What next for the Premier League's top six?

What next for the Premier League's top six?

City's free-flowing football, epitomised by Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane, David Silva and Raheem Sterling, had everyone in raptures and in truth, had the title wrapped up several weeks before it was mathematically certain.

It has been a historic season for Pep Guardiola's Manchester City who have broken records and reached new heights in the Premier League during the 2017/18 season.

Manchester United haven't won the Premier League title since 2013 when Sir Alex Ferguson was still in charge of the Red Devils.

Manchester City had dominated the league so much that they played in second gear towards the end and still set records while Chelsea and Arsenal dropped to the Europa League in what was a tough fight for the top four.

"Then we'll try to come back stronger than this season".

"All the other managers deserve this". 100 points - 50 points at home and 50 points away.

The Spaniard masterminded City's Premier League title triumph with a points record of 100, with his side amassing 106 goals along the way. "It's massive. One hundred points is magnificent", BBC Sport quotes Guardiola as saying.

As reported by Sportsmail final week, City are looking to seal a £110m double swoop for Napoli midfielder Jorginho and Riyad Mahrez, whereas they've additionally been linked with Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha.

"In many ways we need to rediscover that identity both on the pitch and off it if we are to make the community proud of this football club again".

"I don't usually win awards because it's the fellow managers who vote for it", Guardiola added.

Behind them, Tottenham pipped Liverpool to third place but the Golden Boot went to the magical left foot of Salah, whose 32 goals (two more than Kane) is a record for a 38-match Premier League season. Salah won the Golden Boot and the Player of the Year titles after an incredible campaign.

Compared to the dire straights the club was in in 2003 when they retained their Football League status in the last game of the season, Swansea are still in good shape. I can say to my son that I played with the best African player ever.