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- Kalvin Phillips is 6/4 to sign for Newcastle this January with the player’s future in the air
- Phillips has also been linked with a loan move to Juventus in the winter transfer window
- Newcastle are firmly in the race to finish in the Top 4 at the end of the season
Kalvin Phillips is 6/4 to sign for Newcastle this January with the player’s future in the air
Manchester City midfielder Kalvin Phillips is now 6/4 with bookmakers to sign for Newcastle United this January with an array of transfer markets now available for the upcoming transfer window.
Phillips has struggled for minutes ever since he moved to the Etihad from Leeds United with Pep Guardiola regularly talking about him in his press conferences.
Guardiola has discussed Phillips' weight at times declaring that the midfielder has been overweight and this negativity means that he could be leaving City in January for the next step in his career.
Newcastle are the current favourites to sign Phillips with Eddie Howe looking for cover following midfielder Sandro Tonali’s recent ban and it could well be the English midfielder that signs for the Toon in the upcoming window.
Phillips will also be looking for minutes ahead of the Euro 2024 tournament next summer with Gareth Southgate clearly putting him as a big part of his team after still calling him up multiple times despite his minutes lacking at City.
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Phillips has also been linked with a loan move to Juventus in the winter transfer window
Juventus have been linked with a move for Kalvin Phillips and were the favourites to sign the midfielder early this month as reported by OLBG.
Reports in Italian publication Gazzetta dello Sport said that Juventus met with Manchester City's representatives in regards to a move for the player.
The Old Lady’s odds had shortened into 2/1 to sign Phillips in January but those odds have since drifted slightly out to 9/4 with Newcastle’s odds shortening from 5/1 to the 6/4 they’re at now.
Newcastle are firmly in the race to finish in the Top 4 at the end of the season
Newcastle are expected to remain in the race for the Top Four once again this season with bookies putting them at 6/4 to finish in the Champions League places once again.
It’s unclear as of yet if there will be a Top 5 rather than a Top 4 this season with the Champions League expanding by an extra four teams next campaign and those extra places are yet to be decided.
2 places go to the best performing leagues in Europe this season with the rankings based on coefficients and in England’s case it would go to 5th place in the Premier League table.
1 place goes to the fifth ranked UEFA coefficient league to basically give another spot to the average performing team in the league.
1 place goes to the qualifying path for champions with this route not being applicable for the top 10 leagues as they do not go through qualifying.
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