Fabinho names Liverpool’s four biggest rivals for the Premier League title next season
Posted by  badge Boss on Jul 20
Liverpool will bid to win back the Premier League trophy (Pictures: Getty)

Fabinho says are the ‘obvious favourites’ to win the Premier League ahead of next season but believes three other clubs are also capable of challenging for the title.

Man City and Liverpool pulled well clear of their domestic rivals last season, with ’s side eventually .

City appear in no mood to relinquish their dominance, using this summer’s transfer window to .

Liverpool have also been busy bolstering ’s squad, with .

Many pundits expect Man City and Liverpool to be involved in another two-horse race for the Premier League title next season but Fabinho is also wary of Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham.

Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea finished third last season and , having .

Spurs enjoyed a brilliant second-half to the 2021-22 campaign to .

Jurgen Klopp’s side finished one point behind champions Manchester City (Picture: Getty)

Antonio Conte has welcomed as he prepares for Spurs’ return to the Champions League.

Arsenal, who spent around £150m last summer, are enjoying another productive transfer window, , while they are .

‘Man City are obviously the favourites and it’s tough to fight against them to win the Prem,’ Liverpool’s Fabinho told .

‘You can play one of your best seasons like we did, score more than 90 points and it still doesn’t mean you win the title. We know that if we want to win it we’ll need to be almost perfect.

‘City are always buying new players, always reinforcing their team. This summer was no different with Haaland joining them. I think it will be a really good battle with them, but not just them.

‘Tottenham have bought some good players, Arsenal too with Gabriel Jesus going there, Chelsea too.

‘Everyone has been reinforcing because everyone wants to beat City. That means the Premier League will be at a really good level this season.’

The 2022-23 Premier League season starts on August 5 with Crystal Palace playing host to Arsenal.

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