Andre Villas Boas - The highly acclaimed Portuguese manager will be seeking revenge this time around which makes him top the list. Being sacked by Abrahamovich , AVB has joined Chelsea’s London rivals, Tottenham . AVB will have a mammoth task in his hand to fill into Harry’s shoes but his personal goal will be to finish above Chelsea and prove that he is what everyone claims he is.
Lukas Podolski- We all know how talented he is and he has proven his talent at various stages for Germany. And after his spell at Koln, Podolski has joined forces with Arsene wenger and with RVP set to leave soon, Podolski will sure have the oppurtunites to shine and maybe play a key role in holding Arsenals Champions League place.
Fernando Torres - Many say he had his worst season but keeping in mind he won the Champions league, FA cup and the Euro, plus the Golden Boot for his personal collection, El nino didn’t do that bad and with Drogba going out, he is the new spearhead of the Chelsea attack. So torres is certainly someone to watchout for.
Brendan Rodgers - After amusing everyone with Swansea, Rodgers has taken up the historical, but of late dismal, Liverpool with more talent and money at his disposal. The question will be – Can this Liverpool turn into a Champions League team under him?
Steven Gerrad - He captained England to the quarter final of the European Championships and showed everyone that he still is capable to give excellent performances. It will be interesting to see how he comes back under a new manager.
Roberto Di Matteo - He might have got the job and the Champions League but his team was far away from convincing when it came to FOOTBALL and with the experience of being sacked by West Brom, it might just be a matter of time before he gets the sack from the Russian.
Robin Van Persie - Its sure that he will leave Arsenal but no one is sure where he will end up next season and if he does join another BPL team, it could change the landscape of things. With interest from both the Manchester clubs, it is most likely that RVP will stay in England, and if he does, he’s surely someone who should be interesting.
Mario Ballotelli - The postman showed that he is worth 200 millon with his superb performances in the Euro and with Mancini by his side, he is expected to deliver the mail and some awesome celebrations.
Danny welback - This Red Devil showed his potential throughout the last season by restricting goal-scoring machines like Hernandes, Berbatov and Owen to the bench. With Sir Alex determined to get the title back from the noisy neighbours, Welback will have a huge role to play in the next season.
Park Ji Sung - This may raise some eyebrows…well he may be old, but with the prospect of regular football and his spectacular record againes the BIG clubs, the Korean will be an asset for Mark Hughes’ side. And with Barton along his side, he may be hot to handle.