Analyzing the Premier League teams (VOL 2)

The Premier League draws a lot of attention every season from all around the world. It is considered to be the most decorated and competitive football league that is played throughout the world. The eyes of the whole world are fixed on the points table. They are glued to their TV screens. Best premier league teams have produced moments of glory in the past. They have for sure been a treat to witness. 

The Premier League is not far from the beginning. In the recent article, we have seen how the top 3 teams from the Big 6 are lining up this season. In this article, we will analyze how the other 3 would strive to change their fortunes this time around. Read this article carefully if you want to do well in the fantasy premier league.

1. Manchester United

Last season was nothing short of a nightmare for the Red Devils. They finished out of the top 6 meaning that they are going to the Europa League. They suffered from player injuries. Ole Was subjected to some serious criticism from every corner. CR7 was the only positive for Manchester United. The Portuguese poacher netted more than 20 goals in his comeback season. The club has now lost Paul Pogba. The club has come up with a replacement in the shape of Danish Eriksen. Erik, the new manager, is keen on signing some fresh blood from his ex-club Ajax. He has signed Lisandro Martinez from them. The club is also striving to sign Anthonio from Ajax. Ronaldo’s future is one mystery that remains. He is back in the UK and is expected to have talks with United officials. Rumors suggest that with Suarez gone, Ronaldo is the priority number 1 for Athletico Madrid. If Ronaldo stays, who is arguably the best player in the premier league, and with two or three good signings under Ten Hag, United can become a force to reckon with. Surely it can be a team in which you can invest in a fantasy premier league.

Manchester United

2. Tottenham

Spurs were on the brink of a catastrophe when Antonio Conte assumed the responsibility of the manager. From there, Tottenham’s fortunes changed greatly. They finished fourth, three points behind Chelsea. The club was powered by two clinical finishers in the shape of Son and Kane. Son scored 23 goals for the side. The English captain on the other hand netted 17 balls. The club has signed Rodrigo from Juventus. This has added fuel to the midfield. Further, Antonio signed his main piece from his Inter masterstroke. Ivan Perisic will play under his old boss in Tottenham. Lloris will lead the side once again. Richarlison has also been added to complete the trio. Lenglet has also come from Camp Nou. The club has all the bases covered. Under Conte, expectations are very high from Spurs this time around.


3. Arsenal

The Gunners had a very young side the previous season. Arteta was also not an experienced manager. He had worked under Pep. However, despite these facts, they still were able to put on a decent show. They finished 5th just two behinds behind Spurs. They were searching for a replacement for Aubameyang. They have found potential replacements in Jesus and Marquinhos. They have also signed Fabio Vieira from Porto. The Gunners greatly rely on the young shoulders of Saka and Odegaard this season. The success of Arsenal will greatly rely on how these two perform. They will be two players to look forward to in the fantasy premier league.