Betting on Premier League Summer Window – Which Players Are Likely to Move?

The summer transfer window is right around the corner, and it is one of the most exciting times of the year for football fans. With the Premier League being one of the world’s wealthiest and most competitive football leagues, there is always a lot of speculation about which players will be on the move during the window. 

This year’s transfer window is shaping up to be no different, with several high-profile players linked with moves to and away from the Premier League clubs. From young stars looking to make their mark to seasoned veterans seeking a fresh challenge, plenty of players could switch clubs in the upcoming months. 

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the players who are most likely to move and which clubs could be their potential destinations. 


Neymar - 1/5

Earlier this year, Neymar hoped to stay at PSG this summer, but now things have changed. According to many sources, Neymar might now be on his way out of the French giants, and it seems PSG has no intention of standing in his way. Many believe that, after all, Neymar will stay at PSG or move back to Barcelona. But a couple of sources have stated that Neymar would want to join a Premier League club before next season. Chelsea and Manchester United have been amongst the clubs rumoured to be after the Brazilian star, but both deals look unlikely. 

Kim Min-Jae - 4/5 

The South Korean international has made his final breakthrough in Europe and has had a very remarkable first campaign in Serie A. Kim has been an integral player for Luciano Spalletti’s side, who clinched Napoli’s first Scudetto in 33 years. While being one of the most-talked centre-backs in the world, Kim also has a reasonable release clause of 53m. There have been plenty of rumours about Manchester United and Newcastle being after his signature. 

Paulo Dybala - 2/5 

The Argentinian forward moved to AS Roma last summer and might already be on his way to a new club. The 29-year-old has been one of the best players in the Roma squad this season and might seek new challenges during the summer window. Ever since the rumours about Dybala’s unique release clause came to the public, Tottenham has been targeting him more than ever. There is still a higher chance that Dybala will move to another Italian club, which is why it’s not likely that he’ll move to the Premier League next summer. 

Joao Felix - 4/5 

Even though the whole Chelsea squad has been underperforming throughout the season, Felix has had a good impact on the team ever since he joined them on loan during the January window. In 13 Premier League appearances, Felix has scored three goals, and his overall gameplay has looked more than impressive. It’s likely that either Chelsea will sign Felix on a permanent contract or a club like Arsenal will snatch him before the deal with Chelsea happens. 

Teemu Pukki - 3/5 

The Finnish veteran forward has already played his last game in the Canaries kit and will part ways with the club at the end of the season. There have been rumours about Pukki joining nearly every league in the world, but according to Finnish gambling experts from, he’ll most likely stay in the UK. From the Premier League clubs, at least Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest have shown interest in signing the 33-year-old Finn. 


Anthony Martial - 1/5 

The French ex-wonderkid has never lived up to the hype but has had plenty of good performances throughout his United career. Martial has been struggling a lot with injuries in the past few seasons, and it’s been a long time since he last played more than ten games in a row while being fully fit. Now it looks like Manchester United is going to bolster their attacking options, which might end up with Martial moving away from the club. At least Juventus and Monaco have been after his signature, but we predict him to stay at United as a backup option. 

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 5/5 

Many didn’t understand why Aubameyang moved to Chelsea last summer, and he hasn’t been able to change people’s minds. That is a season to forget for Aubameyang, and he’ll most likely move away from London’s blue side during the summer window. Plenty of rumours say that Chelsea will let Aubameyang leave without a fee just to get his wages away from their books. Some sources have re-connected Aubameyang with Barcelona, and the other ones with Dortmund. After all, one thing seems to be sure. Aubameyang will leave the club during the summer transfer window. 

Mateo Kovacic - 4/5 

The 29-year-old Croatian midfielder has played in many top teams throughout his career. Now he plays for Chelsea, which signed him four years ago. Kovacic has had plenty of good performances in the Chelsea kit but has also struggled with injury problems. He will run out of contract at the end of next season, and now he is likely to move away from Chelsea. Inside the Premier League, Kovacic has admirers from both Manchester City and United. Still, it’s more likely that Kovacic will transfer abroad since Bayern Munich has already been in contact with him. 

Folarin Balogun - 3/5 

This season, Folarin Balogun has made his breakthrough while being on loan at Stade Reims. He is one of the top goalscorers of the Ligue 1 and has scored 19 goals across all competitions. When his loan with Stade Reims ends at the end of June, he will return to Arsenal. But after a successful spell in the French league, he might not want to return to be a backup and might want to seek greener pastures. He has plenty of admirers in the Premier League, but he’s more likely to head to Italy, where AC Milan has been targeting him throughout the season. 

David De Gea - 2/5 

The legendary Spanish keeper has spent over ten years with United, and it looks like his time is coming to an end at the club. Even though De Gea might already be past his prime, he still has a decent shot-stopper in him that could be a worthy feature to have in some other league. There have been rumours about De Gea getting a new contract and staying at United, but according to most sources, he might head back to Spain. Atletico Madrid has been one of the teams interested in him because their first-choice keeper Oblak might get sold during the summer.

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