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The 7 Championship players who will play Premier League football soon

Here is my list of 7 players who will be in the Premier League next season either with their current club or a new club. Take a look and let me know what you think in the comments below.

Kalvin Phillips

The first name on my list is the first name on the Leeds team sheet. When he is not playing you can see Leeds are not quite at the races. The player dubbed “Mr Leeds” by his fans it’s clear that he is a fans favourite and would surely be a key player in the Premier League when Leeds finally secure their place back. Likelihood 10/10

Said Benrahma

Wow, Wow, Wow! What a player the Algerian is- too good for the Championship in most people’s eyes. The winger has all the tips and tricks needed to be a great player. Reports suggest Frank Lampard is keen to make the Algerian part of a summer spree that will already see Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner arrive at Stamford Bridge. Benrahma has scored 14 goals this season including two hat tricks as well. Definitely a player to keep an close eye on – until he nutmegs you that is! Likelihood 9/10

BRENTFORD, ENGLAND – JANUARY 28: Said Benrahma of Brentford looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Brentford FC and Nottingham Forest at Griffin Park on January 28, 2020 in Brentford, England. (Photo by Alex Burstow/Getty Images)

Bradley Dack

A quality championship midfielder yet to play in the Premier League. With 9 goals in 22 games before injury put a stop to Dacks season. A star player in the Rovers lineup but after his injury comeback it may be next year we see him step up and show his quality we know he has in the Premier League. Likelihood 5/10

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John Swift

The Reading playmaker has had a standout season in midfield for the Royals this season scoring 5 times and assisting 10. Has already been linked with a move to Premier League side Sheffield United and with Leeds interested as well a Premier League move is almost certain. Likelihood 6/10

Ollie Watkins

Another one of Brentford’s front three from this season. Watkins has had arguably his best season in front of goal scoring 22 times in the Championship. One of the best players in the league and on his day he is unplayable and remarkably he is still only 24 years old Watkins does have a bright future ahead of him. Reports yesterday linked him with a £18million pound move to Southampton and Crystal Palace although im sure his asking price will go up if he can continue his form into the last few weeks of the season. Likelihood 8/10

Conor Gallagher

One of the standout midfielders in this seasons Championship season. Gallagher started out on loan at Charlton Athletic but in January he was recalled by Chelsea to then go back out on loan and join up with Steve Cooper at Swansea. Gallagher has goals and assists to his name this season. Crystal Palace are already eyeing up a deal worth £10million for his services which seems an absolute bargain for his services. Likelihood 7/10

Ivan Šunjić

A strange one that I have chosen here but I have been impressed with how he has performed this season. Last summer, Birmingham managed to stump up £6.3million to sign Sunjic from Dinamo Zagreb. The 23-year-old was highly regarded in Croatia. Sunjic has been a solid, battling midfielder with composure on the ball. He has scored two goals and picked up eight yellow cards, and reports suggest that could move on this summer and could interest the likes of Leeds United or Burnley – who they could see as the ideal replacement for Jeff Hendrick. Likelihood 6/10

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 04: Ivan Sunjic of Birmingham reacts during the Sky Bet Championship match between Birmingham City and Middlesbrough at St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium on October 04, 2019 in Birmingham, England. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

So, there is my pick of seven players. Did I miss anyone out? let me know down below in the comments.

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