Marc Guehi Next Club Odds: Man Utd Favourites To Land Palace Defender

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Marc Guehi Next Club Odds: Man Utd Favourites To Land Palace Defender

Marc Guehi looks set to be on the move this summer and the betting sites have opened a market on where he will end up.

England have endured a disappointing Euro 2024 so far, but Guehi has been a rare bright spot. 

There were doubts over the centre-back given his lack of tournament experience, but Guehi has been England’s standout performer in Germany.

The Crystal Palace man was likely to seek a transfer ahead of next season anyway, but his performances for his country have only increased his chances of seeking pastures new. 

There will be plenty of interest in a player who has been a model of consistency since moving to Selhurst Park in the summer of 2021.

Where will Guehi end up if Palace do cash in on one of their most prized assets in the next couple of months? 

Let’s take a look at the market provided by betting apps, before analysing the contenders for his signature.

Marc Guehi Next Club Odds

TeamOdds
Probability
Manchester United2/1
33.3%
Chelsea11/4
26.7%
Liverpool3/1
25%
Tottenham Hotspur5/1
16.7%
Aston Villa13/2
13.3%
Newcastle United8/1
11.1%
Arsenal10/1
9.1%

Manchester United In Pole Position As Things Stand

Reports suggest Crystal Palace are set to demand at least £65m for Guehi, which should be within reach for Manchester United. 

Jim Ratcliffe’s INEOS group is now in charge of recruitment at Old Trafford, so we should expect a more calculated, rigorous approach in the market.

United definitely need a centre-back. Raphael Varane has departed the club, Lisandro Martinez endured an injury-hit season in 2023/24, Jonny Evans is 36 years old, and Victor Lindelof has reportedly been made available for transfer.

Guehi would be a good signing, but the Red Devils will face competition for his signature. Nevertheless, they are the 2/1 favourites right now.

Chelsea Could Re-sign Former Defender

Chelsea sold Guehi to Crystal Palace for a fee of £18m three years ago. 

A clause in the defender’s contract means the Blues have the right to match any offer for Guehi, but that does not necessarily give them any major advantage.

After a couple of years of heavy investment under Todd Boehly, this could be a quieter summer for Chelsea. 

They may be restricted by the need to comply with the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules, which could force them to sell before they buy.

Chelsea are said to be in the market for another centre-back after Thiago Silva left at the end of his contract. 

The west Londoners can be backed at 11/4 to land Guehi, who spent 14 years on the books of Chelsea and made two first-team appearances.

Marc Guehi Next Club Odds

Liverpool May Yet Enter Race For Palace Man

Liverpool are available at 3/1 to sign Guehi. 

The Reds have identified centre-back as a position in need of strengthening and the club’s new sporting director Richard Hughes will have done plenty of background work on potential targets even before he officially started work at Anfield at the beginning of June.

Virgil van Dijk is nearer the end of his career than the start, while Joel Matip bade farewell to Liverpool after eight years at the end of last term.

Guehi has Premier League experience and, at 23 years of age, still has plenty of time to get better. 

However, we will have to see if Liverpool are willing to meet Palace’s demands.

Tottenham And Aston Villa Among The Dark Horses

Tottenham Hotspur (5/1) and Aston Villa (13/2) could also compete for Guehi, but they are not among the leading candidates according to football betting sites.

Spurs have been tipped to splash the cash ahead of next season as they seek to get back into the Champions League under Ange Postecoglou. 

The Australian has included another centre-back on his wish list, but Guehi would no doubt seek assurances over whether he would be first choice ahead of either Cristian Romero or Micky van de Ven.

Aston Villa will be looking to beef up their squad for Champions League football, but centre-back will probably not be a priority for Unai Emery.

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Newcastle Or Arsenal Move Looks Unlikely

Newcastle United (8/1) and Arsenal (10/1) are outsiders in this market. 

The Magpies may have the wealthiest owners in world football, but like Chelsea they are restricted by the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules.

In William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes, Arsenal had the best centre-back partnership in the division last term. 

The Gunners will no doubt feel that the £65m Palace are demanding for Guehi would be better spent elsewhere.

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