Kevin Kilbane predicts where Man City, Liverpool FC will finish

Kevin Kilbane predicts where Man City, Liverpool FC will finish

The interior designers recruited into The Theatre of Dreams have obviously been more productive than chairman Ed Woodward this season in giving United a makeover, and the results are sure to make the rest of the Premier League green with envy, radiating class and sophistication.

"Last season they were runners-up in the league and FA Cup runners-up and okay, that's not good enough for Manchester United but I don't think it's as bad as people have painted it".

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"I just don't see United getting closer to City". Not just because of the harmony they've had since Jurgen Klopp has been there, but also the signings they've done early.

Speaking in an interview with BBC Sport, Kilbane said: "I have tipped City because of the way they played last season, and how they play but it would not surprise me if Liverpool won the league".

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"But the harmony is so important and if they get caught too far behind they'll have trouble catching up". But they'll want to get the players and team already have to challenge for a top four spot.

A video released on the club's Twitter page, shows a dynamic setting with three injury tables in the centre above the United logo with the players' leather seats surrounding them.

United kick off their Premier League campaign against Leicester tomorrow night (8pm).

Spurs visit Newcastle later today before Chelsea take on Huddersfield.

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