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Coral offer the best prices for teams to win respective European Leagues

With the new football season almost upon us, Coral will offer the best prices in the market for each team to win their respective leagues for a limited period of time, with no restrictions on the size of your stake. However, should you bet £5, you will receive a £20 free stake. What are waiting for, take advantage now!

Due to increased demand, based on statistical analysis and industry algorithmics for the offer of a unique market such as this, Coral urge their customers, both new and existing, to take advantage while they can, as there are no guarantees how long it will last.

This effectively means that if you fancy a punt on Real Madrid to strike back and win La Liga you will be guaranteed the best price of any other sports book. Carlo Ancelotti has strengthened significantly over the summer, bringing in attacking midfield maestro James Rodriguez from Monaco, adding to the signing of Toni Kroos, who they paid Bayern Munich just £20m for. As well as this clearly talented duo, goalkeeper Keylor Navas has arrived from Levante, having had an outstanding World Cup with Costa Rica, and will challenge for a starting spot at the Bernabeu.

In Germany, Bayern will be aiming to add a third Bundesliga victory in a row to their honour roll and, after the signing of Robert Lewandowski on a free transfer from rivals Borussia Dortmund, have considerably strengthened their goal threat. The striker scored 74 in the Bundesliga in 131 appearances for his old club, including 20 in 31 last term. With the likes of former teammate Mario Gotze, as well as Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery supplying him, there is no reason why he can’t fire his new club to glory next season.

If Juventus can keep all of their key players, they have a great chance. Although last term’s coach Antonio Conte left the club, and was subsequently appointed by the Italy national team, new boss Massimiliano Allegri is perfectly equipped to lead a title charge. They have added Patrice Evra to their ranks, in an attempt to shore up the backline, though the best bit of business will be if they manage to keep hold of star players such as Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal.

Last season’s Premier League champions Manchester City will be hoping to hold onto their crown, after Chelsea made serious signals of intent, signing Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas and Filipe Luis in a bid to bring the trophy back to Stamford Bridge. Arsenal are also in contention, after swelling their ranks with Alexis Sanchez, Mathieu Debuchy, Calum Chambers and David Ospina, and could yet make further forays into the market. It will perhaps be the most competitive league, with Manchester United, who appointed Louis van Gaal as manager, primed to dramatically improve on last campaign’s seventh place finish, while Liverpool have also added a host of talented players.

Meanwhile, PSG will battle it out with the rest of the league to top Ligue 1, Fulham will be bidding to win the Championship after spending £11m on striker Ross McCormack and new Celtic boss Ronny Deila wants the title as a minimum requirement.

With the new campaign imminent, take advantage of this fantastic offer while it is available. As always, enjoy your football!