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Premier League CEO reveals his dislike for Man City's dominance

09 August 2018

"Manchester City will be active again at the top, but my choice is Liverpool", he told BBC Sport.

Chelsea winger Willian has admitted his admiration for former manager and current Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, and while he has a contract with Chelsea through the summer of 2020, he's hoping to team up with his former gaffer in the future.

We last kicked off with a home defeat in 2014, when a Gylfi Sigurdsson-inspired Swansea City beat United in Louis van Gaal's first game as manager.

"If Liverpool can get some impetus, then we don't know how Manchester City will react under pressure if a team can stay close to them at the end of the season".

As United dither, Liverpool have emerged as second favourites for the title behind City after splashing over £170 million (US$220 million) on goalkeeper Alisson and midfielders Fabinho, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri.

Talking of Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp's men completed their pre-season schedule with a 3-1 victory against Italian side Torino last night.

Arsenal look set to change kit provider next season, according to the Daily Mail.

Premier League and EFL clubs have precious little time left to bring in the players they need for the coming months, with another opportunity not arising until the January window. "However, individually the players can improve", Guardiola said during the Sky Sports Premier League launch.

"We could also see Danny Drinkwater leaving Chelsea, clubs like Everton, West Ham, Leicester City interested in taking him". It is going to be challenging, particularly for the promoted clubs, who effectively have two-and-a-half weeks less. But the decision has been made and we'll analyse it in September when it's all over.

"That, they thought, transcended all the other challenges".

Premier League CEO reveals his dislike for Man City's dominance