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John Terry 5-2 to make move to the MLS

John Terry is 5-2 with bookmaker Coral to move to any MLS club as his next destination as speculation increases about the future of the former England international at Stamford Bridge. Terry is 7-2 to go any Chinese club and 14-1 to join up with Jose Mourinho once again at Manchester United.

Elsewhere, Celtic are the 4-1 favourites to land the services of Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard is 5-1 to join Australian side Melbourne City and the free-agent Joey Barton is 4-1 to sign a deal with Derby.

Despite his side throwing away a 2-0 lead last night in a home friendly against Spain, Gareth Southgate is now as short as 1-16 to get the England job on a permanent basis.

**John Terry’s next club
5-2 Any MLS club, 7-2 Any Chinese club, 14 Manchester United, 20 West Ham, 25 Newcastle.

**Steven Gerrard’s next club
4 Celtic, 5 Any Spanish club, 6 Any Italian club, Liverpool, 8 Any London club, 10 Any French club, 16 Any German club, 20 Newcastle, 33 Any Manchester club

**Frank Lampard’s next club
5 Melbourne City, 7 Any MLS club, 8 Chelsea, 10 Crystal Palace, 16 Celtic, Manchester United, West Ham, 33-1 Newcastle

**Joey Barton’s next club
3 Derby, 4 Aston Villa, 6 Burnley, 10 Any MLS club, 16 Peterborough, 20 Cardiff, Any Chinese club, 50 Celtic

*England specials

*Next permanent England manager
1-16 Gareth Southgate, 14 Arsene Wenger, 20 Roberto Mancini, Alan Pardew,  25 Bar

**2018 World qualification
8-11 To remain unbeaten in Group F

*Manager specials

**Gordon Strachan to still be in charge of Scotland on 31st December, 2016
3 Yes, 2-9 No

**Steven Gerrard to be next Liverpool manager
8-1

**Jose Mourinho to be Manchester United manager on the opening day of the 2017/18 Premier League season
1-3 Yes, 9-4 No

**Next Premier League manager to leave
11-8 David Moyes, 2 Bob Bradley, 13-2 Mike Phelan, 7 Alan Pardew, 10 Slaven Bilic, 12 Walter Mazzarri, 20 Eddie Howe, Aitor Karanka, 22 Mark Hughes, Tony Pulis, 25 Bar

**Who will be named FIFA World Coach of the Year for 2016?
4-6 Claudio Ranieri, 5-2 Fernando Santos, 7 Zinedine Zidane, 10 Chris Coleman, 25 Luis Enrique, 33 Pep Guardiola, 40 Bar

*Team specials

**Manchester United to win a major trophy in 2016/17 season
Evs Yes, 8-11 No

**Sunderland to either equal or break the Premier League record low points tally this season (11 points)
11-1

**Swansea, Hull and Sunderland to all be relegated this season
7-2

**Manchester City team trophies
8-13 To win a major trophy, 6-5 Not to win a major trophy, 20 Premier League and Champions League double

*Transfer specials

**Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s next club
5-2 Manchester City, 4 Arsenal, 5 Liverpool, 9 PSG, 10 Bayern Munich, 14 Chelsea, 16 Real Madrid, 20 Barcelona, Manchester United

**Memphis Depay’s next club
2 Everton, 6 AC Milan, Juventus, PSV, Roma, 10 Fenerbahce, Sevilla, Tottenham, 16 Monaco, Schalke, Valencia, 20 Marseille

**Cesc Fabregas’ next club
6-4 Juventus, 7-2 Real Madrid, 6 PSG, 7 Manchester United, 10 Bayern Munich, 12 Atletico Madrid, 16 Bar

**Lionel Messi’s next club
4 Manchester City, 5 Any MLS club, 7 Manchester United, 10 Any Chinese club, Chelsea, PSG, 12 Bayern Munich,

**James Rodriguez’s next club
11-4 PSG, 10-3 Arsenal, 4 Chelsea, PSG, 20 Manchester United, West Ham, 25 Bar

**Wayne Rooney’s next club
11-4 Any MLS club, 4 Everton, 8 Any Chinese club, 16 Monaco, 20 Chelsea, Newcastle, PSG, 33 Arsenal. Real Madrid.

**Yaya Toure’s next club
9-4 Any MLS club, 3 Any Chinese club, 4 Any Qatari club, 10 Any UAE club, 14 PSG, 20 Inter Milan, Juventus, 25 AC Milan, 33 Arsenal

*Others on request on next club markets

*Other specials

**Ballon d’or winner 2016
1-10 Cristiano Ronaldo, 6 Lionel Messi, 8 Antoine Griezmann, 10 Luis Suarez, 16 Neymar, 20 Gareth Bale, 33 Bar

ENDS

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