transfers

John Stones next club odds
Premier League 15-01-2020

John Stones Next Club Betting Odds – Is the City defender off to Arsenal in January?

The transfer window is open and, naturally, the rumours are flying around like no tomorrow. One particular rumour that’s caught our eye over the last few days involves Arsenal’s interest in Manchester City defender John Stones, as has been reported by a number of sources at this point. Manchester City are set to reject any […]

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Wilfried Zaha next club odds
Betting Blog & News 13-12-2019

Wilfried Zaha Next Club Betting Odds – Club After January Transfer Window

Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha stayed at Crystal Palace during the summer transfer window, but now he looks set to be one of the biggest January transfer window stories as well. Zaha is in his second spell at Crystal Palace, after failing to make an impact when he signed for Manchester United 2013. Sir Alex […]

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Liverpool Klopp
Betting Blog & News 09-07-2019

Liverpool Transfers: Two La Liga stars on the radar including incredible Real Madrid signing

Fresh from winning the Champions League, Liverpool are in the market to strengthen their squad this summer and two La Liga players have been targeted for a sensational coup by manager Jurgan Klopp. With some squad players leaving Anfield already including Danny Ings, Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno, the Reds will be looking to strengthen […]

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Man Utd Bailly
Betting Blog & News 29-07-2016

Lesser-known Premier League signings to watch in 2016/17

There are just a few weeks to go until the new Premier League season kicks off. With this in mind, you can bet that all 20 teams have been busy in the transfer market. We all know what Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ilkay Gundogan and Sadio Mane are capable of – but what about the lesser-known signings? […]

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Betting Blog & News 18-05-2015

Is Jeremy Menez ‘the one who got away’ from Liverpool last summer?

Across last year’s summer, Brendan Rodgers and his determined Liverpool side were widely expected to push on from where they left of last season and perhaps even better their fortunes throughout the 2014/15 campaign.   The Reds were obviously forced to go about their business without a certain Luiz Suarez on board of course – […]

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