Drake places a massive bet of €617,467 on Arsenal and Barça to win today against Leeds and Real Madrid; If he wins the bet, he will earn €2.890 million KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, October 16, 2022

Drake places a massive bet of €617,467 on Arsenal and Barça to win today against Leeds and Real Madrid; If he wins the bet, he will earn €2.890 million

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Drake has placed a massive bet of €617,467 on Arsenal and Barça to win today against Leeds and Real Madrid. If he wins the bet, he will earn €2.890 million. (Read More Here).

The music sensation has bet CA$833,333.85 (£537,000/$600,000) on Barcelona winning the Clasico against Real Madrid and Arsenal beating Leeds United. If both the results go his way he is set to make over £2.5 million!

Barcelona, who are sponsored by Spotify, will take the field on Sunday wearing a special shirt bearing an owl logo used by Drake's record label, OVO. Barca will also be sporting special training tops during their warm-ups that feature the number 50 on the back. This is to mark Drake becoming the first artist to rack up over 50 billion streams on Spotify.

Music artist Drake has backed both Arsenal and Barcelona in a huge bet worth CA$833,333 (£537,000) ahead of their clashes on Sunday. The Canadian rapper could win roughly CA$3,900,002 (£2.5million) if both sides win their respective ties, which could be a tough task for either, though it is also worth noting that he has invested and collaborated with the betting brand he has used.

The Gunners make the trip north to Leeds United at 2pm, and while they are favourites, they have been warned about the tough environment they could face at Elland Road. Key players Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko are a doubt for the clash, while Mikel Arteta has claimed he had no time to prepare with his team.

"There's no time," Arteta said on training before the game. "We give them ideas, some videos, get them active, recover them well and that's it, not much. We have to travel there, back to London, and back to Leeds. We'll have an activation session on Saturday, but a training session? It's not possible."

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