Who will win the Premier League this season as predicted by Jose Mourinho

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With Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa trailing closely behind Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal, we have an interesting Premier League title race on our hands.

With 54 points, Jurgen Klopp’s Reds are presently leading the rankings, followed by Mikel Arteta’s Gunners and Pep Guardiola’s Citizens, both by only two points.

In the distance, Unai Emery’s Villans are in fifth place with 46 points, followed by Ange Postecoglou’s Spurs in fourth place with 47 points. Furthermore, a lot can happen in the course of a few gamedays.

Now, Jose Mourinho has shared his prediction for the Premier League winner. The renowned Portuguese manager finds it difficult to choose between the two sides.

During an interview with Rio Ferdinand and Stephen Howson on FIVE, the 61-year-old was asked which player he thought will win the English Premier League.

He answered, “Premier League…” City? Liverpool? In that sense, I’m not committing an error. Liverpool and City, but I believe City.

Jose Mourinho prioritizes Manchester City over Aston Villa, Tottenham, Liverpool, and Arsenal.
It’s a given that City is currently the favorite to win the Premier League. They have won it five times in the previous six years, and they still have a strong, deep roster.

They possess the ability to defeat a wide range of opponents, and despite a few slip-ups this season, they are presently exhibiting exceptional consistency.

Having said that, Liverpool has experience winning the championship, having done so in 2020. Man City’s recent title-winning run has only been halted by the Reds, and they have the strength to do so once more.

Although Arsenal is a formidable club as well, there’s a perception that they’re still developing, and their lack of a true center-forward poses a risk to their chances of winning the championship.

Though Postecoglou has done wonders for Spurs in comparison to last season, they may still need a few more windows to truly have the strength in depth they need to contend for titles in the future.

Villa did have a brief run at the championship, but much like Tottenham, they’re still far from being the ideal team. They will, however, be stoked about their prospects of finishing in the top four and winning the Champions League the following season.

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