Market movers: PSG clipped for Champions League after Lionel Messi interest

Planet Sport takes its weekly look at the big odds market movers across the sporting world. Unsurprisingly it's all got a bit Messi.

Champions League

Barcelona's world was turned upside down last week with the news that Lionel Messi is off. His tears at the impending departure, and possible move to Paris St Germain have poked the bookies into action.

Planet Sport Bet has shortened the odds on PSG winning the Champions League into 3/1 from 6/1.

But eased Manchester City's chances of claiming the trophy to 10/3 from 3/1.

Sports Personality of the Year

After winning the Men's Keirin at the Olympics, Jason Kenny's odds of winning SPOTY have been slashed from 66/1 to 9/4.

He's now Great Britain's best performing Olympian of all-time, but he's so understated will he even turn up to the event? Most people wouldn't even recognise him in the supermarket.

They would recognise Tom Daley though. GB's most famous diver's odds have also shortened into 9/4 from 11/4 after his gold and bronze in Tokyo.

No odds on him winning a knitting championship just yet.

Betting for SPOTY will be obviously be dominated by the Olympians with swimmer Adam Peaty at 15/2 and gold medal winning cyclist Laura Kenny at 9/1.

If you really want to throw your money away Mason Mount is currently 25/1.

Next manager to leave post

It's all doom and gloom on the south coast at the moment, as the bookies sharpen their knives for a bloodbath at Southampton.

Manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has been clipped into 8/1 from 10/1, for the next Premier League manager to leave his post after the Danny Ings transfer to Aston Villa.

So much for the Saints being your hometown club Danny.


Guess what? Southampton are getting a kicking in this market too. Now at 7/2 from 9/2 to go down.

Look what you've done Danny, hang your head in shame.

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