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Three La Liga moves to look out for, and one to disregard

Three La Liga moves to look out for, and one to disregard

Three La Liga moves to look out for, and one to disregard

The transfer merry go round has got underway early ,with Lionel Messi’s impending move to Inter Miami already setting tongues wagging. Messi may have missed out on a return to Spain, but which other potential La Liga transfers should we be keeping an eye on this summer, and which ones are better off dismissed? Experts at bookmakers.tv have studied the latest betting odds to shed light on the hottest and coldest prospects.

Harry Kane

Despite his impressive personal achievements, including numerous records, Harry Kane has yet to lift a team trophy, despite featuring in four finals. With Tottenham Hotspur missing out on European competition next season, the 29-year-old striker may finally seek greener pastures. Betting odds of 6/4 to remain at Spurs suggest that a transfer is more than likely.

While speculation has linked Kane to Manchester United, Real Madrid have emerged as the frontrunners with odds of 6/4, as they seek a new talisman to fill the void left by Karim Benzema’s departure.

Ilkay Gundogan

As Manchester City’s captain, Ilkay Gundogan stands on the verge of achieving the domestic treble. However, the midfielder’s future at the Premier League champions remains uncertain. The allure of a move to Barcelona, priced at 3/1, might prove too enticing to resist. After seven seasons in Manchester, and five league titles, Gundogan may well be left with a sense that he has accomplished all he can in England.

Ruben Neves

Wolverhampton Wanderers could face a turbulent summer, as Financial Fair Play concerns cast doubts on the future of coach Julen Lopetegui. Should a squad overhaul become necessary, captain Ruben Neves is poised to be the most prominent departure. Barcelona are reportedly tracking the Portuguese midfielder, and odds of 1/3 suggest credibility behind the murmurs of a potential move to Spain.

Kylian Mbappe

While the three players above appear destined for transfers, one star who should remain where he is for now is Kylian Mbappe. With Messi’s imminent departure, Paris St Germain will be determined to retain Mbappe’s services for at least another year. It’s best to look past any speculation surrounding Mbappe during this window, despite odds of 7/1 on a move to Real Madrid.

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