Who will win premier league this year?

So, finally the English Premier League enters the final stretch and everyone wants to know who will capture the Premier League this time. Well, fans are up for 4countries mostly, Chelsea City,Liverpool and United. All eyes are hooked onto these 4 teams. They look fantastically good to clinch the title.

Bookmakers apparently have high hopes for new managers — former Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola begins his tenure at City while United fans can look forward to much-hyped Jose Mourinho starting at United. Chelsea also has a new manager in Antonio Conte, who just finished coaching the Italian national side.

.Teams surrounding Manchester have players like Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal), Eden Hazard (Chelsea), etc, have immense pace. Unfortunately, Manchester does not have players with pace.

All three clubs have also spent big on new players. United has already bought Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Villarreal defender Eric Bailly, and could soon break the league’s transfer fee record for French striker Paul Pogba. City, meanwhile, has nabbed Spanish international Nolito, Ukraine winger Oleksandr Zinchenkod and FC Ufa’s Alexander Zinchenko.

Chelsea’s big signing so far has been Marseilles’ Michy Batshuayi for £33 million ($44 million) after an intense bidding war with Tottenham, West Ham, and Crystal Palace. With Chelsea’s enormous wealth it is likely more big transfers are on the way which could improve the club’s odds.

Is Arsenal capable of winning the title?

Arsenal had a fabulous end to the last season with an emphatic 4-0 win in the Final of FA Cup, but then, refrained from making much change in their team. They made the most significant signing of Petr Cech. Many do not feel that Arsenal can win the title as they are short of an attack.

The question who will win Premier League this year is confusing many.

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