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The storylines which will define the new Premier League season

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Antonio Conte seems to have fallen in love with Tottenham, having finished last season strongly to clinch fourth, while - having got a host of big-earners out of his squad - Arsenal are now very much Mikel Arteta's team, with Martin Odegaard captaining a side full of youthful energy.

Thomas Tuchel may have voiced concerns about how ready Chelsea are for the new campaign, particularly in defence, but they still have a formidable squad. Tough task for Erik It seems remarkable to think Manchester United went into last season having finished runners-up but new manager Erik ten Hag is the latest man charged with rebuilding a club in turmoil, with Cristiano Ronaldo starting the season with his future up in the air.

More changing times The Premier League wasn't the only innovation in 1992 - the rule preventing a goalkeeper picking up a backpass was introduced and three subs were named for the first time, one a keeper, although only two could be used.

More: Manchester United FC Ambition and motivation Norwich have been criticised for a lack of ambition on their last two visits to the Premier League but Nottingham Forest have raised eyebrows in the other direction having beaten West Ham to Jesse Lingard among their 12 summer signings, while also landing goalkeeper Dean Henderson, another England international, on loan from Manchester United.

With the Premier League pausing from November 12 until Boxing Day to allow for the tournament in Qatar, this will be the ultimate season of two halves.

MORE : Metro's Premier League hot takes: Gabriel Jesus top scorer? Spurs to challenge? Erling Haaland to flop?

MORE : Three ways Manchester United could line up against Brighton as Erik ten Hag prepares for Premier League bow.

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