Jadon Sancho to Manchester United is odds-on...
The return of the Bundesliga will have drawn a lot of new eyeballs to the German league this weekend, with a multitude of stars on display.
With rumours circulating of an extended transfer window this summer, we’ve taken a look at some of the potential switches and what chance the bookies are giving them.
RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner has shot to stardom in the Bundesliga, and subsequently been linked with a host of Premier League sides.
Liverpool, in particular, appear to be in prime position to pick up the hitman and are clear favourites in the market for his next club.
Jürgen Klopp’s side are odds-on 4/9 to snap up the striker this summer. Manchester United are third favourites at 6/1, with Chelsea fifth favourites at 11/1.
Bayer Leverkusen maestro Kai Havertz will be on the shopping list of a number of top teams this summer, but Premier League sides may have some chasing to do to secure his services.
At the time of writing, domestic rivals Bayern Munich are the odds on 4/6 favourites to poach another top Bundesliga talent.
However, Liverpool are the second most likely destination for the German, currently priced at 6/1.
Manchester City follow next on the list at 16/1, whilst Arsenal bring up the rear of the market at a lofty 66/1.
Once of Anfield fame, Philippe Coutinho is no stranger to the Premier League and bookies believe the midfielder is set for a move back to England.
Chelsea are the runaway favourites to sign the Bayern man at 5/4, although are odds on (5/6) with a number of firms.
A multitude of Prem teams follows next in the market, with Spurs as short as 4/1 to add Coutinho to their attacking ranks.
Marking a possible reunion with previous team Liverpool, it’s 8/1 that the Brazilian returns to Anfield.
Leicester are 9/1 for Coutinho’s next club, but the real market mover is Newcastle.
The Toon have been cut from 66/1 into as short as 6/4 to prise him away from Bayern Munich.
English starlet has been scoring and assisting for fun in the Bundesliga this season, attracting a plethora of interest from Premier League sides.
There’s one team in particular that everyone is linking him with, and Manchester United are 8/11 market leaders to bring the forward to Old Trafford.
That’s because 72% of all bets on the Dortmund man’s next club have backed the Red Devils.
Chelsea were once favourites in the market, but have since drifted out to 6/1, ahead of Barcelona (14/1).
Spurs are 25/1 to make what would be a transfer record-shattering signing, whilst Newcastle are 33/1.
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