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Giggs evens to manage in Premier League in 2016

| 03.07.2016
CORAL ENHANCED ACCAS

Ryan Giggs is even money with bookmaker Coral to manage in the Premier League in 2016 after leaving Manchester United after 29 years at the club. The Welshman is odds-on at 1-5 to take charge of any club in England this year, while the firm make him 3-1 to be the next Wales manager.

In the next England manager market, Jurgen Klinsmann remains popular with Coral who make him their 5-1 favourite, Glenn Hoddle is second best in the betting at 6-1 and Sam Allardyce can be backed at 8-1.

Elsewhere, Paul Pogba is odds-on at 5-6 with Coral to sign for Real Madrid as his next club, Dimitri Payet is 5-2 to move to Real, while Chelsea top the betting at 11-10 to re-sign Romelu Lukaku from Everton.

*Manager specials

**Next England manager

5 Jurgen Klinsmann, 6 Glenn Hoddle, 8 Sam Allardyce, 14 Gareth Southgate, 16 Laurent Blanc, Harry Redknapp, 20 Eddie Howe, Arsene Wenger, 25 Bar

**Ryan Giggs specials

1-5 To manage any club in England in 2016, Evs To manage a Premier League in 2016, 3 To be the next Wales manager

*Player specials

**Will Lionel Messi play international football for Argentina again?

9-4 Yes, 1-3 No

*Transfer specials

**Saido Berahino’s next club

Evs Stoke, 5-2 Southampton, 6 Tottenham, 7 West Ham, 10 Newcastle, 11 Leicester, 20 Swansea, 25 Bar

**Gareth Bale’s next club

4-5 Manchester United, 5 Chelsea, 7 Bayern Munich, Manchester City, 10 PSG, 33 Liverpool, 40 Bar

**Christian Benteke’s next club

2 West Ham, 5 Leicester, 7 Everton, 12 Arsenal, 16 Swansea, 20 Juventus, 25 Bar

 

**Gonzalo Higuain’s next club

5-2 Liverpool, 4 Arsenal, PSG, 11-2 Chelsea, 7 Manchester City, 8 Manchester United, 12 Atletico Madrid, Juventus, 14 Tottenham, 20 Bar

**Harry Kane’s next club

7-4 Manchester United, Real Madrid, 6 Barcelona, Manchester City, 8 Chelsea, 10 Bar

**Paul Pogba’s next club

5-6 Real Madrid, 9-4 Manchester United, 4 Chelsea, 6 Manchester City, 7 Barcelona, 25 PSG. Others on request.

**Romelu Lukaku’s next club

11-10 Chelsea, 6 Arsenal, Manchester United, 8 Borussia Dortmund, 9 PSG, 10 Barcelona, Real Madrid, 16 Juventus, 25 Bayern Munich, 33 Arsenal, 40 Bar

**Riyad Mahrez’s next club

3 Arsenal, 4 Real Madrid, 9-2 Barcelona, 11-2 Manchester City, 6 PSG, 8 Chelsea, Manchester United, 10 Juventus, 16 Tottenham, 20 Bar

**Dimitri Payet’s next club

5-2 Real Madrid, 7-2 Barcelona, Chelsea, 9-2 PSG, 8 Manchester City, 14 Arsenal, Manchester United, 20 Bar

**Cristiano Ronaldo’s next club

5-4 Manchester United, 6-4 PSG, 8 Sporting Lisbon, 10 Bayern Munich, 14 Chelsea, 16 LA Galaxy, Manchester City, 80 Bar

**John Stones’ next club

Evs Manchester City, 9-4 Chelsea, 5-2 Manchester United, 14 Barcelona, 20 Arsenal, Real Madrid, 33 Bar

**Theo Walcott’s next club

2 West Ham, 9-4 Liverpool, 7 Chelsea, 10 Leicester, 16 Southampton, 20 Everton, Stoke, 33 Tottenham. Others on request.

*Other specials

**Ballon d’or winner 2016

5-4 Cristiano Ronaldo, 6-4 Lionel Messi, 8 Luis Suarez, 12 Gareth Bale, 14 Neymar, 16 Thomas Muller, 20 Antoine Griezmann, 25 Paul Pogba, 33 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

Further contact information:

John Hill 07889 645520

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John Hill

John is the newest member of the PR team having joined in April 2014. In his previous role he worked as a broadcaster where he could be heard building up to the action in horse racing, greyhounds and a range of sports.
As a PR manager he will be responsible for Coral's news website providing the latest market movers , as well as various other media relations, including Box Nation and RPGTV.
John is a proud Rochdale fan having been born in the town which has produced the likes of Gracie Fields and Lisa Stansfield.