Where Will Arsenal Finish This Season? 6th?

This Premier League season is shaping up to be one of the most exciting in a long time. Last season Chelsea had the title wrapped up by Christmas pretty much and the season before all of the big teams decided they didn’t want to win the Premier League and Leicester City swooped in and achieved one of the biggest surprises in footballing history.

However this season, it looks like all the big sides are taking it seriously – with the exception of Arsenal possibly.

Manchester United have spent big on Romelu Lukaku, Nemanja Matic and Victor Lindelof, Manchester City have spent £2 billion on defenders, Liverpool have signed Mohamed Salah, Dominic Solanke and Andy Robertson, Chelsea have splashed the cash with Alvaro Morata the pick of the bunch and Arsenal? We’ve brought in Alexandre Lacazette and The Tank.

In terms of summer signings, we’ve done okay but we’ve been left behind by the big spending of the other sides.

For me, the two Manchester clubs look like the ones to beat. Manchester City have sorted out their defensive problems, Jose Mourinho always wins the league in his second season and Liverpool and Chelsea will be up there again. Arsenal however will look to be better this season but I can’t see them finishing higher than 4th, if I’m perfectly honest.

We’ve managed to “keep” Mesut Özil and Alexis Sanchez but there are still question marks over our defence and midfield. Sead Kolasinac looks like an absolute beast but a couple of injuries and we might struggle. The other problem really is the mentality of the team, and whether they have that ruthless streak in them. We’ve often been criticised for being too soft and there’s not too many players in our team who have won the Premier League before.

Looking at how the big teams have spent this summer, the Top 6 for me will look like this:

1. Manchester United
2. Manchester City
3. Tottenham Hotspur
4. Chelsea
5. Liverpool
6. Arsenal

Where do you think Arsenal will finish this season? It would be worth checking out the latest odds with NetBet and seeing who the bookies think will win the Premier League!

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