The odds of the leader of the Free World popping into the likes of Glasgow and Edinburgh are a staggering 2/1.
The President of the United States is no stranger to visiting Scotland, owning the infamous Trump Turnberry hotel and completing more rounds of golf than Colin Montgomerie in his heyday.
Famously the son of a Scotswoman, Trump’s mother was born in the Hebridean Island of Lewis on the west coast.
“I like it, I feel very comfortable here; I think I do feel Scottish” the President was quipped upon his last visit to his mother’s home town.
And his links to bonny Scotland don’t stop there.
His polarising Aberdeenshire golf course caused untold amount of controversy when plans were announced, leading to a public spat with then-First Minister, Alex Salmond.
Whether its ice skating at Glasgow’s Winter Wonderland or hiking to the top of Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh, punters can now back the former-reality TV star to visit the country before he leaves office.
Oddschecker Spokesman George Elek: “Considering Trump is 4/6 to visit the UK next year, the 2/1 about him visiting Scotland seems a huge price. Seemingly unable to resist the allure of 18 holes, if Trump’s visit does go ahead it would be a shock if he didn’t visit his own links.”