The young Spanish international is some way from the standard of his team mate, Radamel Falcao. Despite this, he still offers the pace and finishing that would be ideal in the Premier League. Arsenal are said to be keen on signing him. Along with Carzola, Wilshere and Walcott, he could be a deadly piece in the Arsenal jigsaw.
Linked with Tottenham, this dynamic, quick, young Dane would add some more spice into the Tottenham line up. Perhaps covering up the width missing since the departure of Van Der Vaart. With the ability to get one or two goals to his name, he is certainly a Tottenham type signing.
Arguably he has the ability to be the world's number one striker. His Europa League performances last season, outlined the class he has to be a threatening forward as well as player who can play very much on the ground. Juventus are also in for him, any Premier league wanting him better make their move quick in January.
A clever footballer with a neat range of passing in his locker, Victor Wanyama has been a rock for Celtic in their Champions League run. Getting past the Group Stage may persuade him to stay, but a hefty sum might tempt him away. His intelligence on the field makes him stand out on the field compared to the rest of the 'Bhoys'.
If you were to pick a dictionary and look for the definition of 'pace', Wilfred Zaha would be referenced. Tricky, skilful, delightful to watch. Zaha has been the main difference between Palace being mid table and them challenging for promotion. His link up play with Yannick Bolasie is an absolute treat, buying them as a package could be recommended for Premier League clubs.849839