We're one day away from the 2011 Transfer Deadline and rumours are starting to appear, as some players look for an exit before the 2011/12 season starts. But which players will actually move? And where will they land?
Just like journalists, who are looking forward to players moving, so are betting sites, and their odds could be a good indication of where a player might land tomorrow.
This is a list of 14 players that might move, and using the betting site's odds, I will make a pick for each one on where I think he'll land.
Let the picking begin, then.
Bendtner has said he wants to leave Arsenal. Problem is, where is he leaving to?
Betting sites list Stoke (5/4), Newcastle (9/4) and Sunderland (3/1) as the favorites to land the lanky Gunner forward.
However, they also list the following teams as long-shots:
My Bet: Newcastle seems a good fit, and at 9 to 4 odds, he's a fitting replacement for Andy Carroll as the Magpies' No. 9.
Adel Taarabt led the nPower Championship in assists last season.
Now, he's widely wanted in France and England.
My Bet: Going from QPR to PSG for one to four seems like the logical choice now that the Parisian team has new-found money in their safe.
The Russian striker has never been a consistent player for the Spurs, and he might be on his way out before Wednesday night.
Aston Villa (7/2) and Zenit (11/2) seem poised as the favourites to lure Pavlyucvhenko away from Tottenham, while Spartak Moscow (7/1), Sunderland (7/1), Everton (10/1) and Rubin Kazan (14/1) may also sign him away.
My Bet: Returning to Russia to play for Zenit St. Petersburg at 11/2 odds seems the likely choice for Roman.
Neymar's Real Madrid talk has gone on and on the whole summer.
It's not a surprise Los Merengues top the list at 8/15 odds, with Chelsea (11/4) and Barcelona (4/1) running behind Madrid in the run for the new Brazilian superstar.
My Bet: If Neymar's making a move, it's to the Santiago Bernabeu, so I'll take the 8 to 15 odds here. He's probably moving in January, though.
Joe Cole has failed miserably at Liverpool.
However, Tottenham (1/5) seem to be interested in signing him nonetheless.
QPR (9/4), Fulham (8/1) and Arsenal (10/1) are also possibilities for Cole.
My Bet: I'm going with an upset here as QPR might look for Joe to fill in the hole left by Adel Taarabt at nine to four odds.
Another Tottenham striker that could be on his way out now that Adebayor is a Spur is Peter Crouch.
Sunderland and Stoke tie as the favorites to land the two meter tall forward at 5/6 odds.
Fulham and QPR are also in it at 10/1.
My Bet: Which team likes tall players that are proficient in the aerial game? Stoke City does, and they'll be glad to have Crouch. I like him there for the five to six odds.
At one time it seemed like Scott Dann was poised to join Arsenal.
That has changed heading into the Transfer Deadline, with Blackburn (4/6) and QPR (5/2) emerging as the favourites to sign the central defender out of Birmingham.
Liverpool and Arsenal are still in the run for him, though, at 7/2 odds.
My Bet: Scott Dann makes sense for me at Liverpool. I take the 7/2 odds here going for the upset.
At one point he seemed to have it done with Barcelona (5/1).
Then Rossi seemed to be headed to Turin to play for Juventus, a club that now is the favourite to sign him away on even (one to one) odds from Villarreal.
Tottenham (6/1) are also interested in the Italian striker.
My Bet: Tottenham seems a good pick here, even if it's a bit of a long-shot at six to one. Especially if they get rid of Peter Crouch and Roman Pavlyuchenko.
Gary Cahill has been on and off all summer long for Arsenal, who are the favorites to sign him at 2/5 odds.
Man City (7/2), Liverpool (4/1) and Tottenham (9/2) are still in it though, and could make a surprise move for the Bolton defender.
My Bet: Arsenal will sign him before Wednesday, so I take the two to five odds here.
Kaka' is done at Real Madrid.
But who will assume his gargantuan salary and his transfer price?
Tottenham (5/2), Chelsea (10/3) and Arsenal (9/2) seem like the more likely destinations for the former Brazilian superstar.
My Bet: Kaka' just makes sense for me at Arsenal, as he's just the player the Gunners need to fill in Fábregas' shoes. I take him to Emirates Stadium for nine to two odds.
Wesley Sneijder's transfer rumors went from extremely hot and practically done with Manchester United to ice cold.
Betting sites still have the Red Devils as the favorites to land him, with 4/6 odds of the transfer happening.
Chelsea (3/1), Man City (9/1), Arsenal (12/1), Real Madrid (40/1), Barcelona (40/1), Tottenham (50/1) and incredibly, LA Galaxy (100/1) are also considered potential targets for Sneijder.
My Bet: If he's leaving it's to become a Manchester United player. I take those four to six odds and run.
Last season Berbatov was United's second choice forward, after Chicharito.
Now Danny Welbeck is also ahead of him, so an exit is definitely in the cards for the Bulgarian.
PSG seem to be the favorites to sign him at 4/6 odds, but a return to Tottenham (8/1) or a move to Juventus (9/1) could also happen.
My Bet: Paris Saint-Germain need strikers. And they'll spend their cash to get Berbatov. I take the four to six odds.
It's no secret Chelsea wants Modric and Modric wants the Blues back.
But will it happen this transfer window?
Betting sites say it has a 1/5 chance of happening, so they seem to think it will.
Others in the run for the Croatian playmaker are Manchester United (8/1), who probably won't move for a playmaker now that they have Cleverley and Manchester City (18/1), a long-shot after they signed Nasri away from Arsenal.
My Bet: At one to five I'm confident saying Luka Modric will be a Chelsea player in two days time.
Carlos wants out. Manchester City wants 50 million pounds.
But who'll pay that kind of money?
I've written about this before, but the ones with the best odds for the betting sites are Inter Milan (4/6), Real Madrid (5/2) and Málaga (10/1).
My Bet: I like Tévez dressing as a Nerazurri at Inter. Eto'o's transfer money will be the key for Carlos.
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