These bookmakers odds suggest a lot of interesting things will happen after the football season ends 2 years ago

These bookmakers odds suggest a lot of interesting things will happen after the football season ends

 Transfer speculation, who doesn’t love it?

Who’s moving where? What managers will go to what clubs? And who will win goal of the season? The bookmakers seem to always have the inside information.

Antoine Griezmann to Manchester United

 Every summer seems to have a transfer saga that drags out for way too long, last year it was Paul Pogba and the year before that was Raheem Sterling.

A Griezmann deal has all the makings of constant updates all day every day until he officially puts pen to paper, but how likely is the actual move?

Very, according to markets on his transfer. He is as low as 4/6 to exchange Madrid for Manchester and 5/4 to stay and play another season with Atletico Madrid in their new stadium.

 Match of the Day Goal of the season – Olivier Giroud

 Who’s goal was better? Henrik Mkhitaryan’s scorpion against Sunderland or Giroud’s scorpion against Crystal Palace.

If you ask a Manchester United fan they will say Mkhitaryan’s goal hands down, the technique was far superior and Giroud's goal was pure lucky and only looked good because it pinged off the crossbar.

Ask a non-Manchester United fan and they will tell you that Mkhitaryan’s goal was actually offside and Giroud hitting the crossbar made that goal even sweeter.

Whether you are team Mkhitaryan or team Giroud Sky Bet have installed the Arsenal striker as 1/4 with Mkhitaryan 7/1.

Michael Keane to Manchester United

 Nominated for PFA Young Player of the Year, Michael Keane was one of the surprise packages of the Premier League this season.

After moving from Manchester United in Burnley, Keane has been exceptional at Turf Moore with his side conceding 45 goals this season, the second-best of any team in the bottom half of the table.

The 24-year-old made his international debut in March and is now set to return to Old Trafford.

Bookmakers have him as low as 8/13 to move to Manchester United after the summer and 7/4 to stay in Turf Moore.

Liverpool to sign a goalkeeper in the summer

 Who’s better, Loris Karius or Simon Mingolet? Rephrase that, who’s worse?

Both goalkeepers have come under fire this season with Mingolet coming back into favour with Jürgen Klopp.

But, according to Unibet the club are near certain to bring in someone new to man the goal, with the betting company installing odds of 1/11 for Liverpool to sign a new goalkeeper.

Next Barcelona manager

 With Luis Enrique leaving at the end of the season, Barcelona must appoint a new manager.

There has been a front-runner for quite some time now, Ernesto Valverde.

Valverde has managed Athletic Bilbao since 2013 and has managed Valencia, Villareal and Espanyol in the past.

Paddy Power has installed the Spaniard at 4/9 for the job with Barcelona assistant Juan Carlos Unzué 4/1.

John Terry to Bournemouth

 He’ll go to America or China and make a load of money”, maybe John Terry was thinking of that until he saw Ashley Cole earned a fraction of Ireland’s own Kevin Doyle.

It’s one of those things; you would never imagine Terry playing for any other Premier League club except for Chelsea.

Yet, most bookmakers have the 36-year-old as a sure thing to go to Bournemouth. He is as low as 5/6 with Sky Bet to team up with Eddie Howe.

There are rumours that he will go somewhere in Portugal however, with the veteran defender rumoured to be learning the language.