Zlatan Ibrahimovic transfer betting is hotting up with a host of top clubs around Europe on red alert following reports that the Swedish striker may have played his last game for French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain.
Whoever does land the 33-year-old will be getting a player with a proven track record of winning domestic league titles. In his time at Ajax, Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, Milan and PSG, Ibrahimovic has won the league 12 times, though two of those were later revoked following the Calciopoli match fixing scandal of 2006.
His typically languid playing style relies on skill more than pace, meaning that his advancing years will not put off potential suitors and the latest revelations in the wake of PSG’s 2-0 French Super Cup win over Lyon will have clubs clamouring to get a bid in for a big name signing.
Ibrahimovic To Stay At PSG Transfer Betting
Despite the latest reports, many online bookmakers appear skeptical as to whether Ibrahimovic will be moving on inside this transfer window, with 8/11 at Sky Bet the best on offer for him to stay put.
Ibra has enjoyed three trophy-laden years at Parc des Princes where he’s banged in a whopping 106 goals in 126 appearances in all competitions. Having won the Ligue 1 title in each season he’s been at the club on top of lifting the Coupe de la Ligue twice and Coupe de France once, the question is why would you want to leave?
After all PSG are favourites to succeed in all of the French domestic competitions once more, so surely if he hangs about more trophies will be on the way and it’s not as if the club don’t pay well!
Ibrahimovic To Leave PSG Transfer Betting
If the latest ‘Club After Summer Transfer Window’ betting is to be believed, then a return to Milan looks to be the most likely destination, should Ibrahimovic decide to move on. Some bookies are odds-on about the prospect, though Betvictor’s top price of 2/1 is sure to appeal to punters that fancy Ibra to return to the red and black half of the San Siro.
Ladbrokes can’t split Galatasaray and Manchester United at 10/1, while Betvictor offer an interesting bet of 20/1 on Any MLS Club, though you’d imagine he still has plenty to offer at the top level for another couple of years at least.
In ‘Next Club’ betting Coral offer the following odds for Zlatan Ibrahimovic; 6/4 Milan, 2/1 Man Utd, 9/1 Arsenal, 10/1 Real Madrid, 12/1 Man City, 14/1 Inter and 14/1 LA Galaxy.