Winter transfer window ends with some surprise moves, but the clubs like Arsenal and Liverpool have not stopped their search, they have started their search for next transfer window which opens in the start of next season. Top Premier League clubs including Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are keeping tabs on top players for the summer window and these winter odds could continue in the summer window.
Lets look how were the odd for some top players and where would be these players going in the summer.
Leicester City star player Riyad Mahrez has been linked with several clubs including Arsenal and Liverpool. The winter odds as per SkyBet were high for the Moroccan’s move to Arsenal but it did not happen, now it is believed that he could be on his way out to either Tottenham or Chelsea as Arsenal signed few top players in the winter including surprise move of Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Manchester United and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Dortmund.
Tottenham Hotspur full-back Danny Rose was also on the list in several betfair promotions but he could not make a move. The Englishman has been struggling with back to back injury problems. He could still be having a chance to join Manchester United as per betting media as the Red Devils are struggling with left-back problems.
Liverpool striker Danny Ings was highly suggested to move to West Bromwich Albion but the move did not happen instead of him Daniel Sturridge joined them on loan for the remainder of the season last month with an aim to get a call for England squad for the World Cup which will held in Russia in the summer. Ings could be going to West Brom in the summer considering Sturridge departure if he fails to perform.
Everton highly rated midfielder Ross Barkley was on Chelsea’s radar for the past several months, it was reported that the midfielder will join the Blues in the last summer window but nothing happened and then the Betting highly suggested his move last month. It remains a question where will he go next after struggling at Goodison Park.