Better players of World Cup will transfer to big clubs

@kevinll (967)
July 1, 2010 12:41am CST
After wonderful show many players of World Cup of South Africa are noticed by many clubs. They can get more earning after World Cup. Spanish winger David Silva joined Manchester City on a four-year deal from Valencia. Do you think who are best so far? Who will deserve to transfer to better clubs?
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• Romania
9 Jul 10
The best player here at the World Cup David Villa just transferred to Barcelona. I think the Blau-Grana team made a great acquisition. David Villa is the best striker in the world at this moment
@icecubic (1850)
• Indonesia
1 Jul 10
I guess the new young talents who playing awesome in this world cup are mueller, ozil, higuain, david silva, gio da silva(mexico), they are deserve to get a better club. The other players who playing well are messi and david villa(recently joined in barca). Have a nice day.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
1 Jul 10
I heard quite a few EPL teams are seriously looking to sign Asomoah Gyan. Arsene Wenger was very close to signing Mesut Ozil before the world cup, but after this showing his prize has blown beyond the range that Arsene is willing to pay. Suddenly Joe Cole who was being looked at by both Arsenal and Man U has been dropped like hot potato and he is now being looked by the next rung of teams including Tottenham!! Cheers! Ram
@sjlskl (3383)
• Singapore
1 Jul 10
Many players will try to take the World Cup as a window for them to showcase their skills in order to secure a move to a bigger club. Nothing wrong with that but it would be silly for the clubs to pay astronomical price for them based on just the World Cup. With the network of scouts that the clubs have, no matter why the players ply their trade, they will be noticed. A likely cause would be that they are average players and thus not within the radar of the scouts. Come a big tournament, they will push themselves to the limit for a few matches and there, they have it. Big move to big club with big paycheck. With due respect to the clubs that have nurture and hone their skills, no player deserve to move to a bigger club.
• India
1 Jul 10
I can't comment on what effect their performance in the world cup is going to happen, but one thing is for sure. Players from the smaller countries are going to get noticed are going to be recruited in the EPL. Be it a small club or a big successful club. They might even get the chance to start off the game without going through the bench process. This world cup has been particularly great because the smaller countries have shown a lot of talent and the young players are very talented. bourne
1 Jul 10
Well I wouldn't say that Manchester city were one of the 'big clubs' but many of the world cup players are the best in their country and alrready play for the big teams out there.