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Cristiano Ronaldo cut into 13-8 to win 2017 Ballon d’Or

| 19.04.2017

Cristiano Ronaldo has been cut into 13-8 (from 2-1) to win the 2017 Ballon d’Or following his performance for Real Madrid in yesterday’s victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Lionel Messi remains the odds-on favourite at 10-11, while Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic is 11-2.

Elsewhere, Craig Shakespeare is odds-on at 1-2 not to be manager of Leicester for the opening game of the 2017/18 Premier League campaign after his side’s exit from the Champions League last night and 6-4 to remain in charge. Antoine Griezmann is odds-on at 4-6 to sign for Manchester United as his next club, while West Brom are the 7-4 favourites to secure the signature of John Terry this summer.

**2017 Ballon d’Or
10-11 Lionel Messi, 13-8 Cristiano Ronaldo, 11-2 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 6 Luis Suarez, 7 Antoine Griezmann, 8 Neymar, 16 Gareth Bale, 25 Robert Lewandowski, 33 Eden Hazard, 40 Bar

**Antoine Griezmann’s next club
4-6 Manchester United, 6 Chelsea, 8 Manchester City, 9 Barcelona, 12 PSG, 16 Bayern Munich, 20 Juventus

**John Terry’s next club
7-4 West Brom, 11-4 Bournemouth, 3 Any MLS club, 8 Brighton, 10 Any Chinese club, Crystal Palace, 16 Celtic, Newcastle,  33 Manchester United

**Craig Shakespear to be manager of Leicester of the opening day of the 2017/18 Premier League season
6-4 Yes, 1-2 No


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