Premier League transfer round-up: Blind rejoins Ajax – Daily Mail

With 100 points won, 106 goals scored and a 19-point gap to their nearest challengers, Manchester City’s Premier League title win last season could not have been more emphatic. Pep Guardiola’s team produced some of the finest football the English top-flight has ever seen to leave their rivals floored. Now comes the challenge of defending that title with the true mark of top class team being their appetite for success season after season. As the big kick-off approaches, we take a look at what City have done to strengthen this summer and what their top six rivals have done to try and catch them.

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