Arsenal look likely to enjoy a busy summer of transfers, so we thought we’d give you a brief run-down of how you could make some money out of that in the coming months.
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Two possible exits have been reported in the newspapers in recent months, but you will not get rich off either of these coming true. Oxlade-Chamberlain is most heavily linked with a switch currently, and is currently at evens (2.0) to leave the club before September (SkyBet).
Theo Walcott’s potential exit looks less likely following the recent injury to Danny Welbeck, but the odds do not reflect that, with 6/4 (2.5) available for the forward to stay with the club beyond the window (SkyBet)
One striker who is continually linked with a switch to the Emirates is Real Madrid’s Benzema. The forward has come under intense scrutiny for his part in a reported sex-tape blackmail scandal. The Spanish side have been linked with replacing the forward in recent years, and could finally decided to sell. He is a nicely priced 13/2 to be at Arsenal after the summer window. (888)
Another forward who has recently been linked with a move is Liverpool’s Sturridge. Unfortunately I don’t think he will jump ship, but if you do, you can find him at 6/1 to join us. (SkyBet)
England international and Premier League winner Jamie Vardy is odds-on to join us if he leaves Leicester, but my initial thought is that he would be staying put. You will not get rich off this one either, but he can be found at 4/7 to join us from the Foxes. (Paddy Power)
My personal favourite, and one I sincerely hope does come true, is Romelu Lukaku joining us. The Everton striker has already admitted he expects to move this year and is a huge 40/1 for the switch. With so many variables needed to complete the Morata move, Rom would likely be turned to if and when it falls through. (Netbet)
Which price do you think is over-generous?