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Every Premier League Club’s Flop of the Season 2019/2020

Arsenal – Nicholas Pepe 

Some say, five goals and six assists in his first season in the [league 2] is not too bad and is a little foundation to build on. Overall it hasn’t been the season many would have predicted. A staggering 72 million euros paid [team 20] for [player 96656], and the expectations were high, considering the season he had before. On the whole, He should perform much better next season. 

Aston Villa – Danny Drinkwater 

The title winner was expected to steady the ship at [team 15] after his loan move from [team 18]. The experience of [player 921] was the reason he was brought to [team 15]. The veteran had an absolute howler on his debut, after which he never really came back. 

Bournemouth – Ryan Fraser

After having a great season, [player 2712] was expected to continue his form for his relegation-threatened side. However, a return of one goal and four assists for [team 52] was extremely disappointing. His unexpected decline did not help the Cherries as they ended up in the bottom three. Fraser’s contract was up, and he left the club. 

Brighton – Alireza Jahanbakhsh

[plaer 25147] – the winger known for his pace and directness was expected to be a key player in this new-looking [team 78] side. In contrast, the Iranian failed to make an influence. 

Burnley – Robbie Brady 

The talented winger with excellent set-piece quality had another poor season. It can be argued that [player 1101] did not get enough game time to show his talent. However, his poor performances in [team 27] were quite clear. One goal and two assists in 17 appearances is a disappointing return. 

Chelsea – Kepa Arrizabalaga 

The Spaniard was lacking in confidence all season. Too easy to beat, [player 186606] had the worst save percentage in the League. He looks unfavorable under [coach 95], and his departure seems inevitable. 

Crystal Palace – Max Meyer

His move from [team 67] raised a few eyebrows when [team 51] confirmed his move. Accordingly, the excitement surrounding the German was sky-high. [player 31840] failed to register a single goal or assist in 17 appearances. 

Everton – Moise Kean 

The biggest surprise came when [team 13] confirmed the signing of [player 133769] from [team 625]. The young Italian had a pathetic season. A big-money move did not produce as per the expectations as a total of two goals were scored all season. 

Leicester City – Ryan Bennet 

[player 898] made a loan move to [team 42]. There were bright things to come as per many pundits. However, his performances always lacked confidence, and he never looked comfortable in a different system. 

Liverpool – Xherden Shaqiri

Title winners don’t necessarily have a player who had a deficient season. Still, [player 1714]was not expected to have the type of season he had with [team 8]. The player from [country 62] only started three games and scored one goal. 

Manchester City – Joao Cancelo 

The arrival of [player 160956] was reportedly worrying [player 911] for his place in the first team. However, he never had a game in which he caught some eyes. In fact, the colossal fee which was paid by [team 9] ended up for nothing. 

Manchester United – David De Gea 

Just a couple of seasons ago, [player 832] was one of the best Goalkeepers in the world. His decline has surprised everyone. [player 12647]’s exceptional performances might be worrying the Spaniard over his spot in the team. 

Newcastle – Joelinton 

Probably the biggest Premier League flop of the season, [player 33645] arrived at Tyneside for a significant fee. With that comes massive pressure, and by scoring two goals all season, the Brazilian did not justify his price tag.

Norwich – Josip Drmic 

In a relegated team, it’s tough to find the worst performer. However, [player 31771] had high expectations around him after moving from [country 11]. One goal with no assists is a horrendous return.

Sheffield United – Callum Robinson 

The youngster [player 3530] scored just two goals in 19 appearances for [team 21]. He was sent on loan to [team 10], where he finished the season quite well. 

Southampton – Che Adams 

The money paid for [player 3596] was not low. His strength, pace are his assets, but goals are what a striker is bought for. He finished the season well, but over a season, four goals for [team 65] is a dreadful return. 

Tottenham – Tanguy Ndombele 

The amount paid to [team 79] was ridiculously high, and so were the expectations of [team 6] surrounding the talented midfielder. A dreadful campaign in which [player 99148] also had a reported fall out with the manager [coach 455375]. His departure seems inevitable. 

Watford – Andre Gray

Many [team 8] players could fight well for this title, but [player 1625]’s performances were absolutely disgraceful. Two goals in 23 appearances, and apart from this, his inability to influence football matches was horrible. 

West Ham – Roberto 

There are a few players who can be taken for [team 1] into consideration, but [player 108842], in his spell, was hopeless. He conceded 17 goals in eight matches. Later, he was dropped and moved on to a Spanish Club.

Wolves – Patrick Cutrone

When this move was confirmed, [team 29] fans were optimistic about this player. However, the Italian had a shocker by scoring just twice. [team 109] signed him on loan, and it is expected that Wolves will sell [player 133805] permanently this summer.

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