Former Manchester United star Roy Keane has named a club that could win the Premier League title next season during his attempt to predict how the season will be before the kickoff.
According to Keane, Manchester City will silence the other 19 clubs in the PL by winning the title. He says the Manchester club has a quality that will give them a better shape during next season's title challenge.
The Manchester United legend did not rule out completely Jurgen Klopp boys Liverpool from the race. He says Liverpool will give Guardiola a tough competition just like it was in the last term.
Concerning Arsenal and Tottenham, the former Red Devils captain claims they will be better teams but they won't challenge for the PL title as it will be difficult to close the gap with Liverpool and City.
This comes at a time when Manchester City has landed Erling Haaland, Alvarez, and Kalvin Philips. And ours is to wait and see what happens when the new season kick-off.
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