Daily Transfer Odds Round-up
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The Arsenal and England midfielder is a transfer target for Premier League new boys Wolves.
Having clinched automatic promotion from the Championship last weekend, Wolves are plotting their summer recruitment to prepare for life back in the top flight.
Wilshere will be a free agent this summer if he does not sign a new contract at Arsenal, where he has been offered a "long-term" deal according to manager Arsene Wenger.
Reports suggest Wilshere has been offered a lower basic salary to remain at Arsenal, with talks seemingly at an impasse despite the contract being on the table for some time.
Having struggled for fitness during the past three years, culminating in spending last season on loan at Bournemouth, the 26-year-old has firmly re-established himself in Wenger's side in recent months.
That led to an England recall and, although Wilshere was forced to withdraw from the squad for the March friendlies against Holland and Italy with a minor knee injury, Wenger believes the player's future will be sorted soon.
"I cannot give you any news because I don't really know what is in his mind," the Frenchman said when asked for an update on Wilshere's contract wrangle.
"He has an offer that is on a long-term contract basically, and I hope that at some stage he will sign it.
"I think he will make his decision before the end of the season. He will not want to go to the World Cup and not have settled his situation because that would not be reasonable as well I think. He has the freedom to make that decision, he knows I want him to stay."
Wilshere will not be short of offers from elsewhere, though, and he is 7/1 to join Wolves.
Everton remain the favourites to sign Wilshere at 3/1 ahead of Bournemouth (6/1), while the player can also be backed to join West Ham (9/1) or AC Milan (11/1).
Wolves are planning to strengthen their squad but they look set to have a fight on their hands to keep hold of their star player.
Having joined last summer in a £15.8million deal, Neves has been a revelation and clearly deserves to be playing at a higher level.
Wolves will hope their promotion persuades Neves to stay but rumours of a proposed bid from Liverpool are growing, while Manchester United are also believed to be closely watching his progress in England.
Neves caught the eye recently with his wonder goal against Derby, prompting Rams boss Gary Rowett to say that Neves should be playing for "one of the top four teams" in England.
That is reflected in the transfer betting with Liverpool now 3/1 to sign Neves ahead of United at 13/2, while odds on Tottenham (7/1) and Chelsea (11/1) are also available.
Martial appears to be in high demand from overseas clubs after falling out of favour at Manchester United.
The 22-year-old has struggled to make the starting XI since the arrival of Alexis Sanchez - but has caught the eye of both Lyon and Juventus.
Both clubs are set to enter the race for the forward, with Lyon tipped for a potential loan move ahead of a permanent deal.
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