GARY NEVILLE has announced who he thinks will win the Premier League title.
Last season, the Manchester United legend backed Manchester City to win the league throughout the season despite Arsenal's challenge.
For the coming campaign, Neville, 48, has changed his favourites and is expecting the Gunners to be the "only team" to challenge City.
Speaking on The Overlap: "I don’t think Arsenal could’ve done any more to close the gap [to Manchester City].
"They’ve shown real intent with the signings that they’ve made – my concern is that I look at and think they actually could win the league.
"They obviously fell short last season, but with the signings they’ve made I think they’re going to be better.
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"I don’t look at Liverpool at the moment and think they’re going to be challenging for the league – and the same with Manchester United and what they’ve done so far.
"Unless United, Chelsea or Liverpool do something miraculous in the next few months of the transfer window, Arsenal are the only team that could challenge City at this point in time.
"I would still back City for the title – just!
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However, he did then change his mind as he opted to back Arsenal for the league title.
He added: "I am going to go Arsenal to win the league, City second.
"If I was putting my life on it I’d put City, but I’m just going to go Arsenal."
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Arsenal finished second in the Premier League last season and did look to be the favourites until a drop in form allowed Man City back into the race.
Over the summer the Gunners have added more depth to the squad with manager Mikel Arteta signing Declan Rice, Kai Havertz and Jurrien Timber.
They have started in the right way as they beat Man City on penalties to win the Community Shield at Wembley.
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