Hopeful Man Utd fan set to win over £62,000 if Red Devils land quadruple

One hopeful punter will bag themselves more than £62,000 if Manchester United win the quadruple this season.

Erik ten Hag’s side have the perfect opportunity to make it one out of four when they face Newcastle United in the League Cup final. At present, it’s a case of so far so good for United, having knocked Barcelona out of the Europa League and booked themselves a round of 16 clash against Werder Bremen.

They are still in the Premier League title race, only trailing Arsenal by eight points with a game in hand to play also. And if United are able to maintain their stunning form and win all four competitions, one fan will wake up with an extra £62,525 in his pocket.

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“One Betfair punter could be a big £62,525 winner come the end of the season, having bet £25 on Manchester United to win the quadruple when it was 2500/1,” Sam Rosbottom of Betfair said.

“Twelve other bold bettors backed the Red Devils at 2500/1, and those odds have been slashed to 175/1 since their Europa League knockout play-off win over Barcelona on Thursday. Those bettors will be rooting for Erik ten Hag’s side in this weekend’s Carabao Cup final with United the 6/10 odds-on favourites to beat Newcastle at Wembley.”

Considering United’s struggles last season, it’s a surprise anybody was bold enough to predict such a momentous campaign for Ten Hag’s side. However, with Marcus Rashford in the form of his life and Old Trafford rocking like it hasn’t done since the days of Sir Alex Ferguson, even Paul Scholes believes United have a shot at winning the quadruple.

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“It is still on,” Scholes defiantly said on BT Sport, when asked about the landmark. ”In the top five leagues in Europe we are the only ones who can still win the quadruple. Look it is there, it’ll be difficult but who knows.”

Eddie Howe's side have brought an army of passionate Newcastle fans, who are desperate to see the club win their first major trophy since 1955.


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