With Chelsea FC winning the 2016/17 Premier League season ahead of a brave effort from Tottenham, all eyes are now on the upcoming PL season. There are several teams that will be vying for the League trophy like Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and others. Underdog teams like Tottenham are not to be taken lightly either. Football fans will be dying to watch their favourite players duel it out on the pitch. This season has seen multiple fluctuations all along and resulted in heartstopping moments for the fans. The odds might have been stacked against the team on many occasions as observed at 10bet homepage but they have managed to come out on top more often than not. The blues have proved their mettle as their season clearly indicates. Now, as we come to the beginning of the forthcoming season, here are things to look out for in the upcoming 2017/18 PL:
Frenchman Alexandre Lacazette will be leaving Lyon in the summer transfer season and is on the radar of Arsenal. Sead Kolasinac is another possible target for the Gunners. Alvaro Morata is being eyed by reigning champions Chelsea, but they could fall back on Romelu Lukaku if all else fails. Having barely avoided relegation, Leicester City are in danger of losing Wilfred Ndidi, Demarai Gray, Ben Chilwell and Riyad Mahrez among others. It will be a busy summer for Jurgen Klopp as he is aiming to sign Nabby Keita and Timo Werner from Leipzig. Pep Guardiola did not have the best of welcomes into the Premier League when he took over as the manager of Manchester City. This season he will be looking to strengthen his team’s defence. One of his targets is Brazilian player Fabinho. Names like Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappe and Ederson have been linked to Manchester United and Jose Mourinho.
Wembley Calling for Tottenham
Tottenham confirmed that they will be playing all their home matches at the Wembley stadium. Tottenham’s former stomping ground, White Hart Lane has been demolished and there will be a new stadium constructed in its place. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy said “Wembley will be our home for a season and then we shall return to what will be one of the best stadiums of its kind and the most unique in the world playing host to NFL games too—a stadium that will be key to our future growth and success,”. Spurs have not had the greatest of records at Wembley and they will be hoping to change that for the 2017/18 season.