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On the Move: Major Summer Transfers

Let’s take a look at some of the biggest transfers that could happen in the 2023 summer window, with genuine world-class talents primed for moves. Our sportsbook offers the best markets and live betting in the European top-flight leagues.

Bellingham to Real Madrid

Jude Bellingham’s representatives have started looking for apartments in the Spanish capital ahead of his expected $120M-plus transfer from Borussia Dortmund. Real Madrid has beaten off competition from Manchester City with it six-year contract offer for the England midfielder, with a formal announcement expected in the next few weeks.

On the Move: Major Summer Transfers
Jude Bellingham celebrates after scoring - INA FASSBENDER / AFP

Bellingham moved to Germany from Birmingham at 16, so he is used to living abroad, and his family has already begun the process of ensuring he will settle in Madrid. He was injured on the final day of the Bundesliga season as Dortmund drew 2-2 with Mainz, but he has been one of the top players in the German top-flight league in the last years.

Real Madrid: Kane In, Benzema Out?

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has already dealt Real Madrid a blow in their summer transfer pursuit. The Spanish giants are looking for a replacement for Karim Benzema, who left Los Blancos to join Saudi Arabian side Al-Ittihad on a two-year deal after 14 seasons in Madrid.

Los Blancos have reportedly made Kane their key target to replace Benzema despite the Spurs’ long-standing reluctance to entertain offers for their talisman. Kane has just one year left on his contract, prompting interest from Premier League rival Manchester United who are also on the hunt for a new striker.

Kane finished second in the top scorers’ chart just behind goal-machine Erling Haaland, and no matter where he goes, we will continue to include him in our La Liga picks and parlays. Reports say that the English striker has no intentions to leave the Premier League and wants to move to Man United. But United needs to convince Spurs boss Daniel Levy to sell his prize asset to a domestic rival, something he does not want to do.

Rice to Bayern Munich or Arsenal?

According to reports in Germany, Bayern Munich is going all-in on West Ham defensive midfielder Declan Rice, with Bayern preparing for potential negotiations with West Ham after the Conference League final. The Bavarian giants are expected to submit a great offer for the midfielder.

Arsenal is among those linked with West Ham’s captain. It remains to be seen how the whole saga plays out, but the North London outfit will have to sit tight for now and wait for the European finals to pass by first. Some other reports say that Rice will prioritize a move to the Premier League this summer as he prepares to snub a move to Bayern Munich.

Mount to Man United?

Manchester United has opened talks with Chelsea over a deal for Mason Mount, who looks certain to leave his boyhood club after failing to agree on a new contract. They have already agreed on personal terms with the midfielder and are confident of making him Erik ten Hag’s first summer signing.

They also know Chelsea is under pressure to sell players and will be keen to get a deal done before the end of the month. A Chelsea youth product, Mount made his debut for the club in 2019 and has been a crucial player since then. He was named the club’s Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons. Liverpool, Arsenal, and Bayern Munich are also interested in signing him, but it remains to be seen if any of the clubs are ready to match the Blues’ asking price for the 24-year-old England international.

Napoli’s Osimhen on the move?

The masked world-class striker is enjoying a red-hot season, with his 21 goals in 25 games set to fire Napoli to the Serie A title. It was by far his most prolific campaign, with the 24-year-old being linked with a move to the Premier League top clubs. If you’re betting online, you should follow him closely because no matter if he stays or leaves Napoli, he will surely continue to score goals.

Despite strong interest from Man United and Chelsea, a new report suggests Osimhen won’t be going anywhere this summer, but we’ve seen many surprise moves over the years, and Osimhen has naturally attracted the interest of Europe’s elite.


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