Revealed: The real
reason Premier League Clubs wants Garry Rodrigues
DATE: 17.05.2018 - SOCCERVOICE - BLOG
believes that Neymar could be moving to Real Madrid, who are out
looking for new stars in their arsenal
Galatsaray winger, Garry Rodrigues, is one of the most sort-after
player in the Premier League. Newcastle United, Crystal Palace and
reportedly shown keen interest
in the 27-year-old.
Galatsaray rates Rodrigues at £20m
which is a very modest outlay for a player his calibre. The Cape
Verde international has impressed with his blistering pace out wide,
more than filling the void left by Bruma following his summer move
to RB Leipzig.
Largely a nomad, Rodrigues had
toured several countries. He started off in the Netherlands at
XerxesDZB then Ado Den Haag. Before spells at Levski Sofia
(Bulgaria), Elche (Spain) and PAOK (Greece). All of those, he left
without leaving a mark.
Turkey in January 2017 without much
expected to under the rails as his previous spells. Instead,
Rodrigues has sprung into life in the Turkish capital. The dazzling
winger has been responsible for 19 goals this term. He chipped in
nine himself while assisting others 10 times.
Rodrigues’ goal scoring ability is an added incentive to any Premier
League side. When scoring seems impossible for the winger, he has
shown not to be selfish by creating for others.
Fast and skillful winger, Rodrigues
is known for his dribbling ability. He likes to get on the ball out
wide and run at defenders to make things happen.
is a very athletic player. The Premier League could suit him more
(than the Turkish top flight) as there will be more space to
exploit, Ayhan Akman, his coach at PAOK said. “But he has to make
better decisions, such as when to pass and when to shoot.
who has made 21 appearances since 2013 to help Cape Verde emerge
from footballing obscurity, appears keen for another sojourn.
Personally, I think he will be of a great influence to any club he
the question is Where it be? Newcastle, Palace or Saints?
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