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Deadline Day: The state of play in the Premier League

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It’s Deadline Day and it’s shaping up to be a busy and dramatic day in the Premier League.

Alexis Sanchez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Riyad Mahrez and Ross Barkley are just some of the names tipped to make a last-ditch transfer.

Coral has all the odds for the latest transfer action, so here’s how things stand…

Alexis Sanchez

Arsenal’s star man is 8/15 to be a Manchester City player by 11pm tonight, with 5/4 saying he ends up staying put at the Gunners.

But the Chilean was 4/11 to join the Citizens yesterday, suggesting a move to Pep Guardiola’s side might be slipping away.

Riyad Mahrez

The Leicester City winger is reportedly sat at a Paris airport waiting for a deadline day move. But according to the Foxes, no new bids have come in.

Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Roma have all been linked, but the Algerian is 8/11 odds-on to remain with the 2015-16 Premier League champions.

Ross Barkley

It seems unlikely Ross Barkley will play for Everton again under Ronald Koeman, so it may concern the England international that he’s odds-on at 5/6 to stay at Goodison Park.

Should the midfielder move on, then Chelsea are the frontrunners at 6/5, with Tottenham the only other interested party at 4/1.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

With traders no longer pricing up the 24-year-old’s move, this is one deal which looks done and dusted.

Arsenal and Liverpool have agreed a £40m deal, and all that’s left is a medical and to agree personal terms.

Philippe Coutinho

Liverpool have just one more day to hold on to Philippe Coutinho, having defended Barcelona’s advances all summer.

But the odds suggest it’s a close-run thing. Coutinho is 4/5 to stay at Anfield, but just 10/11 to team-up with Lionel Messi and co in Spain.

Thomas Lemar

And should Coutinho go, Monaco’s Thomas Lemar is the man Liverpool look set to turn to.

The Frenchman is just 11/10 with Coral to make the move to Merseyside in the next few hours.

Danny Drinkwater

Mahrez isn’t the only Leicester player haggling for a move. Danny Drinkwater has handed in a transfer request too.

The holding midfielder is 1/3 to join Chelsea, where Antonio Conte is still seeking a replacement for Nemanja Matic. It’s 2/1 Drinkwater stays put.

Click here for the latest transfer odds from Coral.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing