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Quick starters on fire!

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Some months have passed since the start of season 2022/22, and some conclusions can be drawn about transfer effectiveness. While big-name teams like Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea have begun to win impressive victories, smaller teams have been able to qualify largely because of their new stars. Let’s now talk about the newcomers who have just started playing at the highest level. These guys were able to find their place in the new championship and team.

Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal) 

Arsenal was shocked at the departure of Arsene Wenger. The Gunners’ greatest problems, aside from a lack of skilled midfielders and shaky defence, were not only their inability to find competent players. They did manage to find Takehiro Tomiyasu, a strong defender.

The 22-year-old Japanese was bought in Bologna for 18.6 million euros. He became a true star of the season. He quickly embraced the club and calmed down the ever-tense defence. Ben White had promised to be a star at Arsenal for EUR58m, but it was the Japanese that proved to be the best signing. By the way, if you are interested in predictions for football matches with Takehiro Tomiyasu participation, we recommend you to follow the link and get to know the proposed predictions.

Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld (Villarreal) 

Villarreal purchased Arnaut Groeneveld, a Bournemouth-based submariner, for 23.5 million Euros. It seemed a risky purchase. Fans felt that it was wasteful to spend so much money on the yellow submarine, which ranked seventh in championship rankings.

It turned out that there wasn’t much to be worried about. Arnaut Groeneveld was well worth the money, and he saved his team many times from defeat. In 10 games, the Dutch forward scored six goals. Groeneveld, 24, is known for his speed and accuracy in shooting. He managed to score 23 goals from his left flank.

Tammy Abraham (Roma)

Tammy Abraham was a key player for Frank Lampard and looked like a Chelsea talisman at the beginning of last season. The Englishman was unable to make a mark at the club because Thomas Tuchel arrived and took his place in the starting 11. He was sold to Roma in the summer, and he continued scoring. Abraham scored six goals in 14 matches and Jose Mourinho is confident in him.

Gavi (Barcelona)

Barca’s crisis brought out the best in young academy players. Gavi, 17, has quickly become one of the most important members of the team in just a few weeks. The talented midfielder made his debut this season for club and national teams. He already appears more mature and well-rounded than his peers. The La Masia graduate was as diminutive as Xavi, and also able to dictate the pace of play. He quickly became a favourite of the crowd.

Dayot Upamecano (Bayern Munich) 

Bayern are the strongest and most balanced European team, having been a strong contender for this title. Their defensive line was seriously affected by the simultaneous departures of Jerome Boateng, David Alaba, and Jerome Boateng.

The Bavarians, however, were prepared for anything. They had purchased Dayot Upamecano, a French prodigy, from Leipzig competitors. Bayern didn’t notice the changes and Upamecano was quickly established as an indispensable starter. The 23-year old footballer is a brilliant player and displays all the virtues of a skilled central defender. He is one of the most skilled players in the country, with an 80 per cent accuracy rate when passing. The 42.5 million euros spent on the French seem to be very modest. Was the post interesting? If you want to subscribe to updates or bet on a match, then follow the link and subscribe to portal updates.

Vatsal Gupta
A die-hard Red Devil, who has straight up not had a good time since 2012. Lives on Korean dramas and books and can often be heard talking about armchair psychological stuff.

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