Which Team Looks Most Likely To Break Into Top 4 Next Year
With the Top 4 for the Premier League looking as if it’s going back to its usual classic 4 of Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United with all 4 clubs being odds-on favourite to find themselves in the Champions League slots at the end of the season, we look at the clubs that are most likely to break this mould come the end of the season in May.
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According to the bookies, Arsenal look most likely to do this out of all the contenders on the list with them currently being priced at 5/2 to finish in the top 4 this year. Looking like a revived team this year with Mikel Arteta getting the team playing some lovely football and finally a manager that seems to have united the fans, Arsenal really could be getting themselves up with the big boys again. Also, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finally signing an extended deal, this is only positive news for Arsenal fans.
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Next is the north-east London rivals of Arsenal that is Tottenham Hotspur who are currently 3/1 to get into the Champions League the season after next. Jose Mourinho will want to prove all critics wrong that he isn’t finished being one of the best managers in the world and that his sides can still compete at the highest level. Tottenham fans will be hoping that talisman Harry Kane can stay injury free and fire them towards the top 4.
Wolves have gone very slyly about their business this summer with making a collection of signings which look dangerous, especially Fabio Silva who has been tipped to be one of Portugal’s hottest prospects at the age of 18. Nuno Espirito Santo will want to develop on the success they had last season and hope to integrate their new signings to push for the top European places; they are currently priced at 6/1 for the top 4.