Premier League clubs are intensifying their transfer activities, with Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, and Manchester United all looking for major signings, while Liverpool is trying to secure some star players. The largest best bookmaker websites in the world are witnessing a good and open transition phase, which began in a crucial week.
The largest football betting website, Arsenal, is pushing forward as they expect a double assault worth £70 million for Ajax defender Lisandr Martinez and Manchester City star Gabriel Jesus. However, they face competition from local rivals Tottenham for Jesus, as Antonio Conte tries to capture the striker.
It is believed that Manchester City would be willing to let go of Jesus and Raheem Sterling if the deals are accurate, and Chelsea is intensifying their pursuit of the second player. They hope that negotiations with Inter Milan will secure the departure of Romelu Lukaku before they focus on English striker Sterling.
Across Manchester, Erik ten Haag is facing an exciting week to see if United can continue and achieve their main goals. Christian Eriksen and Frenkie de Jong are said to be "crucial" to his plans, as he hopes to proceed with the presence of both players.
Liverpool has confirmed the signing of Calvin Ramsey and is now shifting attention to contract negotiations to try and connect with some first-team players.
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Bellerin not enthusiastic about Serie A.
Hector Bellerin is still willing to move to Real Betis despite interest from Serie A. The Spanish international spent the previous season on loan from Manuel Pellegrini's team, which helped them come closer to a top-four position in La Liga.
According to Estadio Deportivo, Betis cannot meet Arsenal's £10 million demand for the 27-year-old player. However, Bellerin is in his final year of contract and is reportedly ready to terminate his current contract to ensure a move to Sevilla.
Similar reports suggest that Roma and Fiorentina may meet Arsenal's asking price for the defender, who made his debut for the Gunners at the age of 18. However, the former Barcelona youth player is still focused on Betis, where he made 32 appearances on loan in the past season.
06:11 Jacob Leeks
Ajax Refuses to Sell Martinez
Ajax is reported to have refused to sanction the sale of star defender Lisandr Martinez, and Arsenal has witnessed the rejected offer.
Arteta is making efforts to secure Martinez's third signing this summer, following the arrivals of Marquinhos and an imminent deal with Fabio Vieira. But a deal with Ajax may be more difficult than previously thought.
According to TyC Sports, the Eredivisie champions have turned down Arsenal's £25.7 million bid for the Argentine international. However, this does not prevent the Gunners from continuing to negotiate a price for him.
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Chelsea Targeting Sterling
In case you missed it, one of the biggest transfer stories of the weekend involves Raheem Sterling.
Chelsea will move for Manchester City - if they reach an agreement to bring striker Romelu Lukaku back to Inter Milan.
The London club will have talks again on Sunday with Inter's CEO Beppe Marotta in an effort to find a compromise, whereby Belgian international Lukaku will return to San Siro after a disappointing year at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea's new owner, Todd Boehly, will then intensify the club's interest in persuading Man City to sell Sterling. The Premier League champions have failed to reach a new contract agreement with the English forward.
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He promises that this will be a great day as many clubs are eager to strengthen their squad this summer.