Euro 2020 is not just an international tournament that has betting tipsters and media pundits raving but is also a chance for England’s best talent to showcase itself to scouts and managers around the world. Plenty of Premier League players have been involved in the Euro 2020 betting lines with many of them looking to manufacture big money moves once the tournament ends. Here are some of the ones whose stock has risen immeasurably thanks to eye catching performances throughout June and July.
This Aston Villa defender played his way into England 1 team reckoning by exceeding expectations in the Premier League and he has not looked back since, helping the Three Lions keep three clean sheets in the group stages.
He will now be on the shopping lists of a good number of top European clubs, who will be wowed by his athletic prowess and calm decision-making abilities.
They are the quiet men of the England midfield and yet they have all the top English clubs clamouring after their services.
Phillips has been no end under the guidance of Leeds Utd’s Marcelo Bielsa and Declan Rice appears to have done the same working with David Moyes. Both West Ham and Leeds will be expected to cash in on their prized assets.
There is already a £100m bid on the table from Man City and it is not beyond the realms of possibility that other teams will join the bidding as well. This is all despite the Spurs forward forgetting to bring his shooting boots with him to the Euros.
When you have a Premier League scoring record like Kane does, even a poor international tournament can see your value increase.
Still only 26 years of age, it feels like Raheem Sterling has been around forever. The England striker has been one of the first names on the team sheet for Gareth Southgate and so has been voicing his unease at the lack of game time he is receiving at Man City.
With Kane surely about to arrive at the Etihad, it could be time for Sterling to move on and haunt Guardiola as a regular starter for one of City’s main Premier League rivals. He may even be tempted abroad, where he can escape the attention of the British media, who always seem to have it in for him.