Carroll 6-1 to make move to Milan over summer
ANDY CARROLL is 6-1 with Hills to leave Liverpool for Milan this summer after more media rumours on Monday of a loan switch and 4-1 to have left Anfield by the end of the transfer window (either loan or permanently).
And the firm also offer 4-1 about a Carroll move anywhere by the end of August.
Hills spokesman Joe Crilly was dismissive of the Milan link, saying: "Alberto Aquilani spent last season at Milan and despite the relations that may or may not have been built between the clubs because of that particular deal, we don't think a San Siro move for Carroll is very likely."
Carroll, who netted four Liverpool league goals last season, is 33-1 to be the leading Premier League goalscorer after also netting a powerful header for England against Sweden in the Euros.
The Reds, now under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers rather than Kenny Dalglish, are 2-5 with Boylesports for a top-six finish and 5-2 with Betfred for a top-four spot.
Milan are 11-5 with Paddy Power to wrestle the Serie A crown away from Juventus. Juve, unbeaten last campaign, are a general 6-4 to keep the Scudetto.
Hills have cut Uruguay to 6-1 for Olympic gold after the Copa America champions announced that Liverpool striker Luis Suarez will be included in their squad for the London games.
Great Britain have been pushed out to 8-1 and Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge is 7-2 favourite with the firm to be the top goalscorer for Stuart Pearce’s side.