3 reasons why 2024/25 will be Arsenal's best chance to win Premier League title

• All change at Liverpool

• Justice at last?

• FFP likely to offer a boost

Will Mikel Arteta lead Arsenal to a Premier League title?
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Almost 20 years on from Arsenal's last Premier League title, there is sufficient reason to believe that next season will be our best chance to do it all over again.

At the time of writing, it has been 7,232 days since Arsenal last won the Premier League, having done so during the famed 'Invincible' season.

Many thought that last 2022/23 would finally be the Gunners' time, but injuries ended any real chance that we had of lifting the trophy once more.

This season also sees the club with a genuine chance of once again getting our hands on the trophy, but there feels like a cruel inevitability of either Manchester City or Liverpool clinching the title.

With that being said, and while we should by no means at all write off this season, I am of the belief that next season will be Arsenal's best-ever chance to win the Premier League, even if we did so this season too.

With that being said, here are three reasons why 2024/25 could be Arsenal's best chance to ever win the Premier League.

1. All change at Liverpool

Juergen Klopp
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool FC - Premier League / Justin Setterfield/GettyImages

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last couple of months, you will know that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has announced his intention to step away from the club at the end of the current season.

This means that the Reds will be playing under a new manager during the 2024/25 season, something that they have not had to do since the start of the 2015/16 season.

As well as a new manager, there will be general upheaval at the Merseyside giants this summer as they embark on a new era and target a new sporting director to lead them forward.

With so much change expected at the club, it feels implausible to suggest that they could maintain the high levels that we have come to expect of them during Klopp's tenure, barring last season, which could see one less competitor standing between Arsenal and the Premier League title.

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