There has been plenty of speculation about who Man Utd will and won't sign this summer and it can often be frustrating hearing all the links in the newspapers only for nothing to materialise. A much better gauge of who is going where can be gained from looking at the bookies' transfer odds, as they are risking their own money on where the top players end up this summer. It seems inevitable that Man Utd will strengthen their midfield this season, with Scholes now retired and Giggs' playing days coming to an end there certainly needs to be some new faces to freshen things up but there is also a bit of a spark missing from the centre of midfield and one player who has been very strongly linked is Tottenham's Luka Modric. The Croatian is a very talented player and it is only his goalscoring that really needs any work for him to walk into most teams in the world. He would fit in well at United but he is 4/7 to stay at Spurs for another year, if he does move then Man Utd are favourites for his signature at 2/1. Modric would cost an arm and a leg considering he is on a long contract and Spurs don't want to sell, it might end up taking the best part of £40m to sign him (don't believe the £20m quoted in some newspapers) and a better signing at that sort of price would surely be Wesley Sneijder, who brings quality and plenty of goals to whatever side he plays for. Man Utd lead the pecking order to sign the Dutchman as they are 2/1 favourites to sign the joint top scorer from the World Cup and he could be the best bit of business United do this summer. There could be another winger heading to Old Trafford in the shape of Ashley Young and he rates a decent bet to leave Villa Park this summer as Villa won't want to lose the player for nothing next season when his contract is up. Young would be a decent option in many matches next season and United are favourites to sign the England winger at just 1/3 and just 1/5 with another bookie, Young should be considering United's most likely signing this summer. One player who looks to be on his way elsewhere though is Charlie Adam, the Scottish midfielder looks certain to leave Blackpool but Liverpool are favourites to sign him despite reported interest from Sir Alex Ferguson. All the latest transfer odds can be found on OLBG.com.