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  • on 23.05.2012
  • at 09:14 AM
  • by KT

Robin Van Persie 5/4 to join Juventus

With just one-year left on his contract, and talks seemingly ‘on-hold’, Victor Chandler are tipping Robin Van Persie to leave the Emirates this summer, with the odds on Van Persie joining Italian champions Juventus the 5/4 favourites.

Despite bagging goals for fun this term, the fact still remains that the flying Dutchman is yet to win a Premier League title, and with that in mind may fancy a lucrative move to Manchester City (5/2) in the hunt for silverware.

You only need to look where Arsenal would be without RVP’s goals to see how important he is to them. But with Euro 2012 only a matter of weeks away, it might be wise for Arsene Wenger to cash in now so that he has time to rebuild, unlike last season when Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas left just before the start of the season.

What’s more an RVP injury whilst on international duty in Poland and the Ukraine would be a disaster for the Gunners, perhaps why Power are offering just Evs in the betting for him still to be an Arsenal player come August.

Jose Mourinho signed a contract extension at Real Madrid this week, keeping him there until 2016, and bookies make RVP 16/1 to join the Special one in Spain.

Robin Van Persie To Stay/Leave (Paddy Power)
8/11 – To Leave
Evs – To Stay

Robin Van Persie’s Club after the 2012 Transfer Window (Victor Chandler)
5/4 – Juventus
5/2 – Man City
10/1 – Barcelona
12/1 – Man Utd
16/1 – Real Madrid
20/1 – PSG
20/1 – AC Milan

Have an Outright bet on Euro 2012 and if Spain win the Tournament, Victor Chandler will refund your losing bet!

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