You can stay up to date with all the latest transfer news, done deals and odds ahead of this summer's window with our bespoke live blog.
Monday 7th August:
In what has developed into one of this summer's most prominent transfer sagas, England captain Harry Kane is now priced at 1/1 to stay at Spurs this summer despite ongoing talks taking place between the north London side and Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
German giants Bayern are desperate to add the 30-year-old to their ranks as Thomas Tuchel's side strive to collect their 12th successive Bundesliga crown and a first Champions League trophy since 2020 in the new campaign, but Spurs are proving tricky to bargain with.
With just one year remaining on Kane's deal at Spurs and the striker seemingly unwilling to put pen to paper on a new contract at this stage, the Lilywhites could face losing their prized asset for free next summer if a deal is not struck with Bayern in this current transfer window.
Bayern are currently rated 4/5 favourites to be Kane's club on 3rd September.
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Monday 31st July:
Bayern Munich bosses are reportedly locked in talks with Tottenham chiefs to negotiate the transfer of Spurs talisman Harry Kane.
Bundesliga champions Bayern have earmarked the England captain as the perfect player to lead their line ahead of the new season, with the Bavarians having lacked a natural central striker since the departure of Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona last summer.
Kane is currently priced at 2/5 to move to Bayern, and to stay at Spurs.
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Thursday 27th July:
French champions PSG have tabled a £43m bid for Manchester United's top transfer target Rasmus Hojlund.
With the Parisians facing a fight on their hands to keep star striker Kylian Mbappe at the club amidst intense interest from Real Madrid and Al-Hilal, Luis Enrique's charges appear to have identified Atalanta striker Hojlund as a potential replacement.
PSG will face fierce competition for Hojlund's signature from Man United, however, with the 20-year-old Denmark international having been a key priority for Erik ten Hag all summer as the Red Devils seek a new number nine.
Man United remain 1/3 favourites to sign Hojlund before 3rd September, with PSG given odds of 10/3.
Wednesday 26th July:
Liverpool are in talks with Southampton to sign 19-year-old defensive midfielder Romeo Lavia.
With Reds skipper Jordan Henderson having agreed a deal to sign for Al Ettifaq and Fabinho also in talks to move to the Saudi Pro League with Al-Ittihad, Liverpool are in the market for a new holding midfielder with Jurgen Klopp reportedly an admirer of 19-year-old Lavia.
Southampton, who will be striving to return to the Premier League at the first time of asking after relegation last term, are expected to demand a fee in the region of £50m for the player they signed from Manchester City last summer.
Romeo Lavia Next Club Odds: Liverpool 2/7 favourites for Southampton man
Monday 24th July:
Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal have reportedly launched a world record €300m bid to sign Kylian Mbappe from PSG.
France international Mbappe has recently been left out of PSG's first team training sessions following disagreements with the club's hierarchy regarding his contract with the club, and Al-Hilal have now swooped in with an audacious bid to prise one of the world's best players to Saudi Arabia.
Mbappe is still also being courted by Real Madrid, who have long been linked with making a move to bring the 24-year-old to the Santiago Bernabeu.
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Bayern Munich are now in to 1/2 favourites to sign Harry Kane following reports Spurs owner Joe Lewis is keen to cash in on his prized asset this summer with just one year left on the 29-year-old's contract.
Speculation has surrounded England captain Kane's future at Spurs all summer, with the striker now priced at 7/4 to remain with Ange Postecoglou's side come the end of the transfer window.
Harry Kane Next Club Odds: Bayern Munich odds-on to sign England captain
Thursday 20th July:
Bournemouth have announced the signing of highly-rated Hungary international left-back Milos Kerkez for an undisclosed fee from AZ Alkmaar.
19-year-old Kerkez enjoyed an impressive campaign for the Eredivisie outfit last year, registering five goals and seven assists in all competitions.
The Hungarian becomes the fourth permanent signing made by the Cherries this summer, following Hamed Traore, Justin Kluivert and Romain Faivre.
Newcastle have agreed a deal in the region of £38m with Leicester City to sign winger Harvey Barnes.
Barnes, who scored 13 Premier League goals last season despite the Foxes' eventual relegation to the Championship, will provide Eddie Howe's men with added dynamism in the final third as the Magpies prepare for their first Champions League campaign in 20 years.
Leicester have now pocketed around £80m for star duo James Maddison and Harvey Barnes, with new manager Enzo Maresca likely to be supplied with a considerable transfer war chest to help get the Foxes back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
Wednesday 19th July:
Manchester City have reached an agreement to sell Riyad Mahrez to Saudi Pro League side Al Ahli for a reported €30m plus €5m in add-ons.
Mahrez, whose City contract was set to expire in 2025, has won 10 major trophies at the Etihad since signing from Leicester City in 2018.
The mercurial winger is now primed to begin a new challenge with Al Ahli, with Pep Guardiola set to lose another key member of his Treble-winning side following the departure of skipper Ilkay Gundogan to Barcelona.
Burnley have completed the signing of Switzerland forward Zeki Amdouni from Basel for an undisclosed fee.
22-year-old Amdouni netted 12 goals in the Swiss Super League last term, and finished as the joint-top scorer in the Europa Conference League with seven as Basel reached the semi-finals.
Clarets boss Vincent Kompany will be hoping his latest recruit can have a big impact in the Premier League as Burnley prepare for their first season back in the top flight after running away with the Championship title last season.
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Tuesday 18th July:
Manchester United have agreed a £47.2m deal to sign Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana.
Cameroon international Onana will replace David de Gea as United's number one after the Red Devils opted not to renew the Spaniard's contract after 12 years of service.
27-year-old Onana is already familiar with United manager Erik ten Hag, who he played under during his previous spell at Ajax.
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Monday 17th July:
Erik ten Hag's Manchester United are reportedly closing in on the signing of 27-year-old goalkeeper Andre Onana from Inter.
Cameroon international Onana is set to replace the outgoing David de Gea as United's number one after the Spaniard's 12 year stay at the club was brought to an end upon the expiry of his contract.
Onana starred as Simone Inzaghi's Inter reached the Champions League final last term, eventually succumbing 1-0 to Manchester City in the final in Istanbul, with his outstanding distribution skills central to Ten Hag's vision for United.
Friday 14th July:
Arsenal have completed the signing of Ajax defender Jurrien Timber for a reported fee of €40m plus €5m in add-ons.
The 22-year-old Dutchman's natural position is centre-back, but he also possesses the speed and agility to operate as a right full-back.
Timber will provide competition for places in Arsenal's backline as the Gunners seek to get closer to toppling Manchester City at the top of the Premier League.
Arsenal are now expected to finalise the signing of West Ham skipper Declan Rice, who they have courted since the start of the summer, in the coming days.
Thursday 13th July:
Sean Dyche's Everton have completed their first summer signing with the arrival of Ashley Young from Aston Villa on a one-year-deal.
38-year-old Young will provide experience and versatility to an Everton side who will be desperate to avoid a third consecutive relegation battle in the new Premier League season.
The former Manchester United player will likely compete for a starting berth at left-back for the Toffees alongside Ukraine international Vitalii Mykolenko.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is reportedly weighing up a lucrative move to Al Ettifaq in the Saudi Pro League, who are managed by the 33-year-old's former teammate at Anfield Steven Gerrard.
Henderson currently has two years remaining on his Liverpool contract, and the Reds would therefore likely command a significant fee for the England international.
Henderson's starting position in Jurgen Klopp's midfield appears to be under increased threat ahead of the new season following the summer arrivals of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai from Brighton and RB Leipzig respectively.
The Sunderland academy graduate will likely seek assurances from Jurgen Klopp over his gametime moving forward as he mulls over the proposition tabled by Al Ettifaq.
Wednesday 12th July:
Wilfried Zaha is given odds of 9/1 to move to any Saudi Arabian team before 3rd September following the expiration of his contract at Selhurst Park at the beginning of the month.
The Ivory Coast international remains odds-on at 4/7 to commit his future to Crystal Palace, who has he represented for the past eight years, but the forward reportedly has a number of options on the table from all over the world.
The 30-year-old's second most likely destination currently appears to be Turkey, with odds of 6/1 that he signs for any Turkish Super Lig club this summer.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool are in to 3/1 to sign Levi Colwill from Chelsea before 3rd September following his successful Under 21s Euros campaign with England.
20-year-old central defender Colwill shone whilst on loan at Brighton last term, with reports suggesting Liverpool are keen to acquire the Englishman's services to provide some left footed cover in defence.
Chelsea remain 1/4 favourites to keep Colwill, whilst Brighton are given odds of 12/1 to sign their loanee from last season.
Fulham have rejected a bid in the region of £25m from Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal for striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, with the Serbian reportedly keen on the move.
The 28-year-old is a talismanic figure at Craven Cottage, registering 14 Premier League goals last term.
Fulham boss Marco Silva will be desperate to keep hold of Mitrovic as his charges aim to build on a commendable 10th-placed finish in the top flight last season ahead of the new campaign getting underway in August.
Monday 10th July:
Tottenham knocked back Bayern Munich's first bid of £70m for their star striker, but the Germans have come back with an improved offer of £80m.
It's thought Spurs will reject that too, and Tottenham are the favourites once again to be Kane's club on 3rd September. But about to turn 30 with a year to run on his contract, will Spurs eventually yield? Or can Daniel Levy continue to rebuff attempts to sign Tottenham's captain?
Sunday 9th July:
The primary target for Manchester United in the summer was a new centre forward. Close behind that was a goalkeeper.
It's become an increasingly problematic area for the club with David de Gea on massive wages and an overly long contract, but with his deal expiring this summer, United appear close to a significant addition to the squad with Andre Onana.
The former Ajax man looks to be on the verge of reuniting with former boss Erik ten Hag in a move thought to be worth around £50m.
Wednesday 5th July:
Manchester United have announced the arrival of Mason Mount from Chelsea, and we've priced the England international up at 5/2 to notch 10 or more Premier League goals this season.
The 24-year-old has inked a five-year contract at Old Trafford, with the option of a further year, ending his long association with Chelsea, for whom he contributed 58 goals and 53 assists for across his 279 senior club appearances.
it appears as though we are edging closer to seeing Declan Rice being paraded in an Arsenal shirt following a breakthrough in discussions regarding the payment structure of the proposed £105m fee.
It is now understood that the England international, who has also been courted by Manchester City this summer, will now undertake a medical in North London at the weekend, ahead of being announced as the Gunners' record signing.
His switch, for a reported £105m fee, will smash the club's previous record of £72m, which was paid to Lille back in 2019 for Nicolas Pepe.
Tuesday 4th July:
That's the good news for Manchester United fans. The bad news is they've drifted from 1/3 to 8/11 amid reported interest from Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr, and Any Saudi Arabian Club are listed at 2/1 in the market for Onana's next club.
Monday 3rd July
Declan Rice appears set to bid farewell to boyhood club West Ham United after cutting short his holiday to undergo a medical with Arsenal.
The Gunners agreed a £105m fee with the Hammers last week with the England man set to become the second most expensive British player of all-time, behind Jude Bellingham who joined Real Madrid for £115m earlier this summer.
Details surrounding the structure of payment are still being thrashed out, but it appears that Rice is primed to undergo his medical in the next couple of days and kick the Gunners' transfer window into life.
Newcastle United have signed Italian international Sandro Tonali for an undisclosed fee on an initial five-year contract as boss Eddie Howe prepares his side for Champions league football this season.
The highly-coveted 23-year-old helped Milan capture the Serie A title in 2021/22 and was part of the side that reached the semi-finals of last season's Champions League.
"He is an exceptional talent and has the mentality, physicality and technical attributes to be a great fit for us," Howe said at his unveiling.
"At 23, Sandro already has important experience as a key player in one of Europe's top leagues and in the Champions League, as well as playing for his country."
Meanwhile, fellow European qualifiers Brighton & Hove Albion have added Anderlecht goalkeeper Bart Verbruggen to their ranks this morning for a fee of £16.3m.
The 20-year-old has signed a five-year contract and arrives on the South Coast looking to hold off the challenge of Robert Sanchez and Jason Steele and establish himself as the club's new number one.
Mason Mount has arrived at Manchester United's Carrington training base as he completes the formalities of his switch from Chelsea.
The 24-year-old is primed to become the Red Devils' first capture of the summer after the club struck a potential £60m agreement with the Londoners at the end of last week.
Friday 30th June:
It's been one of the more drawn out transfers of the summer, but Manchester United have finally reached an agreement with Chelsea regarding the sale of Mason Mount.
A deal was agreed between player and club a number of weeks ago, with the Red Devils hesitant to pay Chelsea's initial asking price, eventually agreeing a fee believed to be £55m with another £5m in add-ons.
Wednesday 28th June:
The pendulum appears to have swung Arsenal's way once again.
Arsenal had been favourites for Rice for a number of weeks until it appeared Manchester City were strengthening their efforts to sign the West Ham captain with City going odds-on at 8/11.
But having had two bids knocked back and Arsenal increasing theirs to around £105m, the Gunners are in pole position once again at 1/6.
It appears James Maddison is on his way to Tottenham, with the Leicester man expected to undergo a medical today ahead of completing a £40m move.
Newcastle were strongly linked with the midfielder, but the 26-year-old is set to make the switch to North London.
Tuesday 27th June:
As big as 20/1 earlier in the summer, Bayern Munich are now as short as 4/5 to buy Harry Kane in the transfer window.
The Bavarian giants sorely need a top-class striker, often starting Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting up front last season, and Kane would fit the bill, with reports suggesting the German champions have offered £70m for the England captain.
Should Kane be open to moving abroad, the move may well suit all parties; Tottenham don't need to sell to an English rival but avoid losing him for free next season, Kane gets near-guaranteed silverware and Bayern get the striker they desperately need.
bet365's Steve Freeth said: "A number of big clubs are jostling for the signatures of two key England players with both looking far from done deals at this early stage.
"Arsenal looked particularly close to Rice, going as short as 1/8 to sign the West Ham man before Manchester City strengthened their efforts to bolster their midfield, going odds-on at 8/11 last Friday.
"Manchester United were briefly favourites to sign Harry Kane but appear to have been put off by the asking price, with Bayern Munich now favourites.
"It could be a roller coaster of a summer for Kane and Rice."
Arsenal appear to have moved back in front of Manchester City in the race to sign Declan Rice, with the Gunners currently rated 2/5 favourites for his signature.
West Ham skipper Rice has been Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta's primary transfer target this summer, but their pursuit of the England international has become threatened by reports of City's interest.
A transfer battle between the Premier League's top two sides last season is now destined to unfold, with the North London side seemingly leading the chase at the moment.
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La Liga champions Barcelona have confirmed the signing of Ilkay Gundogan following the expiry of his contract at Manchester City.
32-year-old Germany international Gundogan captained City to a historic Treble of trophies last season, memorably netting a brace in the FA Cup Final against rivals Manchester United.
Pep Guardiola's first signing as City manager, Gundogan will leave a big hole in the Citizens' midfield, with the club reportedly close to the signing of Chelsea's Mateo Kovacic as a replacement with West Ham skipper Declan Rice also being eyed up.
Chelsea are odds-on to sign 21-year-old Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo at 4/11.
Ecuador international Caicedo was a standout for Roberto De Zerbi's Seagulls who finished sixth in the Premier League last term to secure European qualification for the first time in the club's history.
A dynamic and tenacious defensive midfielder, Caicedo could be an ideal partner for Enzo Fernandez in a new-look Chelsea midfield under incoming boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Friday 23rd June:
Manchester City have moved in to odds-on 8/11 favourites to sign Declan Rice from West Ham ahead of Mikel Arteta's Arsenal.
England international Rice has been a key transfer target for the Gunners this summer, but it seems Pep Guardiola's Citizens are set to pip them to the signing of the 24-year-old just like they did the Premier League title last term.
Tottenham appear to have moved ahead of Newcastle in the race to sign James Maddison from Leicester, with Spurs now 10/11 favourites to land the technically gifted midfielder.
The signing of Maddison would be a real coup for new Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou, who will be desperate to overhaul his squad ahead of his first campaign in charge.
The Spurs midfield appeared to lack creativity last term, and the arrival of Maddison will help provide fresh ammunition to talisman Harry Kane up front with the England captain looking increasingly likely to stay in North London.
Real Madrid have moved in to 4/9 favourites to sign French icon Kylian Mbappe from PSG.
24-year-old Mbappe had seemed destined to stay in Paris in this window, but recent comments from the striker outlining his unwillingness to sign a new contract at the Parc des Princes past next summer appear to have alerted Los Blancos.
With Mbappe not interested in penning a new deal at the Ligue 1 champions, PSG are faced with losing their prized asset for free next summer if they don't cash in now.
Reports now suggest Real Madrid are ready to capitalise on this situation and broker a big money deal to bring one of the most talented players on the planet to the Santiago Bernabeu.
Thursday 22nd June:
Newcastle United have reached an agreement with Italian giants Milan to bring midfielder Sandro Tonali to Tyneside.
23-year-old Tonali has excelled at Milan since joining from Serie B outfit Brescia in 2020, and was part of the Rossoneri side who won the Scudetto last year.
The defensive midfielder has received 14 international caps for Italy, and will provide added class and steel to a Newcastle midfield alongside Brazilian duo Bruno Guimaraes and Joelinton.
Tonali also has experience of competing in the Champions League during his time at Milan, reaching the semi-finals last year, which will be of huge benefit to Newcastle as they prepare to take part in the tournament for the first time in 20 years.
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Manchester City's Bernardo Silva is now odds-on at 4/5 to sign for any Saudi Arabian club before September 3rd.
The 28-year-old Portuguese international was a key player for the Citizens last season as Pep Guardiola's side scooped a remarkable Treble of trophies, but it now appears the technically gifted midfielder is eyeing a new challenge.
Reports suggest Silva has been offered a money-spinning contract to join the likes of Karim Benzema and N'Golo Kante in making a lucrative move from Europe to the Saudi Pro League.
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Manchester City are in to 5/4 to sign West Ham captain Declan Rice this summer with Pep Guardiola's side reported to be primed to make a move for the England international.
This development follows the news City's title rivals last year Arsenal have failed with a second bid for Rice, with the 24-year-old a key target for Gunners boss Mikel Arteta in this window.
A transfer battle between Arsenal and City therefore seems to be on the cards in the quest to land Rice, with Erik ten Hag's Manchester United also believed to be monitoring the situation.
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Wednesday 21st June:
Betting has now been suspended on Kai Havertz's next club, with the Germany international reportedly closing in on a transfer to Arsenal.
Havertz has spent the last three years at Stamford Bridge following a big-money move from Bundesliga outfit Bayer Leverkusen, but endured a difficult campaign last term as Chelsea finished 12th in the table.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta will be confident he will be able to get the best out of Havertz at the Emirates, with the skilful forward having also attracted interest from Real Madrid and Bayern Munich this summer.
Manchester United have had a second bid for Mason Mount, believed to be in the region of £50m, rejected by Chelsea.
England international Mount has emerged as a key transfer target for Erik ten Hag this summer as the Dutchman seeks to upgrade his options in midfield.
The Red Devils had hoped to seal a cut-price deal for Mount considering the 24-year-old only has one year remaining on his contract at Stamford Bridge, but the Blues are playing hardball at present.
Mount remains 1/5 to sign for Man Utd before the end of the transfer window.
Manchester City have agreed a £30m deal to sign Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic.
29-year-old Kovacic has spent the past five years at Stamford Bridge since arriving from Real Madrid, initially on loan, back in 2018.
Capped 95 times by Croatia, Kovacic was part of the Chelsea side which won the club's second Champions League title in 2021.
Kovacic will provide further competition in Treble winners Man City's midfield. with ongoing speculation surrounding the future of captain Ilkay Gundogan whose contract at the club expires this summer.
Tuesday 20th June:
Arsenal have reportedly had a second bid in the region of £90m for Declan Rice rejected by West Ham.
England international Rice has emerged as Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta's number one transfer target this summer, with Hammers chairman David Sullivan confirming the midfielder is available for the right price.
The Gunners remain 1/4 favourites to sign Rice, with Man City second favourites at 4/1.
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Chelsea have officially completed the signing of France forward Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig for a reported £52m.
Nkunku, who scored 16 goals in 25 Bundesliga matches last season, becomes new Blues boss Mauricio Pochettino's first signing as he attempts to drive Chelsea back up the Premier League table in the new season.
An academy product of PSG, Nkunku was named Bundesliga Player of the Year the season before last after registering an impressive 20 goals and 15 assists.
Arsenal are now in advanced talks with Chelsea over the signing of Germany international Kai Havertz.
The Gunners are reportedy nearing an agreement with their London rivals in the region of £60m for 24-year-old Havertz, who can play all across the frontline as well as in attacking midfield.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta will hope the acquisition of Havertz will help take his side to the next level in the new season, having finished five points behind Manchester City in second place in the Premier League last term.
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Monday 19th June:
Manchester City's Bernardo Silva has come in to to join any Saudi Arabian team this summer.
The 28-year-old Portugal international was a key part of a City side which delivered a remarkable Treble of trophies under Pep Guardiola last season, and reports now suggest he has been offered a money-spinning contract to continue his career in Saudi Arabia.
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England international defender Kyle Walker has become strongly linked with a move to Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
33-year-old Walker has just one year remaining on his contract at Treble winners Manchester City, with Bavarian giants Bayern now priced at 6/5 to be the defender's club on 3rd September 2023.
City are odds-on to keep the former Tottenham man, however, at odds of .
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Thursday 15th June:
Tottenham are reported to be interested in a raid on relegated Leicester City with a double swoop for James Maddison and Harvey Barnes.
Spurs are currently second favourites to sign Maddison at 10/3, and fourth favourites to secure Barnes' services at 4/1.
The Foxes would likely demand a sizeable transfer fee for the duo, however, with the attacking midfielders registering a combined 33 goal contributions in the Premier League between them last season.
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Manchester City have moved in to 2/1 second favourites in the race to sign Declan Rice from West Ham.
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal remain favourites for their primary summer target Rice at 2/5, but could be set to become locked in a transfer battle with their title adversaries from last season in City.
Declan Rice has emerged as one of the most sought-after players in this summer's transfer window after West Ham chairman David Sullivan confirmed their star player was available for transfer following the Hammers' Europa Conference League final victory over Fiorentina.
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England captain Harry Kane is now odds-on at 8/13 to stay at Tottenham this summer, with talk of a move to Premier League rivals Manchester United having cooled.
Erik ten Hag's Man United appear very much in the market for a new striker in this window, with Kane given odds of 6/1 to join the Red Devils, but reports suggest Man United are not willing to meet Tottenham's expected asking price of around £100m for the 29-year-old who has just one year remaining on his contract.
A move to Real Madrid has also been strongly mooted for Kane following the departure of Karim Benzema from the Santiago Bernabeu to Saudi Pro League side Al-Ittihad, with the Spurs striker priced at 6/4 to follow compatriot Jude Bellingham to the 14-time Champions League winners.
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Manchester United have reportedly had a £40m bid for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount rejected by the Stamford Bridge club.
England international Mount has emerged as a key target for Man United boss Erik ten Hag, with the 24-year-old's contract at Chelsea set to expire next summer.
It seems it will require significantly more than £40m for the Red Devils to get their man in this summer transfer window, however, with Chelsea seemingly set to play hardball with regards to his price tag.
Mount is still odds-on at 1/5 to join Man United this summer, and 4/1 to stay at Chelsea.
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Reports suggest Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is keen on a move for Chelsea forward Kai Havertz this summer.
Chelsea seem keen to balance the books in this window following a significant transfer outlay of over £500m overseen by American owner Todd Boehly since his takeover last May, with Germany international Havertz perhaps deemed a dispensable sellable asset.
Arsenal are 8/13 to add Havertz to their already impressive array of forward options ahead of the new season, with Chelsea 4/1 to retain his services.
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Wednesday 14th June:
Brighton have completed the signing of 37-year-old James Milner on a one-year-deal after his departure from Liverpool.
Former England international Milner will add experience to a youthful Brighton squad who will be competing in European competition for the first time in the club's history in the new season.
The arrival of Milner could help fill the void left by Argentine Alexis Mac Allister in midfield, with the World Cup winner having moved in the opposite direction to Anfield earlier this month.
14-time Champions League winners Real Madrid have completed the signing of Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham on a six-year-deal.
The transfer fee, believed to be in the region of £88m which could rise to £115m with add-ons, makes 19-year-old England international Bellingham the most expensive British footballer ever.
Bellingham will join ranks with Los Blancos hoping to break into a midfield already containing world-class operators such as Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni.
Tuesday 13th June:
You get the feeling that this one isn't going away in a hurry, but with Mbappe's confirmation that he doesn't want to extend his contract, nor leave in the summer, we've cut PSG to 1/4 to keep the France star beyond the summer transfer window.
The partnership formed this season by Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane would suggest that a new centre-back is the last position Manchester United needed to strengthen.
But considering Varane's injury record and age, when Serie A Defender of the Year Kim Min-jae is available to you for a relatively modest £55m, you can't turn it down.
Reports that the Old Trafford club are closing in on the South Korean has seen betting suspended on the transfer.
After missing out in 2017 and again in 2022, it looks like Real Madrid will finally get their man - the question is: will it be this year or next?
Reports suggest that PSG are unwilling to lose their star asset for free next season, meaning they'll look to cash in now, and we have Real Madrid as 8/13 favourites.
Monday 12th June:
It's not easy to look at Manchester City's treble-winning team and wonder where it could get stronger, but signing one of the top prospects in the world is one way of doing it.
Of course, there are no guarantees, but at 4/6 to sign Josko Gvardiol, City fans can get excited about seeing an even stronger side next season...
Friday 9th June:
Ilkay Gundogan has been cut to 2/7 to sign for Barcelona, with the Man City captain reportedly close to agreeing a switch to the La Liga champions upon the expiry of his contract at the Etihad this summer.
This means Germany international Gundogan is set to make his final appearance for City in tomorrow's Champions League final, with Pep Guardiola's side bidding to complete a stunning treble against Inter in Istanbul.
Gundogan has enjoyed a fantastic individual campaign for City, registering 18 goal contributions in all competitions, including a brace in the FA Cup final against Man Utd.
Thursday 8th June:
Liverpool have completed the signing of midfielder Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton on a long-term deal.
The 24-year-old Argentine World Cup winner will add dynamism and class to a Liverpool midfield which appeared a glaringly weak area last season, with the Reds' latest recruit having netted 10 Premier League goals for the Seagulls last term.
The next couple of months look primed to be busy for Liverpool in the transfer market as the Anfield club bid to return improve on last season's disappointing fifth-placed finish in the new campaign.
It promises to be the biggest transfer story of the summer and the three-horse race appears to have been whittled down to two, at least for the time being.
Real Madrid surely need an immediate replacement for Karim Benzema, and Harry Kane - at least for the short term - looks a perfect fit. But there are so many factors to consider it's near-impossible to tell where the 29-year-old will be playing his football next season.
Does he continue to chase the Premier League goal record? Does he go to Manchester United for the better - albeit by no means guaranteed - chance to win trophies? Does he go to Spain where he's unlikely to ever play against his old club and can be almost given a collection of winners' medals?
The latest reports suggest the latter is the most likely, with Real Madrid favourites for the first time at 4/5.
It was either the perfect send-off, or such a good night it's persuaded Declan Rice to stay on for at least another season at the London Stadium.
Punters suggest the latter, with Rice being backed in from 12/1 to 9/2 on the back of West Ham's Europa Conference League win on Wednesday night, though Arsenal remain hot favourites at 4/9.
Wednesday 7th June:
14-time Champions League winners Real Madrid have agreed a deal with Borussia Dortmund in the region of £88.5m for 19-year-old midfielder Jude Bellingham.
Birmingham City academy graduate Bellingham, who has already been capped 24 times by England, is widely regarded as one of the top young midfielders in Europe having registered 14 goal contributions for Dortmund in all competitions this season.
An all-action and box-to-box player with a range of attributes, Bellingham will join a Real Madrid squad already stacked with world-class midfielders including Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Aurelien Tchouameni.
Betting has been suspended on Lionel Messi's next club, with David Beckham's MLS franchise Inter Miami reportedly close to securing the services of the Argentine World Cup winner.
The 35-year-old has being courted by a number of clubs in recent weeks, most prominently Barcelona and Al-Hilal, after it was confirmed he would be departing PSG after two seasons at the Parc des Princes.
It appears Messi's mind is now set on Inter Miami, however, with the football legend the latest world star set to turn out in MLS following the likes of Beckham himself, Thierry Henry and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Tuesday 6th June:
Reports that Tottenham are set to make a move for Harry Maguire has sparked a flurry of bets on the England man moving to North London, with Tottenham now 7/2.
Steve Freeth said: "It's been one-way traffic since Ange Postecoglou was announced as Tottenham manager with every single bet on the Harry Maguire Club on 3rd September 2023 market being for Spurs."
Chelsea have made no secret of their desire to bolster their midfield ranks, and a midfield pairing of Enzo Fernandez and either of Moises Caicedo and Manuel Ugarte would be a fearsome prospect, but with Ugarte closing in on a move to PSG, the Blues appear to be redoubling their efforts for Brighton's Caicedo.
The Blues are the new favourites in the market at 11/8.
Monday 5th June:
Reports suggest South Korean centre-back Kim Min-jae could be set for a move from Serie A champions Napoli to Manchester United.
The 26-year-old defender enjoyed an outstanding debut campaign for Napoli after arriving from Fenerbahce last summer, with the Italian side winning their first Scudetto in 33 years.
Kim, who was named Serie A Defender of the Year, is 6ft 3in tall and dominant aerially, with Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag perhaps viewing the South Korean as an ideal long-term partner for Argentine Lisandro Martinez at the back.
The centre-back is currently priced at 2/5 to join Man United, and 9/2 to stay at Napoli.
Betting has been suspended on Alexis Mac Allister's next club, with the Argentine midfielder reportedly agreeing a contract to join Liverpool from Brighton.
The 24-year-old could be the first of a few midfield arrivals for the Reds this summer, with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp seeking to upgrade an ageing engine room which appeared off the pace last season.
Registering 10 goals for Brighton in the Premier League last term, Mac Allister will add quality to Liverpool's midfield as well as the energy and dynamism required to fit into Klopp's system.
Thursday 1st June:
Real Madrid have come in to 3/1 to sign Tottenham talisman Harry Kane amid reports Karim Benzema is set to depart Los Blancos.
35-year-old Benzema, the latest recipient of the prestigious Ballon d'Or award, has become increasingly linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League in recent days.
Should Benzema complete an exit from the Bernabeu, the 14-time Champions League winners will be in the market for a new number one striker to replace him, with England captain Harry Kane certainly fitting the bill.
Spurs are currently favourites at 10/11 to be Kane's club on 1st September, however, with the 29-year-old now just 47 goals behind Alan Shearer's all-time Premier League record after notching an outstanding 30 last season.
Kane could yet leave Spurs and continue his career in the Premier League, with Manchester United (7/4) and Chelsea (14/1) also in the hunt for his signature.
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Money has steadily come in over the last week or so for Mason Mount moving to Manchester United as reports have more closely linked the Chelsea man with a move to Old Trafford, and betting has now been suspended.
Reports on Thursday evening suggested that Mount has agreed personal terms with United and a move now appears imminent.
Wednesday 31st May:
PSG looked to be the front-runners for Manuel Ugarte's signature, but it appears Chelsea have made it a very tight two-horse race.
The Blues have shortened to 4/5 with PSG 10/11.
Following news that Tottenham look set to demand around £100m for Harry Kane, we've made Spurs favourites once again at 10/11.
The fee would surely price Manchester United out, leaving them to look elsewhere, with Kane presumably leaving on a free at the end of next season.
But United's top priority is a new striker with Kane believes to be the club's top target, and they can be backed to sign Kane at 5/4.
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Friday 26th May:
Chelsea could be about to say goodbye to most of their midfield in the summer, and it looks like they'll miss out on a potential reinforcement in Manuel Ugarte, with the Uruguayan seemingly close to a move to PSG.
The midfielder is arguably the best ball-winner in Europe and would add plenty of mettle to the French champions' midfield.
Manchester United are in to 10/11 favourites to sign England captain Harry Kane from Tottenham this summer.
Despite Spurs' dismal campaign which sees them currently placed eighth in the Premier League table and on the brink of missing out on any form of European football next term, 29-year-old Kane has still mustered up impressive individual numbers with 30 goals in all competitions so far.
With his Spurs contract set to expire next year, the North London side face losing their talisman on a free should they fail to tie him down to a new contract, with a number of top European clubs reportedly preparing a move.
Tottenham remain second favourites to be Kane's club on September 3rd at 6/4, with Real Madrid (8/1), Chelsea (8/1) and Bayern Munich (16/1) also in the reckoning.
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Thursday 25th May:
Newcastle are 7/2 favourites to be Harvey Barnes' club on 3rd September, with the 25-year-old's current club Leicester City on the brink of relegation from the Premier League.
Despite the Foxes' woes, Barnes has had a productive season with 12 Premier League goals, and is a winger certainly capable of proving to be an asset for a number of top flight clubs.
Dean Smith's side do still have a chance to retain their Premier League status ahead of a final day showdown with West Ham, and are currently priced at 4/1 to keep Barnes ahead of next season.
Aston Villa (6/1), West Ham (6/1) and Tottenham (7/1) are also in the reckoning as Barnes faces a defining summer.
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Erik ten Hag's Manchester United have emerged as Evens favourites to sign in demand Chelsea and England midfielder Mason Mount this summer.
24-year-old Mount, whose contract at Stamford Bridge runs out next year, has been the subject of widespread speculation following a disappointing season with Chelsea.
Man Utd currently appear the frontrunners to prise Mount away from London to add renewed dynamism to their midfield, with the Blues priced at 4/1 to retain his services.
Liverpool (4/1) and Arsenal (5/1) have also been credited with an interest in the attacking midfielder, who has been capped 36 times by England.
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Tuesday 23rd May:
Premier League champions Manchester City have been cut to 3/1 to sign West Ham and England star Declan Rice this summer.
Although Mikel Arteta's Arsenal remain odds-on favourites at 4/6 to secure Rice's services ahead of next season, it appears Man City could now also be in the running as Pep Guardiola strives to bring an unprecedented fourth consecutive Premier League title to the Etihad Stadium next term.
With the out-of-contract Ilkay Gundogan yet to commit his future to the club, and City seemingly having lost out to Real Madrid in the pursuit of Jude Bellingham, Guardiola may view Rice as an ideal new recruit in the engine room.
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Manchester United have moved in from 7/1 to 2/1 to be BrazilIan icon Neymar's club come September 3rd.
Speculation surrounding Neymar's future at PSG has ramped up following fan protests outside his home demanding the 31-year-old leave the club, but the Parisians remain favourites at 4/5 to retain his services beyond the summer.
Erik ten Hag's Man United have emerged as the frontrunners for his signature should Neymar depart PSG, but any potential transfer move may well depend on the outcome of ongoing takeover talks at Old Trafford.
Chelsea (6/1), Newcastle (10/1) and Barcelona (25/1) are also in the odds reckoning, whilst a move to any Saudi Arabian team is currently priced at 20/1.
Monday 22nd May:
Arsenal are the latest club reportedly interested in Mount's signature, prompting a cut in their odds of 20/1 into 7/2. Of course, there are political considerations to consider; would Mount, who's spent most of his life at Chelsea, willingly swap West London for North?
bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “It looks to be a big summer for Arsenal on the recruitment front, especially in the midfield department, a position that Mikel Arteta knows well and Mount to be plying his trade at the Emirates next season has been all the rage over the last few days, especially the last 24 hours.
“Previously we’ve seen support for Liverpool, Manchester United and Bayern Munich to sign the Englishman, and while the expected arrival of Mauricio Pochettino at Chelsea muddies the water even further with Mount entering his final 12 months at the Bridge.
“Declan Rice is a longstanding link and he’s currently 8/13 to be an Arsenal player on September 3rd."
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Amidst continued uncertainty surrounding his future at the Etihad Stadium, out-of-contract Manchester City skipper Ilkay Gundogan is now odds-on at 8/15 to remain at the Premier League champions ahead of the new season.
32-year-old Gundogan, who has been one of City's standout players in recent weeks as Pep Guardiola's charges sealed their third consecutive Premier League title win, has left it late to commit his future to the club having arrived from Borussia Dortmund in 2016.
La Liga winners Barcelona (13/8) have been touted as a potential alternative destination for the midfield playmaker, with former City coach Mikel Arteta also reported to be keen to bring the German international to Arsenal (6/1).
It goes without saying that the all-conquering Man City would be a difficult club to leave at present given their dominance both domestically and in Europe, and with manager Guardiola having voiced his keenness to keep Gundogan, the Citizens currently appear best placed to have the German at their disposal next year.
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Lionel Messi has moved back in to odds-on at 4/6 to complete a sensational return to Barcelona this summer.
In a transfer saga that is bound to rage on in the coming weeks, the Argentine World Cup winner has also been widely linked with a move further afield to Al-Hilal (1/1) in Saudi Arabia, who are reported to have offered the 35-year-old icon a money-spinning contract.
The latest movement in the market currently favours a return to Barcelona, however, with arguably the world's greatest ever footballer perhaps feeling he has unfinished business at the club where he won a staggering 34 major honours across 21 seasons between 2004 and 2021.
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Wednesday 17th May:
Manchester City skipper Ilkay Gundogan is odds-on at 5/6 to join Xavi's Barcelona this summer, with the German international's contract set to expire at the Etihad at the end of this season.
Midfield playmaker Gundogan has been in sterling form for treble-chasing City of late, notching four goals in his last two Premier League games, and manager Pep Guardiola has publicly stated his desire to keep the 32-year-old beyond this campaign. City are 11/10 to be Gundogan's club on 3rd September.
Arsenal are 8/1 to sign Gundogan, with former City coach Mikel Arteta rumoured to be keen to raid his old club once more after bringing in Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko last summer, with German giants Bayern Munich (14/1) and PSG (16/1) also amongst the betting.
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Ex-Liverpool icon Sadio Mane is in to 9/4 to make a shock summer switch to Chelsea after enduring a difficult first season at Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.
Senegalese forward Mane traded Anfield for Bavaria last summer after six decorated seasons with Jurgen Klopp's side, but has experienced problems on and off the field with Bayern this term.
Registering an underwhelming 12 goals in all competitions in his debut campaign in Germany, and having recently been suspended by the club following an altercation with teammate Serge Gnabry, Mane's future at the Bundesliga leaders has been cast into doubt.
Free-spending Premier League strugglers Chelsea are currently rated as Mane's most likely destination should he leave Bayern at 9/4, with PSG, Napoli and Real Madrid all priced at 8/1.
The 31-year-old is 2/1 to remain a Bayern Munich player come September.
Friday 12th May:
While Arsenal have been favourites to secure Declan Rice's signature for some time, the Gunners have been cut to 8/13 to have the West Ham man on their books on 3rd September 2023.
West Ham have managed to repel rival clubs from snatching away their star man, but are believed to have told Rice he can leave for a Champions League club should the money be right.
Arsenal, for the first time since 2016/17, will be one such club, though asking price may remain a stumbling block. The Hammers are thought to be holding out for a fee in excess of £100m, and with another year left to run on Rice's contract with the option of a second, the club aren't under huge pressure to sell.
Thursday 11th May:
Leicester City midfield maestro James Maddison is in to 2/1 to be a Newcastle player come September 3rd.
Currently embroiled in a relegation dogfight with Leicester, with the Foxes languishing in 18th place in the Premier League with just three matches remaining, 26-year-old Maddison may feel his time at the King Power Stadium has reached an end.
Signed from Norwich City for around £20m in 2018, Maddison has been a shining light in a Leicester team which has consistently competed at the top end of the Premier League table in recent seasons, and was part of the side which claimed FA Cup glory in 2021.
Things have soured for the Foxes this season, however, and it is difficult to foresee a player of the calibre of Maddison plying his trade in the Championship next season should Leicester's relegation be confirmed in the coming weeks.
Although Eddie Howe's Champions League-chasers Newcastle appear to be leading the chase for Maddison's signature at present, other Premier League sides such as Spurs (7/2) and Liverpool (8/1) are also in the frame.
The goalscoring midfielder is priced at 7/2 to continue his journey with Leicester beyond this season.
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Wednesday 10th May:
Free-spending Chelsea are now 7/4 to be Nigerian Napoli scoring sensation Victor Osimhen's club on 3rd September 2023.
24-year-old Osimhen, who has notched 28 goals in all competitions for Napoli this season as Luciano Spalletti's side collected the club's first Scudetto since the days of Diego Maradona way back in 1990, may be viewed as the ideal solution to Chelsea's current striking crisis.
With the Blues having endured a torrid season in the Premier League, languishing down in 11th place in the table, a lack of a recognised and consistent striker has become increasingly conspicuous as the campaign has wore on.
Chelsea will not be the only English club to be in the market for a high-profile striker in the summer, with Erik ten Hag's Manchester United given odds of 11/2 to land Osimhen.
No doubt eager to defend their Scudetto title and make a further dent in the Champions League next season, Napoli will be desperate to retain the services of Osimhen, with the Italian side priced at 1/1 to keep their star striker.
Tuesday 9th May:
Lionel Messi is now 8/13 to be an Al-Hilal player on 3rd September 2023, following reports the Saudi Pro League side are prepared to offer the Argentine a money-spinning contract to prise the 35-year-old to the Middle East.
The World Cup winner is out of contract with current club PSG this summer, and after a breakdown in relationship with the club's hierarchy, he is set for the exit door at the Parc des Princes this summer.
This has led to widespread speculation that the football legend would make a sensational return to former club Barcelona, at whom he won a record 34 trophies and seven Ballon d'Or awards over 21 years, but Saudi side Al-Hilal now appear to be the clear frontrunners for his signature.
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Monday 8th May:
Argentine World Cup winner Lionel Messi is in to 6/5 to be an Al Hilal player come September 3rd.
PSG star Messi has become increasingly linked with a return to former club Barcelona following the decision of the Paris club to suspend him following an unauthorised visit to Saudi Arabia, but reports are now suggesting he could be set to move further afield.
A switch to the Saudi Pro League would see Messi rekindle his rivalry with old nemesis Cristiano Ronaldo, with the Portuguese icon currently plying his trade at Al-Nassr.
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After another difficult season at Old Trafford for Manchester United captain Harry Maguire, the 30-year-old England international could be heading for the exit door this summer.
Maguire's game time at United has become more and more limited as this season has progressed, to the extent that both Victor Lindelof and Luke Shaw have been preferred at the heart of the Red Devils' defence following the injuries suffered by first choice pairing Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez.
There is yet to be any credible suggestions the ex-Leicester City man will be moving on at the end of this campaign, however, with Man United currently favourites at 7/4 to be Maguire's next club on 3rd September 2023.
Should United take the decision to allow Maguire to leave, there is likely to be a number of interested parties considering his level of Premier League and international experience.
Unai Emery's Aston Villa are currently second favourites for his signature at 4/1, with Eddie Howe's Newcastle United 6/1 and former club Leicester City priced at 9/1.
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Friday 5th May:
Following the news Lionel Messi will be departing PSG at the end of his contract this summer, reports suggest fellow superstar Neymar Jr could be next in line for the exit door at the Parc des Princes.
The relationship between the Brazil international and the Parisian club's hierarchy appears at an all-time low, with an angry group of PSG supporters pictured outside the forward's home demanding his departure.
As of yet Neymar himself has made no concrete indication he wishes to leave PSG, with the Ligue 1 leaders the favourites at 2/5 to be the South American's club on 3rd September 2023, but it is clear all is not well for the 30-year-old in Paris at present.
Should he decide to move on, Premier League pair Manchester United (6/1) and Chelsea (7/1) are currently the most fancied clubs to sign Neymar, whilst a sensational return to his old club Barcelona is given odds of 16/1.
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With Premier League basement dwellers Southampton appearing destined to be relegated to the Championship, captain James Ward-Prowse's future appears uncertain.
The free-kick specialist, just one direct free kick goal away from breaking David Beckham's record total of 18 in the Premier League, is likely to attract a number of top flight suitors at the end of this campaign.
Eddie Howe's Newcastle United are currently favourites at 11/4 to be Ward-Prowse's club on 3rd September 2023, with Spurs (5/1), Aston Villa (6/1) and West Ham (8/1) all also backed to be amongst the reckoning for his signature.
The Saints skipper may yet decide to stay on at St Mary's and help guide the club back to the Premier League, however, with Southampton currently second-favourites at 3/1 to be Ward-Prowse come September 3rd.
Thursday 4th May:
Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister is now in to 1/2 to be a Liverpool player on September 3rd 2023.
Following the news the Anfield club have pulled out of the race to sign long-term target Jude Bellingham, with the Dortmund star now set for a move to Real Madrid, Jurgen Klopp will now be considering alternatives to bolster his midfield and 24-year-old Mac Allister certainly fits the bill.
A standout player as Argentina lifted the World Cup in Qatar in December, Mac Allister has also shone domestically this season as Brighton's joint-top goalscorer in all competitions alongside Kaoru Mitoma with 10.
Technically adept and capable of controlling the tempo of matches in midfield, Mac Allister also has boundless energy which was evident during his breakout World Cup campaign with Argentina, with this dynamism likely to appeal to Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp who is famed for his high intensity counter-pressing philosophy.
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Wednesday 3rd May:
Spanish giants Real Madrid are closing in on a sensational move for coveted Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham.
Reports suggest negotiations between Los Blancos and the Bundesliga club are at an advanced stage, with personal terms for the 19-year-old almost complete.
Bellingham, already capped 24 times by England, will join two of the other most promising young midfielders in world football in the form of Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni at the Santiago Bernabeu, with legendary playmakers Luka Modric and Toni Kroos coming towards the end of their careers.
The Birmingham City academy graduate will become just the sixth Englishman to represent Real Madrid should the transfer go through, following in the footsteps of the likes of Steve McManaman, David Beckham and Michael Owen.
Football icon Lionel Messi is in to 4/7 to make a dramatic return to Barcelona this summer after PSG disciplined the Argentine for an unauthorised trip to Saudi Arabia.
With Messi's relationship with the Parisian club now appearing increasingly fractious, his odds to make the move to the Saudi Pro League with Al Hilal Riyadh have also shortened to 5/2, in a switch which would see the 35-year-old compete against his old nemesis Cristiano Ronaldo at Al-Nassr.
The World Cup winner is priced at 6/1 to settle his differences with PSG and sign a new contract with the Ligue 1 leaders, whilst another move further afield to David Beckham-backed Inter Miami in the MLS is given odds of 8/1.
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Monday 1st May:
Whilst Lionel Messi becomes increasingly linked with a dramatic return to Barcelona, fellow South American Roberto Firmino could be set to join him.
Messi, who won four Champions Leagues, 10 La Liga titles and seven Ballon d'Or awards during his 21 years at the Catalan club, is now 2/5 to be back at Barcelona come 3rd September.
It has has already been announced that Brazilian Firmino will end his decorated eight-year association with Liverpool this summer, with Xavi's side the latest favourites for his signature at 5/4.
The signings of Messi and Firmino could help the La Liga champions elect make a greater dent in Europe next term, with Barcelona having last won the Champions League back in 2015.
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Friday 28th April:
Brighton have agreed a club-record deal to sign 21-year-old Brazilian forward Joao Pedro from Watford this summer.
Pedro, who has scored 11 Championship goals for the Hornets this season, will add competition in attack for Brighton next term alongside the likes of Danny Welbeck, Evan Ferguson and Deniz Undav.
A versatile attacker capable of both leading the line himself and playing in behind a striker, Pedro is a player with huge potential. The Brighton hierarchy may just view Pedro as a player with high resale value, especially under the auspices of manager Roberto De Zerbi who has a great knack for developing talent.
Pedro could be playing European football for Brighton next season, with the eighth-placed Seagulls still firmly in the hunt for a place in the Premier League's top seven with eight matches remaining.
Wednesday 26th April:
The race for in-demand Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount's signature this summer has taken a fresh twist, with Manchester United's odds to be the 24-year-old's club on the 3rd September coming in from 16/1 to just 3/1.
Out of contract at the end of next season, Mount has been widely linked with a move away from Chelsea having endured a disappointing campaign at Stamford Bridge this term.
Despite the movement in Man United's odds, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool are the favourites at 11/8 to have Mount at their disposal on 3rd September, whilst Chelsea are priced at 9/4, with the club's bosses still keen to persuade their academy graduate to put pen to paper on a new contract in west London.
Tuesday 25th April:
He's sure to be one of the most talked-about players of the summer, and while his future remains up in the air, we've cut his price on being a Chelsea player on 3rd September from 20/1 to 6/1.
There have been a number of controversial moves in the Premier League era - Sol Campbell joining Arsenal, Robin van Persie joining Manchester United, Ashley Cole joining Chelsea - and Harry Kane moving from North to West London would be right up there.
There are plenty of pros and cons for the move. Chelsea desperately need a striker, especially if they're to make another charge for the top four. Money shouldn't be an object, as long as the Blues can navigate the Premier League's financial rules, and Kane's contract only has a year to run. They also look set to employ Kane's former boss in Mauricio Pochettino.
The negatives are obvious; aside from Kane turning down immediate Champions League football with Manchester United or Bayern Munich, he'd be joining a huge rival which would undoubtedly tarnish his reputation at Tottenham if not destroy it completely.
Monday 24th April:
Another player whose contract is set to expire next summer, speculation surrounding Spurs talisman Harry Kane's future is starting to ramp up as the 29-year-old ponders a defining next career move.
Still inexplicably in search of his first major honour as a professional player, having spent his entire senior career at Spurs, many feel this summer could be the perfect time for one of Europe's deadliest strikers to move on to pastures new.
Still very much at the peak of his powers, behind only Erling Haaland in the Premier League scoring charts this season on 24 goals, England captain Kane will undoubtedly have plenty suitors in this summer's window.
Erik ten Hag's Manchester United are the current frontrunners for his signature should Kane decide to leave Spurs, with United now priced at 11/8 to be his club on 3rd September 2023.
Spurs remain favourites to be Kane's club come September 3rd, however, with odds of 6/5.
Enduring a disappointing individual campaign in what has been a hectic year for Chelsea following American Todd Boehly's takeover of the club, Mason Mount has registered just three goals and two assists for the Blues in the Premier League this season.
England international Mount was a key figure under former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel, playing a prominent role as the London club sealed their second Champions League title in 2021, but his progress at Stamford Bridge has undoubtedly stalled this term.
Despite reports Mason Mount looked destined to move on from Stamford Bridge this summer, Chelsea are 6/5 favourites to be the 24-year-old's club come 1st September.
With his contract at Chelsea running out next summer, the academy graduate may also be tempted to kickstart his career elsewhere, with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool currently priced at 6/4 to be his club come September 3rd 2023.
Tuesday 18th April:
Almost two years on from his emotional exit from Barcelona, could the World Cup-winning Lionel Messi be set for a sensational return to Catalonia this summer?
Reports of this potential move are gathering momentum with the Argentine icon yet to declare his future with current club PSG, with his contract due to expire at the Ligue 1 leaders this summer.
Messi is currently odds-on at 8/11 to make the switch back to Barcelona, with a price of 7/4 to remain at the Parisiens.
Although Messi’s exploits at the World Cup in Qatar displayed his ability to continue to shine at the highest level of the European game, he has reportedly also attracted suitors from further afield in the form of Inter Miami (8/1) and Al Hilal Riyadh (12/1).
After eight memorable years at Anfield in which he was crowned both a Champions League winner and Premier League champion, Roberto Firmino will depart Liverpool at the end of his contract this summer.
Speculation is now starting to mount with regards to the Brazil international’s next club, with a move to Serie A appearing most likely at present.
Jose Mourinho’s Roma (2/1) are currently favourites for his signature, but they may face competition from Italian counterparts Napoli (4/1) and Inter Milan (6/1).
Brighton face a summer battle to keep World Cup-winning midfielder Alexis Mac Allister on their books, with the 24-year-old reportedly hot on the radar of a host of Premier League clubs.
Mac Allister was one of Argentina’s key players as La Albiceleste sensationally claimed their first World Cup title since the days of the great Diego Maradona in 1986, with the former Boca Juniors playmaker a standout performer in the final victory against France.
The South American has also impressed for Brighton in the Premier League this term, registering eight goals so far, with his combination of impeccable technical quality and boundless energy likely to entice high-profile suitors elsewhere in England.
Wednesday 12th April:
Reports suggest Liverpool are out of the running to prise in-demand teenager Jude Bellingham away from Borussia Dortmund this summer, with the Reds seemingly unable to meet the German side's £100m+ valuation for the England international.
By all accounts a long-term target of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, who is likely keen to add fresh legs to an ageing midfield featuring the likes of Jordan Henderson, James Milner and Thiago at the end of this term, Bellingham has enjoyed an outstanding campaign for Dortmund who currently trail Bayern Munich by just two points at the top of the Bundesliga.
Liverpool's absence from the inevitable bidding war for the ex-Birmingham City academy graduate sees Pep Guardiola's Manchester City (7/4) and La Liga giants Real Madrid (4/1) emerge as the major frontrunners for the 19-year-old's signature this summer.
Friday 31st March:
Having fired 25 goals in 29 games in all competitions as Napoli have soared to the top of Serie A and through to the quarter-finals of the Champions League, Victor Osimhen has emerged as one of the most exciting strikers in European football.
As part of a deadly forward duo for Luciano Spalletti's men alongside Georgian sensation Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, the 24-year-old Nigeria international is a complete striker who provides both an imposing focal point in attack and devastating threat on the counter-attack.
With Manchester United conspicuously lacking a top-class striker in their ranks at present, the Red Devils are currently priced at 11/2 to be Osimhen's club on September 3rd 2023.
Ever since breaking onto the scene at West Ham back in 2017, Declan Rice has been regarded as one of the finest talents in English football.
Amassing 41 England caps to date, Rice has developed into an outstanding all-round midfielder for the Hammers under the stewardship of David Moyes.
With just one year remaining on his West Ham contract, the club's hierarchy may be inclined to cash in on their prized asset should a suitable offer arrive this summer.
As a potential future England captain, the 24-year-old won't come cheap, but that is unlikely to put off some of the biggest clubs in the country making a move for a player whose drive and enthusiasm would be welcome in many a dressing room.
Title-chasing Arsenal are currently the favourites at 6/4 to be Rice's club on September 3rd 2023.
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