Premier League Football Betting January Transfers 2010
January 1st signals the start of the Barclays Premier League's latest transfer window that enable players to move freely – and legally bindingly - between clubs for one calendar month; essentially the last opportunity for clubs to plunder the market before the end of the current Premier League season. All of which impromptu comings and goings generates a deal of interest amongst Premier League football betting January transfers 2010 markets as specifically created by the net's most popular football betting bookmakers.
None of the subsequent action is wasted by the web's leading Premier League Football Betting January transfer 2010 bookies, as they attempt to predetermine, preconceive and ultimately predict just what's about to go down; and therein flag-up all the potential transfers to their online football betting members keen for another dimension to add to their already expansive Premier League betting football portfolio. The Premier League football betting January transfers 2010 markets are all about being proactive rather than reactive as you'd expect from an industry that does its level best to stay at least two jumps ahead of the crowd, and during December's run-up to Christmas anyone who's anyone connected with the world of the Barclays Premier League is telling us what they've heard on the football transfer grapevine.
Online Football Betting Bookies Focus January Attentions On Premier League Transfer Market
It's billed as the next big thing in Barclays Premier League football – and bar the exception of Liverpool stringing a run of successive wins together – then the January 2010 transfer window will certainly deliver the goods for many of the Premiership's clubs operating at either end of the current table. In fact, the Premier League football betting January transfers 2010 markets are so big these days that such dedicated pages as Club After January Transfer Window are marked up as specials way before Christmas the previous year by the biggest interactive football betting bookies out there.
It's a fun football betting market in which to show an interest and get involved in more than a hardcore internet sports betting bloodbath as so many other high profile, 24/7 Football Betting markets can appear to the casual observer, with the obvious Outright Win market for naming which club a footballer is set to move to by far the biggest. And perhaps on this basis many potential Premier League football betting January transfers 2010 punters might want to trade in their online free bets entitlements in exchange for a harmless punt over Christmas. As you already know, online football betting free bets represent fantastic value for money to the new virtual gambler looking to ease themselves into their new interactive leisure time arena, and are immediately redeemable against a magnitude of football bets as you'll discover from the moment you sign up and create your own online account. Don't just take our word for it, follow any of the football betting bookmaker links found on this dedicated Premier League football betting January transfers 2010 page to read the last word on the subject.
Bets Are On World Cup 2010 Year Could See Frenzied January Transfer Activity In Premier League
Devotees of Sky Sports News know only too well that the football headline-breaking broadcaster's on-screen ticker-tape goes mental towards the end of January, as the countdown timer keeps viewers updated with just what transfers are going through minute by minute as camera crews are despatched to football clubs the length and breadth of the UK to report on all the latest football transfer dealings as they happen. Or at least as soon as the club spokesperson has appeared from a side door. Either way, there's no detracting from January being an exciting month for Barclays Premier League Football fans as clubs make what could be the last throw of their Premier League Top 4 push, considered Champions League and FA Cup progress or put simply, league survival dice.
From an itchy footed footballers perspective an extra ingredient that will doubtless figure highly in the minds of those players who otherwise might have hung around with their present employers – albeit seeing out their lucrative contracts from the warmth of the bench – is the keen awareness that we're entering a World Cup year in 2010. And for some footballers, perhaps their last chance to make their presence felt on the biggest footballing stage of them all. So their willingness to move to a club who can virtually guarantee them first team football would be a massive selling point.
Latest Big Premier League Football Betting January Transfers 2010 Rumours Circulating
Speculation continues to mount over the probability of Moroccan striker, Marouane Chamakh upping sticks and moving to North London in the foreseeable, with The Emirates Stadium being his most likely destination should Bordeaux finally give in to Arsenal's anything-but-subtle overtures, whilst West Ham and England striker Carlton Cole has courted a great deal of interest amongst the Premier League's big guns in recent weeks, with Liverpool heading that queue. It's fair to say that Liverpool are in the direst need of some injection of new blood into their seriously jaded ranks if they're to salvage anything from what's rapidly turning into a nightmare Premier League and European season for the reds. Patience is fast running out for Skrtel, Dossena, Babel, Voronin and Reira, all of whom could be used in potential deals to fund the purchase of Matthew Upson, Scott Parker, Carlton Cole and/or James Milner. All depending on which juicy titbits you want to believe. The one any die-hard Liverpool fan wont want to have any truck with however is the one that alludes to Everton's former Manchester United forward Louis Saha flitting across Stanley Park in January.
Liverpool's under-fire boss Rafa Benitez will be hoping to do a 'Arry Redknapp during the January transfer window as he's forced to adopt a more erstwhile wheeler dealer approach to buying and selling (or in his case, borrowing) as the purse strings at Anfield still show no signs of being loosened by their American owners. Benitez will have to beg, borrow or steal if he's to keep his job; which is why the Spaniard has been sizing up Tottenham Hotspur's under-achieving Russian striker Roman Pavlyuchenko who may or may not come to Anfield on loan (or in a straight swap for under-performing Ryan Babel) and ex-Manchester United and Real Madrid forward, Ruud van Nistelrooy. Speaking of Barclays Premier League old boys heading for a reunion (as well as one final bumper pay-day), former Arsenal favourite Patrick Viera is being groomed for a return to the English big time, with Chelsea, Spurs, Liverpool and Arsenal themselves all lined up to capture his signature in January.
Chelsea Not Going To Replace Drogba And Essien During January Transfers According To Bookies
One Premier League club that will be putting just about every one of their first team in January's virtual shop window are struggling, administration-haunted Portsmouth FC. Rich pickings? Well no, not really, apart from England keeper David James Pompey's best players were auctioned off during last summer's last round of Premier League transfers if we're brutally honest. One club who aren't mooted to be up to much will be Chelsea, who aren't going to buy anyone according to manager Carlo Ancelotti, and that's despite Drogba, Mikel, Kalou and Essien all due to report for African Cup of Nations duty with their respective countries of birth in January which will leave sizeable holes in a Stamford Bridge team making a decent stab for Barclays Premier League honours this season.
Meanwhile Milos Krasic could be winging his way to Manchester (United and City approved destinations) with Liverpool, Chelsea and Aston Villa also lining up rival bids according to our sources, while Manchester City's Brazilian forward, Robinho isn't going anywhere. Seriously. he's come out in recent weeks to dispel rumours that he's unsettled at Eastlands, yet for some reason that hasn't stopped the subject of the Premier League's record transfer deal being mentioned in the same breath as Barcelona and Real Madrid.
His current employers - Manchester City - aren't going to great lengths to disguise the fact that they're presently in the transfer market for a defender regardless of what else is going on, as they've been sniffing around Matthew Upson, Philipp Lahm and Cristian Ansaldi of late. And as usual they have copious amounts of money to burn, in spite of the fact Mark Hughes stresses that the club wont be held to ransom. Another Manchester club with coinage rubbing a hole in the pocket of his official club slacks is Sir Alex Ferguson across the city at Old Trafford. Although he's insisting that he's not going to rush into any rash January transfer decisions for the simple reason he doesn't see any players available who'll add value to his current United squad.
Heskey Could Force January Transfer Move To Secure England World Cup 2010 Place
Elsewhere and Everton have reportedly tabled a bid for Real Madrid's Fernando Gago and portly and ageing Brazilian Adriano could be West Ham-bound like portly and ageing and moustachioed Italian Luca Toni, whose also said to be on the move come January 2010. Although Inter Milan, Roma, AC Milan, and Fiorentina are all apparently on the mooch for the Bayern Munich forward, with the Premier League likes of Aston Villa and Liverpool supposedly waiting in the wings along with the Hammers should all else fail. Stoke City's James Beattie has fallen foul of boss Tony Pulis in recent weeks after a much publicised bust-up, so could well be on his way out of the Britannia Stadium in January should he attract any possible suitors.
If Spurs do exchange Pavlywhatshisface for Liverpool's Ryan Babel, then David Bentley could well find himself surplus to requirements at White Hart Lane. Which might see Everton renew their interest in the player once earmarked as the heir apparent for David Beckhams England shirt, whilst the one to watch though for us has to be Emile Heskey at Aston Villa. Having being reborn under Fabio Capello with England – who chose to keep faith with him when the rest of us had long since run out of it – Heskey's failing to hold down a regular place at Villa Park this season; and with the World Cup looming he could well instigate a move this January. And finally there's Sol Campbell. Remember him? Great career at Arsenal, not so great at Spurs, distinctly mediocre at Portsmouth and frankly none existent at Notts County. Well, he's back on the transfer market after wriggling out of any remaining Notts County contractual agreements and has been mooted to be interested in a shock return to former stomping ground, Arsenal. An even bigger shock – subsequently categorically ruled out by a bemused Sir Alex – was Manchester United's interest, while Wigan Athletic look the most obvious candidates for his 'experienced' services to football.
Less spectacular names being linked to January moves to the Premier League include Kevin Kuranyi – rumoured to be attracting interest from Birmingham City and Blackburn Rovers – and Maynor Figueroa who's a dead cert to rock up at Sunderland in the new year. That's if you're to believe what SkyBet are saying as they draw up their annual January transfer specials that centre on which footballers could be on the move during the first month of the new year.