It's time to get excited for the return of the Premier League.
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has admitted that Liverpool got the best of Pep Guardiola's side last season and has challenged his teammates to overcome the increased competition in the Premier League ahead of the new campaign.
However, the three pundits who did not pick City - Ian Wright, Ruud Gullit and Martin Keown - all predict that Liverpool will win the Premier League in 2018-19.
Jose Mourinho has spent much of the off-season moaning about Manchester United's squad and the lack of new faces, but there is still plenty of talent available to the former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss.
Manchester City were the dominant force in English football last term as they racked up a record points tally of 100 on their way to the title.More news: Russian Federation names Steven Seagal as special envoy for bilateral ties
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"You also have to consider that Liverpool are City's Kryptonite".
Irrespective of whether or not there are any more incomings, long-serving City captain Vincent Kompany believes there is a level of hunger among his team-mates that was not present when the club failed to defend the Premier League title in 2012-13 and 2014-15. The Gunners's current deal with Puma expires next year and the Mail says they will sign an agreement with adidas that will be worth £60m a season over five years. He said: "It wasn't a unanimous decision to do it, so there's bound to be some dissent still around".
"But it was done for the reasons the clubs wanted to do it, for the purposes of not having a situation where clubs are threatened with players leaving to go to other Premier League clubs".
Who's going down? Cardiff City, Huddersfield Town, Watford.
The 24-year-old England worldwide, who helped City win the Premier League title last term after joining from Everton in 2016, is nominally a centre-back. They argued that they have to sell players for financial reasons if they fail to qualify for Europa or Champions League. "It's up to us to achieve them dreams".