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Transfer window predictions: Five players in demand this summer
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James Mason
Lionel Messi is searching for a new club this summer
Lionel Messi is searching for a new club this summer

With the football season pretty much done and dusted all eyes will turn to the summer transfer window which opens on June 14 in England and Scotland.

Plenty of wheeling and dealing can be expected with big names linked with mega-money moves at home and abroad.

Messi on the move after Paris staycation

Although a transfer fee will not be involved after his contract at Paris Saint-Germain concluded, Lionel Messi is set to be involved in one of the biggest summer moves with several clubs said to be jostling for the superstar veteran's signature.

His time at PSG may not have been a huge success but that will not stop the richest clubs wanting to throw their money at Argentina's World Cup winning skipper, who is 10/11 with LiveScore Bet to join any Saudi Arabian side.

A return to Camp Nou has also been mooted and Messi is evens with LiveScore Bet to sign for former club Barcelona.

It is hard to see beyond either of those two clubs but should the 35-year-old choose to look elsewhere, it is 7/1 with LiveScore Bet that he joins MLS side Inter Miami, who have also been linked in recent weeks.

Rice a tasty choice for Arsenal

Arsenal just missed out on the Premier League title but they appear determined to stay in the title conversation next year and bolstering their midfield will help.

The main name in the frame seems to be West Ham captain Declan Rice, who is just 2/5 with LiveScore Bet to join Arsenal.

A switch to Germany has been mooted in recent gossip columns and the England midfielder is 15/4 with LiveScore Bet to join Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.

There will be no shortage of options for Rice who has been influential for West Ham this season and Manchester United are 4/1 with LiveScore Bet to sign the 24-year-old this summer.

Is Kane able to make the switch?

Harry Kane could be heading out of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Harry Kane could be heading out of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

One of the trickier transfers could involve Harry Kane as Tottenham are reluctant to sell their star man this summer, while there are doubts whether Spurs' record goalscorer will actually want to leave.

It promises to be the saga of the summer but Kane is just 10/11 with LiveScore Bet to stay put in north London.

As expected there are no shortage of potential suitors for the man who has just one year left on his Tottenham contract and Manchester United's desperation for a new striker sees them chalked up at 9/5 with LiveScore Bet to bring Kane to Old Trafford.

With Karim Benzema leaving the Santiago Bernabeu this summer, Kane is 15/4 with LiveScore Bet to make the switch to Real Madrid to replace the Frenchman.

Magpies keen to nick Maddison

Leicester's demise had little to do with the performances of midfielder James Maddison, and the hunt for the Foxes' man looks set to be a frantic one.

Maddison's side may be in the Championship next season but he is unlikely to go with them and a move to another Premier League club looks likely.

Big-spending Newcastle are said to be leading the chase and Maddison is 13/10 with LiveScore Bet to make a move to St James' Park this summer.

A move to north London has also been suggested and it is 4/1 with LiveScore Bet that Maddison joins either Arsenal or Tottenham.

Victor could vector to west London

Napoli landed the Serie A title for the first time since 1990 and it had much to do with the goalscoring exploits of striker Victor Osimhen.

The Nigerian is attracting plenty of interest this summer but he is 4/6 with LiveScore Bet to stay with Napoli.

However, after scoring 49 goals in 82 appearances for the Italians, Osimhen is set to be hot property with several big clubs suggested to be vying for his signature.

Chelsea are 7/2 with LiveScore Bet to nick the Napoli man, while Manchester United are in the frame at 5/1 and Bayern Munich are next best at 8/1.


Lionel MessiDeclan RiceHarry KaneJames MaddisonVictor Osimhen
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