During the 2000's, there was the "Big Four", consisting of Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal. Currently, it's the "Big Six", with Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur added to the mix. Surprisingly, this is Liverpool's first Premier League title, with numerous second-place finishes as recent as last season. So, is Liverpool in for a long haul of titles? Will they be the next big dynasty the way Manchester United was in the 1990's?
Looking at the rest of the league, Chelsea will probably be the biggest competition Liverpool will have in the next few years. Adding Christian Pulisic should help give the Blues more scoring power. Chelsea also got their transfer ban halved, which will help them return to the competitive landscape.
Manchester City MAY stick around for a bit, but it will depend on what happens with Pep Guardiola. Rumor has it that Barcelona has their eyes set on Guardiola's services. Then there are squads such as Manchester United and Arsenal that have some shuffling around to do. Tottenham Hotspur has Harry Kane, but will that be enough? There isn't much from the rest of the field aside from maybe Leicester City.
As for Liverpool, they just locked in Sadio Mane with a five-year contract worth 26 million Euros last September. The Reds did the same thing with Mohamed Salah two years ago, giving him a five-year contract worth 52 million euros on July 2nd, 2018. They also have Roberto Firmino (eight goals, seven assists this season) a five-year deal worth 46.8 million Euros two years ago and gave Trent Alexander-Arnold (12 assists) a five-year contract for a good price of 10.4 million Euros a year ago. Even manager Jurgen Klopp is locked in until 2024. Basically, Liverpool has their core set for the future.
I'm going to say that Liverpool will dominate for the next few years in the Premier League. With so many variables possibly swinging in favor of Liverpool, the Reds won't be walking alone for the next few years. This season's title is their first, but it won't be their last.
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