Opening Champions League Odds for 2021/22 Season

Man City are favories in the latest Champions League odds for the 2021/22 tournament
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  • UCL Winner Odds are favoring PSG +275, Man City +350, Bayern Munich +700.
  • Underdogs for this seasons tournament are Barcelona & Real Madrid listed at +1600, and Inter Milan +4000.
  • UEFA Champions League qualifying is under way less than two months after the final in Portugal.

Now that the EURO’s have wrapped up and football is coming to Rome, the next major tournament is the Champions League. Last season we saw Real Madrid, PSG, Man City, and Chelsea make it as the final four. Chelsea were underdogs against Man City for the final but proved to be the better team with an excellent implemented game plan by Thomas Tuchel. Since qualifying is underway, we review the latest UCL odds to go all the way in 2022.

Champions League Odds to Win

TeamOdds
PSG+275
Man City+350
Bayern Munich+700
Liverpool+900
Chelsea+900
Man United+1200
Barcelona+1600
Real Madrid+1600
Juventus+2000
Atletico Madrid+2500
Borussia Dortmund+3300
Inter Milan+4000
Atalanta+5000
RB Leipzig+5000
AC Milan+6600
Ajax+6600
Porto+6600
Sevilla+6600
Benfica+10000
Lille+10000
Monaco+10000
Sporting CP+10000
Villarreal+10000
Wolfsburg+10000
PSV+15000
Zenit St. Petersburg+15000
Besiktas+20000
Club Brugge+25000
Dynamo Kyiv+25000
Galatasaray+25000
Olympiakos+25000
Odds taken 7/15/21

PSG Sign Messi

By far the biggest transfer in recent football history has to be Messi from Barcelona to PSG. The legendary Argentine is coming off a lengthy career at Barca and aims to win his fifth UCL trophy under the French side.

PSG have quickly evolved into a powerhouse that has their sights set on the Champions League. After coming runners up in 2019-20, the French giants have +275 winner odds. That’s juicy odds for a team that is bolstering more talent as the summer continues.

Italy’s European Championship-winning goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma signed a five-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday. The 22-year-old Donnarumma starred at Euro 2020 and made decisive saves in the penalty shootout as Italy beat England in the final.

Lionel Messi training with PSG for the first time!

Finally Man City’s Year?

Man City open as betting favorites for the 2021/22 Champions League, with opening odds of +350 (Bet $100, win $350). “Blue Moon” has been a favorite to win Europe’s coveted trophy for the past two seasons. The silver lining is that Pep Guardiola and his squad are getting closer to achieve their ultimate goal. Could this finally be their year? Guardiola plans to secure this by strengthening the team even further. After losing Sergio Aguero to Barcelona on a free transfer, Man City are courting the likes of Harry Kane, Jack Grealish transfer rumors alongside Antoine Griezmann.

Rio Ferdinand Meets Pep Guardiola | Man City boss on UCL final, facing Tuchel and Foden’s potential!

Bayern Munich Second Favorite to Win 7th Time

The German champions have been one of the most successful teams in Europe. While teams like Real Madrid and Barcelona continue to falter, Bayern have managed to maintain a consistency that’s made them a relevant and betting favorite throughout the years. Bayern are listed as +700 favorites for next season, (Bet $100, win $700). Read on here for more soccer odds and news.

Newly appointed Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann admitted that he has deep esteem for Juventus Federico Chiesa, who has just returned from a surprising first season in Turin. Rumors are that an $80 million price tag is attached to one of EURO 2020’s star players.

Betting Value on Chelsea +900

2021 champions Chelsea are joint third with odds of +900, that’s the same as Liverpool and PSG. Tucel continues to shake things up as Chelsea boss, with forward Olivier Giroud closing in on a permanent move to AC Milan. He has scored 39 goals in 119 appearances during his time at Stamford Bridge, winning three major trophies, including the Champions League title in May.

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Rival Spanish club Real Madrid are trying to sign Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain. However, PSG will not let their star play go so easily. According to Marca.com, Mbappe feels he cannot achieve all his ambitions in the game where he is, and therefore he feels he has to move on.He has communicated that decision to sporting director Leonardo, president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and coach Mauricio Pochettino, and though relations remain cordial – particularly so with Pochettino – the 22-year-old’s mind seems to be made up.

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