The championships in the Premier League, Spain and Germany resume this weekend
The arrival of Lionel Messi – and not only him – attracted all the spotlight on Paris Saint-Germain, but as the Saints will essentially have no competition in the Ligue 1, we will view the French championship more as a set of “highlight” moments of the Paris grandmasters. For real, competitive football, we will have to look in other directions, and it seems that it will not be as interesting anywhere as in England, Germany and Spain, where the seasons start this weekend.
At least the English have no dilemma, they were only touched by the crisis caused by the coronavirus, so Manchester City gave 117,500,000 euros this summer for Jack Grillish, Chelsea will shake the same amount for Romelu Lukaku, while Manchester United gave 85,000,000 for Jadon Sancho. Let’s add Liverpool’s 40,000,000 for Ibrahima Konaté with an already strong team, then Arsenal’s 58,500,000 for Ben White, Leicester’s 30,000,000 for Patson Daka and not to mention now – it is quite clear that we will not watch a more even league next season, at least when we talk about these best.
We are still waiting to see if Harry Kane will remain consistent and leave Tottenham in the lurch, and the “Spurs” will be on the toughest challenge in the first round, as Manchester City is on their feet, and Mozzart has a big odds of 5.50 on the victory of London. The team testifies that the “Spurs” are no longer seen as serious challengers for the title.
Sunday’s clash is without a doubt a derby match, while on Saturday at 12.30 Manchester United who wants to win a title this season will attack at Old Trafford Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds with odds of 1.60 on home team to win in Mozzart.
Unlike the English, the Spainish were ruined by the ‘covid’ so, the day before the season resumes, six clubs could not register summer reinforcements. Among them, even the crippled Barcelona, which is playing a derby round with Real Sociedad on Saturday, with still a clear chance of winning, which is why the victory of the Catalans in Mozzart is paid at odds of 1.75. After all, Antoine Griezmann is still there, Pedri promises, we will see if Joan Laporta will manage to register the biggest summer reinforcement of Memphis Depay in time.
Real Madrid this summer limited itself to the arrival of free agent David Alaba, saving the budget for Kylian Mbappé for the summer of 2022, and Carlo Ancelotti with a proven, albeit exhausted, lineup. However, the odds of 1.47 for the victory of the Royal Club on the road against Alaves are proven.
For the sake of comparison, for Atl.Madrid to win on a visit to Celta are paid at Mozzart bookmakers with a odds of 2.00, although the current champion saved the entire team from last season, and added to that 35,000,000 euros of already paid Rodrigo De Paul.
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