Arsenal and Everton must be wary of six players as part of Prem clubs

Arsenal and Everton must be wary of six players as part of Prem clubs ...

The Silly season has finally arrived, and Premier League supporters are hoping that these bleak transfer rumors will be less valuable than tomorrow''s fish and chip paper.

Akanji will be celebrating his 27th birthday next month. In keeping with that, he should be entering in his prime right now. In truth, the 25 million-rated Swiss international is pretty much the same player who arrived from Basel in 2018, although four years older and a stunning sight less promising.

A massive avalanche of injuries has weighed in, while Akanji, a player based in Arsenal, is yet to correct the mistakes that persist to undermine his potential.

Dortmund are unable to appoint a man to do so in a matter of weeks.

As Alvaro Morata took the lead in Spain''s Euro 2020 semi-final against Italy, the strikers'' composure fell quicker than a house of cards in a hurricane. Not for the firwt time, and perhaps not for the last.

Only five players in football history have cost more than Morata in transfer fees over the years. If Arsenal, Tottenham, and Newcastle United strengthen their interest, he may move ahead of Eden Hazard, Kylian Mbappe, and even Cristiano Ronaldo.

After another miserable season at club level, it''s time for Morata''s cult to fall down, and clubs to see him as his true coach. Overpriced, overrated, and, as Chelsea supporters will warn you, unavoidably suited to the Premier League''s limitations.

Jack Grealish may have received his fair share of criticism for a somewhat unbecoming look at the Newcastle winger recently, but deep down, plenty on Tyneside will know where the Premier League''s most expensive player is coming from. In 123 games, Almiron has provided just 14 goals and five assists. The end product has continued to evade him like Roadrunner evades Coyote.

Everton and Fulham may do a lot better, particularly with Newcastle hoping to make a substantial contribution.

Crystal Palace have identified the Nigeria international as one of the most successful candidates to take over as Patrick Vieiras'' new first-choice right-back at Selhurst Park. Those who watched Aina on loan at Fulham in 2020/21 will be wondering why. It is not as if he has improved since returning to Torino, though spending much of this year out of the way.

Aina lacks the equipment or the thrust to perform in Vieira''s free-flowing style.

While no one is hurting the boos during the Crystal Palaces end-of-season awards show recently, the long-serving captain deserves more respect than that, there is to be a reason why Milivojevic''s reputation has been compromised at Selhurst Park (The Athletic).

The rangy Serbian has lost a yard of pace he didn''t really have in the first place. In truth, he looked more of a hindrance than a help during his nine Premier League starts last season.

Everton and Fulham are reportedly keen. Milivojevics'' vast experience and leadership skills cannot alleviate his lack of mobility.

Batshuayi, a fellow Chelsea flop, will turn 30 in just 16 months but has scored twice in league football once (during a loan spell at Besiktas) since making a 33 million move to Stamford Bridge all the way back in 2016.

TEAMtalk believes that Leeds United, Southampton, Wolves, Brighton, and Frank Lampards Everton are still interested in signing.

After scoring just two goals in his most recent Premier League match against Crystal Palace, the alarm bells should be on the horizon.

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