In recent years, Premier League teams have invested heavily to land their dream superstars. This year, though, while players are still being signed, there seems to be a change about how these teams are operating in the market.
With the finances of clubs taking a big hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, teams are making well-calculated moves before splashing the cash. That means they are conducting a thorough review of their squads to identify and eventually jettison star players surplus to requirements to fund new arrivals.
On that note, here’s a look at five such Premier League players who could be on the move this summer.
In fact, tere are some star names who, it could be argued, are very much underpaid in comparison to their more well-rewarded teammates.
This list does include a number of young players, but even so, it is surprising to see that some of the top talents in this country are not paid as much as you would assume.
Press the next page as we look at five Premier League stars who deserve a pay rise (based on the information provided by Spotrac)
He scored the second goal against Tottenham Hotspur in the final as well. Unfortunately, the Belgian has failed to take off at Anfield since then.
Origi was given the opportunity to impress by Jurgen Klopp last season, but he failed to capitalise on that. The attacker made nine appearances for the Reds in the Premier League in 2020-21, but registered no goal or assist. His only goal of the season came in a 7-2 victory over Lincoln City in the Carling Cup.