Saturday, June 25 2022

Shopping in the Championship might be a wise move…

Huge numbers of really talented players have been relegated this season, such is the nature of the Premier League these days.

We’ve taken a look at some of the players who are way too good to play in the Championship and could be on the move sooner rather than later.

Premier League transfers

Nathan Collins

The Irishman had a poor last game of the season but even at that he showed his ball skills and picked up a fine assist.

He has shown that he is a very good defender, and at only 21 there will be several teams for him.

Maxwell Cornet

Another good Burnley player who has shown his qualities throughout the season. He had the misfortune to be relegated, and it’s hard to imagine him evolving in the Championship.

Teemu Pukki

Pukki is no spring chicken at 32, but he is extremely capable of doing the most difficult thing in football: putting the ball into the net.

He has scored 11 league goals this season, in a very poor Norwich side. If a Premier League club are keen on a replacement striker, Pukki is the man for you.

Nick Pope

Undeniably one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League. Most teams in the league would be better off having Pope on their team. The question is who will close the deal.

Joe Pedro

At just 20 years old, Pedro has shown he has a lot of talent that could be used by a top manager. Maybe a team like Southampton or Everton would try their luck.

Dwight McNeil

McNeil could be a great signing for even some of the biggest clubs in the PL. He can play multiple positions, has a great delivery and a good work ethic.

Perhaps he could be a winger option for Antonio Conte at Spurs.

Emmanuel Dennis

10 Premier League goals should by no means be sneezed at. He could stay in the Championship and probably bring Watford back, or a PL team could bet on him.

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