Raheem Sterling Next Club Betting Odds: England forward now ONLY 4/9 to join Chelsea this Summer!

England forward Raheem Sterling could be on his way to Stamford Bridge
England forward Raheem Sterling could be on his way to Stamford Bridge
  • Raheem Sterling is now 4/9 to join Chelsea this Summer
  • The Manchester City and England forward is 13/8 to stay at his current club
  • Chelsea are 14/1 to win the Premier League this season with City still 4/7 favourites for the title

Raheem Sterling is now 4/9 to join Chelsea this Summer

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling is 4/9 to head to London and join Chelsea this transfer window with reports suggesting a move could happen.

According to various news stories, Manchester City are holding out for £60m for Sterling, with Chelsea wanting to pay more around the £35m mark.

Bookmakers give 4/9 for the transfer to happen this window with a 69% implied probability according to those odds.

Raheem Sterling Next Club Odds Probability
Chelsea 4/9 69.2%
Stay at Man City 13/8 38.1%
Real Madrid 20/1 4.8%
Barcelona 25/1 3.8%
Arsenal 25/1 3.8%


Spanish sides Real Madrid and Barcelona both feature in the betting market too with Sterling hitting at a move abroad in the past.

Real Madrid have been more predominant in those rumours, but bookmakers only give odds of 20/1 for a switch to Real making it unlikely.

Raheem Sterling is now 4/9 to join Chelsea this Summer after rumours increase around his potential departure from Manchester City. Bookmakers give around a 69% chance that the transfer happens this transfer window.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

The Manchester City and England forward is 13/8 to stay at his current club

Manchester City have already had a big transfer window with the signing of Erling Haaland announced last week. 

It was thought that Raheem Sterling would kick on with Haaland's arrival, with more of a winger role needed to support the big Norwegian up front. 

At odds of 13/8 though it seems that there is less chance that Sterling stays than heads to Chelsea this Summer. 

Pep Guardiola has stated in the past that any player who is unhappy at the club is free to leave, so it's doubtful that City would keep Sterling if he wanted to go.

Chelsea are 14/1 to win the Premier League this season with City still 4/7 favourites for the title

Manchester City are the 4/7 favourites to retain the Premier League title for the third season in a row.

Liverpool follow behind them at 9/4, with Tottenham expected to also be in the title race.

Raheem Sterling's potential next destination in Chelsea are 14/1 to win the league this season.

Premier League Winners 22/23 Odds Probability
Manchester City 4/7 63.6%
Liverpool 9/4 30.8%
Tottenham 14/1 6.7%
Chelsea 14/1 6.7%
Manchester Utd 28/1 3.4%
Arsenal 40/1 2.4%


Manchester United start a new era under Erik ten Hag at odds of 28/1 to win the league, with a revamp of the squad still needed. 

Arsenal are 6th in the betting market for the title this season at odds of 40/1, giving them just a 2.4% chance of winning the league this year according to bookies.

Manchester City remain favourites for the Premier League title this season. At odds of 4/7, bookies think there's a strong chance that they will win the league for the third season in a row.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

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