Rio Ferdinand has already made a prediction for the Premier League winner of next season

Rio Ferdinand has already made a prediction for the Premier League winner of next season

After this fantastic football season, it all came down to the last fixture where Rio Ferdinand made a prediction for the winner of the Premier League 2022-23.

Premier League is now over and it was a rollercoaster ride for Liverpool and Manchester City as the winners were decided in the last half an hour of their matches.

Moreover, Liverpool were in a draw situation before the second half where Man City were losing the game and it all changed in the second half for both the teams.

Liverpool did whatever they needed to and won their match 3-1 against Wolves at Anfield but City pulled a comeback later in the second half.

The prediction of Rio Ferdinand for the next season

Now, as this season is over fans cannot wait for the next season to start with all the new signings done by many teams and Erling Haaland will be a player to watch next season for Manchester City.

Rio Ferdinand believes that Manchester City have the ability to win the Premier League next season as he mentioned in his show when asked about next season’s winner.

I’m going to go for City. I think they’ll get the three in a row they’re looking for. I think that will happen. But I think what Klopp’s done has been nothing short of remarkable, to come in and change that club around. Where they were is almost like where Man United are at now.

Ferdinand said

The Manchester United legend believes that the signing of Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund will add more firepower for the Sky Blues in their vigorous attack.

However, he also believes that the Norwegian international might find it difficult to adapt to the playing style of Pep Guardiola.

Also, it will be very interesting to see Erling Haaland playing the tactical game and it will be fascinating for the fans to see Haaland under Pep and Premier League for the first time in his career.

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