Six European Football Stars Currently Facing A Difficult Spell In Their Clubs.

Most important, most European football stars are facing a difficult and frustrating time in their clubs; they are finding life difficult in their various clubs.

However, if any of these stars would happily move to another club as it is if they find an opportunity. Moreover, footballing life can be full of twists and turns. Football class is permanent but form is temporary. Someone can be a world class player and have lost form, his class will always be known but his form is lost.

As we move closer to the opening of the January transfer window, some European stars are having difficult times in their clubs. According research, the following players are facing a difficult spell in their various clubs.

Six European Football Stars Currently Facing A Difficult Spell In Their Clubs.

1. Kepa Arrizabalaga (Chelsea) –

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Kepa Arrizabalaga joined Chelsea in 2017 for a fee which made the most expensive goalkeeper in the history of football. At Athletic Bilbao, he was an agile, quick and promising goalkeeper. In his first season at Chelsea, he made over 4,860 minutes of match appearances, 1.06 goal conceded in each of his 90 minutes match appearances. Meanwhile, he was expected to step up his performance in his second season but that was were thing got wrong. However, since the arrival of Edouard Mendy from Rennes this summer it became very obvious that the Spaniard cannot regain his position as Chelsea No.1 goalkeeper.

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2. Christian Eriksen (Inter Milan) –

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Christian Eriksen was in search of a new challenge while at Tottenham Hotspur after having a successful spell with them. At Tottenham, he scored 51 goals and made 62 assists under the management of Mauricio Pochettino. However, since his January move from the Premier league club to Serie A league contenders Inter Milan, he has featured in only 22 games. Moreover, the Danish midfielder seems to have lost his place in Antonio Conte’s squad having played only just 212 minutes of football this term for Inter Milan. As things looks, the only two escape plan for Eriksen are for him to find his Tottenham form and force himself back into Inter Milan’s first team or to seek a move away from the Italian club when the January transfer window opens but this voykd be difficult due to the impact of Coronavirus on football.

Six European Football Stars Currently Facing A Difficult Spell In Their Clubs.

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3. Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) –

Mesut Ozil is among the world football stars who have lost their form. The former FIFA World Cup winner word rate that made him a superstar at Real Madrid is not burning hot again. However, the German has fallen below in the pecking order of Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, he has not featured in a game for the Gunners since the football restart in June. Shockingly, he remains the highest paid Arsenal player taking home £350,000 a week despite not playing any match for the Premier League club. Rumours have been spreading about that various clubs from German Bundesliga, Turkey Super Lig, Asia and MLS are prepared to compete for the signature of the out of favour German midfielder when the January transfer window opens in few weeks.
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4. Dele Alli (Tottenham) –

Dele Alli initially joined Tottenham in 2015 after an agreed and accepted transfer fee of £5 million but spent the 2015/16 campaign with his then club MK Dons on loan. Since then he quickly rose to be among the most sought after players in Europe and also among the best midfielders in Premier League in few seasons. However, the former MK Dons midfielder has lost the form which classified him among the best midfielder in Europe. He seems to have lost passion in the game that made him one of the most sought after players in the world. Current Tottenham boss José Mourinho is very unsatisfied with the English midfielder due to his poor form, low work rate and sluggishness. This term, he has started only just one Premier League game for Spurs and has been left out of the club’s last five match day squads. Moreover, he has been linked with a loan move to Paris Saint Germain in January.
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5. Isco (Real Madrid) –

If you looking for an amazing midfield maestro, who should count on Isco. Currently, we all know he is going through a difficult time in his Real Madrid’s shirt. Since his arrival at Real Madrid, he has played a total game of 313 netting 51 times. However, this season he has found it hard to pick up his unique and good form despite starting in some games for Madrid. He has played 260 minutes of football for Madrid in the league but has not featured for them in the UEFA Champions League. Zinedine Zidane has granted him some chances to pick up his form but it seems not to be working.
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6. Paulo Dybala (Juventus) –

Of all seasons, this season along with part of last season has been a strange season for Paulo Dybala. Expectations were that he was going to be the ideal playmaker behind striker Alvaro Morata and Cristiano Ronaldo under the management of Andrea Pirlo but sadly things didn’t fall out to be so. Moreover, he has only played 160 minutes in the league for Juventus. The former Palermo forward was close to a move to Manchester United this summer bit the transfer didn’t materialise. The only escape route for the Argentine is for him to find a new life elsewhere and the time to do this might be when the transfer window opens in January.

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