With the first round of fixtures completed over the past couple of days, it’s nice to see that the Premier League is back and in full swing. With this promising to be one of most exciting Premier League seasons in the past couple of years, we look at some of the teams that look to be most exciting this season and how they will fare.
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Firstly, we have to visit Stamford Bridge where Frank Lampard, in our opinion, has had done of the greatest transfer windows that we can remember to date. The way they have used the money recuperated from the sales of Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata is simple astonishing with spreading the money evenly across the side with a mixture of quality and youth to try and get Chelsea back to the top of the standings come May, back where they below. Signings including Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz, Ben Chilwell and Thiago Silva with a couple more rumoured to be happening before the end of the window, this Chelsea side is a serious side now and one to be watched across the course of the season; I suppose the question is just how fast they can gel.
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Next team we would keeping a special eye on this year would be that of Everton who have also been busy in the transfer market signing Allan, Doucoure and James Rodriguez from Napoli, Watford and Real Madrid respectively, they have tightened up the midfield this year and really could push for Europe this year. Under the guidance of Carlo Ancelotti also, who is a serial winner at every club he’s been at will be wanting to continue this record on during his glittering career.
Finally, the last club that we would look out for would be that of Leicester City – underperforming since the turn of the year with only 5 wins, 6 including Sunday’s win over West Brom and having choked a Champions League spot last season when they looked dead set to be playing in Europe’s finest competition this year, they will want to put it right this year. With more signing’s still to come and versatile defender Castagne slotting in nicely, we believe Leicester can better last season’s finish of 5th.