Liverpool manager Jurgen Kloop has named Manchester United as title challengers this season despite our topsy-curvy start to the season.
The Reds manager is confident that the title race won’t be only about his team and Manchester City in the coming years, but also named six other teams who could mount a challenge soon.
“I’m happy about Pep [Guardiola] signing a new contract,” Jurgen Klopp told reporters when asked whether he expects Liverpool and Man City to battle it out for the Premier League title in the coming years.
“But I’m a little bit afraid it won’t be Guardiola against Klopp over the next few years as it looks like Frank [Lampard] and Chelsea are building a proper team there.
“Man United will not stay without trying and Arsenal will do the same and are in a good way as well.
“Tottenham look really dangerous this year. Leicester are obviously and 100% Wolves will not sleep.
“I’ll have forgotten somebody, not because I’m being disrespectful but because I’ve seen the development of a lot of other teams and see the steps they make.”