As the Premier League season reaches its climax, the transfer rumours are rife once more.
With the wealth in the league at present, the top six clubs can afford some of the biggest names on the planet.
Fans across the country are on the edge of their seats, excited for the prospect of some of world football’s biggest names being linked with a move to England.
Transfer betting odds suggest that these stars could be among those putting pen to paper this summer:
Ever since he made his way to Spain with Real Madrid in 2013, former Tottenham winger Gareth Bale has been linked with a return to the Premier League.
Betting tips would suggest that Manchester United are the favourites for his signature in the summer window, but in recent weeks he’s been linked with a return to Spurs.
It looks as if the Welshman’s time in the Spanish capital is up, after being left on the bench for Real Madrid’s huge clashes with PSG in the Champions League round of 16.
Real are reported to be looking to sell Bale in order of raising cash so they can make a world record move for Brazilian superstar Neymar.
If a move to the Premier League was to materialise for Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski, it would unquestionably be the biggest transfer of the summer.
Currently in his fourth campaign with the Bundesliga champions, the Polish international is reportedly looking for a new challenge, with Manchester United and Chelsea currently linked.
He has recently hired super-agent Pini Zahavi, fuelling further speculation about his future after Zahavi helped broker the unbelievable Neymar-to-Paris St Germain transfer in the summer.
Lewandowski has won every club honour possible in the Bundesliga, also winning the “kicker Torjägerkanone” on two occasions. This award is given to the league’s top scorer over the course of the season.
In the summer, Arsenal failed in a £90 million move for Monaco’s Thomas Lemar.
Since then, the winger has continued to be linked with a move to the Premier League, most notably Manchester City and Liverpool.
One of the only Monaco stars to remain at the club after their Ligue 1 title triumph, Lemar may finally be granted a huge transfer this summer.
For anybody looking to use a free bet, it would be worth taking a gamble on Lemar moving to the Premier League, with Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool currently being installed as favourites, as they seek a replacement for former midfielder, Philippe Coutinho.
Many fans in North London expected Bordeaux’s Malcom to be a regular attender at the Emirates in January.
The Gunners are still heavily linked with a move for the Brazilian winger, along with rivals, Tottenham Hotspur.
At the age of just 21, Malcom has enormous potential, which has sparked interest from European super club, Bayern Munich.
This can put a spanner in the works for a Premier League move this summer due to the enormous appeal of Arsenal.
Real Sociedad right back, Alvaro Odriozola, is making a real name for himself in La Liga.
So much so, that it’s making some of Europe’s biggest sides take notice.
The 22-year-old has been linked with a move to Barcelona, but reportedly Jose Mourinho is interested in bringing him to Manchester United this summer.
United are on the lookout for a long-term replacement for Antonio Valencia and Odriozola could fit the bill.
Arguably European football’s most promising talent, Lazio midfielder, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has been dubbed the ‘new Zinedine Zidane’ by his agent, Mateja Kežman.
Kezman has claimed that there is huge interest from other Premier League sides in his client, with Real Madrid and PSG also keen to clinch the Serbian international.
Milinkovic-Savic is a special talent, and it’s no surprise that he came from the same Genk youth academy as Thibaut Courtois, Christian Benteke and as Premier League odds would suggest, this year’s frontrunner for the PFA Player of the Year award, Kevin De Bruyne.
With rumours going into overdrive, now is the best time to benefit from some of the transfer betting odds being offered by UK bookmakers.
Despite no deals sealed as yet, we imagine some of the biggest clubs will be looking to invest huge sums this summer to prevent any repeat runaway leaders in the next campaign.