After one of the most unpredictable seasons ever witnessed in the history of the Premier League, next season is set up to be one of the best ever seen. When Leicester defied to odds of winning the Premier League at a huge 5000/1, it provided one of the best sporting moments ever to be seen.
From Jamie Vardy scoring 11 games in a row to Sergio Aguero scoring the most goals in a game in the history of the Premier League, records just continue to tumble and further proved why the English first division is the best in the world.
High profile managers, top quality players and formidable squads are all expected in the Premier League next season, so it is truly is set to be a season that no one will ever forget.
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With Jose Mourinho settling in at Manchester United after replacing Louis van Gaal, the line-up of managers this season is truly incredible. Mourinho is, of course not the only change in personnel in Manchester as all eyes will be on former Bayern Munich manager, Pep Guardiola.
As if the Manchester derby wasn't exciting enough already, the contest should reach a new level given the quality of both managers. It is certainly exciting times for both Manchester clubs.
Not only that, the current Italy manager, Antonio Conte, will be the new manager at Chelsea, replacing former interim boss, Guus Hiddink. Ronald Koeman is expected to join Everton next season from Southampton and the Saints are rumoured to be considering Frank de Boer as their latest dugout occupier.
Of course, Jurgen Klopp will also be expecting to continue Liverpool's revival after two bad league campaigns for the Reds. With his attacking football, Liverpool could be a very exciting side to watch next season.
Managers such as Arsene Wenger, Mauricio Pochettino and Claudio Ranieri shouldn't be forgotten and will add to the list of quality managers in the Premier League for the upcoming season - all hoping for a top four finish.
As stated earlier, the changes in Manchester is looking extremely exciting for both clubs and also applies to the incoming players.
With Ilkay Gundogan moving from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City, Yaya Toure's inconsistency and questionable desire might no longer be required. The German is not fit yet though as a knee injury ruled him out until September, but when fully fit will become a big part of Pep Guardiola's plans.
Not only is Gundogan confirmed, but Sky Sports reported earlier this week that City are in talks with another Dortmund player - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The striker was in red hot form in the Bundesliga last season and is one of the world's best. If Dortmund were to lose another key player after already waving goodbye to Gundogan and Mats Hummels, it could be a tough campaign for the German side.
In the red half of Manchester, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is thought to be close to moving to Manchester United to reunite with Jose Mourinho. Although it has not been confirmed, it is highly likely he will be on his way to Manchester after Euro 2016. However, the Villarreal defender, Eric Bailly, is set for a £30 million move to Manchester in the next few days.
Other exciting players already confirmed to be joining the Premier League this summer include Granit Xhaka signing from Arsenal from Borussia Mönchengladbach and Joel Matip moving from FC Schalke to Liverpool.
After Hull, Middlesborough, and Burnley were all confirmed to join England's most prestigious league, this season is bound to be one of the best in terms of overall quality.
All three clubs have Premier League experience and will already be fairly familiar with the tempo, tactics and style of play most sides deploy.
Hull could be regarded as a dark horse this season as not only are they capable of playing excellent football, but also picking up points against the big teams.
During their last stint in the Premier League, the Tigers managed to beat Liverpool and draw against the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham, and Manchester United. so if they can improve their record against the teams around them they should steer well clear of relegation.
The fierce rivalry for the Champions League spots will never be higher this season with as many as nine teams having European ambitions.
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