10. Lautaro Martinez
Martinez is an exciting talent all set to blossom into one of the best strikers in the world. A lethal and powerful finisher with both feet, the Argentine is also tremendous in the air, where his exploits have helped revive Inter’s slowing Serie A pulse.
Great things are expected of a player wanted by some of the games’ very best – and richest – clubs. He is definitely, one of the best strikers in the world right now.
9. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Aubameyang has been recently kept out of the squad by Arteta for behavioural reasons. However, one cannot deny his class on the pitch. Aubameyang uses his pace very effectively, pinning defenders down and regularly leaving them trailing in the wake of his bright boots.
Aubameyang is known for his unselfishness; always ready to provide assists and share the plaudits. If he can leave the controversies behind him, he can still be a great asset for whichever team he plays for.
8. Dusan Vlahovic
Fiorentina’s Serbian superstar striker Dusan Vlahovic is one of the hottest prospects in the transfer market, with the 21-year-old wanted by Europe’s biggest and best teams. At over 6ft 2in, Vlahovic is very much an out-and-out striker and somebody who can play as a target man.
The 2020/21 season proved to be a breakout year for the forward, as he scored 21 goals in 34 starts in Serie A. Also, he doesn’t just score goals, but he has a healthy knack of scoring at key times, too. He could be a great signing for whichever club that managers to bag him.
7. Ciro Immobile
Immobile is one of the best strikers in the world right now. He has the ability to score goals by the head as well as by feet. Immobile is well-known for his attacking runs and creating space. He likes to press the opponents when not in possession.
He is one of the most natural finishers of the modern era, capable of carrying a side on his back. Two great feet, a superb leap in the air and the versatility to play anywhere across the front three make him a real handful for any defence in the world.
6. Romelu Lukaku
Leaving Manchester United and joining Inter Milan was the right decision for Romelu Lukaku. Not only he lifted the Serie A title with them, Inter’s first title in eleven years, but also regained his scoring form.
He returned to Chelsea in the summer following a £97.5m transfer. He was in hot waters recently when he said he is not happy at Chelsea and miss life at Inter. However, he quickly apologized for the same and vowed to put his heart at Stamford Bridge.