Former Tottenham chairman Lord Sugar
Tottenham Hotspur made huge strides last season and were competing for the title up until the final four games.
They will be hoping to make another step forward this coming campaign, but a former chairman believes they will go backwards.
Lord Sugar, chairman of Spurs in the 1990s, presented his predictions for the 2016/17 season on Twitter last night, forecasting his former club will finish in sixth place.
I'm a Spurs fan but I see the top 6 of PL May 2017 . Man U, Man City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool ,Spurs . COMMENTS !— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) August 1, 2016
Sugar tips Jose Mourinho's Manchester United to win the league ahead of Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, with Chelsea and Arsenal rounding out the top four spots.
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A big call is predicting Liverpool to finish fifth ahead of Spurs, potentially taking advantage of a season free of European football to focus on domestic competition.
There is no place in Sugar's top six for reigning champions Leicester City, who he added he believes will finish 'seventh or eighth'.
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