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Alvaro Morata now 6/4 to not join Man United this summer

| 04.07.2017

Manchester United could be heading for a subdued summer, according to the latest odds.

With reports of a transfer rift between Jose Mourinho and Ed Woodward at Old Trafford, United have made one summer signing so far.

Their pursuit of Alvaro Morata rumbles on, but it’s now just 6/4 that the Spaniard does not join the Red Devils this summer, having been as short as 1/10 to sign less than two weeks ago.

It means United could struggle to fill Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s boots next season, and 2/1 says none of their players reaches double figures in the Premier League.

The news has had an impact on United’s top four hopes too, with our odds-compilers trimming their odds of finishing outside the leading quartet from 3/1 to 9/4.

And could this be the beginning of the end for Jose Mourinho at the Theatre of Dreams? 5/2 says the Special One is sent packing before the 2018-19 campaign gets underway.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “Man United appear to be enduring a summer of discontent, and the latest odds suggest things could yet get worse for Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.”

Victor Lindelof is United’s sole summer signing thus far, with the defender arriving from Benfica for £30m.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

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Morata not to sign for Man United this summer – 6/4 

Matic not to sign for Man United this summer – 9/4 

Matic AND Morata NOT to sign for United this summer – 25/1

David de Gea to leave this summer – 5/2

Wayne Rooney to leave this summer – 1/5

Paul Pogba to leave this summer – 5/1

Alvaro Morata to stay at Real Madrid – 4/1

Nemanja Matic to stay at Chelsea – 8/1

Mourinho to leave United before end of 17-18 season – 8/1

Mourinho to leave United before start of 18-19 season – 5/2

Man United to finish outside of the top four – 9/4

No Man United player to score 10+ league goals next season – 2/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.