The Most Exciting Player On Each Premier League Team This Season

Who else is counting down the days until the Premier League begins? I know I am. With a wealth of talent in the league, it’s hard to know which Premier League players to focus on.

Some players on this list of those to watch are newcomers to the league, others are looking to follow up breakout seasons. Here are the Premier League players you should watch this season.

Most Exciting Premier League Players 2019-20

Arsenal: Nicolas Pepe

A Look At Each Premier League Club's Market Value Highlights Disparity From Top To Bottom

Premier League clubs continue to increase their respective squad values, due to an increase in available funds from huge TV deals that then get allocated to each Premier League club. From there, it's on the owners to splash the cash and match the ambitions of their club. Here, we take a look at each Premier League club market value, based on their current squad.

Premier League Club Market Value

(Squad valuations as of Aug. 1, 2019)

Claudio Ranieri Linked With Newcastle And He's Probably The Magpies' Best Option

It was recently announced that Rafa Benitez will be leaving Newcastle when his contract expires on June 31.

This is a huge loss for the Magpies, unquestionably. With Mike Ashley still at the helm of the former Premier League title challengers, Benitez was rarely supported in the transfer window, and had to do his best with the players that he had.

Rafael Benítez's Newcastle Departure Spells Doom For The Magpies

Newcastle United fans were sad to hear this morning that manager Rafael Benítez would not be re-signing with the club for the 2019-20 season.

Miggy Puts The Face On And Then Commits A Godawful Tackle On Mexico’s José Juan Vázquez

Last night, a crowd of 50,000 watched Mexico defeat Paraguay 4-2 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, to make it two wins in two matches for new manager Gerardo “Tata” Martino. 

During a space of 18 first half minutes, El Tri posted three on the South American side to effectively put the game to bed. LA Galaxy midfielder Jonathan dos Santos scored his first international goal in his 40th appearance, Gustavo Gomez put one into his own net and then Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez slotted home the third with only 24 minutes on the clock.

Newcastle’s Fabian Schar Proves That Center Backs Are Soccer People Too

Sometimes you have to wonder about the hype surrounding the English Premier League. You’re supposed to treat Manchester United-Liverpool like a druid at the summer solstice, but it turns out to be 90 minutes of apocalyptic despair.

You then put on Newcastle United-Burnley and see Atlanta United’s Miguel Almiron bossing things, $66 million Liverpool target James Tarkowski sky a sitter from yards out and commentators treat the introduction of a 38-year-old Peter Crouch like the second coming of Marco van Basten.

Miguel Almiron Handed First Newcastle Start, Produces Man-Of-The-Match Performance

Miguel Almiron has had a really good few months: an MLS Cup title with Atlanta, a well-earned move to Newcastle and now his first start for the Toon. What was even more special is that Almiron’s first start at St. James’ Park and for Newcastle was a man-of-the-match performance in a 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

Miguel Almirón’s Newcastle Debut Ruined By Comical Last-Second Equalizer

This story should be about another tactical masterclass from Rafa Benitez or the staggeringly good form of 21-year-old midfielder Sean Longstaff or the brief but spirited cameo from record signing Miguel Almirón, but instead it’s about a ridiculous bit of goalkeeping from the usually excellent Martin Dúbravka.

Newcastle traveled to the Molineux on Monday night sitting above the drop zone on goal difference. With Wolves flying high in seventh, this match represented a daunting fixture for Benitez’s men.