Spurs have the player with the shortest price in Ryan Sessegnon
With the transfer window now open for business, clubs around the country are scrambling to get deals across the line and secure the services of their top targets.
But who’s going where? Who is the most likely player to sign for my club this summer? Will Spurs sign ANYONE?
Well, Oddschecker have taken a look at every Premier League club and who has the highest chance of joining them.
- Man City – Saul Niguez (4/7)
- Liverpool - David Neres (3/1)
- Chelsea – Transfer Ban
- Tottenham – Ryan Sessegnon (3/10)
- Arsenal – Wilfried Zaha (5/4)
- Man United – Aaron Wan-Bissaka (2/5),
- Wolves – Joao Felix (6/1)
- Everton – Thomas Meunier (15/2)
- Leicester City – Youri Tielemans (5/2)
- West Ham – Duvan Zapata (11/2)
- Watford – Che Adams (8/1)
- Crystal Palace – Che Adams (4/1)
- Newcastle – Danny Drinkwater (5/1)
- Bournemouth – Jack Butland (8/11)
- Burnley – Che Adams (12/1)
- Southampton – Che Adams (EVS)
- Brighton – Juan Mata (6/1)
- Sheffield United – Danny Drinkwater (8/1)
- Norwich – Joe Hart (7/4)
- Aston Villa – Charlie Austin (7/1)
With more money than ever flying around in the Premier League, expect another tumultuous transfer window.
Champions Manchester City will splosh plenty more Arab dosh, with Bruno Fernandes and Saul Niguez the frontrunners to bolster Pep Guardiola’s midfield ranks.
Over on the red side of Manchester, United aim to plug one of their many defensive leaks, with Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka the most likely candidate for the Old Trafford abattoir.
There are plenty of eye-catching propositions elsewhere: wonderkid João Félix is 6/1 to become the latest Portuguese addition at Wolves; Juan Mata is being touted for a sensational move to Brighton; while newly-promoted Sheffield United seek to release Danny Drinkwater from his Stamford Bridge purgatory.
Speaking of Chelsea, they’ll be enviously observing from afar, as they serve a well-earned transfer ban.
Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek: "The Sessegnon to Spurs deal looks all but done, but it's interesting to see that Zaha is Arsenal's most likely buy given the £100m price tag that's has been put on his head.
"Would they be willing to pay such a high fee? It seems unlikely, although Wolves securing one of Europe's finest young talents in Joao Felix is also one that would confuse much of the footballing world."