Bayern 4/1 to retain title

Bayern Munich are 4/1 with Sky Bet to win the Champions League again next season.

Last Updated: 25/05/13 at 22:35 Post Comment

Bayern Munich celebrate Arjen Robben's winner at Wembley.

Bayern Munich celebrate Arjen Robben's winner at Wembley.

Bayern Munich are 4/1 with Sky Bet to win the Champions League again next season after beating Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in this term's final at Wembley.

Arjen Robben struck late to secure the victory which keeps Bayern on course for a treble, with Stuttgart waiting in the DFB Pokal final next weekend, leaving incoming manager Pep Guardiola with some big boots to fill as Jupp Heynckes bows out on a high.

The German champions, who started their run at 12/1 to lift the trophy, are now joint favourites with Barcelona for next season's Champions League, followed by Real Madrid (9/2) and then English trio Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City (all 10/1).

Sky Bet Football Trader Chris Spicer said: "With Guardiola on his way along with one of football's hottest prospects Mario Gotze, Bayern are going to be the team to beat next season.

"However, we've seen so many quality sides fail to live up to the expectation of retaining Europe's top-tier title, with not even the great Barca side managing it, while transfer dealings could impact the market with the likes of Manchester City and Real Madrid looking to rebuild under new managers."


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