After our previous pieces where we looked at some of the latest transfer odds, there are still rumours and odds that we have yet to mention. If you would like to look at some of the other transfer odds we’ve looked at, you can find them by clicking the links below.
January Transfer Odds 19/12/19
Alfredo Morelos to Newcastle - 8/1
Alfredo Morelos’ impressive form at Finnish side HJK Helsinki where he scored 46 goals in 62 games lead to Rangers buying the Colombian striker, at what a buy he’s been. In his first 124 games for the Glasgow side, Morelos has scored 75 goals and registered 28 assists, including 27 goals in his opening 33 games this season. One club linked with Morelos is Newcastle who have been struggling for goals this season after their summer signing Joelinton has had a poor start to life in the Premier League, scoring only 1 goal in his first 17 games.
Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich - 3/1
It looked almost certain that Leroy Sane would be returning to Germany before the start of the season as he was heavily linked with a move to Bayern Munich, but an injury at the start of the season meant that Sane would remain in Manchester. Sane has recently returned to training at Manchester City and the talks of him moving to Bayern have resurfaced and it looks very likely that he will be on his way soon.
Ben Chilwell to Chelsea - 2/1
Naturally, as a result of Leicester’s incredible start to the season, many of their players are being linked with moves away from the King Power Stadium. One of those players is left-back Ben Chilwell. The main left-back so far in the Premier League for Chelsea has been Emerson who has made played 10 of Chelsea’s 17 Premier League games this season. As it stands, Chilwell beats Emerson in almost every department as he has: assisted more goals, kept more clean sheets, conceded fewer goals and created more chances.
Gareth Bale to Tottenham - 9/4
Gareth Bale has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu for the last couple of seasons and the recent tension between himself and Real Madrid have reignited the rumours that he is close to leaving the club. According to the bookies, the most likely move for Bale is a return to former club Tottenham. Despite a poor start to the season under Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham look rejuvenated under Jose Mourinho as they have scored 19 goals in 7 games. Bale hasn’t had the best start to the season with Real Madrid as he has only scored 2 goals in 12 games for the club and it’s unlikely that he would be able to recreate the form that he displayed during his last couple of seasons with Tottenham, but it’s always a good idea to have as many options and reinforcements in your squad as possible, so it could be worth a go.