£100 Million Transfer Chest For Avb?

Reports in the press are suggesting that Andre Villas Boas will have a hefty transfer budget to spend on new players as Tottenham look to catapult themselves back into the Champions League and Hills offer 7/4 that he is successful in doing so.

First the exits: Luka Modric is 4/6 to move to Spain and join Real Madrid, 5/2 for a Chelsea move and 5/1 for a move up to Old Trafford. The other main player linked with a move is Jermain Defoe, who is 9/2 to join QPR, 7/1 for an Aston Villa transfer and 8/1 to go to Liverpool or back to West Ham.

AVB has already signed his first player in Gylfi Sigurdsson and others are expected to follow shortly. Portugal midfielder Joao Moutinho who worked with AVB at Porto is 2/1 to be at Tottenham when they face up against Newcastle on the first day of next season. Marseille striker Loic Remy is 2/1 to join and 4/11 not to, whilst Russian Euro 2012 star Alan Dzagoev is 5/1 to be there and 1/9 he won’t.

“It looks like Spurs will be one of the big spenders this summer and in order to fund the spending spree we expect a couple of big name exits,” said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

7/4 Tottenham to finish in the top four
Luka Modric’s Next Club: 4/6 Real Madrid, 5/2 Chelsea. 5/1 Man Utd, 10/1 Man City, 12/1 Barcelona, 16/1 PSG, 33.1 AC Milan, 33/1 Juventus, 40/1 Inter Milan, 50/1 Liverpool, 50/1 Arsenal
Jermain Defoe’s Next Club: 9/2 QPR, 7/1 Aston Villa, 8/1 Liverpool, 8/1 West Ham, 10/1 Reading, 12/1 Fulham, 12/1 Sunderland, 16/1 Stoke, 20/1 Norwich, 20/1 Swansea, 25/1 Newcastle, 33/1 West Brom
To Be A Tottenham Player on the first day of the 2012/13 Premier League Season?
Joao Moutinho: 4/11 No, 2/1 Yes
Loic Remy: 4/11 No, 2/1 Yes
Alan Dzagoev: 1/9 No, 5/1 Yes

Rupert Adams
Media Relations

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E: radams@williamhill.co.uk
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Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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Man City: Out With The Old In With The New?

William Hill are taking bets on how many of Manchester City’s starting XI from the final game of last season will start the first game of this one. With the spending spree set to continue, Hills offer just 13/8 that only 3 or 4 make the line up against Spurs on the 14th of August. With two of the players from City’s 1-1 draw with West Ham having left the club already and a somewhat depleted XI starting the game, Hill’s are offering 8/1 that 8 or 9 start.

“City have made no secret of their desire to bringin players of the highest quality in an attempt to improve on their 5th place last season and they could probably make 3 or 4 starting XIs out of the squad that they have amassed. The odds suggest that Mancini will be keen to blood his new signings against Tottenham,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Odds:

How Many Of Man City’s Starting XI In The Final Game Of Last Season Will Start The First Game Of This Season?

2 or less 11/2
3 or 4 13/8
5 or 6 11/8
7 or more 11/4

Starting XI in the final game of last season: Fulop; K. Toure; Sylvinho; Zabaleta; Wright-Phillips; De Jong; Vieira; Kompany; A Johnson; Adebayor; Santa Cruz

Torres Odds On To Stay But 7/2 For City Move!

With a number of clubs itching to get their hands on Fernando Torres’s signiture, Hills have opened a book on which club he will represent on the first day of the season and perhaps surprisingly he is 1/2 to still be a Liverpool player. Moneybags Man City are 7/2 and Chelsea 8/1.

“There are very few teams who can afford Torres price tag, as a result we feel that he will remain a Liverpool player,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Fernando Torres’ Club On First Day Of 2010/11 Season: 1/2 Liverpool, 7/2 Man City, 5/1 Chelsea, 8/1 Barcelona, 12/1 Inter, 16/1 Real Madrid…..Others On Request….Loan Deals Count

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746

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City 5/4 To Outdo United


WITH MANCHESTER CITY already flexing their financial muscle, William Hill make them 8/13 to finish in the top four next season and 6/5 not to – while they are just 5/1 to win the Premier League title. ‘City never looked like winning the title last season, but punters are already taking note of their early spending spree and we are now starting to see support coming in for them – we took 86 internet title bets for City, and a Manchester shop bet of £300 after the news of Yaya Toure’s signing was released’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. ‘They are 5/1 third favourites at the moment and it is not impossible that they could overtake second favourites United if they keep on spending’

Hills make City 5/4 to finish above bitter rivals United, who are 4/7 to do vice versa, this season.

William Hill; Premier League title…..6/4 Chelsea; 12/5 Man U; 5/1 Man C; 13/2 Arsenal; 14 Liverpool ; 25 Spurs

Hills….Man City Multiples

No Trophies 1/3

FA Cup & Carling Cup 25/1

Premier League & Carling Cup 25/1

Premier League & FA Cup 25/1

FA Cup & Europa League 40/1

Carling Cup & Europa League 40/1

Premier League & Europa League 40/1

Premier League, FA Cup & Carling Cup 125/1

Carling Cup, FA Cup & Europa League 200/1

Premier League, Carling Cup & Europa League 200/1

Premier League, FA Cup & Europa League 200/1

Premier League, FA Cup, Carling Cup & Europa League 500/1


Man City to win Premier League 5/1

Man City to win FA Cup 6/1

Man City to win Carling Cup 6/1

Man City to win Europa League 10/1

Further information…….graham sharpe….0208 918 3731

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