Who knows when the transfer window will reopen. Hell, who knows when we are even going to see a football kicked again.
Still, that’s not stopped the gossip and rumour mill from turning, and here at Paddy Power we’ve asked our top team of trading experts which three deals look most likely to be done.
It’s a transfer that seems to have been spoken about ever since Neymar left to join PSG in the first place, but in recent weeks speculation has really picked up again and looks like it could be just a matter of time before a return to the Nou Camp happens.
Barcelona are desperate to support Lionel Messi with a lethal attacking trio again, and have friend Neymar and Argentine ace Lautaro Martinez top of their wanted list.
To make it happen it looks like they will need to offload Philippe Coutinho and possibly Antoine Griezmann first. But it does seem as if Barcelona are desperate to bring Neymar back to Nou Camp and their odds of 9/4 favourites to sign the Brazilian show that.
Another interesting one, currently Real Madrid are 9/2 favourites to land England and Tottenham star Kane with a move is looking more likely than ever before after his comments last week.
Kane said that while he loves Spurs if he doesn’t think the club is going in the right direction he’s not someone who will stay for the sake of it, and also doubled-down by saying he’s an ambitious player and wants to become one of the best in the world.
Those comments would suggest he wants out, especially if Tottenham don’t secure Champions League football for next season.
- RANKED: Six of the best English managers of all time
- The Boys in Green: Six magic moments from Ireland’s golden era
- Paddy Power’s complete guide to the only Euro league left… in Belarus
We’ve seen a decent amount of money on Jadon Sancho joining Manchester United, with it being one of the most backed selections in the last few days.
The market first opened at 3/1, but Sancho to United has now been backed into favourite at 6/4. I can really see this move happening as the fallen giants are desperately looking to become a force again and seem to be one of the few teams who can and will pay a huge amount of money on the transfer fee Borussia Dortmund want as well as cover his big wages.
Liverpool are 3rd favourites, but I really can’t see them splashing that kind of money and there is no way they would break their wage structure to pay his massive salary.
- Six of the best Goal of the Month competitions EVER
- Seven of the weirdest curses in world football
- Who is good bet for Euro 2021 after delay to tournament?