The Premier League transfer window has closed now, with many clubs landing some big players while others Premier League transfers didn’t happen. Manchester United splashed a record £85million fee to successfully sign their target Harry Maguire. While Arsenal failed to get Wilfried Zaha, whom the Gunners were chasing for quite some time. On the whole, many of the top Premier League clubs have bolstered their squads through reinforcements. Betting on the chances of any team seems risky, for all these teams look so good. Although you can try NJ horse betting to reduce the risks plus get the real feel of sports betting.
1- Paulo Dybala – Manchester United
Manchester United came very close to signing Juventus star Paulo Dybala but the move failed in the end. The Red Devils had reportedly agreed with Juventus, yet their negotiations with Paulo Dybala didn’t succeed. At one point, Dybala looked destined to join Old Trafford. Both Juventus and Manchester United had reportedly agreed to a swap deal involving him and Romelu Lukaku. But the negotiations failed because Manchester United couldn’t meet Dybala’s £350,000-a-week wage demands. Then, Tottenham tried to make a last-minute swoop for Dybala but also couldn’t become successful.
2- Wilfried Zaha – Everton
Wilfried Zaha had been heavily linked with Arsenal in this transfer window, with reports suggesting that the Ivorian international himself was willing to leave Crystal Palace. However, the Eagles looked very unwilling to part with their star midfielder, and that’s why they set such a high valuation. When the Gunners’ initial bid was rejected, they started pursuing Lille winger Nicolas Pepe and successfully brought him to the Emirates. And so with Arsenal out of the race, Everton tried very hard to sign the former Manchester United star. They made two bids for Zaha and Crystal Palace rejected both of them. According to reports, their second offer included £70m fee plus Cenk Tosun and James McCarthy. Even then Palace didn’t show any flexibility and hence the transfer move failed.
3- Christian Eriksen – Manchester United
There has been a lot of speculations about Christian Eriksen’s future at Spurs since the beginning of the transfer window. He revealed his desire to take on a different challenge in the aftermath of their defeat against Liverpool in the Champions League final. Reports suggested that Eriksen was more inclined to a move to Spain, and that’s why Manchester United backed out after holding talks with Tottenham. The transfer window has closed in England but many other teams across Europe can still sign players. Therefore, we could still see a transfer move for Christian Eriksen this year.