Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand gave his top four predictions before the start of the season.
Speaking over the weekend, Ferdinand backed Manchester City to win the league, and claimed Liverpool would finish in second.
Interestingly, Ferdinand backed Tottenham and Manchester United to finish in the top four, as he didn’t make room for Chelsea.
“I can’t look any further than Man City,” the Manchester United captain told William Hill.
“Recruitment has been efficient and with [Erling] Haaland, they’ve got the best in the market.
“And [they’ve got] squad depth with someone like [Kalvin] Phillips as well. The only one I think will be a loss for them is [Raheem] Sterling, but I feel this season [Jack] Grealish will step up and become one of the main men.
“The top four will be Manchester City, Liverpool, Spurs and Manchester United, in that order.”
Rio Ferdinand had backed Manchester United to do well because of the appointment of new manager Erik ten Hag.
However, Manchester United lost their opening game 2-1 to Brighton.