Ronaldo (R9) has predicted who is going to win the Premier League this season

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Ronaldo Nazario has given his verdict on who is winning the Premier League this season. Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City are currently embroiled in what may be the closest title race we’ve seen in years.

Anfield, the Emirates and the Etihad are all viable destinations for English football’s biggest prize, and it’s so tough to call who will win the league. Arsenal will face City on the 30th of this month after the international break.

Arsenal currently lead the way, but with Liverpool and Man City both hot on their tails, it’s hard to call this one.

We’ve heard many predictions from many pundits over the last few weeks. But now, one of the biggest names in football history has stuck his neck on the line. And tried to call this title race.

Ronaldo has given his verdict on who is going to win the Premier League. When asked by the Daily Mail who he thinks will win the race this season, Ronaldo simply replied. “City.” And Guardiola boldly declared back in December that he was confident.

Ronaldo Backs City to Win Premier League

Guardiola backs themselves to win the league

My feeling today is we’re going to win the Premier League,” he insisted. “People don’t believe it already, after three draws, but we feel we’re going to do it again – knowing that it is not easy because no team has done it yet [won four in a row].

“The difficulty is there and was last season, but if you ask me today what I’m feeling. We’re going to do it again.” However, when reflecting on the race after City’s draw with Liverpool. Guardiola gave a more measured response as he admitted “it will be difficult” to come out on top.

“The reflection of that is a good point to say. Except one year when Liverpool won it it with a lot of points, we were always there,” he said. “The question is to be there. It will be difficult with the quality.

“We need 98 or 99 minutes to draw or win games. Arsenal need 25 minutes to go 3-0 every game but yesterday was a little bit more tight. We knew it last season with Arsenal when they made 50 points in the first leg.

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