It’s been a month since the start of the EPL season 2015-16 and the clubs have done their best to keep their fans happy. With the first international break of the season coming to an end, it could well be said that the warm-up phase for clubs in the premier league is over. It’s time to pick their guards in the year-long battle.
The performances that have been witnessed so far, definitely a lot of players have impressed and the fans would love to see them do well for their club. Here’s top 3 player we feel will make big impact at their new clubs this season.
Pedro (Barcelona to Chelsea)
The last few years in the EPL, we have witnessed brilliant performances from players coming to the country from Spain. Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, Manchester United’s Juan Mata among others have made significant impact in their time in the Premier League. Now, the Barcelona forward has joined Chelsea to join hands with former Barca team-mate Cesc Fabregas.
His stature at Camp Nou is undoubted and he has the experience of playing against the best in Europe. During the two matches that Pedro has played, he has shown his class to the Stamford Bridge faithful with a goal and two assists during his first two games for Chelsea.
Such performances not just increase hopes of the fans but also reassure the manager’s faith in the player. With a long way to go in the season, EPL and Chelsea fans could expect a lot from this man.
Andre Ayew (Marseille to Swansea City)
The former Marseille man has created an impact in the EPL having arrived at Swansea City. He notched up goals against the best clubs in the league and gave them a run for their money, Chelsea and Manchester United. The Ghana international can also be taken as a catalyst for the Welsh club’s good form early in the season.
Ayew has three goals and an assist to his name so far. However, the midfielder initially started play on the right, but with his impressive performances maybe Gary Monk should try him out in the forward role too.
Yann M’Vila (Rubin Kazan to Sunderland on Loan)
On loan from Rubin Kazan, he was once dubbed as the next big thing in the French midfield, now finds himself as a journeyman. Various rumours had surfaced in the past about a possible move to Arsenal as the manager Arsene Wenger has been a long time admirer of the youngster during the player’s time in France.
This season the midfielder finds himself in the EPL with Sunderland and his free-kick against Aston Villa was a remarkable way to make his presence felt in the league. The fans at the stadium of light would hope for better from the Frenchman, as they need some fire-power to maintain their position in the top flight.