Five MLS players who could move to the Premier League – Sports Mole

With the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic starting to be felt in all industries around the world, businesses at all levels are attempting to make plans with regards to their future, both in the short and long term. Given the vast amount of money involved in football and sports betting, especially at the elite level, teams around the globe will inevitably have to change their plans ahead of the next transfer window, placing a focus on balancing the books over signing the next big thing. Although that will naturally impact some of the sport’s star names, it throws open the possibility of largely unheralded players being provided with opportunities which they may not usually get, and that will realistically lead to players in the MLS receiving offers from the other side of the pond.

Just like you can take calculated gambles with online gambling sites in Canada selection, teams will be assessing whether it is worth taking a risk on Atlanta United striker Josef Martinez. A serious knee injury will lead to the Venezuela international spending much of the current MLS campaign on the sidelines, but the 26-year-old has long been in the sights of English teams having scored 90 goals from 103 appearances since 2017. Martinez has not necessarily impressed on the international scene with his country but his injury is likely to lead to a reduction in his asking price, something which