Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is adamant that other clubs will challenge his side much harder next season with likes of Manchester United and Chelsea closing the gap to the top. Klopp’s side has strolled their way to the title this season, hammering everyone out of their way in the process. With seven games left to play, the Anfield club are 23 points clear of second-placed City, highlighting just how dominant they have been in their charge towards their first title triumph in 30 years.
Jurgen Klopp said “Yes, City will be strong next season, United will be strong next season, Chelsea will be strong next season. They all will be strong next season. Out of the three of them, it’s obvious City is just an outstanding team. United are in outstanding shape and Chelsea are in really good shape and doing some interesting business. Tottenham will not sleep, Arsenal will not sleep – they’ll come. Leicester will be there. The thing is we have to play 38 games during a year and it’s who wins most of them [who will] win the league. We will not defend the title next year, we will attack the next one. That will be difficult enough. What we achieved last year, in this case last week, is something for the history books.”
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