Harry Redknapp reveals whether Arsenal can win the Premier league

While many remember Harry Redknapp for his time playing at West Ham and managing Tottenham, as a child, he supported Arsenal. And in a recent interview, he gave his opinion on whether they have the minerals to go all the way.

After falling short of a Champions League place last season, ‘The Gunners’ have bounced back with a vengeance. Under the guidance of Mikel Arteta, they’ve found themselves atop the Premier, playing the best football they have in years. But after an upset loss against Everton, a small element of doubt has entered the mind of even the biggest of supporters. So without further ado, let’s hear what Redknapp has to say.

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Harry Redknapp doesn’t think Arsenal will win the Premier League

While the 75-year-old would love to see his childhood team come up trumps, he isn’t overly convinced.

Redknapp, speaking to Reece Mennie on his podcast, said: “I think Arsenal are playing fantastic football. The football they’re playing, and the team just looks so well-balanced. Two great wingers in Saka and Martinelli, they’re strong in midfield – Odegaard looks a real player, I love the way he plays, he’s just class. And they look solid at the back, Ramsdale is good.

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He continued: “I don’t know though, I’ve still got a feeling Man City are gonna win it, I think they’re gonna come with a rally and pip them. But it’s gonna be tight. Arsenal is gonna take some catching, but the one team you don’t want chasing you down is Man City! If it was anyone else chasing them I’d say yeh fine, but they’re so dangerous. Look how they turned it around at Spurs in the second half, and look at the bench in that game – crazy! Dias and Foden not getting a game, and they could walk into any team. All the changes Pep can make everywhere is just ridiculous. If Arsenal gets a couple of injuries, it will be a big problem for them.”

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