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Mourinho odds-on to leave Man Utd before the end of the season

| 14.12.2018

He’s also the most likely Prem manager to go next

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is only just clinging on to his job, according to our latest odds.

He’s now 5/6 to leave Old Trafford before the end of the season, following another poor display in Wednesday’s 2-1 defeat to Valencia.

Despite losing, United made it into the Champions League knockout stages. But they’re back at 33/1 to win the tournament.

The Red Devils are also sixth in the Premier League, eight points off the top four.

Their disappointing performances mean Mourinho is also favourite to be the next top-flight manager to leave at 7/4.

If he does go, former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane heads the betting at 5/4 to replace him.

“Not only is Jose odds-on to leave Manchester United before the end of the season, he is now the favourite to be the next Premier League manager to depart from their post,” said Coral’s John Hill.

Jose Mourinho to be Manchester United manager on the last day of the 2018/19 Premier League season

5/6 Yes, 5/6 No

Next Premier League manager to leave

7/4 Jose Mourinho, 11/4 Roy Hodgson, 8/1 Sean Dyche, 9/1 Rafa Benitez, 14/1 Neil Warnock, 14/1 Claude Puel, 16/1 Nuno Espirito Santo, 20/1 Bar

Manchester United specials

1/20 – NOT to win a major trophy this season

1/5 – NOT to finish in the top four of the Premier League

5/6 – David De Gea to leave the club before 2nd September, 2019

5/6 – Paul Pogba to leave the club before 2nd September, 2019

33/1 – To win Champions League this season

Next Manchester United manager

5/4 Zinedine Zidane, 6/1 Antonio Conte, 7/1 Mauricio Pochettino, 10/1 Leonardo Jardim, 12/1 Massimiliano Allegri, 12/1 Diego Simeone, 14/1 Michael Carrick, 16/1 Laurent Blanc, 18/1 Carlo Ancelotti, 20/1 Ryan Giggs

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



Daniel Anwar

Daniel has written about sport for Coral, Squawka, FourFourTwo and the Premier League, among others.