The Premier League top-four threw up a number of surprises last season.
Arsenal finished second to secure Champions League football for the first time since 2017, with Newcastle also shockingly eking out a top-four finish.
This meant the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea missed out on CL football. But with new managers and plenty of new signings already, predicting the top-four for the forthcoming campaign remains tough.
Gary Neville has had a crack at it below and whilst he believes Manchester City will likely take the crown again, he also has some belief that Manchester United can knock Arsenal off second spot.
When asked by FourFourTwo if anyone could derail Manchester City’s title ambitions, Neville said, “No, I don’t think so.” Carragher added, “Sitting here today, it’s difficult to say yes.”
On Manchester United’s chances, Neville suggested that his former club would finish in the top-four but said: “It’s all dependent on the budget. Under the owners the club has had, I think they’ll probably still finish in the top four, but I don’t think they’ll improve on it.
“If they got new owners and had £250m or £300m to spend, they’ve got a chance of going up to second. I do think they’ve got a chance of taking that spot off Arsenal – that’s up for grabs – but they’d have to spend well.”