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Top Players Likely To Leave Premier League This Summer

It is going to be a summer of overhaul in the Premier League, but then again, when isn’t it? Among all the huge-money transfers we see, there tend to be a few free transfers that slip under the radar, too, and players who may even be letting their contracts run down to see what else is on offer. 

For the people who like to be ahead of the curve and analyse the teams and their business before placing pre-season bets, many like to use betting systems and work out their season outright bets early. Betting systems may allow them to bet on a few different outcomes for the season ahead and combine them in a Trixie or Lucky 63 bet. Knowing which players are likely to be on the move can help them to form a strategy and decide which teams look good for Europe, titles, or even which teams may get relegated. 

Tosin Adarabioyo

Tosin Adarabioyo is player whose market value would probably be relatively high if it weren’t for the fact he’s running his contract down. Adarabioyo is now an established international and at 26 years of age, he still has plenty to give. It is possible that there will be bigger teams than Fulham that take a punt on the defender based on the fact they can get him on a free. Fulham offered him a new deal which was rejected as Adarabioyo looks to pastures new.

Danny Welbeck

Welbeck is a former international, and the winner of many awards and accolades in his younger years, as well as being an important part of the Brighton team. At 33, he’s not that old and could still have Premier League seasons left in him. There were rumours in February that he was close to agreeing a new deal, nothing has been confirmed. Welbeck’s experience playing for both Manchester United and Arsenal means he has a lot of heritage and could be a good influence around the young players in the Brighton team, but the longer time goes on, the more it looks like he will leave. He could well be making a move abroad, and the big names he’s played for could make him a draw for the Middle Eastern clubs spending big.

Michail Antonio

Antonio has had a run in the West Ham team recently and is looking likely to leave as his contract runs down. Where he will go remains to be seen, and there is still a chance that he could be offered a new deal.

Antonio has played a lot in Europe in recent years, and recently was very critical of the referee after West Ham’s loss in the Europa League. He’s still showing that he can score goals as well as mastering some of the game’s dark arts, and a move abroad could await.

André Gomes

Rumoured to be on big money playing for Everton, there could be a sigh of relief (at least by Everton’s accounts team) when he leaves. Gomes hasn’t done too much to warrant the big money, and after spells in Spain and Portugal previously, as well as a loan in France, we expect that he will move to the continent, or for a big money move to the US or Middle East. 

Gomes has undeniable ability and made 29 appearances for Portugal, but seems to be a long way from the international reckoning at the current time. 

Anthony Martial

A lot of Manchester United fans will be asking where it all went wrong for Martial. He did have one great season during his stay at Old Trafford, but, other than that his goalscoring record, has been unspectacular.

He had a loan spell at Sevilla last season and didn’t manage to score even one goal, and his recent Manchester United form isn’t much better. He’s been left out of a lot of squads this season and let’s face it, his time in a Manchester United shirt is done, with clubs in his homeland of France or further afield scouting him in the hope of reviving his career. 

Martial has had spells at Monaco and Lyon and was once hailed as one of the brightest young talents in the game. Still under 30, he’s potentially got a few years to rediscover some form and even push for an international recall, but with just 2 in 30 appearances for France, it really does tell the tale of a career where Martial has not hit that high potential.

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