As some players begin to return to their clubs for initial pre-season training, Media Madness and chaos that is the transfer window continues to ensue.
As big name players continue to be subject to rampant speculation, the Index remains a hotbed of activity.
First of all, the Media Madness winners from yesterday.
Tuesday, July 2nd Media Madness Winners:
1st Place: Harry Maguire (1300) 3p
2nd Place: Wilfried Zaha (920) 2p
3rd Place: Neymar (510) 1p
4th Place: Tanguy Ndombele (490) 1p
5th Place: Jack Clarke (420) 1p
Nathan Ake (£0.92) attracting interest from Champions City
A standout performer for Bournemouth since his move from Chelsea, Nathan Ake is another defending linked with Manchester City.
As City continue to look for a long-term replacement for Vincent Kompany, Ake could prove to be a cheaper alternative to Harry Maguire.
With a rapid rise in value since the links first emerged, Traders are anticipating a big summer move for the centre-half.
Ayoze Perez (£0.90) nears Newcastle departure
Leciester have agreed a £30m fee for Newcastle forward Ayoze Perez 👉😄👈
The Spaniard enjoyed the best season of his career in 18/19, coming up with 13 goals in all competitions.pic.twitter.com/tTaBxQCyAX
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) July 3, 2019
With Benitez already departing Tyneside, Ayoze Perez looks set to also be leaving the club.
With a fee agreed with Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City, the rest seems a formality as Traders are already heavily behind the Spaniard.
Mahmoud Hassan (£0.61) impressing at AFCON
Impressing in Egypt’s midfield, and helping them reach the Round of 16, Mahmoud Hassan is beginning to draw some Premier League suitors.
Commonly known as “Trézéguet”, his terrific pace and drive in the middle of the park is a key part of his game as speculation continues to ramp up.
Arsenal the latest club linked to Lyon star Nabil Fekir (£2.35)
The transfer saga surrounding Nabil Fekir has been an interesting one to follow.
From rampant speculation and Lyon playing hardball, it now seems as if Fekir is back on the market with Lyon pushing for a sale.
The latest club they’ve approached is Arsenal, and Traders are already getting behind the Frenchman as a move to England could finally be on the cards.