Arsene Wenger has said that regardless of whether he leaves Arsenal or not, he will still be managing next season.
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William Hill have slashed the odds on Arsene Wenger leaving Arsenal by the start of next season from Even money to 4/7 overnight.
Following Barcelona’s horrendous defeat in Paris, William Hill are offering 1/2 that manager, Luis Enrique, is no longer boss come the start of next season.
William Hill have cut the odds of Bournemouth being relegated from 8/1 to 13/2 after their defeat to Manchester City while Manchester City are 8/1 second favourites to win the Premier League behind Chelsea who have been eased from 1/8 to 1/7 after their lead was cut to eight points at the top of the table.
The last 12 months have certainly been a rollercoaster ride for Leicester City and their fans with the team obviously picking up an unlikely, 5000/1 Premier League title last summer, however now, normal service has been resumed.
Chelsea’s odds of winning the Premier League have been eased ever so slightly after their draw with Burnley.
With the resignation of Mark Warburton as Rangers manager, William Hill swiftly priced up the odds for who might replace him.
Leicester’s progression into round five of the FA Cup, meant that there is potentially the most punter friendly set of fixtures ever seen in the competition – on paper, certainly.
The ticker tape parades and Andrea Bochelli serenades are but a distant memory for Leicester City and defeat to Derby County on Wednesday evening could spell the end of a momentous year and a half in charge for Claudio Ranieri.
Claudio Ranieri has drifted from 4/7 to 5/6 to be the Leicester manager on day one of next season. He has also been trimmed from 6/4 to 11/8 to be the next manager to leave his role.