The European football season is nearing its end as league champions are being crowned and both the Champions League and Europa League are preparing for their finals. As the competitions come to an end, the transfer rumour mill is getting ratcheted up. Betting on sports at coral gives you plenty of exciting markets, including transfers, to wager on. Which players will move and where will they end up next term?
Of course, most of the transfer rumours each year are just speculation. With the World Cup on the horizon, however, clubs could be influenced to buy or sale based on a player’s performance.
Football transfers – Which potential moves could happen?
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has scored 41 goals this term in all competitions. His brilliant form has him linked to Real Madrid despite only joining Liverpool last July. Salah has shown he is a big-time player, and Madrid could see the winger as Cristiano Ronaldo’s replacement when the Portuguese finally leaves. More immediately, Salah could replace Madrid’s Gareth Bale, who seems to be injured and unfit more often than he is healthy.
Rather than one player, it looks like Tottenham Hotspur are interested in moving on several key players. Manager Mauricio Pochettino could clear out several stars this summer. Toby Alderweireld and Danny Rose are expected to leave as the two want a salary increase that won’t occur at Tottenham. In addition, Victor Wanyama and Moussa Dembele could be on their way to China in massive deals.
Jean Michel Seri
Jean Michel Seri has been on the radar of big clubs for nearly a year. The Nice midfielder is being tracked by Chelsea, Arsenal and Barcelona, and it is expected that the French club will cash-in on the player in the offseason. Seri is valued at around £30 million.
Chelsea full-back Marco Alonso is attracting plenty of attention. Since arriving at Chelsea in the summer of 2016, Alonso has been transformed into one of the best defenders in the world. Both Real Madrid and Barcelona want to sign the Spaniard. According to reports from Spain, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi has personally told the club’s hierarchy to sign Alonso this summer.
Once highly desired by Real Madrid, Gareth Bale has stuttered in his career over the last two seasons. Injuries haven’t helped the oft-injured forward, but neither has the development of other players in the Real Madrid team. Manchester United have long been linked with Bale. However, with Bale’s injury record and the Red Devils already having capable young wingers, it doesn’t seem wise to sign the Madrid man. Perhaps the Welshman could be swapped to Liverpool in exchange for Salah? Madrid haven’t ruled out selling Bale, and he doesn’t look to be figured into Zinedine Zidane’s first team plans.
Paul Pogba has had problems fitting into Jose Mourinho’s tactics. He isn’t the only player at Manchester United to have the problem, but he is the highest profile one to clash with the manager. Pogba is being linked with a move away, which could make him one of the most expensive players in the world, again. It is doubtful he will leave, but Real Madrid or another mega club could stump up the cash.