“I Don’t Want”: Man City Star Kyle Walker Shares Who Out of Liverpool and Arsenal He Doesn’t Want to See Win PL Title

Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal are currently locked in a fierce battle for the Premier League title, marking one of the most tightly contested races in recent memory.

At the summit of the league table sit Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, closely pursued by Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, with Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal trailing closely behind in third place. The gap between the top three teams is a mere two points.

Liverpool are aiming to secure their 20th top-flight title, striving to bid farewell to Klopp on a high note as he prepares to depart Anfield at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Manchester City are eyeing a historic fourth consecutive Premier League title, while Arsenal are poised to clinch their first title in two decades, reminiscent of their illustrious Invincibles era.

For neutrals, the intense competition among these top-tier clubs provides a captivating spectacle. However, supporters of Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal alike will be on the edge of their seats, anxiously witnessing the unfolding drama as the title race reaches its climax.

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In Kyle Walker’s case, there exists a specific club he hopes doesn’t secure the title. The club in question happens to be Arsenal.

The Manchester City star, who had a stint at Tottenham in the past, appeared as a guest on Rio Ferdinand’s FIVE show. During the interview, various topics were discussed, including the ongoing title race.

“I don’t want Arsenal, because of Tottenham,” he said. Ferdinand asked: “Still got an affinity to them?”

Walker replied: “Yeah, yeah… I don’t want Arsenal!”

Obviously, Manchester City stand as Kyle Walker’s favoured destination as he aims to secure a sixth title with the Etihad Stadium club.

Nevertheless, it’s entirely comprehensible that, if compelled to choose among the remaining two title contenders, Liverpool would hold sway over his previous employer’s adversarial counterparts.

Arsenal supporters are likely even more hopeful (if such a thing is conceivable) that they can clinch the title this year, given Walker’s remarks.

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