Neville asked to go bald if Arsenal win the league – but he makes different bet

Gary Neville has offered an online wager to an Arsenal fan by upping the stakes for the final day of the Premier League season.

The former Manchester United captain, 48, has promised to don the shirt of United's title rivals should the Gunners prevail in ending their quest for a first Premier League crown since their 'invincible' 2003/04 campaign.

The north Londoners are currently five points ahead of second-placed Manchester City with United 11 points shy of the league leaders. However, Erik ten Hag's side do hold a game in hand over both Arsenal and their once-noisy neighbours amid dreams of a first-ever quadruple.

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Now upping the ante for the remainder of the season, Neville has promised to wear an Arsenal shirt on the final day of the campaign if the Gunners are crowned champions at home to Wolves. The bet comes after he was outed by an angered Arsenal fan on social media with Neville still backing Manchester City to come out on top in the title race.

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"If Arsenal win the league @GNev2 should shave his head bald on the Emirates pitch on the last day of the season for charity," tweeted the fan directly to the ex-Manchester United and England defender.

Seemingly not keen to get rid of his luscious locks, Neville responded: "I will wear an Arsenal shirt saying champions for you my friend! But if you lose it you all grovel on here and say 'Sorry Gary'." The Arsenal fan is yet to respond to Neville's proposal.

With ground to make up in the race for the title, United travel to arch-rivals Liverpool knowing anything but three points would surely end their hopes of clinching a first Premier League crown in a decade. Elsewhere, champions Manchester City welcome Carabao Cup finalists Newcastle United to the Etihad for a 12.30pm kick-off, knowing a win would momentarily narrow the gap to just two points.

Arsenal then host relegation-threatened Bournemouth, who City put four past when they met on the south coast last weekend.


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