11 things you might have forgotten from last season's Premier League


Guardiola, a former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager, has yet to win a trophy since taking charge of City at the start of last season.

Where the Manchester clubs have spent upwards of 200 million pounds on their teams, Chelsea - who have a small squad as it is - have brought in just Tiemoue Bakayoko and Alvaro Morata, both talented players but unaccustomed to the rigours of the Premier League.

That building work has involved spending big on five major signings.

Manchester City, another big-money spenders in the league too have splashed their wealth by fortifying their defence with the likes of Benjamin Mendy, Kyle Walker, Danilo, for Goalkeeper Ederson they spend record transfer fee and also acquired the services of playmaker Bernardo Silva.

Radio station Onda Cera boldly claim that Guardiola has enquired over his availability this summer, after City became a man down following the sale of Fernando to Galatasaray.

The Seagulls are back among English football's elite for the first time since 1983 after boss Chris Hughton guided them to the Championship runners-up spot last term. "We will maybe change one important player".

"I knew Newcastle is a massive club", said the 29-year-old.

Bosnia is just one of 105 nations outside the British Isles who have supplied players to the Premier League in its 25-year history. "But if you go to England it's £20-£25m more expensive", the Spaniard told a news conference ahead of City's Premier League opener with Brighton & Hove on Saturday.

"So although it will be hard to get a point or three against Manchester City, it's not impossible".

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It is no wonder that Liverpool want "The Little Magician" to remain with the club as has really flourished at Merseyside. The statement said: "Philippe has tried very hard to find an amicable solution to this situation but to no avail".

"I did it, and now I need to look forward and think about this season in the Premier League". "If we get on top, we have got to make it count and get the fans right behind us", he added.

"If we do something good this season it's because we were together last season, and we know better, and I know better, and they know me better, and that's why it's easy".

"So whatever happens at the start of the season - and of course I hope we get off to a flier - we must stay calm and remember that it's where we are in the table after 38 games that matters, not the first few".

With such an influx of talent, it may take some time for the new signings of the club to adjust to Guardiola's system - and City fans will be hoping this occurs sooner rather than later.

"There is a lot of games, it's a long season but I expect us to do well".

Will Conte follow Mourinho's footstep and win a second successive Premier League title or will he emulate Mourinho and bottom out in his second season on the job?

"I would like in three or four passes to score a goal, but sometimes it's not possible and you have to move them [the opposition] a little bit more, and because our strikers are not Peter Crouch, our strikers are completely different, they are not strong in the air".

He is amongst the players who gelled well into the manager's system, along with the likes of David Silva, Fernandinho, Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane, and lately Gabriel Jesus.