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The Pre-season performances need to commonly be taken with a pinch of salt and for the season, Iago Aspas scored four times in his first few weeks as a Liverpool player while Yaya Sanogo regarded the business at Arsenal, and Manchester United, Andreas Pereira’s ‘pre-season Pirlo’ nickname advised it’s personal story.
Nonetheless, the sprightly performances of these baby-faced starlets suggests that we should be getting an intriguing into a very vibrant future at Arsenal, Liverpool, Newcastle United and Crystal Palace.
William Saliba – Arsenal
Better late than never, right? He’s already a pinnacle participant and we have to make him even better. He appears ready to me.”
Saliba is the present day holder of Ligue 1’s Young Player of the Year award, following a first-rate loan spell at Marseille closing term. Could he claim England’s version of the same award in 2023?
Albert Sambi Lokonga – Arsenal
Another Arsenal starlet who made his mark in opposition to the Blues. Lokonga’s sensible header in stoppage time lathered a thick layer of icing onto an already tasty cake. But he’s including a real cutting aspect to his sport now, providing two assists in three video games as a roving variety eight.
Fabio Carvalho – Liverpool
Overshadowed perhaps by the club-record arrival of Darwin Nunez, former Fulham teenager Carvalho is going about matters in the proper way as he appears to show n that he’s more than just ‘one for the future’ at Anfield.
Carvalho’s gliding movement and an capability to cause havoc reducing in onto his left foot have already led to comparisons with a sure Philippe Coutinho.
“He’s bought bags of talent,” former Liverpool ace Jason McAteer tells LFCTV. A first-rate prospect with hundreds of potential.
“I’m not sure he’s pretty geared up yet, but he appears like Coutinho to me.”
Luke Plange – Crystal Palace
Wayne Rooney is aware of a proficient centre-forward when he sees one. And while Plange’s surprising emergence as a first-team participant at Derby County may have been borne out of necessity, the 19-year-old England U20 worldwide already seems to have outgrown the sterilised world of reserve team football.
Plange scored a hat-trick in Crystal Palace’s 4-2 pre-season victory over Ipswich Town; Three tidy finishes which recommend Jean-Philippe Mateta and co have to be glancing nervously over their shoulders.
A natural goalscorer if we’ve ever seen one.
Malcolm Ebiowei – Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace already have one dizzying wideman who makes Manchester United supporters want they should turn lower back the clock. His dizzying footwork have already drawn comparisons with Wilfried Zaha. Ebiowei’s stylish stride, however, arguably makes him more reminiscent of Eberechi Eze.
According to The Athletic, Patrick Vieira is already planning to include Ebiowei – who nearly scored a stunning solo goal against United at some stage in the Australian pre-season tour – in his first-team plans.
Elliot Anderson – Newcastle United
Newcastle United are one of the richest football golf equipment on planet earth. It seems they will be in success too.
The lavishly gifted Anderson has picked up the place he left off for the duration of a talismanic loan spell at Bristol Rovers, with The Telegraph indicating that he’ll be donning black-and-white stripes next term.
Newcastle’s academy has been criminally underused in the twenty first century.