Premier League Top Clubs: Transfer Rumors
As another transfer window approaches, newspapers start what can be described as the gossip season, which is the term the BBC just used. But should fans and bettors really care about them?
Some common sense and rationality are the best receipt to understand what could happen or not.
Kane Set to Remain in London?
Man United reportedly will not sign Kane according to BBC. But the player reportedly wants to move to a place where lifting some silverware is more accessible. Would it be reasonable, or advisable to block the transfer of their star? History suggests that footballers hardly ever respond well to scenarios like this.
Moreover, would Kane solve all the problems of The Red Devils? Signing an English star, a key player of The Three Lions would obviously be a sure bet in terms of marketing, but Man United has seen big stars like Ibrahimovic and Cavani failing to solve all issues. Is a striker exactly what they were missing?
The Haaland phenomenon may be partly to blame here. Man City certainly became incredibly stronger with Haaland. But truth be told he was a new addition to an extremely oiled machine.
Time will tell what will happen with Kane.
Victor Osimhen at Chelsea?
This one I find hard to believe. Especially as The Blues seem likely to miss the upcoming Champions League and possibly European footie at all in the 2023/24 season.
Oshimen is revered at Napoli, after a glorious season with national silverware after such a long time. In fact, the best options for football bets Canada in the transfer markets will have big odds on this one.
I believe even retaining some of the new faces that arrived at Stamford Bridge may prove to be tricky. Players like Mudryk and Enzo Fernandez moved to London to keep playing at Champions League level.
A fully domestic season certainly is going to be a frustrating surprise, although it certainly was ambitious to sign a lot of players and spend €500m in a winter transfer window and expect prime football to ‘happen’, literally, out of the blue. It takes time to build a team, not just record spending.
The controversial Argentine GK who reportedly ‘inspired’ the most recent changes in the protocols regarding penalty kicks is set to leave Aston Villa, with Man Utd, Chelsea and the Spurs reportedly after his services.
A player with such a gigantic recent accomplishment will likely be interested in remaining active at the UCL level, which seems to be Chelsea’s biggest challenge in the coming season.
While the Premier League, the UCL and other top European domestic leagues are not active during the summer, the transfer window betting markets are a popular way to remain entertained for soccer betting fans globally.
Keep an eye on the latest transfer window gossiping and rumours to place your bets!