Transfer Odds: Five Premier League transfer rumours you might have missed

Transfer Odds: Five Premier League transfer rumours you might have missed

With the likes of Christian Eriksen, Raphinha and Raheem Sterling dominating transfer talk in recent weeks, we look at the odds for five Premier League rumours you might have missed.

Neymar 

A player who divides fans for so many reasons, it is unquestionable that Neymar is one of the most naturally gifted footballers on the planet. With attitude and ego problems noted in the press, PSG may be looking to put an end to their time with the Brazilian superstar. 

There are few clubs with the calibre and financial ability to sign the tricky playmaker, reducing his list of possible destinations. His former club, Barcelona (best price 14/1), have been tipped to re-sign him but will likely struggle to do so given the financial ruin the club has suffered from COVID-19. 

The most likely destination should he leave PSG is Chelsea. With new ambitious owners and odds falling from 8/1 to as low as 3/1 this past week, the possibility of the London club signing the Brazilian could be more realistic then many first thought. 

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Dwight McNeil 

Following the disappointment of relegation, Dwight McNeil looks set for a return to the Premier League this season with numerous clubs battling it out for his signature. The talented 22-year-old winger caught the eye of many clubs over the last few seasons and has presented an opportunity for teams who think they can get him on the cheap. 

With Everton and West Ham frontrunners both on 4/1, McNeil has got the pick of the bunch this summer and is taking his time to weigh up his options before the season starts in August. Championship winners Fulham (7/1) have emerged as another possible destination while Leeds (14/1) are rumoured to be exploring the possibility of signing him as a replacement for Raphinha. 

Nathan Ake 

The Dutch international has had a somewhat difficult spell at Manchester City since signing from Bournemouth two years ago. The left sided centre-back has drawn interest from a number of clubs, including his former club Chelsea (4/7 Favourites)

Thomas Tuchel is looking to bolster his defensive ranks following the loss of Antonio Rudiger to Real Madrid and the pending transfer of Andreas Christensen to Barcelona. He sees Ake as the perfect fit for the left side of his back three and is rumoured to be weighing up a bid. 

Other clubs to have expressed an interest are Newcastle (best price 16/1) and Tottenham (22/1), both of which look increasingly unlikely following the £35 million deal for Sven Botman to St James’ Park and the rumoured loan agreement between Barcelona and Tottenham for Clement Lenglet. 

Armando Broja

Impressing many while on loan at Southampton last season, Broja comes into pre-season hoping to fill the gap left at Chelsea by Romelu Lukaku’s departure, just one year after signing for £100 million. 
If he doesn’t impress, however, and doesn’t feature in Tuchel’s plans this season, there are multiple clubs ready to snap him up. 

His club from last season, Southampton (16/1), are keen but look to have an outside chance this window as several European clubs are said to be sniffing around. Both West Ham (11/8 favourites) and Arsenal (14/1) are looking to bolster their attacks, with Arsenal the less likely destination due to the imminent big money signing of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City. 

Newcastle (9/2) have also expressed an interest but are rumoured to favour a move for Reims forward Hugo Ekitike, who would cost north of £40 million. If they fail to get their first choice, they may turn to Broja as an alternative. 

Djed Spence 

After a standout year with, topped off with a Championship play-off win, there is no surprise that Djed Spence has been tipped for a Premier League move this summer. 

After spending the season on loan with Nottingham Forest, the speedy full-back has a host of admirers to pick choose from. Tottenham are by far the clear favourites (1/10) but have apparently stalled in negotiations recently, haggling over the £20million fee that Middlesbrough are after. 

This delay could open the door for their North London rivals to sneak in. With the right-back position a priority for Arsenal this year, the Gunners could swoop in and pinch Spence from right under their noses. Dropping from 20/1 two weeks ago to 7/1, this looks like a very plausible situation and one to keep an eye on. 

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