Juve forwards Higuain, Mandzukic and Dybala are uncertain about Allegri’s plans. Who will play upfront and behind Cristiano Ronaldo, and who will be left on the bench? The chances of securing a place among the starting eleven will diminish for some players in presence of CR7. Adding to that, Juventus will be forced to clear some space on the wage bill for their new star man. According to best online betting sites in the United Kingdom, Premier League is the primary destination for the players who might leave Juventus. So, who will be sacrificed, and which team will come forward to pick him up?
Gonzalo Higuain Odds
If bookmakers get it right, Gonzalo Higuain could be the first on the queue to be sacrificed. He could make the switch from Juventus to Stamford Bridge before the window slams shut. Unibet Sportsbook offers (1.30) odds for Chelsea to sign in the Argentine hitman, as the new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is highly interested in the reunion, and analysts say Higuain is too slow to play beside Ronaldo.
However, the Juventus striker to stay another season at Turin is also possible especially that Ronaldo’s move to Juventus gives the Serie A giants a higher chance of winning the Champions League. Higuain and Ronaldo had a good partnership back in Real Madrid few years ago, so they will get along together in Juventus too. But, at the end Allegri is the one to decide the shape of Juventus new attack. According to Unibet Sportsbook, Gonzalo Higuain odds to stay in Juve are (3.25).
Summer Transfer Specials on Mandzukic
After the Croatian striker sent his team to the World Cup final with his extra time winner against England and his second goal relief against the Champions France, interests are rising across Europe. Manchester United are willing to present an offer this summer with (4.00) odds at ComeOn Sportsbook.
Mario Mandzukic is threatened to lose his spot at the left-wing, which might lead the Croatian to settle for a space on the bench. Yet Juventus boss Allegri said he will put Mandzukic back at the striker spot. Mandzukic odds to stay at Juve are (1.40), according to ComeOn Sportsbook. Do you think Mandzukic will stay and fight for his spot, or he will move to the Premier League for good?
Paulo Dybala’s Move to Premier League
Best online betting sites in the United Kingdom suggest the Juventus young striker Paulo Dybala has attracted interests across Premier’s elite clubs. He will be very happy to reunite with Paul Pogba if he agrees to move to the Old Trafford, but last season Premier League champions Man City are also interested in bringing him in.
At Unibet Sportsbook the odds are (1.20) for Dybala to stay with Juventus, while they are (11.00) for the Argentine superstar to move to Man United and (21.00) to move to Man City. What do you think about the summer transfer specials, who will stay and who will move out of Juventus? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.