Famed goalkeepers are  a bit 'out there', but Rob Green's Premier League top four predictions have left even the most open-minded fans gaping.

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Ahead of the new campaign, the BBC asked 23 of its broadcasters and radio experts to name who they think will be in the Champions League at the end of the 2022/23 season.

 Of the 23 experts, all believe that Manchester City and Liverpool will occupy the top two spots ...

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except Green, who has ambitiously pushed Manchester United to push Jurgen Klopp's men down to second, regardless despite the Reds' tumultuous pre-season. .

 "I love what Rob Green has  for breakfast," one person tweeted after determining the prediction time, with a second user replying,

"He's a keeper that's all crazy." Another  commented: "Even as a United fan it's crazy, 3rd is  best case."

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There is a sign of optimism surrounding Old Trafford at the moment with the arrival of Erik ten Hag, but of the six 'big' teams chasing the top four,

United are believed to have  had their worst summer break - leaving through good pre-season results.

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Their pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong has turned into an 'awkward mate, stop texting her, she doesn't care',

 while Cristiano Ronaldo's grace (*sarcastic*) trying to escape the horrors of playing in the Europa League that have gripped the club like a carefully crafted rainstorm

 Going through the overall predictions, Pep Guardiola's Man City was predicted by 13 pundits to win the title, while Klopp's Liverpool received the nod from the remaining 10.

Tottenham were the preferred team for third place, while Chelsea were picked slightly more than Arsenal.

 Greens aside, only Dion Dublin and Nedum Onuoha were brave (or stupid) enough to go up against United to make  Champions League berths,

Despite both predicting a healthier fourth place. a little bit for Ten Hag's team.

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