Even though most of the players are enjoying their vacations after a very hard and long season, their names can be found in the headlines these days as we could be easily up for a thrilling summer window in Europe. The headlines include some of the biggest names of the game and we can’t wait to see which of them were just false alarms and who will mark the top move of the summer 2017?
We’ll start with the top star and the man who has had an outstanding year winning UEFA Championship with Portugal and double crown with Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo’s destiny at Santiago Bernabeu is under a huge question mark after problems with tax bills.
The Portuguese superstar allegedly told Zindine Zidane that he wants to leave Spain ahead of the next season. His first choice would be Manchester United, but the main question is whether the Red Devils can compete PSG and Chelsea who are willing to pay a fortune to see Ronaldo in their teams.
Roman Abramovich would likely include Eden Hazard in the move which adds on the value to the 20/1 odds on Stamford Bridge to be Cristiano’s next home. However, our top suggestion would still be Manchester United at 9/4 as the Portuguese has spent six beautiful years at Old Trafford.
Now, Alexis Sanchez’s move to man City is almost a deal done, especially after the Chilean winger demands unrealistic wage of £420,000 a week. He will hardly stay at The Emirates and Manchester City is our top choice for Sanchez. You can back this move at 4/7 at the moment. According to Transfermarkt, Alexis’ current value is €65m, and he will certainly be a decent addition to Pep Guardiola’s squad.
Milan showed high interest in signing Joe Hart who returned to Man City from loan to Torino. Now that Donnarumma rejected to put a pen on the new Milan deal, Hart move with Rosoneri does not seem as such an impossible scenario. You can have this one at the sky-high 20/1 odds.
Wayne Rooney has received so many offers from Chinese Super League and far east will likely be his next destination since he dope snot have much more to give to Man Utd. You can have Rooney to sign for any Chinese team at 1/2.