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Players That Will Likely Leave Their Clubs In the 2021 Summer Transfers
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Players That Will Likely Leave Their Clubs In the 2021 Summer Transfers

These days, the football world is very dynamic and there is a lot of unexpected news that are headlining every day, especially when it comes to transfers. Thanks to the fact that the revenue of clubs has increased massively in the past 10 years, many of them can afford to buy high-end players. Just take a look at PSG. They managed to buy Neymar for a whopping $222 million and Mbappe for $180 million, etc. The 2021 summer transfer period is likely to be extremely dynamic as there are quite a lot of stars that are likely to leave their clubs. That is exactly the topic that we wanted to discuss in this article. We are going to take a look at some players that are likely to leave their clubs. You Can Bet on the Potential Transfers If you are a betting fan, you will be pleased to know that...
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Jack Grealish has come to stay as a creative force

The 2020/21 Premier League season is seeing some players shine in bright light and show off their inherent footballing potentials and one player who has covered himself in glory in this regard is Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish.   The 25-year-old midfielder is having a mind-blowing season and if you consider the quality alongside him and the team he plays for, you'd really want to hold him in high regard.   On the other hand, Aston Villa who barely survived relegation to the Championship last season appear to be having a fairytale season thus far and have been very impressive since the season started.   Aston Villa have played 7 games, won 5, and lost 2, and also have a game in hand. They currently have 15 points, just 3 points off Leicester on the top spot,...
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Villa and Spurs on the beat with biggest PL Matchday 4 shockers

No one saw Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur putting six past Ole Gunnar Solksjaer's Manchester United or Dean Smith's Aston Villa putting seven past defending champions Liverpool. However, this was the case in the last two games on Matchday 4 of the 2020/21 Premier League season. This season hasn't been short of goals with lots of goals being scored thus far and shocking upsets being mounted too. Who would have thought that Everton and Aston Villa would be the only two teams with a 100% record at this point in the season? It's still early days but Carlo Ancelotti and Dean Smith deserve some credit for the performance of their teams thus far. READ: Leeds United are taking the Premier League by storm Scoring seven goals against the Premier League's defending champions coul...