Wantaway Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne is being widely tipped by bookmakers to make a return to Crystal Palace this summer.
Former Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson will be prioritising a right-back signing after losing Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United, and Clyne is the odds-on favourite to fill that hole.
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Sky Bet are backing Palace to re-sign the 28-year-old at the short price of 4/5, with the next most probable destination being West Ham United at 18/1.
Trent Alexander-Arnold’s remarkable uprise at Anfield has seen Clyne blocked out of Jurgen Klopp’s plans and he spent last term on loan at Bournemouth – 20/1 to sign him permanently.
The 19-year-old has been ever-present as Liverpool notched up their highest-ever Premier League points tally and won the Champions League, with big thanks to his genius corner kick in the semi-final against Barcelona.
His impressive exploits have made Clyne a bit of a neglected man on Merseyside, but hopefully, he can get his career back on track if he does leave for Selhurst Park.
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In October 2016, Alexander-Arnold made his first-team debut in a League Cup win at Spurs and a few weeks later bagged a long-term contract.
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