Who would have thought after an exciting 2018/19 season we would have an even more exciting 19/20 season! Liverpool proved to be a formidable force and through consistency and their never die attitude managed to clinch the title after 30 years!
Personally I can talk about Liverpool forever because lets face it there is a lot to peel from their performance this season but instead this article will focus on the other prospects of the season. Lets look at the gems that might have gone under the radar.
Stand out Players who you might have noticed or not…
- Raul Jimenez (Wolves)
Wolves number 9 had another solid season bagging 17 goals and 6 assists. He’s been a revelation in front of goal for Nuno and no wonder teams like Arsenal have been linked to him. Still with the ability to be improve he will be player to watch next season either in a Wolves shirt or otherwise.
- Max Aarons (Norwich)
Despite being relegated with Norwich this young Right back was a sensational to watch and he might even be going to Bayern Munich! His ability to run back and forth on the right wing is what any team would appreciate. He played a pivotal role in Norwich’s promotion last term. With this talent he has a potential to be a great player especially under a manager who believes in developing young talent.
- Ismaila Sarr (Watford)
We can all agree that Watford had some really great talent and having being relegated, some premier league teams will be shopping for players there. For me Sarr really stood out mainly for his pace, dribbling skills and clinical nature in front of goal. For his first season, Sarr really grew especially from the horrid game he had at Anfield to later having a sensational game at home against the champions scoring two goals.
- Caglar Soyuncu (Leicester)
This Turkish international has been a revelation under Brendan Rodgers. After struggling under Claude Puel, the sale of Maguire provided a rare opportunity for Soyuncu who as not looked back since. Having 12 clean sheets this season three less than Virgil van Dijk, Soyuncu has been the backbone for Leicester and under Rodgers he has the ability to even get better.
- Danny Ings (Southampton)
Despite being a technically gifted striker, Ings has struggled with injuries through out his career at Liverpool which halted his progress with the Champions hence a move to Southampton which has now proven to be his best move. Having bagged 22 goals and 2 assists this season, its been his best season yet! For Ings its now important to remain fit and maintain consistency next season with speculations that he might get a call up from England!
So who are some of the players that stood out for you?