Sky bets transfer odds
Ive been keeping and eye on sky bets transfer odds to get an idea of what transfers might be likely to happen but noticed a couple of big shifts in the odds of Pogba and Bruno Fernandes today
Pogba to Real Madrid: 1/2
Fernandes to Man Utd: 4/9
Yesterday both where over evens are skybet as on point as sky news when it comes to this stuff?
James Rodriguez to join Napoli has also went from 4/9 yesterday to out to evens today
@Black-wolf pogba' s are BS, you can get around 5/2 elsewhere on him leaving.
@Nally 👍 just thought 1/2 was quite low and a sudden shift however they arent offering a general price on him leaving so fair enough
I have been using the paddy power transfer odds. Some interesting finds in there.
Griezmann to Barca is a whopping 1/25.
And one that has flown under the radar, Celtic left back Kieran Tierney is 8/15 to sign for Arsenal (92p).
Not bad, considering his countryman and fellow left back, Andy Robertson is trading at £1.18.
@johnboywalker yeah ive been looking at both and theres some huge differences between the two sites. I find its a good indicator of how far along negotiations are rather than whos going where
Dan The Man
I'm sorry, why is that not bad.
Andy Robertson is arguably the best left back on the planet, playing in the best defensive line-ups in years. He played 60 games last term and picked up, 13 assists.
Shouldn't there be more than a 20p gap?
33/1 griezmann liverpool, you heard it here first
Hi Dan, there is a reason why I have never engaged with you previously.
You would argue the sky isn't blue.
You already have a reputation for shite tips and repeatedly spouting the same nonsense, to whoever will listen.
That being said, thanks for your input.
Dan The Man
I asked a simple question and you just had a little meltdown there.
@johnboywalker also Depay to liverpool 10/11 that would be a media frenzy if that one is to be believed. Unlikely i know but interesting
Depay is a decent shout. If he moves to the EPL, then his MB potential increases.
If he remains at Lyon, he is a proven PB scorer.
Seems to be the main attacking threat for the Dutch also.
Sky news on point lol
It is apparent that the bookies have no clue on how price their transfer markets as unlike a match their is no way of modelling the outcome. So they are making it up as they go along with a colossal overround. I actually wish i could lay some of the transfer special prices they are ridiculous
@Black-wolf what SkyBet seem to do is drop the odds on any big rumour and loads of people expect it to happen then - what with the rumours and odds plummeting - and bet big. Two days later odds have changed but you still have an open bet that is on which club Player X is representing on September 1st and you can cash out for 10% of your original stake.
Sky news on point lol
?? Sky sports news are the most accurate and reliable when it comes to football news thats what i had meant
I remember seeing Jermain Defoe to join Liverpool at 1/4 on SkyBet years ago. Absolutely no logical reason for the short price - everyone else was pricing it at around 5/1.
I believe that’s what they call a red herring in the business; enticing big bets on false favourites.
Safe to say you can’t trust a large media source who also own a betting company as they are essentially controlling their own market when it comes to things like transfer betting. Scandalous that they’re allowed to do it really!
@Mr-Fuzzman i got to be honest some of the sky bet odds are crazy and completely out of line to where the player will actually end up. I suppose some is driven by punters saying that. I personally think BBC Sport, potetnionally Sky at times are probably the most reliable for accurate info but Sky can and have on number of times been way off the mark. I remember when Ramos was leaving for United about two years ago, Sky broke that story for the player to come out about 4 days later and say he is not leaving and all stories were rubbish. Problem with Sky is they use these Spanish/Italian football "experts" who feel like their contacts at the club's are the bin men