With the new season moving through gears and teams making quick and speedy buys over the summer window, the new league season is expected to be more competitive.
The cliché –between the big four– is now a worn out statement, as the Premier League is now a fight involving the big six.
Arsenal and Liverpool are gearing themselves up to look as strong contenders for the title this term.
With a couple of big names coming in this summer the likes of Fabinho and Naby Keita, Liverpool already boast of a strong centre.
However, they may have to watch as some of their best midfielder exit the club due to the increasingly fierce competition.
Dutch star Georginio Wijnaldum is plotting an exit from Anfield following suggestions he is afraid of the new competition, per sportsnova.
The former Magpies player wants to reunite with former boss Philip Cocu at Fernebache .
According to some startling reports, the 27-year-old is unsure if he can make the cut again into the first team after a record 91 appearances for the Merseysiders for the past two seasons.
With the arrival of duo Naby Keita and Fabinho, Wijnaldum is expected to fall below the perking order at the oufit.
And tabling a transfer seems like the only reasonable move for the Dutchman to stay at top form.
Nevertheless, it would be good to see him fight his way through, into the first team.