With the January transfer window now in full swing, we track the best backed moves involving Premier League clubs according to Sky Bet.
This story was first published on January 4 and will be updated throughout the transfer window.
Dele Alli looks set to be one of the stories of the January transfer window.
PSG's appointment of former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino increased speculation that Alli could be on his way to the French capital.
Odds on the midfielder, who has barely featured for Tottenham this season, joining PSG went as short as 4/7 on January 4.
Free agent former Chelsea striker Diego Costa, who left Atletico Madrid in December, went odds-on to join Wolves in the first week of January.
Raul Jimenez is unlikely to play again this season after fracturing his skull, leaving Wolves short of an out-and-out target man.
German World Cup winner Sami Khedira was cut to 4/6 to move to Everton by the close of the transfer window on January 4.
The 33-year-old looks guaranteed to leave Juventus having failed to play a single minute this season.
Mesut Ozil's miserable end to what had once been a superb spell at Arsenal looked to move ever closer on January 5.
Odds on the 32-year-old joining a Major League Soccer team were cut to 1/5, with DC United reportedly already in talks.
But only the following day things took a turn, as the German went as short as 1/10 to sign for Turkish club Fenerbahce.
Goalkeeper Sergio Romero is edging closer to the Manchester United exit he pushed so hard for back in October.
On January 8 his odds were cut to 1/2 with Sky Bet to return to his native Argentina and sign for Boca Juniors.
Danny Rose's days at Spurs seem numbered and West Brom could be the full-back's next club before the end of the month.
On January 8 the Tottenham outcast saw his odds drop to 5/4 to sign for Sam Allardyce's side.
But the 30-year-old, who was left out of Spurs' 25-man Premier League squad, was cut to 6/5 to join Turkish club Trabzonspor on January 25.
West Ham are in the market for a new striker after Sebastien Haller's switch to Ajax and Josh King could be that man.
The Bournemouth forward went as short as 1/2 to sign for the Hammers within 24 hours of Haller's January 8 departure.
Fewer than four months on from almost making a shock £30m move to Barcelona, Norwich full-back Max Aarons could be set for another huge deal.
January 11 saw the 21-year-old's odds cut to 1/5 to sign for Manchester United this month.
Manchester United's Jesse Lingard looked set for a loan move all month, and on January 25 West Ham emerged as the likely destination.
The midfielder, who has not started a Premier League game since New Year's Day 2020, was cut to 11/10 with Sky Bet to move to the London Stadium and join up with former United boss David Moyes.
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