5 Premier League Players Who Could Leave This Season - CoolBaze.com

5 Premier League Players Who Could Leave This Season


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1. Romelu Lukaku – Chelsea

The return of Romelu Lukaku has been hit by injuries and poor form and disclosed some weeks ago, during an infamous interview with Sky Sport Italia, of his desire to return to Inter.

The Belgian was dropped by Thomas Tuchel and Kai Havertz has been the preferred to him at the Stamford Bridge.

He has failed to hit the back of the net in 2022 and has scored five goals in the Premier League. Hence, Lukaku is out of form and out of favour.

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2. Cristiano Ronaldo – Man Utd

Unlike Romelu Lukaku, Cristiano Ronaldo has been impressive for Man United since returning to the club. Although criticised for affecting the way Man Utd play, the Portugal captain has bagged 23 goals in 32 start in the Premier League and Champions League, playing his part for the Old Trafford.

But with age no longer on the Portuguese’s side and the Red Devils unlikely to clinch Champions League spot, the 37-year-old could seek a move away in order to play in the European elite tournament.

3. Emerson Royal – Tottenham

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Since the move of Antonio Conte to Tottenham, Emerson’s flaws in possession have been average. Often times, the Italian tactician has been seen shouting at players from the sidelines and the Brazilian clearly is down the pecking order at the White Hart Lane in his position.

Emerson Royal may be sacrificed in order to make way for a new player in his position.

4. Bryan Gil – Tottenham

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Bryan Gil never really had the chance to impress Conte.

Gil didn’t make a single start in the first half of the Premier League campaign, but has played seven matches in his country since moving to Valencia on loan.

Therefore, Gil may push for an exit, particularly given Dejan Kulusevski has thrived so far at the club since joining in January.

5. Leon Bailey – Aston Villa

At the age of 24, Leon Bailey, who has been mostly out of action due to injury, still have the time to play in the Champions League, but in order to attract Europe’s elite clubs, he needs to find a home where he’s entrusted to start games and can stay fit enough for the remainder of the campaign.

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