As the new Bundesliga season kick start on Friday, there will be some changes in terms of players who have left the league and join other clubs in Europe. Players like Timo Werner, Kevin Volland, Kai Havertz, Hakimi Archaf, Raphael and Ivan Perisic who have returned back to his primary club Inter Milan and he won’t be present in the new season.
There are new faces who have arrived and are touted to be the brightest players to have join the top clubs in the German Bundesliga, as most of them are young, ready to show what they made up of and make the Bundesliga more pleasing to the fans to watch even though the fans in the stadium will be less than usual as measures are been taken to prevent more outbreak of the coronavirus.
There are three key players to watch in the new Bundesliga season
Hwang Hee Chan
The new RB Leipzig forward was bought for €14 million from RB Salzburg, he was bought mainly to replace Timo Werner who left Leipzig for Chelsea Football club.
The 24-year-old South Korean caught the eye of everyone in Champions League last season when his club RB Salzburg played against Liverpool at Amsfield on match day one in which he scored a goal even though his team lost 4-3.
His style of play is described as energetic with a good passing accuracy and eye for dribbling, the 24-year-old forward scored and gave an assist against Numberg as the Bull team won three nil in the DFB Pokal Cup which was played last week Saturday. He will be expected to more as the season kick start on Friday.
The English midfielder joined Borussia Dortmund from Birmingham city for €25 million signing a five year deal, the 17-year-old was evenly linked to Manchester United but decided to join the Black and Yellow stripes team.
He has already been compared to Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard in which the 17-year-old have distance himself from and wants to play his own way, the 17-year-old have already have got the ball rolling has he gave a scintinlating performance against Duisburg as he open his goal scoring account on Monday in the DFB Pokal cup, the baby club won the match five nill.
He possesses an assured touch and can pick a pass, time a run as well as having an eye for goal.
The 20-year-old Dutch man joined Werder Bremen on loan from the English club Manchester United, he basically to Germany to gain more playing time which was lacking when he was with the Red Devils.
The tall lanky winger is filled with pace which will cause problem for defenders and strikes the ball well with his intelligent left foot and also likes to create chances for his team mate.
The White Islander will be expecting the young Dutch man to help them as they will be playing Europa League this season.