As the Premier League, Bundesliga, and Ligue 1 tables begin, it’s time to skip forward and predict how it all will end.
The three giant leagues were won by three giant clubs last season – Manchester City, Bayern Munich, and PSG, respectively.
With the new tables set and ready to be battled over, here’s how we think it will all end in 2023.
Reigning Champs – Bayern Munich
End of Season Top 4 Prediction: It’s difficult to see too much change at the top, though SC Freiburg and Union Berlin will have their shots.
- Bayern Munich
- Borussia Dortmund
- RB Leipzig
- Union Berlin
Reigning Champs – PSG
End of Season Top 4 Prediction: It is impossible to see anyone other than Messi, Neymar, and Mbappe holding the trophy at the end of the season. Unless you count their teammates.
Reigning Champs – Manchester City
End of Season Top 4 Prediction: The Premier League will be very competitive at the top this season. Liverpool and Man City have the best shot, though Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, and Man U think they are ready to run the table.
- Manchester City
And since this story is still a few players short of a full squad, let’s go ahead and predict La Liga and Serie A, beginning next weekend.
Reigning Champs – Real Madrid
End of Season Top 4 Prediction: Though Seville-based squads Sevilla and Real Betis have been on the rise, La Liga still belongs to Real Madrid and Barcelona. This season will be no different, and a resurgent Barcelona is bound to win it all.
- Real Madrid
- Atletico Madrid
- Real Betis
Reigning Champs – AC Milan
End of Season Top 4 Prediction: Serie A is probably the most wide-open league this season, making the Italians even more unpredictable than usual. With teams like AS Roma, Inter, and Fiorentina on the rise, expect a struggling Juventus to continue struggling, despite stellar play from USMNT star Weston McKennie.
- AS Roma
- Inter Milan
- AC Milan
Check back in nine months to see how we did! Who do you think will win Europe’s top leagues? Leave your predictions below.
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