Harry Winks Next Club Betting Odds: Tottenham midfielder 9/2 to sign for Southampton with "no future" at London club

Harry Winks Next Club Betting Odds: Tottenham midfielder 9/2 to sign for Southampton with "no future" at London club
  • Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks is 9/2 to join Southampton this Summer
  • Everton feature in the market with Frank Lampard wanting the player earlier in the window
  • Spurs drew 2-2 with Chelsea at the weekend

Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks is 9/2 to join Southampton this Summer

Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks has reportedly been told he has "no future" at the club with a whole host of midfield signings keeping him out of the squad.

Bookmakers make Southampton the favourite destination for Winks at odds of 9/2 but there are no concrete rumours of his destination.

With just an 18% chance of staying in the Premier League and signing for the Saints according to the odds, it's clear that bookies aren't sure where Winks will be heading this Summer.

Harry Winks Next Club Odds Probability
Southampton 9/2 18.2%
Leicester 5/1 16.7%
Valencia 6/1 14.3%
Everton 9/1 10.0%

Harry Winks is 9/2 to go to Southampton with a move to the South Coast the favourite destination for the English midfielder.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Everton feature in the market with Frank Lampard wanting the player earlier in the window

Everton were linked with Harry Winks earlier in the window but reports at the time said that Frank Lampard had decided against the move.

The Toffees were set to sign Winks in June but the deal fell through after Lampard was seemingly uninterested. 

At odds of 9/1 now, it looks slim that Harry Winks will sign for the Toffees especially after the club signed Amadou Onana.

Idrissa Gana Gueye is also set to return to Goodison Park giving Winks even less of a chance of signing.

Spurs drew 2-2 with Chelsea at the weekend

Tottenham faced Chelsea at Stamford Bridge at the weekend and against the odds during the game came back from losing position twice to draw.

Harry Kane's 95th minute equaliser earned Spurs a 2-2 draw and gave his side big positives coming out of the match.

Thomas Tuchel will be disappointed that his side failed to hold on in the final few minutes and his frustrations showed at full time.

Antonio Conte and Tuchel were both sent off at the end of the match after some full time handbags saw scuffles in the dugouts.

Spurs drew 2-2 against Chelsea on Sunday in what will end up being one of the most entertaining games of the whole season!

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

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