Kevin Kilbane predicts where Man City, Liverpool FC will finish

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The only deadline-day activity involving the club saw Timothy Fosu-Mensah head out on loan once again, joining ambitious Fulham on a season-long loan having spent time in the capital with Crystal Palace last term.

No team has won back-to-back Premier Leagues since Manchester United under Alex Ferguson in 2008-09, with City failing on their two previous attempts.

Neil Warnock says Cardiff have been right to be prudent on their return to the Premier League, despite fellow newcomers Fulham and Wolves spending heavily.

"There's no reason to not trust in our squad and no reason not to believe in our club or believe in what we can do".

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Inspired by Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero, Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling and David Silva, City's eye-catching style earned comparisons with the finest teams in English football history.

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No side since United nine years ago have retained the title with Chelsea twice and Leicester failing to even make the top four in past three seasons.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has stated that he does not expect to sign a player today.

"I like to work with these guys, I enjoy it". It provides them the opportunity to approach players in the Premier League like they've never been able to before - it's quite intriguing really.

Despite missing a host of World Cup stars, City looked in ominous form as they dismissed Chelsea 2-0 to lift the Community Shield at the weekend but face a tough start as Arsenal begin the post-Arsene Wenger era at the Emirates on Sunday.

The pair were asked to pick their Premier League predictions ahead of the new season. This season's window saw many high profile transfers and world record fee broken twice for a goalkeeper. "The Reds look to have improved in a number of key areas this season and the signing of Brazilian keeper Alisson could be the last piece in the jigsaw".

However, Klopp has no worries about the 25-year-old making an instant impact. "Be yourself, in this case, because he is very calm and laid back - and that helps", Klopp said.