Never after 1.5 months of the last season has a new season been opened. No summer training trips, teams will practically race and line up and the Premier League 2020-2021 will be the most competitive and demanding season due to the packed scheduling (no winter break). When each year is supposed to be round 4, the end must be early (planned on 23-5) to make room for the Euro Final.
However, it’s going to be a very thrilling season. Never before was the title chase so open. Liverpool and Man City are both the top three, but will no longer be a two-horse race. Convinced of the success of the new 4-season team, billionaire Abramovich agreed to revive Chelsea. The Blues had the most thrilling trade season as they spent up to 210 million pounds taking in 7 rookies: Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Malang Sarr, Thiago Silva, Mbuyamba, Kai Havertz and soon goaltender Mendy. (The one from Rennes). In which the German Leverkusen mediator Kai Havertz for a sum of £ 90 million is the most lucrative deal in the history of the club and the Premier League (Paul Pogba’s previous record was £89 million).
At the end of last season, with Fernandes, M.U of Solskjaer became the third proud man. This season, after the middleman Van de Beek from Ajax, is likely to come “blockbuster” Sancho, a winger from Dortmund and Brazilian defender Telles from Porto.
Under Coach Arteta ‘s leadership, Arsenal is no longer frail but strong, stubborn, particularly in major games, such as beating Chelsea and Man City to take the throne in the FA Cup, and beating the champion twice in a row. Liverpool in the Premier League and the British Super Cup. This season, the Gunners have added Willian from Chelsea and Magalhaes from Lille. It’s also difficult to disregard Tottenham in the first season that coach Paddy began to plan from the outset.
However, the “Big Six” above was also split last season by Leicester, Wolves and also Sheffield. Also this season, the rookie Leeds United was headed by “mad man” (El Loco) Bielsa, promising to be a “disruptor.”