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10 Players who need to leave their clubs

10 Players who need to leave their Premier League clubs ASAP

 

1. Chris Smalling – Manchester United

With Victor Lindelof arriving on the scene, this has probably pushed Smalling down the pecking.

After a poor season last term, it’s very unlikely that he is guaranteed to play football every week. At least not at Manchester United. With his England place in jeopardy and the World Cup just around the corner, he seriously needs to find an exit from Old Trafford to ensure he gets consistent minutes on the pitch.

2. Kieran Gibbs – Arsenal

Much like Chris Smalling, Gibbs is another Englishman who’s probably has one eye on the World Cup. Gibbs is now 27 and he made just 11 appearances in the Premier League last season. Monreal dismantled him as the number one left full-back last season and now with Sead Kolasinac arriving, opportunities for game time are fast declining.

3. Fabian Delph – Manchester City

As Pep Guardiola continues to bring in  talent this year, it’s les and less likely Delph will feature again for Man City.

Stoke have reportedly held talks and could provide the perfect platform for the 27-year-old to reignite his Premier League career, and possibly even his England career.

 

4. Leonardo Ulloa – Leicester

The 31-year-old vowed never to play for the club again after a move to Sunderland failed back in January. However he did return to play five more times, but a departure still seemed inevitable this summer. Kelechi Iheanacho has arrivied from Manchester City for 25 million who looks set to lead the line.

He was superb in his first season with Leicester and scored some important goals in their wonderful 2015/16 title triumph. He could still prove to be an important player, possibly for a side fighting for survival in the Premier League.

5. Divock Origi – Liverpool

The talented young Belgian is has proved he has the potential to be a permier league player, he simply has done it consistently. However he has stiff competition from Sturridge and Firmino which hasn’t helped his progress.

At 22 he still has time on his hands, but a move this summer to a new club could be what he needs to kick start his career back into gear.

6. Muhamed Besic – Everton

Besic made a promising start to his Everton career, however he’s missed a whole season and the times at Everton, they are a changing.

Idrissa Gueye and Morgan Schneiderlin have been brought in, so a move to a new club, perhaps slightly further down the table could be key to Besic finding his form once again.

7. Gylfi Sigurdsson – Swansea

Sigurdsson never really got going at Spurs, but his recent form and quality is deserving of another shot at a big(ish) club.  Sigurdsson on his day can be a match winner with his clever passing, clinical finishing and freekicks.

8. Wilfried Bony – Manchester City

Its fair to say his Man City career was Dead on Arrival. Bony only managed six goals since arriving in January 2015. A loan spell at Stoke last season didn’t help him to find his form either. If another club is willing to take the chance and give him time to find his best form, he could definitely deliver goals.

9. Loic Remy – Chelsea

The Frenchman is a proven goal scorer, a valuable asset to any team fighting relegation. His loan at Crystal Palace didn’t do much for him last season, largely due to injury to be fair. But a permanent move might be the only way forward.

10. KEVIN WIMMER – TOTTENHAM

24-year-old Wimmer struggled to make an impact and made just 5 appearances last season. He absolutely bombed against Manchester City after an awful performance and was rightly substituted at half-time. Wimmer doesn’t look like a top four player, but might just be a good signing for a mid to lower league club.

 

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