It looks like it's time to put your shirt on Gareth Bale moving to Real Madrid: as of Friday lunchtime bookies are now 97 per cent convinced that the Welshman is going to leave Spurs to join the Bernabeu.
Yet while the deal appears certain, there's enough room for doubt to suggest that the 1/41 odds on offer might offer a bit of value for those wishing to bet against the move going ahead via Betfair.
Friday's papers claim that Anzhi Makhachkala's Brazilian star Willian could now be hijacked by Chelsea. While Willian isn't a like-for-like replacement, he is Spurs' nearest thing to a new Bale in the sense that he'd be expected to score and create goals from midfield.
Some media reports - including the Daily Mail - are claiming that the Bale sale could be halted by Spurs if Willian goes to the Blues. And with Chelsea odds on favourites at 1/2 to sign the Brazilian, there might be more than three per cent doubt about Bale's move. Though probably not that much more doubt.
Wayne Rooney is an even shorter price to move to Stamford Bridge at 5/11, meaning that he's almost a GCSE grade A percentage to be based in London by September 2nd. But with Samuel Eto'o also a short price to move to Chelsea, we suspect that the bookies will be laughing all the way to the bank since surely not more than one of the strikers will move to Jose Mourinho's team.
Other interesting odds to note? John Terry isn't far off 50/50 to move to Monaco, while Joey Barton has a 40 per cent chance of moving back to his home city of Liverpool, as an Everton player.
Surely both of those moves could only be great! Right?
Down the lower reaches of the table, there's more bad news for Arsenal - who are given just a 16.7% chance of signing Michu from Swansea. In fact, the only player bookies thinkArsenal have a 50% chance of getting is Michu's team-mate Ashley Williams.