The Premier League is usually one of the most competitive leagues in the world, with multiple teams putting their hat in the ring each year to compete for the title. Manchester City won this league this year and will be looking to see if they can go back-to-back next year but who can be their rivals next year.
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City will believe that they still have the best squad in the league, and although their record scorer, Sergio Aguero, is leaving them this year, this means that they will be looking to heavily strengthen this summer, improving their squad even further. It has been made clear that Jack Grealish is their number one target which is a frightening prospect for the rest of the Premier League.
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City’s closest rivals this year, and closest geographically as well is their main rivals Manchester United who will be looking to go one better this year under the guidance of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Ole and co have gradually been improving over time, and the overhaul that was needed of this squad is slowly happening, but with the success that United have seen in the past, the fans are becoming impatient. United has said to be rewarding Ole with a new three-year contract and funds for the summer transfer window where they have been tipped to buy Jadon Sancho and Harry Kane this summer which would make them title contenders for sure.
Liverpool will also be seen to see if they can recover from their poor title defence although they did end up finishing 3rd in the end. Unfortunately, Liverpool was affected badly by the injuries to their centre back partnership of Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez who are some of the most important player for the spine of their team, but we are sure they’ll be back next summer. And finally, Chelsea will certainly be throwing their hat in the ring next year having spent £200 million last year, and the players getting used to the league now, and under the guidance of experienced Thomas Tuchel, we think they have a massive chance next year, especially if they are back in the summer.