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Neymar to Manchester United: Odds, Latest Betting Props

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Dec/01/2016

The latest Neymar to Manchester United transfer special betting prop odds were coming in at 6/4, however, there were other clubs still in contention with favorable odds.

Manchester City was at 5/1 odds, Real Madrid at 16/1 while Chelsea and PSG were each coming in at much longer 20/1 odds.

Neymar odds of joining Man Utd by summer’s end were at 10/1 while transferring this January would pay out US$3300 on a US$100 bet.

These odds were available amidst reports that Man Utd manager Jose Mourinho has been linked with £180 million move for Neymar that could come sooner than later, according to reports that surfaced this week.

Headlines rang out in the Daily Record Thursday proclaiming that Manchester United has been given the green light for a “big money” signing this January.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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