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How will this year’s top four fair next season?

With Roman Abramovich seemingly giving Frank Lampard blank cheques, this upcoming season looks set to be one of the most competitive in a while.

Let’s run you through this year’s top four and how they could fair for the 2020/21 campaign.


The Reds ran away with it last season, and some also forget just how impressive they were the season before too. Can they retain their title? Bookies like BetRegal have them at generous 2/1 for them to repeat their success.

If you fancy backing them at that price, you should consider taking a look at the promotional offers by the bookmaker, like the BetRegal bonus code, which is a nice way to boost any potential winnings that may come your way.

Jurgen Klopp has already added Olympiakos left-back Konstantinos Tsimikas to his squad, and there doesn’t seem to be any weak gaps that need plugging.

Their fans are confident that they have more than enough to win it again with the current squad. If they get a good start, there might just be no stopping them. Again.

Manchester City

At the time of writing, it’s all about Lionel Messi. Will he or won’t he link up with Pep Guardiola again next season? Only time will tell, but City are the bookies’ favourites to win the Premier League in 2020/21. They’ll go even shorter if the Argentine signs.

The blue half of Manchester have already brought in a couple of first team players in Nathan Ake and Ferran Torres.

Ake will fight for a place in defence, which begs the question – where does Jon Stones go from here? He probably needs to move in all honesty. Torres has been brought in as a flair player on the wing.

He can’t replace David Silva, nobody can, but he has the talent to cause the opposition to all sorts of problems. He signed for around £20m, and he cannot wait to get going.

Manchester United

Pogba caught coronavirus, Harry Maguire got into a spot of bother in Greece, and he also lost his place in the latest England squad for the Nations League fixtures against Iceland and Denmark. Apart from that, United are in a good place.

It’s still early days on the transfer front for the Red Devils, and they don’t seem to be giving up hope of signing Jadon Sancho from Dortmund. What they should make a priority is adding a centre-back.

It remains to be seen if that will come to fruition, though. One person that has signed is Dean Henderson. He’s put pen to paper on a new contract, and he could well battle David De Gea for the number one jersey this season.

But if United start this campaign how they ended the last, fans should enjoy Ole’s time at the wheel once more.


Well, what can we say about the side from West London? After signing Ben Chilwell recently for close to £50m, the spending is showing no signs of stopping.

They’ve been linked with a host of names, but arguably the one area they need to ensure they strengthen ahead of the season’s start is between the sticks. Frank doesn’t rate Kepa at all.

Will they convince Oblak to move? It remains to be seen who they’ll sign, but it does look like they’ll have someone in place before the start of the season who will replace a goalkeeper void of confidence.

They say it takes time for a side with a lot of new players to gel. If Chelsea manage to hit the ground running right from the off, it could well be a three horse race for the title rather than the expected two.

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