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Favourites To Sign Ashley Cole

Following Ashley Cole’s departure from LA Galaxy last month, we’ve taken a look at the odds for the former Arsenal, Chelsea and England player’s next club.

Looking at what bookmakers Sky Bet are offering, one Premier League club features with two EFL clubs, one each from the MLS and the SPL, and the Chinese Super League gets a mention too.

Find out who is favourites to sign him in January below and on the next few pagesโ€ฆ



Current odds on Sky Bet: 11/1



Gunners legend Ray Parlour reckons Rangers should make a move for free agent Ashley Cole. He told Sky Sports’ The Debate: โ€œIโ€™m sure thereโ€™ll be lots of clubs interested. Stevie G is a great shout at Rangers.

“I donโ€™t know who their left back is at the moment but he would be great for the dressing room area.

โ€œHeโ€™s had a fantastic career and I think that he can do a job definitely for another season.

“Iโ€™m not too sure about the Premier League, Iโ€™m not sure someone would take a chance on him in the Premier League, certainly the Championship.โ€

Current odds on Sky Bet: 10/1



Some West Ham supporters think the left-back could be heading their way to ‘solve their problems with that position’.

The Hammers have developed a liking for signing full backs who are past their sell by date in recent years โ€“ see Pablo Zabaleta and Patrice Evra.

Current odds on Sky Bet: 8/1



A reunion with ex-Chelsea teammate Frank Lampard could also be on the cards with Derby.

Speaking to the Derby Telegraph, Lampard said: โ€œI know Ashley well. I haven’t spoken to him on it, so it’s a conversation I could easily have.

โ€œI’m sure he could do. He’s 37, the best left-back of his generation, in my opinion, or actually many generations if you’re talking about those in an England shirt.

“So it’s certainly something that is high on my mind and I know Ashley so well that it would be an easy conversation for me to have.”

Current odds on Sky Bet: 7/1


Take a look at the top three favourites on the next page.


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