Friday, October 4, 2013

Five Players Who Should Stay In Put For The Premier League

Although January is still three months away, the rumour mill has already gone into overdrive with rumours and speculation regarding the future of a number of top-flight players already intensifying.
But I think these players should'nt miss the premier league, I want them to fight for their place with their current club

Juan Mata

Although the former Valencia playmaker has arguably been Chelsea's best player over the past two seasons, he has been used rather sparingly so far this season - making just three appearances in the Premier League thus far.

Jermain Defoe
The former West Ham star's bit-part role this season has led many to speculate over a potential January exit, but Defoe has proved on a consistent basis in European competition so far this season that he is still a potent scorer who could be vital as Villas-Boas' charges seek to assert their reputation as credible title challengers.

Nicklas Bendtner

Having failed to sell the striker, however, rumours have persisted over his impending exit from the Gunners in January. However, with Arsene Wenger's chronic lack of alternative options to formidable Frenchman Olivier Giroud, offloading Bendtner without having an adequate alternative in place would be potentially disastrous. He clearly doesn't have much of a future at the Emirates Stadium, but, while he remains the number one understudy to Giroud, Bendtner should look to fight for his place and prove himself as much as possible.

 Edin Dzeko
Despite his seeming lack of popularity in some quarters, however, Dzeko is a considerable attacking threat and has been used on a regular basis by new boss Manuel Pellegrini during the early stages of his reign. The 27-year-old should stick it out at City, as he has proven in the past that he does have the quality to truly impose himself on one of Europe's strongest divisions.

 Wilfried Zaha

While his first few months with the Premier League champions has been undeniably frustrating, Zaha should resist the urge to move away on another temporary move. The inconsistent form of a number of United's wingers - including the likes of Nani and Ashley Young - means Zaha is surely likely to be give a chance sooner rather than later.  New manager David Moyes, who has endured a very difficult start to life at Old Trafford since replacing the iconic figure of Sir Alex Ferguson during the summer, is clearly yet to decide on his best lineup and should be looking to utilise all of the options currently available to him.

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