Pep Guardiola confirms Manchester City’s remaining transfer plans on Sky Sports

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Here at The Sportsman we have delved into the record books and found out which of the 20 Premier League clubs kick off their season with a bang, while which clubs open up with a whimper and start life in the top-flight on the back foot.

"If Liverpool can get some impetus, then we don't know how Manchester City will react under pressure if a team can stay close to them at the end of the season".

Potential exits from Anfield before Thursday's transfer deadline could include Danny Ings, Simon Mignolet, Marko Grujic and Divock Origi, who have all been linked with moves away from the Merseyside club.

The action-packed autumn Premier League period is complemented by BT Sport's exclusive live coverage of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.

Tapia told TyC Sports: "You have to have a fat wallet. But I came back to training this time and it's completely different". It is very hard.

The new season gets underway in just two days, with Manchester United hosting Leicester City.

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"Clearly, given the way they played last season, they look like the team to beat".

"Every player can be individually better, so the guy who can shoot perfectly with his right [foot] can shoot perfectly with his left", the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach said.

The Match-of-the-Day pundit is also tipping Jose Mourinho's Manchester United, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool and Tottenham to finish in the top four.

This might be the third season in a row that I've tipped Watford to go down, so they'll probably be quite happy to see me backing them to go down.

Arsenal look set to change kit provider next season, according to the Daily Mail.

Premier League clubs will not be able to complete loan deals or sign free agents after this deadline either. He said: "It wasn't a unanimous decision to do it, so there's bound to be some dissent still around". Neil's one of the best Championship managers you'll ever see, but he'll be the first to admit he's not the best in the Premier League, and it comes across to me like he doesn't really enjoy it, it's not his cup of tea. "It's up to us to achieve them dreams".

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