Top EFL Players Who Could Move To The Premier League

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With not many top or well-known players usually available in January, football teams in the Premier League turn their sights to lower divisions

The Premier League January transfer window is underway. But there aren’t that many top or well-known players available in January. So, football teams in the Premier League turn their sights to the lower league divisions. And just like real money casino online usa games, many marque deals are being signed.

Many players have been approached by the top teams in the English Premier League to join them. But the main question now is which lower league stars are actually ready to step up to the top tier this January transfer window? At the same time, we are not actually meaning that these transfers will happen or some the deals are already done.

But they could make a lot of sense if they happen.

 

Alan Browne, Preston

Everyone who follows the Premier League is aware of Steve Bruce’s struggles to extract goals from his group of Newcastle players. There is no way on earth that he would say no to a box-to-box midfielder who bagged 11 goals in the Championship playing for Preston last season.

Even though Browne is not having a good season so far, but his attribute of pressing and defensive contribution will surely be a magnifique in our eyes and for Newcastle.

 

Josh Brownhill, Bristol City

This is another box-to-box midfielder from Bristol City. With rumours circulating that he might be joining Burnley, it means he has done exceptionally well. Another Premier League side that is following on the players’ development is Everton. The Merseyside team is also considering a bid for this top class midfielder. We will see fans flocking to sports betting online to make a bet on this star.

However, one would wonder what would Brownhill bring to Everton and the Premier League? The latter will offer a defensive solidity that any team will admire. He also have the sound reading of the game and he is a good passer from deeper areas.

At the age of 24 with 250 professional appearance under his belt, he could surely be a very good investment for £8m.

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