Odds slashed on Wayne Rooney making Inter Milan switch

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Wayne Rooney could be swapping Manchester for Milan, according to the latest odds.

With speculation increasing over the future of the Man United captain, Inter Milan have emerged as a potential destination.

And our traders have been forced to more than halve the odds on Rooney heading to the San Siro, from 12/1 into just 5s.

LA Galaxy lead the betting at 7/2, with a return to boyhood club Everton next best at 9/2.

A move to Shanghai SIPG is a 6/1 shot, while New York Red Bulls are at 7/1.

Meanwhile, as talk of Rooney’s United exit grows, Laurent Blanc’s odds of replacing Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford have tumbled.

The former PSG boss is 7/1 to make United his next permanent position – in from 14s.

The 5/4 on a move to Inter however suggests Blanc could be Rooney’s boss in the near future.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “LA looked nail on earlier in the week, but the latest odds suggest Rooney could throw a curveball and opt to ditch Manchester for Milan.”

It remains to be seen whether Rooney can shake off a thigh injury for United’s Premier League tie with Burnley this weekend.

Odds of 1/5 on a United victory however suggest the Red Devils will be picking up three points with or without their captain.

Ladbrokes latest betting

Wayne Rooney next permanent club

LA Galaxy – 7/2

Everton – 9/2 

Inter – 5/1

Shanghai SIPG – 6/1

New York Red Bulls – 7/1

New York City – 10/1

PSG – 10/1  

Arsenal – 16/1

Laurent Blanc’s next managerial job

Inter – 5/4

Man Utd – 7/1  

Barcelona – 10/1

Lyon – 10/1  

Chelsea – 12/1

Marseille – 12/1 

Bordeaux – 16/1 

PSG – 16/1 

Arsenal – 16/1

AC Milan – 20/1

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

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