Pogba? Bale? Kane? Top Transfer Betting Odds Options

Big moves ahead in summer transfer window?

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The end of the 2017/18 season isn’t even here and there has been much speculation flying around already about who could be moving club in the summer. Are Manchester United going to have a clear out and move on record signing Paul Pogba? Will Real Madrid be shuffling their pack? Will Tottenham be able to hold on to Harry Kane?

Paul Pogba

There have been rumours that United are ready to let Pogba go in the summer. After a disappointing season for the Red Devils, (not all the player’s fault, but he hasn’t been used to the best of his abilities), Pogba’s move back to Old Trafford hasn’t been a fruitful one. It is going to be a matter really of who could afford him after costing United the best part of ÂŁ100 million. The most likely destination for the midfield dynamo is PSG who can splash the cash and give the Frenchman a base on home soil. They would see him as a big component for an assault on the Champions League next season. But still, that’s a big old 6/1 price* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.) to happen.

Gareth Bale

The Welshman does look to have run his course at Real Madrid. Even when he has been fit he hasn’t exactly been in full favour of head coach Zinedine Zidane. So the likelihood is that the Spaniards will be happy enough to sell him on during the summer. Bale is 4/1 at BetVictor to make a move* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.) back to Tottenham, but the stronger likelihood is that Manchester United would go out and break the bank to snap him up and they are 2/1 favourites* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.) to make it happen.

Jack Butland

The Stoke shot-stopper probably wouldn’t be happy about knocking around in the Championship next year. His England career demands that he is playing at the top level and there is going to be plenty of options for him as well. Liverpool head and shoulders looks the strongest destination for him as the Reds aren’t strong in that department. That could be a risky move for Butland though, trying to backup a Liverpool defence which is left exposed often because of the way they play, but it guarantees Champions League football. Liverpool are 7/2 at BetVictor to be his next club* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.). Arsenal probably wouldn’t be too appealing of an option in comparison, while Manchester United have no need for him. Chelsea may be an outside option to replace Thibaut Courtois who hasn’t looked particularly happy this season and who is 2/1 to be at Real Madrid next season* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.).

Fernando Torres

The Atletico Madrid forward isn’t going to be with the Spanish outfit next season and it’s more than likely that he would be heading off abroad something either in China or the MLS. Nando would draw a lot of attention from a base in the USA and there is a 4/1 price* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.) on that to be his move. However, at just a couple of marks longer at 6/1 odds with BetVictor* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.), how about him reuniting with Rafa Benitez, who he excelled under at Liverpool, by switching back to the Premier League with Newcastle?

Luke Shaw

He’s got to leave Old Trafford surely. The problem for buyers though is whether or not he is damaged goods, because those rumours about him being lazy don’t seem to go away. It’s hard to see that any of the other top six in the league would take a gamble on him, so it’s likely that Shaw would end up somewhere at a mid-table club. Someone like Everton who are 4/1 joint-favourites* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.) alongside Spurs to get him.

Karim Benzema

If Gareth Bale leaving Real Madrid, would they also let go of Karim Benzema? He has been a staple of their attacking unit for several years now but for such a big club packed full of stars around him, he hasn’t really got that high of a goal percentage. There surely does have to be better options out there to explore, especially with Real Madrid looking to get back at Barcelona next season. It’s hard to see who would take a chance on Benzema, but you can’t help think that Arsenal would be interested in signing him if he were to end up in the Premier League.

Eden Hazard

Hasn’t been at his brilliant best this season for the Blues and he is carrying the air of a man who is ready for a fresh challenge. There really is only one out for him realistically and that would be to Real Madrid. The sale of Bale could well facilitate them to go after Hazard and the Blues would probably take it to try and use the cash, in turn, to rejuvenate their squad a little bit after a disappointing Premier League campaign. He’s unlikely to go anywhere else.

Harry Kane

Could Hazard be teaming up with Harry Kane at the Bernabeu next season? If the England man were to leave Spurs in the summer it wouldn’t be to another Premier League club obviously. He is much in the same boat as Hazard that moves up for him are going to be limited to pretty much PSG or Real Madrid. He doesn’t really fit anywhere else and Real Madrid are the 3/1 favourites at BetVictor* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.) to be Kane’s club after the summer transfer window.

Usain Bolt

Wait what? Yes, the Olympic champion has been putting in some heavy training with Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund. The Jamaican sprint legend has made no secret about his desires to play football professionally and he is 13/8 at Betvictor* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.) to sign for any German club (which makes sense as that’s where he based his training). The nature of modern football though has a 7/2 on it being an MLS club and 9/2 on it being a Chinese club that he signs for before the summer transfer window closes. Betfair have him at 6/4* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.) to sign with Borussia Dortmund as his next permanent club, while Scottish outfit Rangers are 33/1* (betting odds taken on April 19th, 2018 at 6:58 p.m.). Whoever signs him will wouldn’t just be in it for the 31-year-old’s skills, which are untested, but the commercial opportunities that signing him would bring.

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