Premier League Transfers 2018/19

Who is going where? 13 hot tips on the transfer market

Cyril's Betting Advice
Cyril's Betting Advice

As one season ends it seems as if another is about to begin.
As the Summer Transfer Window will be opening earlier than it has in the past transfer news, whether genuine or just hopeful will soon be filling the sports pages of our dailies.
One already doing the rounds is Wayne Rooney and a trip to America. Just one spanner in these works. It’s common knowledge that Mrs Rooney doesn’t fancy living in America. So Washington D.C. may be in for a disappointment.
United’s Paul Pogba isn’t too happy with things in Manchester. Could he be on the move soon? United also have their eye on Brazilian midfielder Fred whose present club Shaktar Donesk would be looking for at least £50 million. Moving out of course will be Fellaini. He of the bushy barnet.
Alvaro Marata had hardly had time to unpack his cases at Chelsea and he’s been linked to Juventus. He’s in the Turin area aby more than one Premier League side. present.
Naymar is injured at present but words coming out of the P.S.G. camp don’t rule out a move to Spain in the not too distant future.
Back home goalkeepers may well make the news shortly. Well after the World Cup anyway. Jack Butland is a wanted man. Should he decide to move from relegated Stoke City, then Stoke could well move for Tom Heaton. Both are in the World Cup squad. So there could be some very Newcastle owner Mike Ashley fails to unfasten the purse -strings competition between these two. Incidentally Heaton has a buyout clause in the £3 million range. Liverpool also have shown an interest in Heaton.
Man Utd have been showing an interest in ‘Spurs Tony Alderweireld. A very capable defender. Liverpool have been linked with a few players but the latest is very ikelyto sign after the champion League Final. Nabil Fekir is with French side Lyon at present and will cost in excess f £50. million. If he does sign he’ll be alongside with another new signing, Naby Keita. He is still At RB Liepzig. He’s theoreticaly been a Liverpool player since last summer `due to the transfer conditions.
Should Fekir sign it would cast doubts on some of the Liverpool midfielders.
Emre Can already looks Juventus bound but the other midfielders must be biting their nails.
Finally, if Newcastle owner Mike Ashley doesn’t open the purse-strings don’t be surprised to see Rafa Benitez waiving bye-bye.
Fancy a bet on who will arrive at, or depart from, your club I’m sure your local bookie will offer you a price.

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