By News Team
5th October 2020
The clock is ticking, the papers are being printed and the medical staff are getting ready for a day of madness as transfer deadline day is upon us.
We take a look at some of the deals that could go through before the deadline on Monday night…
Week in-week out during this transfer window, Jadon Sancho has been the player on the tip of every journalist’s pen, after Borussia Dortmund stated that they would sell the talented winger for the right price earlier in the summer.
Manchester United have had multiple bids reportedly rejected for Sancho, with the most recent being a £91 million offer apparently made this week. Unsurprisingly United currently sit as 8/13 favourites, while the next club in line are Real Madrid who are priced at a whopping 25/1.
Can United finally get the man they have wanted since the start of the window?
Another transfer window, another exit away from Crystal Palace touted for Wilfried Zaha. The forward has started the season impressively, with three goals from his first four games for Palace and could well have his fingers crossed for a deadline day exit from Selhurst Park.
Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton are the favourites to land the Ivory Coast international, having already enjoyed an impressive transfer window so far this summer. The Toffees are 11/10 to make the deal happen and lure Zaha north to Goodison Park.
Elsewhere, last season’s Champions League finalists Paris Saint-Germain are next in line at 9/2, while Arsenal, who came close to signing Zaha last summer, are priced at 6/1. For a longer shot, the Palace man is 20/1 to return to former club Manchester United.
Declan Rice played a crucial part in keeping West Ham in the Premier League last season and after having a strong start to the 2020/21 season, it comes as no surprise that the midfielder is very much keeping his options open for a bigger club.
Since the start of the transfer window, Rice, a boyhood Chelsea fan, has been linked with a move back to the side he used to play for. Chelsea have reportedly been in talks with the east London side, but they do not seem keen on getting rid of their star any time soon.
Will Rice find himself in a blue shirt before the deadline or will he remain with West Ham for another season?