The summer transfer window is alive and well and with the 2022-23 Premier League season approaching, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are looking to finish top of the pile in what is shaping up to be potentially one of the most hotly contested leagues in May. seasons in recent memory.
• Erling Haaland in the Premier League
• Antonio Conte and Erik ten Hag’s first full seasons in the Premier League, two of their best
• Arsenal and Chelsea spend big
• Darwin Nunez’s first season
This Premier League season is shaping up to be an all-time great. pic.twitter.com/rlytwIYOw6
— SPORTbible (@sportbible) July 19, 2022
The talking points for the upcoming campaign seem endless, from the arrival of surprise duo Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez to adding another storyline to the growing City-Liverpool rivalry at the expense of Arsenal and Chelsea, and the intent behind it remains the usual focus. What big names were in action in England rather than who can lead the exit line.
As for the Premier League’s big six, a reliable squad is set to seek new job opportunities both in England and abroad this summer, with many of the undesirables still able to offer quality in the league’s top tier. less clubs.
With that in mind, here’s our top 11 unwanted players from 101 Big Goals from the big six in the Premier League.
Bernd Leno – Arsenal; £7.5 million
Former Arsenal first-choice and Germany international Bernd Leno remains one of the Premier League’s top strikers despite losing his place to Aaron Ramsdale last season and is already a Fulham target this summer after previously being said to have agreed personal terms. With cottages. Still only 30 years old, Leno has plenty of miles in his tank.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Manchester United; 21 million pounds
Still only 24 years old, England international Aaron Wan-Bissaka has nearly his entire career ahead of him, but many might be surprised if the London native hasn’t found himself in a better position. After shining for Crystal Palace and earning a move to the Red Devils, AWB has been spotted far too regularly, his stock plummeting. But there is still time for a player who was once heralded as part of a new generation to make a comeback.
Levi Colville – Chelsea; £4 million
Chelsea star and England U21 international Levi Colwill, one of the endless stream of young talent coming through the Cobham Academy pipeline, will also be unable to secure his future at Stamford Bridge after the Blues are left to rely heavily on spending power from the youth pipeline. provides the bulk of their talents. Colwill could have a runaway plan with Southampton this summer, St. Mary’s offers a good springboard to launch a professional career.
Yafet Tanganga – Tottenham; £10 million
Lifelong Tottenham player, London-born Japhet Tanganga has featured prominently in Spurs’ youth ranks as well as appearing at every international level for England from U16 to U21, but it still looks like his future in North London will lie elsewhere.
Exception: AC Milan are interested in Evan Ndicka at centre-back, who is a candidate on the list alongside Japhet Tanganga. The deal depends on the budget, as Tanganga may be an easier option 🔴⚫️ #ACMilan
The Milan board could agree a full deal for Charles de Ketelaere in Belgium tomorrow.
– Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 19, 2022
Linked with interest from AC Milan, who could make a similar move for Tanganga as Chelsea did for Fikayo Timori, the young England international only needs time and minutes to realize his potential.
Sergio Reguilon – Tottenham; 21 million pounds
Tottenham fans were excited when Spain left-back Sergio Reguilon arrived in the Premier League from global giants Real Madrid last summer, but despite performing at a decent level under three different managers, Reguilon could now return to Spain. Just two seasons as he failed to live up to Antonio Conte’s expectations. A move to Sevilla appears to be on the cards, especially after Tottenham secured Ivan Perisic earlier this summer.
Lucas Torreira – Arsenal; £17 million
Once one of Arsenal’s best players under Unai Emery, in the duo’s first season in north London, Lucas Torreira has been an outsider at the Emirates, at least since the arrival of Mikel Arteta. A middling loan at Atlético Madrid was followed by a very impressive stint with Serie A outfit AFC Fiorentina last season and the Uruguay international is adamant he will leave the club this summer. If his stint in Firenze is anything to go by, he is fully capable of a career rebirth.
Tanguy Ndombéle – Tottenham; 25 million pounds
As part of a group of academy graduates coming through the academy set up at Ligue 1 giants Olympique Lyonnais, big things were expected of Tanguy Ndombéle and Tottenham’s big-money move for the Frenchman was heralded as a potential game-changer for Spurs. 2019-20 season. Fast forward to the present and Ndombélé has fallen out of favor with Antonio Conte and is likely to continue this summer after going on loan last season. Still only 25, a renaissance in France could serve him well.
Ross Barkley – Chelsea; £10 million
Ross Barkley was once considered one of the best talents to emerge from popular Premier League club Everton, with the Liverpool native expected to be one of a new breed for England at national team level. Although things seemed to be looking up for the Sweets, after a solid debut season in 2015-16, Barkley never quite reached the heights expected at Chelsea. Well and truly at the club, the 28-year-old is in danger of becoming the next Jack Rodwell, but could still offer an experienced goal threat from midfield for a side looking to finish mid-table.
Hakim Ziyech – “Chelsea”; 24 million pounds
Moroccan star Hakim Ziyech, an absolute monster in Dutch football during his seven years in the Eredivisie with SC Heerenveen, FC Twente Enschede and AFC Ajax, has arrived at Chelsea as part of a major recruitment drive to challenge for the Premier League. Unfortunately for Ziyech, the now 29-year-old is a shadow of his former self and is set to leave this summer amid interest from Serie A giants AC Milan. He may not be a spring chicken, but he’s still talented enough to thrive in the right environment.
Timo Werner – “Chelsea”; £30 million
The arrival of Timo Werner two summers ago was to provide Chelsea with a serious goal threat after the German international scored 93 goals and provided 40 assists in just 158 games with RB Leipzig, but – despite his undeniable ability – has been a complete bust for the Blues. and could not adapt to the rigors of the Premier League. Still capable of scoring in the right system and environment, he was able to find his goalscoring boots elsewhere this summer with relative ease.
Nicolas Pepe – Arsenal; 21 million pounds
Few Arsenal fans will forget the uproar over club-record signing Nicolas Pepe when Ivorian winger Unai Emery arrived from LOSC Lille three seasons ago, but perhaps Emery’s Phil- The fact that he wanted Wilfried Zaha from the Ivory Coast was the highest indicator. order. Unable to adapt to Mikel Arteta’s system and expectations, Arsenal could take a major hit from their initial investment amid interest from a number of clubs, including Premier League side Leeds.
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