A lot can change before the season starts, so it could be argued it's too soon to make a definitive prediction on who will be champions.
Since leaving Manchester United, Javier Hernandez has been scoring goals for fun - first as a regular substitute for Real Madrid and now as Bayer Leverkusen's star man. The Mexico international has 28 in 54 Bundesliga games since moving to Germany, and was named player of the month twice last season.
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has claimed that the Red Devils will challenge Manchester City for the Premier League title next season. But talks seemed to stall with Inter, as their valuation of Perisic was way in excess of what United were prepared to pay, and the club stating Perisic was going nowhere. Whether that is of interest for the Foxes remains to be seen.
"I say it every year, whoever recruits best, wins the league".
Sadly, the loophole has been close and those in the know at FPL headquarters have made him a forward for the 2017/18 season. Chelsea getting N'Golo Kante [last year] was a masterstroke and Eden Hazard and Diego Costa came back to form.
"So, whoever has the best relationship, the best contacts and is willing to put the money in will probably do it". "You're not just talking about winning the Premier League title, you're talking about competing in Europe".
United and City have already spent heavily in this transfer window, but one gets the feeling that they are nowhere near done yet. All big clubs want to be winning Champions Leagues. They've already signed the promising Victor Lindelof from Benfica and the belligerent Romelu Lukaku from Everton (from right under Chelsea's noses to boot) but two more signings and the deal could be sealed - so we look at six players who would fit the bill perfectly at United.