Just some Josh King next club tips
FootyOn look at Josh King next club tips as the Norway forward is linked with leaving Bournemouth for a Tottenham transfer and there is also rumoured Everton interest.
A return of 16 Premier League goals in 36 games for the Cherries is evidence that King is finally delivering on his potential.
Once on the books of Manchester United, the 25-year-old insists he remains focused on Bournemouth.
Suitors will be knocking on the door at Dean Court, however, and that has prompted Sky Bet to price up a market on King’s future.
Although opening up odds-on at 8/11 to stay on the south coast, the Cherries could cash in if the price is right.
Check out our Josh King next club tips below…
Tottenham transfer offers plenty
Guaranteed Champions League football and all your home games at Wembley next season; why wouldn’t you sign for Spurs?
Head coach Mauricio Pochettino remains committed to the club as they depart White Hart Lane.
Provided they can resist the customary interest in their key players from top teams they are competing with, then Tottenham are a hot prospect both in Premier League and European terms.
One area where Spurs are lacking is striking alternatives to Premier League top scorer Harry Kane.
The goal burden has fallen on the England frontman for some time now and this is the third consecutive season he’s hit 20 or more league goals.
Tottenham have the goals of box-to-box midfielder Dele Alli and guile of Denmark playmaker Christian Eriksen in support, but more options are needed in attack because of the upcoming continental campaign.
Like South Korea international Son Heung-Min, King is a versatile forward and 5/1 to sign for Spurs before the summer is over.
Everton interest linked to Lukaku?
Ambitious Everton face a similar dilemma to Tottenham over top teams potentially poaching their best players.
Romelu Lukaku, one of the Premier League’s leading marksmen with 24, could leave Goodison Park despite firing the Toffees into the Europa League.
Again, like with Spurs, there is a real reliance on one striker to get the goals at this club.
Ross Barkley, whose own future on Merseyside is in doubt unless he signs a new contract, is Everton’s next top scorer with just five.
Although Ronald Koeman has an option to sign West Ham United and Ecuador forward Enner Valencia permanently, he has seldom started games.
If you combine all the league goals of Toffees attackers other than Lukaku, then King has outscored them this term.
Rumoured Everton interest is also 5/1 to firm up and translate into bringing him to Goodison, where Scandinavian talents have often turned up.
Would King solve West Ham striker shortage
The Hammers have struggled this season, and not just because Slaven Bilic lost Dimitri Payet.
Getting their frontmen fit has been a real issue for West Ham during their maiden campaign in the Olympic Stadium.
Target man Andy Carroll’s injury problems are well-documented, but Senegal striker Diafra Sakho has also spent almost all of this term on the treatment table.
Ghana forward Andre Ayew also missed chunks of the campaign, first with a hamstring problem and then on international duty at the Africa Cup of Nations.
You get the picture. It has left Bilic relying on supporting cast duo Manuel Lanzini and Michail Antonio, who have netted 17 league goals between them.
Expecting young Ashley Fletcher to step up to this level immediately was asking too much, while loan signings Jonathan Calleri and Sofiane Feghouli have been found wanting.
King could be the answer to the Hammers’ problems, then, and is 7/1 to sign for them in this transfer window.
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