Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are seemingly all plotting a big summer transfer window, and a prediction has been made about next season already.
The 2022/23 Premier League table has been forecast, with Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham all set for the campaign-defining transfer window again. Parimatch has released a selection of copyrights for the upcoming campaign.
Thomas Tuchel’s side is expected to be the highest-placed London club next season, with the Blues priced at 16/1 to win a sixth Premier League title, ahead of Spurs (25/1) and the Gunners (40/1). West Londoners marched past their North London rivals to third place and into the top four for the fourth successive season last quarter.
Currently, Chelsea is likely to do it again on August 11, with Tottenham (November 10) and Arsenal (February 1) just behind. While the summer transfer window has yet to open, Antonio Conte’s side has already dodged the sale of Son Heung-Min to Liverpool just to secure Champions League qualification.
Jurgen Klopp’s side was considering a bid for the South Korea international this summer if the North London side had not finished in the top four. football. London understands. The German is a long-time admirer of the striker, who went toe-to-toe with Mohamed Salah for the Premier League golden boot this season.
With Sadio Mane set to leave Liverpool this summer and Salah yet to renew his deal on Merseyside, football. London I understand there were discussions at Anfield about testing Tottenham’s financial resolve with a big-money move for Son if Conte hadn’t managed. qualifying for the Champions League.
Meanwhile, a lack of qualification for next season’s Champions League won’t stop Mikel Arteta from investing heavily in his first team, according to the Telegraph. football. London understands there will be a summer rebuilding job at the Emirates Stadium, with a number of players in the spotlight ahead of the transfer window.
Arsenal’s targets include a marquee signing in Gabriel Jesus, with the Gunners sure to secure his signature. Meanwhile, Todd Boehly’s consortium, which has agreed to a £4.25bn deal to buy the west London club, is expected to “push for top-tier signings” to mark a new era at Stamford Bridge, according to reports. MailOnline.
And, with the new ownership group keen to bolster the Blues’ arsenal, The Telegraph reports that, after taking player sales into account, Thomas Tuchel will have £200m at his disposal to strengthen his squad. Meanwhile, Tottenham has been given a huge boost ahead of the next transfer window.
So, with each of London’s top teams looking to spend big this summer, Parimatch outlines what the 2022/23 Premier League odds look like as of May 30.
Premier League Winner 2022/23:
Man City 4/6
Manchester United 25/1
Newcastle United 66/1
West Ham 125/1
Resultados entre los cuatro primeros de la Premier League 2022/23:
Manchester City 1/66
Manchester United 6/5
Newcastle United 8/1
West Ham 12/1
2022/23 Premier League Golden Boot Winner:
Muhammad Salah 4/1
Erling Haland 5/1
Harry Kane 6/1
Son Heung Min 10/1
Christian Ronaldo 10/1
Diogo Jota 16/1
Romelu Lukaku 16/1
Gabriel Jesus 1/20
2022/23 Premier League top six results:
Manchester City 1/500
Manchester United 2/5
West Ham 7/2
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