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Transfer Talk: Part 2

It is time! We shall borrow that famous quote from Rafiki in the Lion King and once again discuss who your team needs to bring or kick out, this summer. Behold, Transfer Talk: Part 2!


Just like how Manchester United are going through difficulty replacing the great Sir Alex, The Blues are going through hell replacing their beloved no.9, Didier Drogba. Torres was woeful, Costa was a brief remedy, Morata short of confidence and Giroud was crafted for the bench. Gonzalo Higuain has failed to reach expectations he had set so high in Spain and Italy, despite his excellent link-up play with the Belgian maestro Eden Hazard, who we think should stay to give mentorship to rising star Hudson-Odoi and allow teen prodigy Vinicius Junior to flourish. We think Chelsea need a hungry, pacey, all-round striker like Piatek or Timo Werner or even Alfredo Morelos at Rangers. We also think a defender will be a good addition to their ranks, like Johnny Tah or Danny Rugani. This might be a busy window for Chelsea. Good thing they don’t have any complications with the FA that could screw up their plans. Right?

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Crystal Palace

We think it’s pretty obvious. don’t you?

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Should Marco Silva keep his job, he should set priorities on finding a younger, hungrier right winger to understudy or replace Theo Walcott, make Andre Gomes a Toffee permanently, and sign a young, but capable goalie to understudy Jordan Pickford to keep the English man in check. Dean Henderson anybody?

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Fulham look destined to return to the Championship and considering that they already spent a whooping 100 million on players that do not turn up, like Anguissa, Jean Seri, Schurlle. But if there is anything Fulham should do, it should be keeping the big Serb Mitrovic at Craven Cottage to help them fight till the end, and should the worst happen, fight for a spot back at the Prem next two years.

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Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Squad has a team decent for their stature. PL Analysis just feels they need a capable manager who can utilise them to produce great results. Hassenhuttl would have been great, but he’s been already been poached by the Saints. Doomed to return back to the Championship as the clock ticks onward to May, it is something the Terrier board will ponder on for a looooooooong time.

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That’s it for now. Leave in your messages on who you think should go in or get out this summer, and we might just consider them. Ciao Ciao.




Transfer Talk: Part 1

Though it seems so far away, your site that gives you only the best for the world’s best league feels like we should share our analysis on what your PL club should do this summer.


The Gunners should solve their defensive crisis by buying a big-name center-back to add to their ranks or a prospect that could serve the club for years to come. Harry Maguire at Leicester is a decent fit for a club of such stature, whilst looking abroad, Savic of Atletico Madrid, Johnathan Tah at Bayer 04 or Daniel Rugani at Juventus are decent options to pull on the famous red shirt.

Arsenal should also consider letting Mesut Ozil go. The German is full of creativity, but is a highly controversial figure, and does not seem to turn up when it matters most. Either a change in attitude for Mesut, or he goes, and a midfielder of the sort should be brought in to replace him, like Julian Brandt or Ever Banega, despite the latter’s age.

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AFC Bournemouth

The Cherries are a good side, but soon Bournemouth faithful will start demanding for Europe soon, after all their seasons in the top flight. Eddie Howe should set his sights for a youthful center back to become Nathan Ake’s long term partner, and if Callum Wilson is truly set for the big time, Bournemouth must replace him. PL Analysis feel Che Adams could do the job for them.

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Brighton and Hove Albion

If Brighton wants to assure that next season they will not flirt with relegation, then they need a bunch of players. Mat Ryan is a great goalkeeper, so the Seagulls should do all in their power to keep the Aussie at the Amex. A decent replacement for Glenn Murray should be looked for, and a decent holding midfielder should be acquired during the summer.

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The Clarets are capable of performing big, as 2017-18 showed and shocked all PL supporters. Burnley have a great squad, with youth on the rise, like Dwight McNeil, but they should make a bold step and sell Joe Hart. Tom Heaton has looked back to his best, and Hart as somewhat limited the chances of other England-international Nick Pope. However, Hart could still see a future in the PL, as Championship teams like Norwich who are fighting to be back in the PL, would need a good stopper like him.

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Life can be cruel. Emiliano Sala was the perfect fit for the Bluebirds in their battle to stay up. He had everything needed of a striker, the eye for goal, great work-ethic, decent pace. But, alas, the ruthless English Channel prevented what could have been a vital turning point in the relegation battle. Not only do Cardiff now need a striker, they would need to keep Victor Camarasa, on loan from Real Betis at Wales, as he is key to making the side tick.

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This is part one of a series on PL Analysis. Be sure to look out for more Transfer Talk in the coming weeks.

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