Players moves to Everton for the new Premier League Season

As many as FIVE new names moving to Premier League side EVERTON before the transfer window slams shut, according to Ladbrokes.

Marco Silva remains the only manager yet to add to his ranks in the Premier League, but the bookies have priced up the five most likely players to move to Merseyside.

Luke Shaw to Everton for the new Premier League SeasonAnd as things stand its Luke Shaw who’s the shortest-priced name to make the switch, with 2/1 on offer for him to swap Man United for Goodison Park.

Yerry Mina, meanwhile, is a 5/2 shot to join the Toffees, with 3/1 and 10/3 on offer for Wilmar Barrios and David Lopez respectively.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “The Toffees have come unstuck in their quest for new players so far this summer, but there’s a long way to go between now and the transfer window closing and we reckon a whole host of top names
could end up joining.”

*Five most likely players to join Everton this summer*

Luke Shaw – 2/1
Yerry Mina – 5/2
Wilmar Barrios – 3/1
David Lopez – 10/3
Lucas Digne – 6/1

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LADBROKES HAVE REVEALED the first Sack Race odds of the 2018-19 Premier League season.

Watford boss Javi Gracia is the clear 4/1 favourite in the betting to be the first manager to leave his post, with Mark Hughes next at 6/1.

Meanwhile, new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is 16/1 to be booted, while 25/1 says Unai Emery is the first managerial casualty of the new campaign.

The safest man in the division is Pep Guardiola, who is way back at 50/1 to be the first manager to leave this season.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Watford could be set for a tough season ahead and the betting suggests it’s Gracia who’ll be the first man sent packing.”


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