THE countdown to the end of the Summer Transfer Window has started and it's shaping up to be one of the most intriguing in recent years.

With a raft of new managers embarking on their first season in charge at clubs up and down the country there are the inevitable new faces that come with a new regime. The riches of the Premier League mean no player is out of reach and it looks like plenty of big-money deals have still to be done.

Ladbrokes have asked me to pick out some of the potential moves that could yet happen this summer and I've duly obliged with seven players who could be gracing pastures new in the 2016-17 season. I've spoken to agents, former players and those “in the know” to help me with my predictions which include possible moves for Joe Allen, Juan Mata, Julian Draxler and Argentine striker Lucas Alario.

You can read my thoughts over at

In the meantime post your rumours and inside info below and let us know if there are any odds available on the transfers that you predict will happen. If you require a new sportsbook for placing your summer transfer bets then I suggest Lapalingo Sportwetten.

  1. kyle b 4 years ago

    Skybet is great for a small punt on there transfer specials, mainly because they also price up the chances of the particular player remaining at that football club as well. I do have a preference for having a small bet for the players to stay at there respective clubs during the summer months. I put a few quid on Paul Pogba to stay at Juventus a few weeks back when the price hit 9/2 when united were massive odds on favs to sign him and Real Madrid were still in the race but I fully expected them to drop out due to financial difficulties amid talks of a world record fee. According to rumours, Pogba wanted the move to Madrid to be united with Zidane, im unsure whether Pogba would actually want to return to the club (Man United) after leaving on bad terms and not being given what he wanted.

    Currently, I think Gonzalo Higuain may be worth a few quid to stay at Napoli at 13/8 with Napoli adamant that he will not be sold for less than his release clause ( Around £75million), I cant imagine any side would be prepared to pay that given he is 28 years old. I remember the club put up a similar stance upon Edinson Cavani a few years back before PSG got there big fat cheque book out and purchased his rights for around £52 million. Since then, transfer fees have gone wild though and I cant see any potential suitor stumping up outrageous money for Gonzalo Higuain.

  2. craigyboy 4 years ago

    It is an interesting market Sky Bet have going on. If you’d have had a £10 rolling bet for every transfer window for Berahino to stay at West Brom you’d be a multi-millionaire by now.
    Probably won’t be backing any of these but a few potential bets I would be tempted by:
    8/1 for Berahino to stay and with a potential new investor in at The Hawthorns it might be worth a dabble.
    I see Yaya Toure is 20/1 to move to any MLS club. Don’t think Pep will be keen to see him stay and I can imagine Yaya going to where the money is.

    • Mr Fixit 4 years ago

      craigyboy, interesting re Berahino.
      If Yaya goes where the money is that will be China though.

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