David Beckhams contract with LA Galaxy is due to run out in November and William Hill think that his next contract will be in England offering 8/13 that he returns to these shores. With reported interest from PSG, Hills make France the 4/1 second favourite while he is 5/1 to stay in the US. Recent reports have suggested that Manchester United may be lining Becks up for a Sporting Directors role and Hills make him 12/1 to fill that role before the end of 2012.
Becks has never hidden the fact that he would love to return to Manchester United and while he may not be able to bend it as much as he used to, there may well be a seat with his name on in the upper echelons of Old Trafford, said Hills spokesman Joe Crilly.
With Carlos Tevez coming back off his suspension, William Hill do not hold out much hope of him staying put for too long and Hills are offering odds on who he will join next. He is 11/4 to move to Juventus and 4/1 to join Corinthians.
William Hill think that Wayne Rooney will only miss one match of the European Championships following his red card against Montenegro. He is offered at 2/5 for his ban to be set at one game, while he is 7/4 to be the recipient of at least a two game suspension.
Where will Beckhams next contract be: 8/13 England; 4/1 France; 5/1 USA; 7/1 Italy; 16/1 UAE; 20/1 Scotland; 25/1 Brazil; 25/1 Qatar; 50/1 (*includes any coaching role **Bets void if no contract signed by the end of 2013)
Beckham to be officially appointed Manchester Uniteds Sporting Director before the end of 2012: 12/1
Carlos Tevez next club: 11/4 Juventus; 4/1 Corinthians; 6/1 AC Milan; 6/1 Inter Milan; 7/1 Real Madrid; 8/1 PSG; 10/1 Boca Juniors; 12/1 Napoli; 16/1 Chelsea; 16/1 West Ham; 20/1 Arsenal; 20/1 Barcelona
Wayne Rooney Ban Length: 2/5 one match; 7/4 two or more matches (pertains to red card vs Montenegro)
Nottingham Forest next manager: 8/11 Steve Cotterill; 5/2 Mark Robins; 4/1 Kevin MacDonald; 9/2 Roy Keane; 8/1 John Pemberton; 10/1 Nigel Clough; 20/1 BAR
Republic of Ireland to qualify for Euro 2012: 5/6 yes; 5/6 no
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