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Manchester City clinched their second league title in three years with a home win over West Ham United on Sunday.
The focus has already shifted toward next season, and what is likely to be another massive battle, and Jamie Redknapp is convinced City are here to stay.
City rivals Manchester United may have been the dominant force in the Premier League era, but Redknapp is certain Manuel Pellegrini’s side are now the big draw.
In his column in the Mail, Redknapp wrote:
After 38 games of a long, hard season, the best side always wins the title and Manchester City thoroughly deserve their success. Manuel Pellegrini has done a fantastic job in his first season in English football and he and City should be congratulated.
After the match I was talking to Graeme Souness and we agreed that if we were to have our careers again in the present day then we, and any current young player, would want to join City. That is the club where you want to be.
Man United have dominated English football for so long and though City might not have the history, they have the future.