The summer transfer window for the Premier League began on July 27 and will remain open until October 5.
A domestic-only window will follow this deadline, which will allow English top-flight clubs to deal with teams in the English Football League.
September 12 will mark the return of the league, but plenty needs sorting out before then, and even though some clubs may struggle to muster the funds that they would normally spend in between campaigns, some big names may be switching clubs before the 2020-21 season begins.
There has been all kinds of speculation around Jack Grealish’s next move for many years, and that talk intensified as he registered eight goals and six assists in an impressive Premier League season.
If Aston Villa had been relegated, the Englishman surely would have left his boyhood club, but their survival means that he could in fact remain in the West Midlands.
You can bet on Grealish’s future plus that of many other top players worldwide on a number of the online sportsbooks listed on MyBettingsites.com/ca, including 888sport, who have Grealish at -250 to stay at Villa Park, with Manchester United the +300 favorites to secure his signature if he was to move.
Ivorian forward Wilfried Zaha has been carrying Crystal Palace on his back since rejoining the club permanently from Manchester United in 2015, but his patience appears to be wearing thin and Eagles boss Roy Hodgson revealed in July that the 27-year-old wants out.
A wide range of clubs, both in England and abroad, appears to be interested in signing him, with Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain, and Everton all in the mix.
You can get +500 on Paris being Zaha’s destination, while fellow European giants Juventus and Borussia Dortmund priced as +1600 and +1800 respectively.
Unlike Zaha and Grealish, West Ham’s Declan Rice is actually odds-on to leave his current team this summer.
Chelsea are as short as -160 with some sportsbooks to bring in the versatile England international in a deal that would certainly make sense for the Blues if they allow Jorginho to leave.
The Blues have already confirmed deals for Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech as they look to bolster their squad now that they are no longer serving a transfer ban.
Manchester City and Manchester United are also towards the top of the betting in the Declan Rice market, but Chelsea are clear frontrunners.
Rice is not the only England player that has been heavily backed to join Chelsea in 2020. Ben Chilwell appears to be a lock to move to west London, with one online sportsbook going as short as -2000.
Chilwell impressed at left-back for Leicester City last term, displaying an excellent ability to get forward and supply goals and assists on top of his exemplary defensive work.
Best Betting Sites for Transfers
You can find betting markets for specials such as transfers, managers, and international squads on many of the top online betting sites.
The best sportsbooks for these markets are generally those powered by Kambi, such as 888sport, LeoVegas, and various others. They are the best because you can bet on players to stay at their current club.
William Hill is also among the best betting sites not just for transfers, but for all Premier League markets.
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