English Premier league is expected to resume on August with all the elite clubs making prior preparations for the competition. This has seen several transfers happening with some players leaving as others joined.
Amongst the clubs really in transfer market are Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester city, Tottenham Hotspurs and Chelsea. Both the clubs are looking to strengthen their squad for next season. Following the departures and arrivals, let's have a look on the four clubs that can create havoc to other premier league come next season interms of attacking.
Arsenal front line will consist of Jesus, Martinelli and Saka with the substitutes of Smith Rowe, Eddie Nketiah, Maquinhos and Bologun. This young attacking squad will be on fire come next season especially with their clinical finisher Gabriel Jesus.
2. Tottenham Hotspurs.
Tottenham Hotspurs should also be considered. With addition of Richarlson from Everton to assist Mwaura, Haricane and Son the north Londoners will also be a threat come next season.
3. Manchester City.
The Cityzens under pep guardiola, with their formation of 4 -3 -3 will feet Kevin de bruyne, Haaland, Mahrez with Grealish coming as a substitute. The Cityzens should not be side lined since they are capable of everything.
Despite Mane exit, Liverpool front line of Jota, Diaz and Salah will still be on fire.
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