Arsenal and Manchester City are likely to be the teams to watch in the Premier League next campaign. The two teams have been highly competitive this campaign and they are likely to continue doing well in the 2023-24 season.
They have incredible players and managers who have done a brilliant job in helping the two teams remain on top for months. Having Mikel Arteta at Arsenal and Pep Guardiola at Manchester City has continued the two sides being exciting to watch.
Both managers are top tacticians among the best in Europe and one of them is likely to end as the league winner by the end of the season. They have top talented players who have made a huge difference for the team.
Manchester City is leading at the top of the Premier League table followed by Arsenal and the point difference between them is only two with three games weeks set to be played. The two managers have been battling to win the Premier League during the 2022-24 season and they can continue doing the same next season.
One of the two teams can win the league but there is high chance another team might beat the two Premier League giants to the league title. Manchester United is the team that can do well next season and have what it takes to win the league ahead of Arsenal and Manchester City.
The Red Devils have been remarkable under Erik Ten Hag and the team is likely to be unstoppable next season. He is building a dominant team at Old Trafford which will be winning numerous trophies in the coming years.
If Erik Ten Hag will strengthen Manchester United in the summer and make good signings he will have what it takes to win the Premier League title next season ahead of Manchester City and Arsenal.
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