Lionel Messi has a 93% chance of winning the Ballon D'Or ahead of Erling Haaland KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Thursday, September 7, 2023

Lionel Messi has a 93% chance of winning the Ballon D'Or ahead of Erling Haaland

Lionel Messi has a 93% chance of winning the Ballon D'Or ahead of Erling Haaland.

Lionel Messi is now just 1/14 to win the Ballon d'Or for the eight time in his career following his World Cup win with Argentina back in December followed by success in America.

Messi has now moved to Inter Miami and is playing football in the MLS and he started his spell at the club by winning the Leagues Cup which features all MLS and Liga MX clubs.

That World Cup win and his fantastic start to life in Miami has seen his odds shorten even further to 1/14 to win the Ballon d'Or with UK Betting Sites slashing his odds to win.

Manchester City forward Erling Haaland is the second favourite in the betting market to win the Ballon d'Or with the latest odds suggesting that it's going to be a two horse race.

Haaland was awarded the UEFA Men's Player of the Year award on Thursday night after a stunning season saw him win the treble for Manchester City.

The Norwegian striker has been towards the top of the betting market for the Ballon d'Or all year but his odds have now drifted out to 13/2 to win the award.

Which is part of the reason why, less than two years after his shocking and hasty departure from Barcelona, Messi again appears to be on the move, with multiple reports this week stating that the living legend's sojourn with PSG will end next month after two mostly disappointing seasons.

The truth is that it was never a good fit. With Brazilian superstar Neymar and World Cup-winner Kylian Mbappé already leading its attack, PSG didn't need him. But Messi's stature, stratospheric salary and Champions League ambitions left him just two viable options at the time, the other being pre-Erling Haaland Manchester City. Messi obviously opted for the more glamorous route and signed with PSG, whose owners simply couldn't help themselves when the opportunity arrived out of nowhere.

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