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Nigel Pearson now odds-on to get Aston Villa job

Nigel Pearson has been cut into 4-7 (from 11-10) by bookmaker Coral to be the next permanent Aston Villa manager following a sustained gamble on the former Leicester boss over the last 24 hours.

Elsewhere in Coral’s managerial markets, the firm has seen some support for Jose Mourinho’s next club being PSG after their exit in the Champions League in which Coral is offering 5-1, with Manchester United being the 8-11 favourites to secure his services.

After his impressive performance against Barcelona last night, Frenchman Antoine Griezmann is 2-1 with Coral to join Chelsea as his next club, 4-1 to move to Manchester City and 4-1 to be signed by French champions PSG.

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has been linked with a move away from Chelsea in the summer. The Belgium international is odds-on at 4-7 to move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.

In the betting to make the England squad for Euro 2016, Marcus Rashford has been trimmed into 10-1 (from 12-1) to secure a spot on the plane to France after his goal against West Ham last night.

*Premier League specials

**PFA Player of the Year

2-5 Riyad Mahrez, 12-5 Jamie Vardy, 10 N’Golo Kante, 12 Harry Kane, 33 Dimitri Payet, Mesut Ozil.

**PFA Young Player of the Year

1-4 Dele Alli, 11-4 Harry Kane, 25 Romelu Lukaku, 40 Ross Barkley, 50 Jack Butland, Philippe Coutinho.

**LMA Manager of the Year

1-12 Claudio Ranieri, 8 Mauricio Pochettino, 25 Slaven Bilic, 33 Arsene Wenger, Manuel Pellegrini, 50 Eddie Howe, 66 Alan Pardew, 100 Bar.

*Manager specials

**Jose Mourinho’s next club

8-11 Manchester United, 5 PSG, 7 Real Madrid, 12 Portugal, 14 Porto, 16 Inter Milan, 20 England, Juventus, Tottenham, 25 AC Milan, Arsenal, 50 Brazil.

**Louis van Gaal to be manager of Manchester United in their last Premier League game of this season

1-6 Yes, 7-2 No

** Louis van Gaal to be manager of Manchester United in their first Premier League game of the 2016/17 season

11-10 Yes, 4-6 No

**Next Aston Villa manager

4-7 (from 6-4) Nigel Pearson, 6 Mick McCarthy, 8 Steve Bruce, 12 David Moyes, 20 Chris Coleman, 25 Chris Hughton, Gareth Southgate, Neil Warnock, Ryan Giggs, 28 Garry Monk, Kevin MacDonald, 33 Bar.

**Next Manchester United manager

1-4 Jose Mourinho, 3 Mauricio Pochettino, 7 Ryan Giggs, 10 Ronald Koeman, 16 Laurent Blanc, 20 Sir Alex Ferguson, 25 Diego Simeone, Fabio Capello, Mark Hughes, 28 Antonio Conte, 33 Bar.

*Transfer specials

**Gareth Bale’s next club

4-5 Manchester United, 5 Chelsea, 7 Bayern Munich, Manchester City, 10 PSG, 33 Liverpool, 40 Arsenal, Juventus, Tottenham.

**Antoine Griezmann’s next club

2 Chelsea, 4 Manchester City, PSG, 9-2 Bayern Munich, 8 Barcelona, Manchester United, 10 Real Madrid, 16 Arsenal, 20 Juventus.

**Eden Hazard’s next club

4-7 Real Madrid, 2 PSG, 15-2 Barcelona, 8 Bayern Munich, Manchester City, 16 Juventus, Manchester United, 20 Arsenal.

**Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s club after summer transfer window

9-4 Manchester United, 3 PSG, 8 Chelsea, 10 LA Galaxy, Any Chinese club, 12 AC Milan, 20 Arsenal, 25 New York City FC, New York City Red Bulls, 33 Bar.

**Harry Kane’s next club

7-4 Manchester United, Real Madrid, 6 Barcelona, Manchester City, 8 Chelsea.

**Cristiano Ronaldo’s next club

Evs Manchester United, 2 PSG, 8 sporting Lisbon, 10 Bayern Munich, 14 Chelsea, 16 LA Galaxy, Manchester City, 80 Barcelona.

**John Stones’ next club

Evs Chelsea, 9-4 Manchester City, 4 Manchester United, 14 Barcelona, 20 Arsenal, Real Madrid, 33 PSG.

**John Terry’s next club

3 New York Red Bulls, 4 LA Galaxy, Manchester United, 11-2 New York City FC, 6 Any Chinese club, 10 Orlando City, 12 Portland Timbers, PSG, 14 Colombus Crew, Vancouver Whitecaps, 20 Bar.

*Euro 2016 specials

**To make England Euro 2016 squad

1-50 Joe Hart, 1-25 Harry Kane, 1-16 Fraser Forster, Wayne Rooney, 1-14 Jamie Vardy, 1-12 Gary Chaill, Chris Smalling, 1-10 Dele Alli, James Milner, 1-9 Raheem Sterling, 1-8 Ross Barkley, 1-6 Eric Dier, Danny Rose, John Stones, 1-5 Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana, Daniel Sturridge, 1-4 Danny Welbeck, 1-3 Ryan Bertrand, 4-9 Tom Heaton, 1-2 Danny Drinkwater, Phil Jagielka, 4-7 Ben Foster, 8-13 Theo Walcott, 4-6 Jordan Henderson, Kyle Walker, Jack Wilshere, 11-8 Phil Jones, 6-4 Fabian Delph, 5-2 Leighton Baines, 3 Michael Carrick, 4 Alex Oxlader-Chamberlain, Luke Shaw, 6 Kieran Gibbs, 8 Jonjo Shelvey, 10 Andy Carroll, Marcus Rashford, Andros Townsend, 16 Bar.

**To start vs Russia in England’s Euro 2016 opener

1-25 Joe Hart, 1-12 Harry Kane, 1-4 Dele Alli, Chris Smalling, 1-3 Eric Dier, 4-11 Gary Cahill, 1-2 Raheem Sterling, 8-13 Nathaniel Clyne, Danny Rose, 4-6 Wayne Rooney, 8-11 James Milner, 10-11 Danny Welbeck, Evs John Stones, 5-4 Adam Lallana, Kyle Walker, 7-4 Ross Barkley, Jamie Vardy, 2 Danny Drinkwater, Jordan Henderson, Daniel Sturridge, Jack Wilshere, 9-4 Ryan Bertrand, 3 Theo Walcott, 5 Phil Jagielka, 7 Leighton Baines, 8 Phil Jones, 10 Bar.

**England to be knocked out on penalties

7-1

*Other specials

**Ballon d’or winner 2016

Evs Lionel Messi, 5-2 Cristiano Ronaldo, 8 Luis Suarez, 12 Neymar, 25 Gareth Bale, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller, 33 Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba, James Rodriguez, 40 Bar.

**Who will host the 2026 World Cup?

4 Canada, 13-2 Mexico, 13-2 Colombia, 8 USA, 12 England, 16 Morocco, 20 Australia/New Zealand, 33 Kazakhstan.

ENDS

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