Transfer Betting: Latest odds on Dele Alli, Jadon Sancho and more

Dele Alli is odds-on to leave Spurs after being left out of another matchday squad and Manchester United may yet sign Jadon Sancho before the window closes, says Max Liu in his round-up of the latest transfer betting...

Dele Alli is 4/5 to join Paris Saint-Germain before the transfer window closes next week.

The Tottenham midfielder has reportedly been left out of the squad to face Chelsea in the League Cup tonight even though manager Jose Mourinho hinted that he would make changes to the team.

Dele has only started once so far this season and there is still a chance that he will leave the club in the current window. PSG appear to be his most likely destination and England fans will hope he can rejuvenate himself in time for next summer's European Championships.

Spurs would be reluctant to sell to a rival which is one reason why Manchester United 15/2 and Manchester City 12/1 are behind Inter 13/2 in the betting as potential destinations.

Today rumours circulated that Spurs might try to sign Antonio Rudiger from Chelsea - a move you can back at 11/2.

United plan final Sancho bid

United will reportedly make one final bid for Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho before the end of the window. The England forward is 4/6 to make the move even though the clubs have so far failed to reach agreement.

The Red Devils have been trying to sign the England forward for months as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer attempts to solve his team's problems on the right-wing. They believe the player wants to move to Old Trafford but they have so far failed in their bids, with Dortmund demanding £108m and United refusing to pay above £90m.

It is arguably elsewhere in their squad, however, that United need to strengthen. They have conceded four goals in their two Premier League matches so far and defence is a cause for concern. Reports say they will bring in Brazilian left-back Alex Telles from Porto this week.

Chelsea have spent around £200m in the transfer window and could shell out even more before the end of the window - if reports are to be believed.

After shipping three goals to West Brom at the weekend the Blues are on the lookout for defensive reinforcements. A £40m bid for West Ham's Declan Rice is said to be on the way and Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak is even odds to move to Stamford Bridge.

Ross Barkley, meanwhile, looks likely to leave the Bridge for a loan move to secure more game time. He's 1/5 to join Aston Villa.

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