Ex-Manchester United player makes bold Premier League prediction

Ex-Manchester United player Luke Chadwick has made his Premier League prediction for 2022/23.

Manchester United endured a terrible 2021/22, which saw them earn their lowest ever points total in Premier League history.

The Red Devils have since made Erik ten Hag manager and signed a handful of new players whilst also seeing a lot of stars move on.

United also currently have just one senior striker in Anthony Martial, with Cristiano Ronaldo clearly desperate to leave the club.

And, as has become the norm, Manchester United have failed to bring in a defensive midfielder this summer.

Despite all of this, Chadwick has predicted that Manchester United will finish 2022/23 in 3rd place.

“I would expect Manchester City to win the league again, then Liverpool in 2nd. In terms of just beneath those two it’s harder to predict. I think with Ten Hag in at Man United now, it’s a massive opportunity for them,” Chadwick told CaughtOffside.

“I think we’ll see them get stronger as the season goes on and I could see them finishing in third place. Obviously I’d love to see them finish higher than that, but I think Liverpool and City still have too much for the rest of the league at the moment. “Spurs and Arsenal have both recruited really well and there won’t be much between them. Chelsea are struggling a bit in pre-season, they’ve signed some really good players but lost some really important players too.

“So I think my overall prediction for the top four would be: City to win it, Liverpool 2nd, United third, and then I’d probably lean towards Arsenal in fourth. I like the recruitment they’ve made and rate Mikel Arteta. “I think Spurs will just miss out and then Chelsea could slip away in a similar way to Man United last season.”

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