What are Tottenham’s chances of signing Richarlison, Pau Torres and Neymar?

Tottenham, as usual, are being linked with a host of names in the summer transfer window. But what are their chances of landing them?

Tottenham's Champions League qualification and Antonio Conte's status as a genuine world-class manager means they are now mixing with the big boys when it comes to transfer targets.

That is reflected in the fact they have been priced up in the betting for an incredible 34 players this summer.

Planet Sport looks at which ones are the most realistic.

The favourites

Richarlison is considered the most likely addition to Tottenham's ranks this window, with the Everton striker 3/2 to complete a summer move - a 40% chance. Chelsea are 5/2 to land the Brazilian, with it also 3/1 that he remains at Goodison next season.

Spurs are also favourites to land Pau Torres, with the Villarreal centre-back 13/8 to make the switch to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Manchester United (5/2) are their main rivals for his signature according to the bookies.

Spurs also lead the betting on four other players, but the odds suggest they may struggle to prise the quartet away from their current clubs.

Pau Torres is a Tottenham transfer target

Aston Villa's John McGinn is 5/1 to join Tottenham, a probability of just under 17%, with Jack Harrison 6/1 to leave Leeds for Spurs in the window. Tottenham are also favourites to land James Maddison should he leave Leicester, at 8/1, and Jordan Pickford, who is 10/1 to ditch Everton for Antonio Conte's men.

A deal for Nick Pope looks likelier, with the Burnley keeper 5/2 to join Spurs. However, Newcastle look to be the frontrunners, with Pope 1/3 to end up at St James' Park.

In the running

Christian Eriksen made his first start for Brentford against Norwich

Tottenham's interest in reuniting with Christian Eriksen has been well documented but at 7/2 it appears they still have some work to do to get the deal over the line. Manchester United head the market here, but have drifted to 4/5, with Brentford into 2/1 from 3s to hang on to the services of the Dane.

Spurs are also 6/1 to land Brazil winger Antony, with Man Utd again the market leaders at 1/4, while James Ward-Prowse is 4/1 to move from Southampton in the summer. Newcastle appears his most likely destination, however, at 7/4.

Another player available at single-figure odds to join Tottenham is Lucas Paqueta (8/1), though again Newcastle lead the way (4/6).

Lively outsiders

Maxwel Cornet playing for Burnley

There has been some fluctuation in the Raphinha market, with Arsenal now 5/4 favourites to pick up the Leeds forward. Barcelona, who were long considered his most likely destination, are 2/1 with no move 9/2 and Tottenham at 12/1.

Spurs are also 10/1 to pick up Maxwel Cornet from Burnley in the window, amid interest from West Ham (7/2), Everton (9/2) and Newcastle (9/2).

Conte's side are also second favourites to land two established Premier League stars. Gabriel Jesus is 12/1 to join from Manchester City, while Marcos Alonso is 14/1 to make the switch from Stamford Bridge. However, with Jesus 1/5 to move to Arsenal (an 83/3% probability) and Alonso 1/2 to join up with Barcelona (66.7%), Spurs' hopes look slim.

You can also get 14/1 on Youri Tielemans joining up with Tottenham, though Arsenal (1/2) appears his most likely north London destination, while 14s are available on Nathan Ake, Paulo Dybala, Denzel Dumfries and Anthony Martial moving to Spurs and 16/1 on Eden Hazard.

Long shots

Gareth Bale during Wales defeat to Netherlands

Gareth Bale is surely the only footballer who would swap Real Madrid for Cardiff but at odds of 2/5 that is what he looks set to do, with a Tottenham return priced at 25/1.

Other players priced up at 25/1 to make the switch to Spurs in the summer include Raheem Sterling, Bernardo Silva, Danny Ings, Marcus Rashford, Marc Cucurella, Romelu Lukaku and Ruben Neves.

And, believe it or not, there are even more unlikely options for Conte's side. These include Alvaro Morato, Jude Bellingham (both 33/1), Frenkie De Jong, Neymar (both 40/1) and the player considered the most unlikely of the 34 to join Tottenham in the summer, Kalvin Phillips at 50/1.

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