Harry Redknapp predicts next season’s Champions League winner

Harry Redknapp

Liverpool earn number 6

Liverpool and Tottenham went head-to-head in the 2019 Champions League final in Madrid.

The final was the first all-English affair since Manchester United and Chelsea faced off in 2008.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool would take the lead inside two minutes, after Mohamed Salah converted from the penalty spot.

Divock Origi then killed the game off in the 87th minute, earning Liverpool their 6th Champions League trophy.


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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 09: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp (l) and Pep Guardiola react during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Liverpool at Etihad Stadium on September 9, 2017 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Redknapp predicts 2020 Champions League winner

After such a dominant display by English clubs in the Champions League semi-finals and final, Harry Redknapp has made a big prediction ahead of next year’s competition.

The former Tottenham boss expects the next few seasons of CL football to be dominated by England.

Redknapp also believes that Barcelona don’t look as good as they were, and that Real Madrid are in decline.

Harry Redknapp additionally made his prediction regarding next year’s winner, who he believes will be Manchester City:

“I really feel these next few years in the Champions League are going to be made for the English clubs.

“We’ve got Man City next year, I fancy them next year. I think it’s their turn to win it. If I had to have a bet now on next year’s winners, I’d want to be with Man City.”

“I look around now, and I really can see us dominating for the next few years.

“I think it looks to me that Real Madrid are in decline, Barcelona don’t look what they were, Liverpool showed they are nothing to fear.” As quoted by the Manchester Evening News.

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