Will Manchester United or Tottenham break into the WSL’s top three?

Adriana Leon (left) joined Manchester United this summer while Drew Spence (right) moved from Chelsea to Tottenham

Breaking into the Women’s Super League’s top three is not easy.

For eight years Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City have dominated the top of the table – Birmingham City and Liverpool were the last clubs to break that stranglehold, in 2014.

But could that change this season?

Manchester United have finished fourth in the past three campaigns, while Tottenham showed they could challenge in 2021-22 and have ambitions to close the gap further this year.

Manchester City were the team to grab third place – and the final Champions League spot – last season but after a number of key departures at the club this summer, as well as a see-saw 4-3 defeat on the opening weekend by Aston Villa, has the door been opened for their rivals?

Have Manchester United improved?

Maya Le Tissier celebrates scoring on her Man Utd debut
Maya Le Tissier (right) scored twice on her debut for Manchester United in a 4-0 win over Reading

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