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Said Benrahma Next Club Odds

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Benrahma West Ham Odds

West Ham United are currently the favourites to land Said Benrahma, with odds of 1/3, following reports the Algerian is the club's number one target this window.

The Hammers have been heavily criticised by their supporters for their activity and lack of ambition in the transfer market, seeing the likes of promising starlet Grady Diangana being sold to West Bromwich Albion.

The only signings the west London outfit have made so far this summer have been the permanent deal for former loanee Tomas Soucek, along with his Czech Republic compatriot Vladimir Coufal at right-back.

A deal for Benrahma would go a long way at getting the fans back on side behind the team and the board. It would also replace winger Felipe Anderson, after the Brazilian made the season-long loan move to FC Porto from the London Stadium.

Benrahma also has the same agents as current West Ham stars, such as Michail Antonio and Aaron Cresswell, which could tempt both the Algerian and the Hammers into a deal.

In truth, despite the latest reports of a deal collapsing, this one looks likely and it certainly makes sense for club and player.

Benrahma Palace odds

After already snapping up Eberechi Eze from QPR, Crystal Palace could look to the Championship again to source some new talented recruits.

The Eagles have been linked with the 25-year-old throughout the window, with boss Roy Hodgson doing his best to cool down the speculation of a Benrahma move in press conferences and interviews.

The Algerian can play on either flank, and would make a great addition to Hodgson’s rejuvenated squad. So far this season, the 73-year-old has been lining Palace up in a 4-4-2 formation, with Wilfried Zaha partnering Jordan Ayew up top and it’s often been Andros Townsend and new-signing Eze on the wings.

Benrahma could slot in and provide terrific competition for Palace, or even replace their star man Zaha if speculation about a big-money deal away from Selhurst Park for the Ivory Coast star continue and finally occur.

Odds are 8/1 for Palace to land the Brentford ace.

Benrahma Aston Villa

Dean Smith has already seen his side acquire the services of Ollie Watkins from his former club, but could Aston Villa swoop in to take another Brentford man?

Benrahma and Watkins combined for a remarkable 43 goals and 13 assists across all competitions last season, which will not doubt tempt Smith into forming a reunion for the duo at Villa.

The addition of the skilful and tricky Benrahma would help take Villa to the next level, after finishing just a point above the bottom three last season. The Algerian showed his class recently and what he could bring to the Premier League, with mesmerising solo goal against Fulham in the EFL Cup to cap off his brace, spinning the ball through a defender’s legs before finishing from outside the box.

Benrahma to Villa odds now sit at 12/1.

Benrahma Leeds odds

Leeds are another team that have had a decent start to the season, picking up seven points from their first four games that has included ties against Liverpool and Manchester City. With the Yorkshire outfit looking to not only consolidate their Premier League status but finish in the top half, acquiring the services of Benrahma would be a big step in achieving those goals.

It remains to be seen if Marcelo Bielsa’s side want to splash out on anymore firepower on the flanks though, after already signing some wingers earlier in the window. Leeds have signed two players who are predominantly right-wingers; making Helder Costa’s loan move from Wolves permanent for a £15.93m fee as well as signing Brazilian winger Ralphinha from Rennes for £16.72m. They also have left-winger from Manchester City Jack Harrison on loan again until the end of the season. Bielsa may want to bring in Benrahma to make his attacking options even more stacked. Whilst he produces most of his scintillating football on the wings, the Brentford man does have a tendency to drift inside.

The Whites are 10/1 to bring Benrahma in.

By Jordan Edmonds