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Underrated PL Team That Can Have A Better Attacking Trio Than Man City And Liverpool-Opinion

The 2021/22 English Premier League campaign is going to be more interesting from the way the teams are making big signings this summer.

It will be difficult to predict the favorite side to win the league as we might have a new Premier League champion other than Manchester City and Liverpool. The two sides have been the only two clubs that have been winning the league in the last few years.

Next season might be different as the big clubs are thriving well and it will be hard to know the team that will finish at the top of the table. The likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester City have all been busy this summer.

These elite clubs have made several signings this summer and we might see more top players joining these clubs before the end of the summer. Despite Chelsea and Manchester United being quiet in the summer transfer window they will make their preferred signings.

However, there has been one Premier League team that has not been that rated as Manchester City and Liverpool and could have a brilliant attacking trio next season which could even be better than the two.

Arsenal has been doing decent signings this summer and they are finally going to sign Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus in the next ten days. The star will Mikel Arteta's attacking front more lethal than last season which will see him compete with Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp.

The Spaniard will likely start Bukayo Sak on the right-wing, Emile Smith Rowe on the left, Gabriel Jesus as the main striker while Martin Odegaard will play behind them.

This front could dominate the league despite them being young they have been getting Mikel Arteta results. Manchester City and Liverpool might have a more experienced attacking front but we can't rule out Arsenal as they are going to surprise everyone next season.

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