 Sunderland; 3/1 West Ham United; 4/1 Brighton; 8/1 Brighton; 8/1 Crystal Palace; 8/1 Aston Villa; 8/1 Newcastle United

15:16 28 Apr

Antoine Griezmann 8/11 to join Manchester United


Manchester United are 8/11 favourites to sign Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann in the summer transfer window, according to online bookmaker Betway.

The French striker has been in sparkling form this season, scoring 25 goals in all competitions, but Betway believe there is a good chance that he will leave Diego Simeone’s side in the summer.  

"Antoine Griezmann is attracting attention from a number of the top clubs in Europe and we fancy him to head to Manchester United at 8/11," Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com. "However, a lot could depend on the Red Devils clinching Champions League football and its evens for him to stay at Atletico.

Potentially heading out the exit door at Manchester United at the end of the season is star goalkeeper David De Gea. The Spanish stopper is 11/10 to join long-term admirers Real Madrid, while Betway place him at 16/1 to join Barcelona and 20/1 to sign for Paris St Germain.

"It looks like United’s number one David De Gea and Captain Wayne Rooney could be heading out of Old Trafford at the end of the season," Alger added. "De Gea is 11/10 to join a heavily interested Real Madrid, while Everton looks to be the destination for Wayne Rooney next season at 10/11."

Antoine Griezmann club at end of summer transfer window:

8/11 Manchester United
EVS Atletico Madrid
14/1 Any Chinese Super League Club
16/1 Chelsea
20/1 Barcelona
20/1 Bayern Munich
20/1 Paris St Germain
25/1 Manchester City
25/1 Real Madrid
33/1 Arsenal
33/1 Juventus
40/1 Liverpool
50/1 Tottenham Hotspur

David De Gea club at end of summer transfer window:

4/6 Manchester United
11/10 Real Madrid
16/1 Barcelona
20/1 Paris St Germain
25/1 Atletico Madrid

Wayne Rooney club at end of summer transfer window:

10/11 Everton
7/4 Any Chinese Super League Club
4/1 Manchester United
10/1 Any Major League Soccer Club
20/1 Paris St Germain
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