As the transfer window gets busy, we look at four strikers in the English top flight who could leave their respective clubs this summer.
Every year Hernandez spends at Manchester United, his number of appearances goes down. Following the appointment of Louis van Gaal as manager, the 25-year-old has been linked with a move away from the club to revitalise his once promising career. ‘Chicharito’ is a poacher and uses his head, feet, and really any part of his body to put the ball in the net.
Remy spent this season on loan at Newcastle United from Queens Park Rangers. The 27-year-old had a great start to the campaign and led the Magpies’ charge up the Premier League table. However, it is no coincidence that Newcastle’s drop down the standings coincided with Remy’s injury. The France international striker has been very clear about his desire to move to a top club and is likely to leave QPR sooner rather than later.
Lukaku spent this season on loan at Everton from Chelsea. He is a good all-around striker with pace, power and presence. Lukaku scored 15 goals for Everton this campaign and despite this impressive tally for a 21-year-old, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho supposedly is willing to let him go in favour of a more experienced striker.
Bony’s Swansea City career started slowly, but he became their hero towards the end of lthe season. 16 goals in 34 appearances for the Swans this campaign have led to some interest from top clubs across Europe. Bony is a big, strong target man who dreams of playing in the Champions League.