Manuel Pellegrini: Four teams in Premier League title race

Manuel Pellegrini believes that Manchester City will end up fighting for the title with Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United

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Manuel Pellegrini took over from Roberto Mancini at City Photo: Universidad Católica de Chile

Manuel Pellegrini believes that Manchester City will end up fighting for the Premier League title with Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United.

The Citizens currently find themselves down in eighth place in the Premier League table, six points behind early pace-setters Arsenal.

And the City boss is convinced that the Gunners, the Blues and the Red Devils will be his side’s main title rivals in the second half of the season.

“The Premier League is very close this year,” the Manchester Evening News quotes Pellegrini as saying.

“There are six clubs challenging, with very little difference between one team and another.

“We have a lot of points to fight for, and I think at the end it will be between Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City.”

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