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5 Premier League Midfielders Who Deserve To Play For Bigger Clubs

There are some premier league midfielders who are currently good but are not playing for bigger clubs. These premier league midfielders are so good on the ball and they deserve more recognition and I believe some top clubs will sign them very soon. See them below:

5. Abdoulaye Doucore (Everton)

He is so good on the ball and he is a box to box type of midfielder. I believe he deserves more recognition. This season, he has scored 2 goals and assisted 4 times in 8 appearances for Eveton in the Premier League. Clubs like Liverpool or Barcelona may be interested in him.

4. Yves Bissouma (Brighton and Hove Albion)

He is a very good defensive midfielder. He has a good work rate and he is very good at collecting the ball back from his opponents. He is also good at scoring outside goals, and Liverpool might make him a long-term backup for Fabinho if they sign him.

3. Ruben Neves (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

He is a very good midfielder. He is very good at playmaking, and a top club needs to sign him. The likes of Barcelona and Juventus may be interested in this wonderful midfielder.

2. Youri Tielmans (Leicester City)

There is no doubt that he is a good midfielder. He is one of the players who destroyed Manchester United on their last occasion in the Premier League. He will be a good signing for Liverpool and also Manchester City. He is very creative and I believe he deserves more recognition.

1. Declan Rice (West Ham United)

I am still surprised at why no big club signed him in the last transfer market. He is a very good defensive midfielder and he will definitely solve the defensive errors of Manchester United if they sign him. The likes of Manchester United and Barcelona may be interested in him. He is really wonderful to watch.

What would you say about these players?

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