Which England internationals could be set for a blockbuster Premier League move in 2023?
Although a record-breaking January transfer window might have only just slammed shut, we’re already expecting what could be another remarkable flurry from England’s elite this summer.
While England might have come under some scrutiny over the winter as they could only clinch a quarter-final finish at the 2022 Qatar World Cup, it is no secret that a number of Gareth Southgate’s stars have plenty of speculation surrounding their long-term futures.
With the likes of Raheem Sterling making his own blockbuster Premier League switch last year, Southgate’s squad could be set for a real domestic reshuffle ahead of the 2023/24 campaign.
On a list that includes four heavyweight England internationals, we have taken a glance at which Three Lions superstars could be on the move when the window reopens.
Declan Rice Expected to Leave West Ham this Summer
While West Ham might have managed to keep hold of Declan Rice during the January transfer window, it appears almost certain that their midfield talisman will be leaving the London Stadium in 2023.
Although the Hammers might be enduring a rather public Premier League struggle this season, Rice has remained a standout performer and it is no secret the one-time Chelsea schoolboy has a string of top-flight admirers.
Stating while away with England at last winter’s World Cup that he is desperate to play Champions League football, David Moyes’ side has accepted that it will be next to impossible to keep hold of the 24-year-old this summer.
With Arsenal priced as a standout pick at 9/4 with one of the new bookies offers to clinch Rice’s signature this year, the likes of Manchester United are also reported to be a long-term admirers of the England ace.
Becoming one of the Premier League’s most sort after midfield talents and now in possession of West Ham’s captain’s armband, it could take a record-breaking bid to snatch Rice from east London.
Declan Rice Next Club Odds
- Arsenal – 9/4
- Manchester United – 6/1
- Liverpool – 7/1
- Chelsea – 7/1
- Manchester City – 8/1
- Newcastle – 10/1
- Tottenham – 10/1
Mason Mount to solve Liverpool’s midfield problems?
While Mason Mount might have continued to feature since Graham Potter took charge at Stamford Bridge back in September, Chelsea’s homegrown superstar could be inching towards a blockbuster exit.
However, despite reaching the halfway point of this season’s campaign with just three Premier League strikes to his name, Mount appears at a real standoff with the former European champions in regards to a new deal.
With it reported on February 6th that the England international has rejected yet another extension for his boyhood club, the 24-year-old is rumoured to be growing more frustrated by the week in west London.
Watching Chelsea break the bank during the January transfer window as they recruited the likes of Enzo Fernandez in a deal worth £105million, the Blues could be preparing for life after Mount in 2023.
With no signs of a compromise on the horizon and now with just 18 months left on his current contract, it has been suggested that Liverpool are keen on snapping up the 36-cap international.
Will Aston Villa Actually sign Harry Maguire?
Although Harry Maguire might still find himself as a mainstay in Southgate’s England squad, the Manchester United defender is enduring a real Premier League nightmare at Old Trafford.
Watching the likes of World Cup winner Lisandro Martinez make an immediate impact since arriving in England’s top-flight last summer, Maguire has continued to freefall his way down Erik ten Hag’s defensive pecking order.
Struggling to find any real fluidity since making the move from Leicester in 2019 for a fee of £80million, it looks set that the 29-year-old will be on his way out of the Old Trafford exit this year.
However, while United might have accepted that they will have to take a major loss if they’re to move Maguire on this summer, the 53-cap international shouldn’t be short of options in 2023.
Although the likes of West Ham might have been keen on a potential swoop during the January transfer window, it is Aston Villa who find themselves priced at 3/1 and leading the chase to snap up Maguire’s signature when the window reopens.
Pickford to Leave Everton?
While Everton might find themselves at the heart of yet another Premier League relegation scrap this season, Jordan Pickford has certainly remained a man in demand.
Continuing to cement his spot as Southgate’s number-one choice between the sticks, Pickford undoubtedly has a crucial role to play if Sean Dyche’s new squad are to maintain their top-flight status come May.
Nevertheless, while Everton might have managed to keep hold of the 28-year-old during the January transfer window, the Blues are dealing with a string of financial issues and could be tempted to cash in on the 50-cap international.
With just 18 months left on his current deal at Goodison Park, it has been suggested over recent months that both London giants Chelsea and Tottenham are weighing up a potential move in 2023.
However, with plenty of admirers at Old Trafford and tipped as a long-term replacement for David de Gea, Manchester United have been installed at 4/1 and are seen as the leading contender to snap up Pickford this summer.
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