Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has given his verdict on his Premier League rivals so far this season and how they've made a start to life back in the Premier League. The Cityzens are the current reigning champions, having won it on the last four league titles on the row.
They were pushed right towards the very end of the previous campaign as Arsenal lead the majority of the year, only to be pipped late on. Having also completed the treble, adding the Champions League and FA Cup to their trophy cabinet last time out, there will be a hunger for more trophies.
City are the only team with a 100 per cent winning record in the Premier League, winning all five of their opening fixtures so far. There will be plenty of other teams that are lining up to knock them off their perch though, following on from a summer of transfer additions.
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Arsenal are one of the prime candidates, having gone close last season but missing out, while a summer spend of £200million has bolstered their ranks. Liverpool are another side in the hunt, having completely transformed their midfield and with 13 points picked up from a possible 15 on offer.
Manchester United and Chelsea are also sides that are hopeful of being in the conversation for the Premier League title, but are yet to get the results that would require. The two teams have six and five points respectively and will be looking to pick up many more in the weeks to come.
Amidst all that, Guardiola has given his assessment on those teams, telling reporters: «But you know how strong is Arsenal. Yesterday I saw them against [Everton at] Goodison Park, they are exceptional and Liverpool again andRead on football.london