How Long Can Liverpool Dominate the Premier League?

The 2019/20 Premier League title is in the bag for Liverpool. They have been nothing short of superb all season, but what does the future hold for them? They appear to have set themselves up well, with a core of key players happy at the club, young players who will be around for years to come, and now troubles at other clubs.

Could we see Liverpool dominate the Premier League for many years to come?

 
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Liverpool’s Foot Perfect Squad Assembling

Jurgen Klopp deserves a ton of credit for what he has done with the Liverpool squad. From bringing in an electric front three to make them fun to watch and offer goal scoring that few can keep up with to finalising their big by adding key pieces such as Virgin Van Dijk and Alisson.

Klopp has piece by piece built his Liverpool dynasty, and there are enough young players involved in it for them to dominate for many years to come. This isn’t a flash in the pan success for a team in their 30s, this is a young side, full of star quality, and one that may be tough to catch.

Do Liverpool Have Any Title Opposition Next Season and Beyond?

There is no betting market available yet, but when it does come out, Liverpool will be strong odds on favourites to win the 2020/21 Premier League title. Even if they don’t improve their own squad, which is highly unlikely, the others behind them have far too much to do to get anywhere near Liverpool.

It is likely that Liverpool will be the banker on almost every league winners bet that is placed before next season starts. Being such a big league to wager on, you will often find the UK’s best betting offers available on Premier League markets.

Manchester City are the nearest challengers to Liverpool, but their FFP ban from the Champions League will not only make it harder for them to recruit, but could potentially lose them players too.

The likes of Manchester United and Arsenal have been going through rebuilding phases for the past 12-18 months, both of those appear to be nowhere near finished either so they are unlikely to get involved any time soon.

Chelsea and Tottenham should be the teams to take advantage of United and Arsenal, but they have found things a struggle this season. Even if things go better next season, they are so far off Liverpool at the moment that it would take a huge ask, some big money spent, and Liverpool to perform poorly, all three are not likely to come in the same season.

We could see the best challenge come from Leicester if they can keep their squad intact and add to it with the money they will make from being in the Champions League next season.

Even if that is the case, like everyone else they have a mountain to climb to get near to what Liverpool have done this season. Factor in to that the likelihood of Liverpool adding to their squad in the summer and a dominant period could well indeed be for years to come, rather than just one year.