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Dominic Calvert-Lewin Transfer News & Odds

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin Transfer News & Odds

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been tipped for a move to a bigger side for many years, but could the upcoming summer transfer window be the window where the 25-year-old finally secures a move away from Merseyside?

Despite injuries hampering his progress in recent seasons, Calvert-Lewin is still capable of putting the ball in the back of the net, and that is why many of the Premier League's top sides hold an interest in signing him. His other attributes, such as his mobility and dominance in the air, also makes him an attractive proposition that many sides may feel they could use to their advantage. So, who has the striker been tipped to join?

Arsenal Odds: 7/4

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is reportedly keen on bringing the Sheffield-born forward to the Emirates Stadium, as the attributes Calvert-Lewin possesses are ones that Arteta is looking for in a striker, as he looks to re-establish Arsenal as a team to be feared once again.

Calvert-Lewin is dominant in the air, with 18 of his 43 Premier League goals coming from headers, and at 6ft 2, is mobile and quick for a striker of that build. With the ability to play with his back to goal and bring other teammates in with his link-up play, the striker fits with the style of play that Arteta is currently trying to implement at the club.

And with 16 goals and three assists last season, and four-goal involvements in his 10 appearances this season before succumbing to injury, the striker is viewed as an upgrade on current leading-man Alexandre Lacazette. Lacazette has never surpassed 15 goals in the Premier League since joining the Gunners, and with the Frenchman likely to depart this summer, Calvert-Lewin is an option that the Gunners hierarchy could go for.

And for this reason, a transfer to Arsenal for Calvert-Lewin is currently odds on at 7/4 - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Manchester Utd Odds: 8/1

One area that the Manchester United hierarchy may be looking at strengthening this summer is the striker department. The entire squad is in need of an overhaul, but with the futures of many of the club's attackers uncertain at the moment, the attack is where club officials may look to start their rebuild.

The future of Cristiano Ronaldo is uncertain, with United likely to finish in the Europa League places and with no silverware to flaunt come the end of the season, the Portuguese forward may look to leave. With Ronaldo's high wages also reportedly an area of concern for the club, United may view Calvert-Lewin's reported 80k-a-week wages as a much more fiscally attractive option.

With the future of Marcus Rashford uncertain, and Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial very likely to leave in the summer after managing just six starts in the league and failing to impress on loan at Sevilla respectively, the Premier-League-proven Calvert-Lewin maybe someone that United choose to target.

Despite being the sixth-highest scoring side in the league this season, the Red Devils' inability to kill off games, evidenced by their nine draws this season, is a huge problem. A move for the clinical Calvert-Lewin could be something United choose to look into.

The odds of this deal occurring are currently at 8/1.

Newcastle United Odds: 9/1

With Everton's asking price for Calvert-Lewin mooted to be around the £60m mark, is a move to the Magpies likely?

Newcastle already possesses a tall, goalscoring striker in Chris Wood, who was only purchased recently for £25m, so would the club be willing to invest in a new striker? Potentially, because the New Zealand international has failed to make an impact since joining the club, only bagging once in his 11 Premier League appearances for the Magpies, as opposed to Calvert-Lewin's three goals in 10. With their newfound wealth, the Geordies would not bat an eyelid in splashing the cash on the Everton man.

With Dwight Gayle likely to leave in the summer and the injury-prone Callum Wilson, who has missed 29 matches through injury since his move to the club in 2019, currently out with an Achilles problem that has kept him out since December, a move for Calvert-Lewin can’t be ruled out.

The current odds of Calvert-Lewin moving to Newcastle are at 9/1.

Manchester City Odds: 12/1

Manchester City have stormed their way to three Premier League titles in the last four seasons, and they have managed to achieve this remarkable feat by constantly spending big money on top players. It is certain that City will once again spend big in the summer, but on who is the key question. Could Calvert-Lewin be the next big-money arrival at the Etihad?

City may be interested in the 25-year-old because of their own troubles in the striker department.

Ever since club legend Sergio Aguero announced that he would be leaving the club at the expiry of his contract, the club have failed to replace the Argentine's goals. Gabriel Jesus has been left as the Sky Blues' only out-and-out striker but has failed to impress, recording a mere two goals in 21 appearances this season, and nine in 29 last campaign.

11 goals in 50 appearances is a pretty shocking record, especially considering that the Brazilian is in a dominant Manchester City side in which the forwards always receive plenty of service from the midfield.

As a result, City have had to rely on goals from other players, with the majority of their goals coming from midfield or their wide players. The likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Riyad Mahrez, Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva account for 37 of City's 70 Premier League goals this season. So, Pep Guardiola may look to spend big on a striker to ease the goalscoring burden on his midfielders and wingers, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin may be the option that the club decides to go for.

Manchester City are priced at 12/1 to sign Calvert-Lewin this summer.