English Premier League is one month to it's resumption in August. With both EPL teams preparing to strengthen their squads in areas of weakness their are top three teams to watch come next season following the way they are carrying their rebuilding processes. Below are three teams to watch;
The gunners under the management of Mikel Arteta and ownership of Kroenkes family, is doing well in this transfer season. Bearing in mind their squad depth improved last season, arsenal have added the services of Gabriel Jesus, Fabio Viera and Maquinhos in the squad and more are expected as both Tielesman and Lisandro Martinez are their key targets. The gunners can turn things around next season and surprise many.
2. Manchester City.
The Cityzens, who are the defending EPL champions are in the rebuilding process too. Having released both Gabriel Jesus, Fernandinho and sterling too be in the verge of leaving, the club have acquired Haaland in the process and more top class targets are expected to get in soon. With Guordiola as a manager, Manchester city will still be on fire.
Chelsea finished third last season. They are going for this season too as they are in the rebuilding process, with Raphina expected to land to the club, de light move getting closer,and sterling and many more updates getting closer Chelsea too is a team to watch come next season.
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