Arsenal and Chelsea changed their respective managers heading into the season, but how well have both managers —and other top-six managers — settled down in their respective clubs so far this season.
We have talked about Pep Guardiola and his team in their mission to defend their Premier League glory, here is the second part of the list.
Klopp has started the season brilliantly as he remains the only manager whose club are yet to concede a goal.
Though Mohammed Salah hasn’t hit the ground running for the Reds, Klopp depends on Sadio Mane for goals.
The Senegalese striker has found the back of the net in five occasions this season, making him one of the top scorers in the League.
Klopp is chasing his first silverware as the Reds manager, he might finally end the wait this season should his team maintain their present form till the end of the season.
The Portuguese has endured the worst start to the season after losing two consecutive matches.
It was suggested via the Mirror — and backed up by Ladbrokes — that he might become the first manager to be sacked before January due to his team’s less-inspiring results.
He has recorded two victories and two losses but his relationship with some of his players has invoked doubt over his ability to lead the team to their first Premier League trophy since Alex Ferguson’s retirement
Mourinho would be hoping his players return to brilliant form when they return from international duty this week.