Transfer Odds: Raphinha into 5/4 to make Arsenal move

Transfer Odds: Raphinha into 5/4 to make Arsenal move

Raphinha is the most backed transfer bet through oddschecker today, shortening from 4/1 overnight into a best price 5/4 to make the move from Leeds to Arsenal.

The 25-year-old Brazilian winger was originally thought to be Barcelona bound as Leeds flirted dangerously with the relegation trapdoor in the Premier League.

However, having come through a nerve-jangling final day match with Brentford, any confidence Leeds fans might have had in him staying put at Elland Road will have been dented by this latest surge in bets on a summer move to the Emirates.

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Despite the best of 5/4, one bookmaker has him at 1/2 to make the move South, while he is a best price 11/4 to join Xavi's Barcelona and 5/1 to stay with a Leeds side set to be bolstered by Bayern Munich midfielder Marco Roca.

Raphinha has made 67 appearances for Leeds in all competitions since joining from Rennes in October 2020 for an undisclosed fee reported to be in the region of £17 million.

He scored six times in his first campaign, before adding another 11 last term as he became the club's first choice penalty taker in the long-term absence of Patrick Bamford.

His form at Leeds, initially under Marcelo Bielsa, saw him called up to represent Brazil for the first time in August 2021 for World Cup qualifying matches against Chile, Argentina and Peru.

He saw no action across those matches but made his full debut on October 7th, coming on as a half-time substitute in a 3–1 comeback win against Venezuela - playing a part in all three goals.

He scored his first two international goals against Uruguay on his third appearance, before adding a third goal in his seventh of nine caps so far against Paraguay.

Raphinha - Club After Summer Transfer Window Betting Odds:

Team Best Odds Worst Odds
Arsenal 5/4 1/2
Barcelona 11/4 2/1
Leeds 5/1 5/1
Manchester United 20/1 20/1
Atletico Madrid 20/1 20/1
Liverpool 20/1 10/1
Spurs 22/1 10/1

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