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Ex-Manchester City star makes bold prediction about Manchester United

12 August 2017

The Seagulls' last home game among the elite was a 1-0 defeat by Manchester City.

Many pundits are tipping Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City to have strong seasons, but it's really hard to predict who will take the title. They love it. That's why it's great to be here'.

"We spoke and I saw last season how tough is this league".

Starters Sergio Aguero and 20-year-old Gabriel Jesus are expected for a deadly combination.

'The last six, seven years City never bought full backs. I was going to put Chelsea in second but I don't think they've strengthened enough yet. I was very happy when I found out he wanted to count on me.

Liverpool - The Reds have added Mohamed Salah and Dominic Solanke, but they haven't signed almost enough players to be challenging for the title. "He said he would give us "every last penny".

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Bournemouth look ready to improve. As for Burnley, the selling of Andre Gray didn't sit well as he scored a lot of goals.

They have been far too reliant on Troy Deeney for goals.

"The club was clever like that because we anticipated what we needed". Intelligent players don't need time to be involved in the way we want to play. The next three or four years City will buy one, two maybe three players. Brighton's football club is at the heart of the city too.

It's going to be a big struggle for Huddersfield.

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The financial power of the Premier League means that promotion is usually accompanied by a spending spree to try to stay in the world's richest soccer competition. I like that. He is a humble guy - he's so intelligent, which is a huge quality. If we do something good this season it's because we were together last season, and we know better, and I know better, and they know me better, and that's why it's easy.

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And when his fee was eclipsed to capture Benjamin Mendy from Monaco, Pep Guardiola's desire to address what had been the glaring problem positions of his first season in England was clear. It could be an exciting season at Old Trafford.

Chelsea were sensationally upstaged by Arsenal in last season's FA Cup final and lost to them again in Sunday's Community Shield, but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger retains little margin for error. And Klopp believes Guardiola's men will perform much better this time. The goalkeeper will always be the question mark but he has a team that suits his style now.

However, United's rivals have also been busy over the summer and the Premier League will see the likes of Alvaro Morata, Alexandre Lacazette, Bernardo Silva and Mohamed Salah play their football in the English top-flight in 2017/18.

"When you go to Germany, Spain, Italy to buy - it happens with United, Chelsea, all the big teams - it's £10-£15m more expensive".

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Ex-Manchester City star makes bold prediction about Manchester United