Here, we take a look at three potential candidates who could be in contention depending on the Srivaddhanaprabha’s plans for the club.
Manchester City meet Chelsea at Wembley Stadium in this season’s Carabao Cup Final, as they look to produce a first ever successful defence of their title.
A home win could send Arsenal fourth depending on result of Manchester United’s clash with Liverpool.
With the winner of this competition gaining entry to next season’s Champions League, this is must win for Arsenal and Chelsea in terms of easing their pressure of needing a top four league finish.
With first four knockout first leg ties done in Champions League, attention now switches to Europa League where Arsenal, Celtic and Chelsea are all in action.
With goal difference separating the top two, Liverpool regained the lead with a 3-0 win over Bournemouth before Man City then stunned Chelsea just 24 hours later.
Liverpool aim to reclaim the title lead as the races for sevenths and survival take centre stage on opening day of this weekend’s Premier League action.
In the first of several rescheduled Premier League matches to come over the next few months, Everton welcome Manchester City to Goodison Park.
West Ham came from a goal down to draw 1-1 after Liverpool had claimed the lead with a Sadio Mane turn in, only for Michail Antonio to slot in a Felipe Anderson pass shortly afterwards to secure a point apiece.
After suffering a shock defeat at Newcastle in midweek, Man City enter a massive week which could prove decisive in the title race with Everton and Chelsea to come in next eight days, making victory here imperative for momentum.