We are already four months into the new season, and various clubs are displaying the strength of their updated squad. While Chelsea and PSG are showing their supremacy as expected, lowly rated teams are taking others by surprise. Most of these teams are doing well due to newly signed players that are positively affecting their performance. Let us look at five players who are currently enjoying their debut seasons at their new clubs.
1. Tammy Abraham (AS Roma):
When Thomas Tuchel arrived at Chelsea, he made it clear that Tammy Abraham was not part of his plan for the Blues. So, Tammy Abraham was transferred to AS Roma that are currently 4th on the Serie A table ranking. He currently has 2 goals and 2 assists in the Premier League.
2. Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal):
Arsenal suffered three losses in a row before they signed Tomiyasu. Since his debut match for the English club till date, they have not recorded any loss. Incredible, right? Bought for €18.6 million from Bologna, he has effortlessly cemented his place in the first team.
3. Arnaut Danjuma (Villarreal):
When Villarreal spent €23.5 million to purchase Arnaut Danjuma from second division English team, Bournemouth, many saw it as a gamble. However, his ability to save Villarreal on countless occasions has proven that he is worth every single penny that is spent on him.
4. Gavi (Barcelona):
17 year old Gavi has proven to the world that he is worthy to be part of Barcelona's senior team. Making his debut for club and country this year, he has been tipped for success in time to come. Gavi's football prowess has made him eligible to be compared to Xavi.
5. Dayot Upamecano (Bayern Munich):
The combined loss of David Alaba and Jerome Boateng this summer seriously weakened the defense of the defending Bundesliga champions. However, purchasing Dayot from league rivals, RB Leipzig seemed to be the right option as he has effortlessly seamed into the team's form.
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