Striker Has Premier League Clubs Chasing Him, But Who Should He Choose?

With Matej Vydra seeming to be on his way out of Udinese, a host of Premier League clubs have started to prepare bids for the twenty one year old Czech Republic striker.

 I can’t see why Udinese would allow him to leave, with a stellar season in the Championship last year and nearly clinching a promotion to the Premier League and appeared forty one times and netted twenty times, it’s hard to think why Udinese would allow him to be sold if reports are correct. I don’t even think they should loan him out, either.

With Di Natale seeming to defy the ageing process once again last year and scoring twenty six in forty two appearances. His final goal of the campaign being the final nail in the coffin against Inter and securing them a place in the Europa League this year – meaning they will NEED a squad because the Europa campaign seems to add about a thousand games to your schedule. And although Di Natale may still be tearing it up, at the ripe old age of 35 he is unlikely to be able to endure both Europe and a domestic campaign.

It seems Sam Allardyce sees the Czech striker as a perfect foil for Andy Carroll and both could help each other’s game, and I can genuinely see that working incredibly well for the Hammers. Paolo Di Canio at Sunderland is also interested and would probably replace Steven Fletcher as the starting striker after a woeful end to last year, and good ol’ Steve Clarke at West Brom wants him as they seek to replace the goals that loanee Romelu Lukaku bought them last year.

I would like Norwich to go in for him personally, a front three of Ricky van Wolfswinkel, Gary Hooper and Vydra could really, really be something to be frightened of. If Norwich do go in for him and get him, I’m saying they will finish 7th.


Bold, i know.