We all know who is linked with a move this summer - but it's harder to know just how likely the big transfers really are.
So we use betting patterns each to compile a list of transfer probabilities.
You rarely see a poor bookie and that's because, aside from the occasional clanger, the oddsmakers usually get this sort of thing right.
Most of the odds don't offer the option of the player staying at his current club but for some of the bigger potential deals this price is in place.
Therefore it is interesting to have an extra closer look at these deals and according to the bookmakers it is MORE LIKELY that Wayne Rooney will be a Chelsea player than a Manchester United come the end of the transfer window.
The best price you can get on Rooney being a Chelsea player is 4/7 while it is best-priced 13/8 he stays at Manchester United.
Likewise, the bookmakers think there is a big chance that Luis Suarez does go to Arsenal. You can get evens on such a deal while it is 7/4 he stays at Liverpool. Real Madrid are still in the hunt at 3/1 but if you a put a gun to a bookmaker's head, they would reckon Suarez will be an Arsenal player come September.
Odds are given for each player's shortest-priced move, though many are linked with multiple clubs.
Information via Oddschecker.com