11 high-profile Premier League moves odds-on to take place this summer, including three to Man Utd

Manchester United might not have much luck in the transfer window so far but that is about to change according to the bookies.

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has been frustrated in his efforts to bolster his new squad but the good news for the Dutchman is that all least three signings should be in place before the end of the summer window.

Christian Eriksen, Frenkie De Jong and Antony are all short odds to make the move to Old Trafford and they feature among 11 players who are odds-on to make a summer move to a Premier League club.

Planet Sport counts down the 11, from the least likely (but still pretty likely) to the ones who will be making the switch in days, or even hours.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin - Everton to Newcastle (4/5)

The Everton forward has been linked with a move to St James' Park since before the window opened and Newcastle are confident of getting their man.

Financial Fair Play pressures are forcing the Toffees to sell before they can buy but their £50million valuation is thought to be some way above what Eddie Howe's side are willing to pay for a striker who only scored five league goals last term. Nevertheless, odds of 4/5 suggest the probability of the deal coming off is just over 55%.

Raphinha - Leeds United to Arsenal (8/11)

Raphinha Leeds Apr22

This one looks like a straight fight between Arsenal and Barcelona, with the Gunners leading the way in financial muscle and the Catalan giants holding sway when it comes to Raphinha's desired destination.

Arsenal have yet to meet Leeds' valuation of the Brazilian so there is still work to be done, though a quote of 8/11 (57.9%) suggests the deal is more likely than not to be completed.

Christian Eriksen - Free agent to Man Utd (8/11)

Christian Eriksen Brentford Apr22

After seeing out a short-term deal at Brentford and proving he is still up to the physical demands of the Premier League, Eriksen has found himself hot property in the window.

Tottenham were thought to be keen on a reunion but have since dropped out of the race, leaving Manchester United and Brentford (13/10) as the last men standing.

Eriksen is due to make a decision soon but it says a lot about United's fall from grace that they are not considered dead certs when it comes to a decision between them and Brentford, even given Eriksen's emotional ties to the club who allowed him to resurrect his career.

Lucas Paqueta - Lyon to Newcastle (4/6)

One suspects a player who can injure himself flying a kite might not be up to the rigours of the Premier League. Nevertheless, Newcastle appear willing to shell out £58million for the Lyon midfielder, who scored 11 goals and provided seven assists in 44 appearances last season.

His close friendship with Bruno Guimaraes may be a deciding factor in the Brazilian opting to move to Tyneside. Odds of 4/6 (60%) certainly suggest it's a goer.

Youri Tielemans - Leicester to Arsenal (1/2)

Tielemans has only got a year left on his deal at Leicester and the 1/2 about him joining Arsenal in the window (66.7%) suggest it is the Gunners or no one, especially with nearest challengers Manchester City quoted at 10/1.

However, an impasse when it comes to a fee and reports of Tielemans being open to signing a new contract at the King Power have thrown the deal into a little bit of doubt.

Jesse Lingard - Free agent to West Ham (4/9)

Jesse Lingard celebrates

The move has felt inevitable since Lingard's impressive loan spell at the London Stadium and should it be completed this summer - and it's close to a 70% probability it will - it feels like one massive wasted season at Old Trafford for the England man.

Lingard could well be joined by an influx of new faces at the Irons, with James Ward-Prowse just missing out on our countdown - the Saints midfielder is Evens to make the switch from Southampton.

Harry Winks - Tottenham to Everton (2/5)

The underwhelming reaction from Everton fans suggests this is not a deal they were crying out for when the window opened.

The midfielder has faded from the first-team picture at Tottenham in the last two seasons but it was only in 2018 that pundit Danny Murphy was calling on the England team to be built around the then 22-year-old.

"Winks is one of the best I've seen when he's at it - in terms of his all-round ability," said Murphy.

Odds of 2/5 (71.4%) suggest it will be the Everton team that is built around him next season.

Raheem Sterling - Manchester City to Chelsea (1/3)

Raheem Sterling England

Sterling's seven-year spell at the Etihad looks to be at an end and there is no shortage of interest in the England forward.

A move to La Liga had looked a possibility but it seems Chelsea have stolen a march on their rivals, with City keen to conclude a deal quickly given their hefty outlay already in the window (and with Kalvin Phillips also expected to join).

Chelsea need goals and despite not being a regular last season, Sterling still chipped in with 13 for the champions. The move looks a perfect solution for all parties, and at 1/3 (75%) appears likely to come off for the Blues.

Ousmane Dembele - Free agent to Chelsea (1/3)

Ousmane Dembele Barcelona

Sterling looks set to be joined by Ousmane Dembele at Stamford Bridge, with the out-of-contract Barcelona star also high on Thomas Tuchel's wishlist.

Dembele won't come cheap and his demands are thought to be holding up the deal, with Paris Saint-Germain (4/1) waiting to pounce. However, with 1/3 again being quoted, it appears Chelsea and Dembele's agent will eventually come to an agreement.

Antony - Ajax to Manchester United (1/4)

The Ten Hag revolution has been a slow-burner to say the least but the addition of Antony will at least prevent the natives getting (any more) restless.

The Brazilian scored two goals and provided four assists in seven Champions League matches last term, as well as chipping in with eight league goals.

He played for two years under Ten Hag at Ajax and said "Know that I will always stand with you if you need me" as part of a farewell message to the Dutchman.

Reason enough, then, for the bookies to quote odds of 1/4 (80%) on a move to Old Trafford being completed this summer.

Frenkie De Jong - Barcelona to Man Utd (1/20)

Frenkie de Jong Barcelona Apr22

If Antony's arrival is pretty much nailed on, then as far as the bookies are concerned, De Jong has already bought a house and taken up residence in Manchester.

At 1/20, it is rated a 95% chance that De Jong makes the move to United in the window.

A holiday for De Jong has delayed the process, but sources are saying it is a matter of "when, not if" the deal is finalised.

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