Former Premier League star Ian Wright has named a club he feel will win the Premier League title ahead of both Manchester City and Liverpool next season after their big move on the transfer market this summer.
According to Ian Wright, Antonio Conte's Tottenham will cause trouble are in a better shape for challenging and winning the Premier League title ahead of Manchester City and Liverpool who have dominated the Premier League for more that 5 years.
Wright admits he is jealous of Spurs after they beat his former club Arsenal on signing on signing of one of the club targets.
This comes at a time when Conte had an immediate impact at Spurs helping them to get back into the top four and gain the Champions League football.
The Italian boss has a trophy winning record and Tottenham supporters are hopeful the manager will land the Premier League title next season after insane signings.
Ours is to wait and see what happens next season as clubs continue to sign big names ready for the PL challenge.
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