With only few days remaining for the start of a new Premier League season,we look at the players that can make an impact this season.Not only we have included new signings but also the players who have already plied their trade in the league.
Here are the 15 players to watch out for in the Premier League 2017-18 –
Once a regular in the Manchester City’s team,Hart is now playing for West Ham;his third club in three years. Everything was going fine for the England’s No.1 at Manchester City before the arrival of manager Pep Guardiola,who decided not to keep Hart in the team as he was ”not good enough with his feet”.
Joe Hart was loaned out to Torino FC for 2016-17,where he had a mixed season.Hart decided to return to England following his 1-year spell with the Italian side.There were rumours of Joe Hart being given a chance to play for City in the 2017-18 season but eventually he was loaned to West Ham as City signed Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson Moraes and kept Claudio Bravo.
This season is going to be very crucial for Joe Hart as he aim to hold on to England’s No.1 spot with World Cup next year.
Swansea City signed Roque Mesa from Spanish club Las Palmas last month for £11million.Mesa spent seven seasons with his former club and helped the Canary Islands club win promotion to La Liga in 2015.
Mesa is now the third most expensive player in Swansea’s history, behind only Wilfried Bony and last season’s £15million signing Borja Baston. Las Palmas have won plenty of fans for the attractive passing football they have played under Quique Setien and Mesa has been key to that.
Roque Mesa had a great last season with Las Palmas and we wouldn’t be surprised if he turns out to be the bargain of the season.
Dwight Gayle enters a new season desperate to prove that he has Premier League class.Gayle’s last chance in the top flight ended in frustration when Crystal Palace used him sparingly in an injury-hit season for Alan Pardew’s Eagles – a season that led to him signing for Rafa Benitez’s United in a £12million deal.
Gayle finished last season as United’s top scorer in the Championship and he will hope to repeat the same in the Premier League this season.