Jun 11, 2015

Five players in line for a quick-fire return to the Premier League

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Hull, QPR and Burnley are down but which of their players may make a swift Premier League return?

As soon as the football season ends, the rumours and speculation intensify. This past season was no different. There will be a whole host of players pondering their futures and plenty of clubs looking to offload talent. None more so than Hull City, Queens Park Rangers and Burnley. The relegated trio have to now adjust themselves for life in the Championship which means attempting to reduce their wage bill and trying to cling on to players that starred in their downfalls. I’ve picked out five players that could be in line for a quick return to the Premier League ahead of the transfer window.

In a season where Hull City’s attacking signings disappointed, QPR’s expensive squad underperformed and Burnley’s inexperience outweighed their enthusiasm and hard work, four of these five players were at the forefront of any plaudits their sides were given. The other has just struggled with the reputation he gained during his breakthrough season, something the other four will be eager to dispel if this speculation materialises.

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Dan is a Journalism student at UWE and is an aspiring football journalist. His first ever football match was Southampton's 3-2 win over Leeds in 2003 and he has been a Saints fan ever since.

Comments to Five players in line for a quick-fire return to the Premier League

  • The fact you thinm Curtis Davies was a key component goes to show how little of Hull you have seen this season. He was very poor throughout the opening months and was eventually dropped for Mcshane and A.Bruce, both of whom massively out performed him.

    John Smith June 12, 2015 1:11 pm