Barclay’s Premier League Table
So far we have already seen Manchester City set the pace with with Pep Guardiola imposing his passing game onto the team.
The special one is finally turning things around at Old Trafford with his Manchester United team having their best start since the Sir Alex Ferguson era.
Reigning champions Chelsea have had a difficult start but have looked to have turned things around in recent weeks, Arsenal have yet to look worthy contenders with many fans questioning the new contract offered to Arsene Wenger.
Regardless of the great football Tottenham have continued to play under Mauricio Pochettino, the shaky start at their temporary home Wembley has left them adrift of the pace set by the two Manchester clubs.
Barclays Premier League
|15||Brighton & Hov…||29||6||11||12||32||40||-8||29|
|16||West Ham United||29||7||6||16||35||50||-15||27|
Transfer market opens in January
There is no doubt that with the huge amounts of money the premier league now receives through TV deals that there will be lots of transfer activity when the market reopens in January.
Liverpool’s latest messiah Jurgen Klopp will be looking to make bring in new players with the imminent departure of Philippe Coutinho. Tottenham will be looking to bolster their squad to try and keep pace with runaway leaders Manchester City. Manchester United are looking forward to the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but may still go back for Inter Milans Peresic after missing out in the summer.
Premier league relegation
Crystal Palace are now putting up a fight for survival since they have brought in new manager Roy Hodgeson, but they are in a battle as Bournemouth, Swansea, West Ham, Leicester and Everton have all made poor starts with the latter two clubs already sacking their respective managers.
The two main surprise have been both Brighton and Huddersfield who were both promoted last season, have been displaying good quality football and both managers have done a great job so far.