There will be a new Premier League season next year – and no, we don’t mean Brexit! The football world will be tuning in to watch some of the best players in the world compete for the most prestigious sporting title. Who will be the next Premier League winner? Let’s take a look at some of the latest rumours surrounding the next big season.

Manchester United are coming off a disappointing season. After winning the previous 11 league titles, the Red Devils had to settle for a 4th place finish this year. The Premier League will also see plenty of familiar faces moving teams. With the average Champions League football season being 68 matches long, many top players will be looking for a new club after the summer break.

Liverpool will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing season as well. Jürgen Klopp’s men had an impressive debut season in the Premier League, finishing 2nd in the table and winning the FA Cup for the first time in 29 years. However, they were unable to progress past the Champions League quarter-finals, which saw them miss out on the chance to play for the Premier League title. The arrival of a number of exciting new signings could see Liverpool rise even higher this year than in the past.

Arsenal will be looking to build on the success they had last year. Thanks to some excellent signings and great manager changes, Arsène Wenger’s side improved their league position significantly. The Gunners finished 3rd in the table, while the FA Cup saw them beat Chelsea in the final. This will be the first time they have won the FA Cup since 2006 and they will be looking for more success this year as they prepare for the 2021/2022 season.

Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to continue their excellent form from recent years. Although they didn’t win any trophies this year, Spurs impressed everyone with their new look – and the new signings they made. The North London side had two debutants in George Leitch and Danny Ings make their top level début, which saw them score an impressive 15 goals between them. Mauricio Pochettino’s men will be hoping to build on this form as they look to regain the trust of the supporters and press ahead with the Premier League title race.

Burnley are set for a battle with relegation as they look to keep up with the big dogs in the Premier League. The Turf Moor side had a good run in the FA Cup, reaching the last four before being knocked out by eventual winners Manchester City. After a string of indifferent results, manager Derek Fulham has some serious work to do as he looks to avoid the drop.

Chelsea will be looking to get their act back together following a disappointing season. The Blues missed out on the Champions League for the first time since 2014. Despite this, they still managed to win the English League Cup, which they have done every year since 2015. Nevertheless, the Blues are struggling for form and will be looking to get back to basics in an effort to restore their pride.

The bottom line is this: next season will be an extremely exciting one for the Premier League. The world’s best players will be looking to make a name for themselves and gain some glory. Who will emerge as the early season title winner? We can’t say for certain, but we can look at form and recent results to make some educated guesses.