John Terry makes 2022/23 Premier League title prediction, gives facts and reasons for sidelining Liverpool

John Terry makes 2022/23 Premier League title prediction, gives facts and reasons for sidelining Liverpool
John Terry makes 2022/23 Premier League title prediction, gives facts and reasons for sidelining Liverpool

Chelsea legend, John Terry has backed Manchester City over Liverpool to win the 2022–23 Premier League title.

The former Blues player continued by saying that the reigning champions are “just too good” and that the addition of Erling Haaland will be “huge.”

Manchester City has dominated the English domestic stage over the last five years, winning four of the last five titles, with only Liverpool standing in their way of complete dominance.

Despite Arsenal’s active summer transfer market, recent signings by Chelsea, and Tottenham’s resurgence under Antonio Conte.

Many people still expect that Manchester City and Liverpool will compete for the main crown at the end of the 2022–2023 season.

He has been there many times, including when defending the Premier League title. Terry was asked who he believes will win the league for the forthcoming campaign.

Terry said, “Man City are too good in my opinion. They will benefit much from Haaland.

CAN LIVERPOOL STOP MAN CITY?

It was very remarkable how Pep Guardiola guided his team to the Premier League title last season.

To think that the winners have increased their firepower since then just adds further sleepless nights for the opposition.

Jurgen Klopp has the best side to prevent Manchester City’s dominance from reaching six, but what impact will Sadio Mane’s departure have on the team?

Darwin Nunez has joined the Reds quite quickly, but ultimately, they are losing a player who has a track record of success and who has stood up during big games for an unknown player.

In any case, the fact that the 2022 World Cup will also take place in Qatar in the middle of the season will have some sort of impact on not only the title race in England but also those key battles across Europe.

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