Premier League Winner Odds 23/24 – Man City Odds-On Favourites Again
In this post you can find the latest Premier League winner odds for the upcoming 2023/24 season as we look ahead to next year’s title odds.
Man City were once again crowned Premier League Champions to make it 3-in-a-row for the Citizens. Even more impressively Pep Guardiola’s side have now won five of the last six league titles.
So who are rated as their biggest challengers going into next season’s Premier League? Find out all the 2023/24 Premier League winner odds below!
Premier League Winner Odds 2023/24
Manchester City – Premier League 23/24 Favourites
Man City are already odds-on favourites for the 2023/24 Premier League. City will be going for their sixth league title in seven years and an unprecedented fourth title in a row. It is very difficult to look past Man City for next season’s title even with this season just finished.
While I’m sure there will be funds to bolster their squad (as always) unlike last season where the obvious addition was a goalscorer where they duly went out and signed the best goalscorer around in Erling Haaland. 52 Goals and 9 Assists in 51 Games later they are on course for a historic treble.
The additions chosen will largely depend on whether they can complete the treble this season and who leaves with the likes of Gundogan, Bernardo Silva and Cancelo all linked with moves away, there will be funds to replace them if needs be.
Man City will be worthy favourites next season regardless but I think this will be the most difficult for them as it’s hard to maintain the hunger year after year.
Following their excellent 21/22 season where they won the FA Cup, and EFL Cup and fought on all four fronts with great distinction the 22/23 season has seen a hangover for Klopp’s Liverpool with them finishing in fifth place and outside the Champions League qualification spots for the first time since the 16/17 season.
Love them or loathe them it is impossible to argue that Liverpool have not been one of the top 5 teams not just in England these last 5/6 years but in football full-stop. After a season of “mediocrity” Klopp and his troops will be all out to set the record straight next season.
If that is to happen Liverpool will need some serious investment, and it remains unclear whether FSG will be willing to fund it to the tune that will be required to get close to Man City’s level next season.
With the likes of Milner, Firmino confirmed to be leaving and Henderson and Thiago all ageing, serious additions in midfield will be needed in particular with the likes of Mac Allister, Rice and Real-Madrid abound Bellingham all linked in recent months.
Manchester United – 8/1
Erik ten Hag primary goal when first appointed as Manchester United manager would have been to return the club to the Champions League and if they could win a trophy along the way it would be even better.
He has done just that, securing the EFL Cup back in February beating Newcastle in the final, and winning four of their last five league matches to secure third place and Champions League Football for next season.
However, throughout the season their lack of squad depth was highlighted particularly by their over-reliance on Rashford and Casemiro. If the former wasn’t playing or on form Man United were not scoring, and if Casemiro was missing they lacked the defensive stability and control in midfield.
It is no surprise that they are linked with a striker topping their wish list and if they can sign an Oshimen, Kane or Ramos along with added depth across the pitch, you could see Man United climb at least a place next season.
Arsenal – 9/1
Mikel Arteta deserves a lot of plaudits for the job he has done since taking the Arsenal job back in 2019. Probably the biggest sign of progress has been this season after he has guided his side from a fifth finish in 21/22 to a second-place finish and a title challenge for much of the 22/23 season.
Arsenal boast a well-rounded side who are strong across the park with the likes of Odegaard, Martinelli and Saka contributing to a devastating attack.
Arsenal will suffer this summer from the fact that it is very difficult to improve their starting 11 with Declan Rice being the main name to be talked about to take Arsenal to the next level whether he remains that level of player is yet to be seen.
I think Arsenal may have benefitted from the surprise effect this season and I suspect that could be the peak of this squad unless they can bring in some serious additions along with Rice. With that being said, Arteta has proven people wrong before so maybe he can do so again in this upcoming Premier League season.
Newcastle United – 12/1
Newcastle United are on an upward trajectory after a fantastic 22/23 campaign. Eddie Howe has done an excellent job at the club so far leading them from an 11th-place finish last season to qualifying for next season’s Champions League after a 4th-place finish in the league this year.
Despite, the obvious funds that are available to the club, as of yet the club have spent relatively modestly, preferring to make shrewd acquisitions like Tripper for £12 million, Pope for £10 million and Isak for a slightly larger £63 million to transform the fortunes of this side.
What is to be most feared from a Newcastle fan perspective is the danger of the club now throwing money around for the sake of it instead focusing on the right additions.
However, it remains to be seen whether they will look to force the issue even more having qualified for the Champions League now. The Magpies will be challenging for the title sooner rather than later, although this may come a season too early for them, they are still a solid sleeper candidate for next season if they can continue this upward trajectory.
Chelsea – 14/1
Chelsea had a horrible 22/23 season where they finished 12th which was the club’s first finish in the bottom half of the table since the 95/96 season when they were managed by Glenn Hoddle.
Given their terrible form in the 22/23 season is no surprise that they went through three managers, namely Tuchel, Potter, and Lampard. Unfortunately for Chelsea each man performed worse than their predecessor.
That being said, Chelsea have spent over £642 million on football talent in the last 12 months and with that spending seeing no sign of stopping it seems almost impossible that a winning side can’t be put together eventually.
The highly regarded Mauricio Pochettino is now at the helm so there’s every chance that Chelsea have the right man in charge to reverse their fortunes. You’d have to imagine they cannot be any worse next season surely?
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