Head Coach of Liverpool side, Jurgen Klopp has given his Candid Opinion on the 2022/2023 EPL title race.

The 55 Years old Gaffer feels that his Closest Rival, Manchester City would run with the Title again just like they have done in the past 2 Seasons.

Jurgen Klopp won Liverpool Their first ever league title in 30 Years during the 2019/2020 season after Narrowly edging out Fierce Rivals, City on the race to the title and this time around, the German Coach doesn't see his side or any other team beating City to the League title as he disclosed to sky Sports the team led by Pep Guardiola would be Crowned Champions again for the 5th Time in 6 years.

"It's always like this: the main target is to qualify for the Champions League," Klopp told Sky Sports.

"It's really difficult enough already. When you reach that and then still have time to fight for the title, then you do that. But for the majority of the season you fight for the Champions League.

"That will be a massive fight (for the Premier League title), oh my god. That's the Premier League. I have no idea who will make the race, it looks like City in the end will be the champion. If we hadn't have been champion I think they would've won it five or six times in a row which is really crazy in this country. But our target is to play the best possible season for us. What can we squeeze out? Let's see. Really looking forward to it."

Just like Jurgen Klopp, Many other football fans and pundits believes that Pep Guardiola's side would be running away with the title again Considering the Fact that the Cityzens have introduced Norwegian Goal Poacher, Erling Haaland to the Team and has been Busy in the transfer window offloading a couple of first team players, Such as Sterling, Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus which is a clear indication of what Pep Guardiola is cooking for his side 

Added to Erling Haaland's Signing, City also welcomed Julian Alvarez and Calvin Phillips to the Etihad.

Erling Haaland is already off the mark for City in his first game played against Bayern Munich. The Attacker was well positioned, stretching to Meet a Pass across the face of Goal from Jack Grealish.