Premier League 2018/19 season will kick off on 11th of August. Manchester City will start their title defence against Arsenal at Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Jose Mourinho complains will continue when he welcomes Leicester City at Old Trafford on Friday night in the first game of the season. Maurizio Sarri will hope for a better result after 2-0 defeat to Man City when Chelsea play Huddersfield Town away on Saturday. Liverpool attacking football will be re-ignited once again at Anfield against West Ham United. Spurs will face Newcastle United at St. James Park on Saturday. Today, as we continue to wait patiently for the new season, we want to look at best-to-worst shirts for next season as ranked by the experts. The list includes only top six clubs but their position overall is also revealed.
6. Manchester City
Premier League champions Manchester City thrashed Chelsea 2-0 on Sunday to bag their third silverware in 2018. Pep Guardiola side was the better side all afternoon at Wembley Stadium. The goals were scored by Sergio Aguero. However, according to the experts, City will defend their title wearing the worst shirt in terms of design. It is ranked 6th for top six sides and 19th if we include all 20 clubs. NIKE has been blamed for not putting too much effort into the design. This applies only to the home kit.
5. Manchester United
Jose Mourinho continues to complain about lack of signing so far this summer. Manchester United was exposed once again by Bayern Munich in their final friendly match at Allianz Arena on Sunday. The Red Devils struggled to control the game for ninety minutes. The Premier League side did not even register a single shot on target. Old Trafford will welcome Leicester City on Friday in 2018/19 first game. The fans will not be too pleased with Adidas for messing up the design of the home kit. It is the 5th worst when you consider the top six clubs and 18th if we include all 20 clubs.
4. Tottenham Hotspurs
Mauricio Pochetino is silently wondering how next season will pan out for his team because all the big players are still out enjoying the sunlight. Tottenham Hotspurs stars were involved in semi-final and final of Russia 2018 World Cup. This means they were given an extended holiday. They include Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Danny Rose, Kieran Trippier, Toby Alderwield, Jan Vertoghen, and Hugo Lloris mong others.
To make matters even worse for the London side, Nike messed up their 2018/19 kit. The shirt is not too pleasing and the fans are already complaining. The experts rank it 4th for top six clubs and 10th overall if you include all 20 clubs. The only good news is their new stadium set to be opened soon.