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5 Bundesliga stars who could be playing Premier League football next season

Anas Ali
ANALYST
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2.34K   //    20 Jan 2018, 19:05 IST

Chelsea seems to be the likely destination for 'King Artur' next season
Chelsea seems to be the likely destination for 'King Artur' next season

The Bundesliga has been the platform for many of the current Premier League superstars over the years. The league's ability to nurture young talents every season has attracted young players from all over the world.

Players like Kevin de Bruyne, Mesut Ozil amongst several others have found real success in the Premier League after initially impressing in the German top flight.

This season has been no exception either, as a lot of players are seemingly trying to impose themselves in the Bundesliga. Even though players like Leon Goretzka and Naby Keita have already signed up Bayern and Liverpool, the league still has a lot of good players who can make a strong impact in the English top flight.

In this article, we will talk about five impressive Bundesliga players who are destined for a move to Premier League next season.

#5 Arturo Vidal - Bayern Munich

Following the acquisition of Germany's midfield sensation Leon Goretzka who will join the club next season, Vidal's stint with Bayern is almost guaranteed to come to an end this summer as the Chilean International is highly linked with a move to Chelsea.

Head coach Antonio Conte is reportedly eyeing a reunion with the Bayern midfielder, whom he had worked with during their time at Juventus.

An enforcer in the centre of the park, Vidal has once again performed very impressively in the league this season, scoring five goals, two of which were last minute winners.

His presence in midfield could definitely give Chelsea an advantage over their opponent while his vast experience and unmatched physicality are perfectly suited to the tactical philosophy of Antonio Conte.

Vidal's current contract with the Bavarians runs out in 2019 but the Chilean is almost a guaranteed departure from Allianz Arena next summer and is expected to cost around €37m.

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Anas Ali
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17 - Resident of Kolkata, India - In love with the Bundesliga since birth. Big fan of TwentyOnePilots and basically every other teen stuff(Star Wars not included). Still waiting for my man Milos Raonic to win a Grand Slam. Come to my house and we will watch Netflix and eat Nutella. lol just kidding. Follow me on Twitter @covershadow09
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