Who is the real star of the Premier League? Last season’s cadets (Salah, De Bruyne, Kane) and World Cup stars (Pogba, Hazard) are in the running for the Championship of England. A file to find in FF this week.
From last winter to spring, their struggle has held Britain in suspense. Who from Kevin De Bruyne, master of the untouchable Manchester City, or Mohamed Salah, formidable soloist of the Reds, was going to be named king of Premier League? The Liverpool Pharaoh finally emerged from a crazy class and an aura that stretched beyond the banks of the Mersey. These two will still be the stars of the PL, open last weekend. The Egyptian can count on the unbridled enthusiasm of his coach, Jürgen Klopp, formidable motivator, while the Belgian is covered with praise by Pep Guardiola. “It steals, nothing reaches it,” says Amy Lawrence of the Guardian about Mo Salah; “A symbol ofsays Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday about the Belgian.
Pogba could “live a brutal return to reality after two months of happiness”
The two journalists are also racing for Paul Pogba, transcended by the World Cup, the unique charisma, become fair and propellant of energy on the jersey of France. He has the potential to rule the Premier League provided he normalizes his relationship with Jose Mourinho who enjoys little natural relaxation. The French could “live a brutal return to reality after two months of happiness,” says Oliver Holt. The same questions concern Eden Hazard, radiant in Russia but who will still have faith to adapt to a new manager (Maurizio Sarri) in a workforce crossed tensions in 2017-18. Remains the case Harry Kane, relentless scorer but lacks magic in his game The captain of Tottenham will have to outdo himself for…