As the most battled soccer league of Europe kicks off in few weeks, it’s time to chalk out some faces who are going to hit the headlines in the coming season. With the Premier League losing its stardom in absence of Suarez, new stars ought to be born in the breeding soil of football. Here we pick 10 players who are new to this year’s league and offer a lot of promise for their respective sides –
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1. Enner Valencia , Nation- Ecuador
Enner Valencia, nicknamed “Super Man” for his aerial abilities, joined West Ham this summer from Mexican Side Pachuca. In absence of injured Andy Caroll, the Ecuador International is expected to add strength and aggression to the East London side and make an impact with the prolific goal-scoring form he is carrying on from Brazil.
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2. Daryl Janmaat, Nation – Netherlands
With Matthieu Debuchy joining the gunners, Newcastle have found an apt replacement in form of Dary Janmaat. Aged 24, the Dutch international provides not only a right back option for Alan Pardew but also brings pace down the right flank. The fact that he has netted 5 times for Feyenoord last season and provided 3 assists for his country in Brazil, reflects his potential to contribute on the other end of the pitch. The young fullback aspires to make a name for himself beside the Zabaletas and Azplicuetas in England.
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3. Remy Cabella, Nation- France
The Magpies pulled off another stunning transfer this summer as Remy Cabella joined from Montpelier HSC. The fast, agile and creative midfielder from France has an eye for goals and may be used as a winger at times to generate pace. The integral member of the historic Ligue 1 winning side of Montpelier has a lot of flexibility to offer at this young age which could see him take the place for Yohan Cabaye, who left last winter.
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Brendan Rodgers surprised everybody by signing in a 20 year old Serbian winger named Lazar Markovic from Benfica for £20 million. The next few lines will make it clear that it was no surprise but a visionary investment. The young Serb talent, often quoted to be gifted with impressive acceleration and exceptional qualities, was instrumental in Benfica’s inspiring Europa League campaign last year. With a big name leaving the club this summer, the Merseysiders can rely on this boy to deliver some magical moments and clinical performances.
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5. Danny Ings, Nation- England
This year’s newcomer Burnley has a versatile striker in form of Danny Ings to offer. Often compared with Michael Owen, the 22 year old starlet won SkyBet Championship Player of the Year award in 2014. Scoring 26 goals in 45 appearances last season made him the driving force behind Burnley’s premier league promotion and he carries high hopes to induce an upset or two to make his side survive in the premier league battle.
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6. Graziano Pelle, Nation- Italy
After trying their luck with Pablo Osvaldo last season, Southampton F.C. have signed another Italian Striker this summer. Graziano Pelle, coming from Feyenoord, is being thought as a replacement for Rickie Lambert with similar fashion of play. The highly experienced forward, who had put the ball behind net 23 times in 28 matches last season, can make a difference with his clever positioning and movement, to see the saints earn an Europa League spot. But on a whole, it will be quite interesting to see whether he survives the strenuous path from Eredivisie to Premier League with a handful of failures down the history line.
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7. Jefferson Montero, Nation- Ecuador
Swansea City’s Jeffereson Montero plays as a winger for his national side Ecuador. The experts believe that addition of the former Villareal winger will add a new dimension to their attacks. The player, comfortable on both flanks, is set to replace the departing Pablo Hernandez. Famous for his speed and vision, the new signing along with Gilfy Sigurdsson promise to fulfil new dream for the Welsh side.
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8. Siem De Jong, Nation- Netherlands
The 25 year old former Ajax Captain Siem De Jong joined New Castle on as low as a fee of £6m. This transfer has all the reasons for turning out to be the most economic one as far as effectiveness and broadness is concerned. The Dutch sensation, who can play both as a striker and a number 10 role, led his club side to the league title last season. He has already found the net for the magpies in recent friendlies. His expertise in passing, fluency in movement and power in shooting makes him the contender to be an emerging star of this year premier league season.
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9. Joel Campbell, Nation- Costa Rica
Spending a long time away on loan, the 22 year old Joel Campbell is finally likely to get first team experiences in Arsenal colours after his amusing display in Brazil’14. In the group fixture against Uruguay, he has shown the world what he is capable of. His determination and effort, clubbed with eye-catching skills, will make him a dependable backup strike option for the gunners. The pundits started to believe that this upcoming premier league season will raise the curtains to unveil the rise of another Arsenal kid.
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10. Ander Herrera, Nation- Spain
The long term Manchester United target Ander Herrera landed finally on Old Trafford this time around. After a disastrous season last year, a lot depends on this Spaniard and his play-making ability as far as their premier league success is concerned. The former Athletic Bilbao youngster will stabilise the fragile midfield of the red devils and tantalise to bring smile in the united fans’ faces. The duty of winning the midway battle and providing the ball in the final third is likely to be bestowed upon him by the new manager Van Gaal who certainly knows how to use his artilleries.