Why Premier League clubs should sign Spanish star

Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo has the quality required to succeed in the Premier League

Sohaib Junaidi
Published 04/30/2013 15:39 by Sohaib Junaidi, read by 3,068 people.

Alvaro Negredo has been looking for a move away from Sevilla, and the cash-strapped club might be forced to sell their star player this summer.

The striker has hinted that he is looking for a move away from Sevilla and could be headed to the Premier League. With the likes of Tottenham and Everton interested in the Spain international we look at what the player would bring to the Premier League if he moves there.


Negredo has a very impressive goalscoring record at both club and international level. He has a record of a goal every other game, which is the mark for a good striker. Apart from goals he also has his fair share of assists, which shows that he is a good all-round footballer. 


The striker has a very impressive fitness record and has not had any major fitness issues in his career. He rarely misses a game for his club and plays with minor niggle without any fuss. This quality could be a big asset for clubs that take part in the Premier League with small squads.


Negredo comes with a wealth of experience in the Spanish top flight as well as Champions League and international experience. The player was part of the Spanish Euro 2012 triumph, and is held in high regard in the national setup. 

The 27-year-old has said that he would like to move to the Premier League and clubs in the English top flight should look to bring him to the country as he would not only improve the team he joins - but also the league itself.


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