Which of these superstars will take Gareth Bale’s best player in Premier League crown…?
Luis Suarez – Liverpool
Suarez has been banned for so long, he’s almost become the forgotten man of the Premier League – having to watch his Liverpool side win their opening three matches and top the table. When he returns in two games time however, the brilliant Uruguayan has the ability to light up any match he plays in. Fierce, combative, and a goalscorer – if it wasn’t for his regular antics Suarez might well have won the Player of the Year award last year.
Sergio Aguero – Manchester City
The ultra-talented Argentine took the league by storm when he arrived two summers ago, scoring 24 times in his opening season, including a last minute winner that won City the title. Aguero suffered with injuries last year, but with a full pre-season behind him, he is capable of opening up Premier League defences at will.
Eden Hazard – Chelsea
The young Belgian who cost Chelsea £32m last summer is only 22-years-old, but is already one of the best payers in the world. Hazard’s pace, trickery and control mean he is a demon with the ball at his feet. Hazard is one of those players who gets the crowd on their feet every time he picks up the ball, and the scary thing is – he’s only going to get better.
Robin Van Persie – Manchester United
The brilliant Dutchman has won consecutive Golden Boot awards, and few would bet against him adding a third third this season under new Manchester United boss David Moyes. RVP is the best finisher in the country, and has developed from an injury prone prospect into one of the best players in the world in the past five seasons.
Mesut Ozil – Arsenal
England’s most expensive ever football import – the outstanding German playmaker is ready to take the Premier League by storm this season – and fans all over the country cannot wait to see him in action. Ozil has it all – skill, touch, control, an eye for goal, technique, passing and creativity. For all the stick Arsene Wenger’s taken this summer, the 24-year-old could well turn out to be one of his best ever signings.