Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines can both be backed to follow the expected lead of David Moyes by switching Everton for Manchester United this summer.
Moyes is the red-hot favourite to take the reins at Old Trafford after Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed that the curtain will come down on his glorious 27-year tenure at the end of the season.
And with the deal rumoured to be announced imminently, United fans are already looking ahead to their new manager’s plans for the summer transfer window – and we’ve opened some specials that you can see right here.
Fellaini and Baines have both excelled for the Scot during his largely successful stint on Merseyside and Everton will surely be reluctant to let either player leave.
However, bwin punters can get a price of 13/4 on Fellaini, who has scored 11 Premier League goals this term, making a big-money switch to United in the coming weeks.
Reds fans have been crying out for a new central midfielder for years – the last one they signed was Owen Hargreaves in 2007 – and the talented, combative former Standard Liege man certainly appears to fit the bill.
Baines, for his part, has long been admired at Old Trafford and could be viewed as a replacement for the aging Patrice Evra, with Alexander Buttner unlikely to be trusted to assume the left-back position in the long term.
The England international has impressed consistently with his tireless displays for the Toffees and was recently recognised by his peers by being named in the PFA Team of the Year.
Baines, whose crossing and set-piece delivery would be a major asset to the Reds, is available at 3/1 to join the newly-crowned champions this summer.
In other words, new customers backing him to make the switch with their free £20 bet would pocket winnings of £80 if the former Wigan Athletic man becomes a United player on or before September 1st, 2013.
Punters who reckon United will launch a successful double swoop for Fellaini and Baines can also back this eventuality at a tempting-looking 8/1, while we go 4/5 that neither joins the Reds this summer.