Valerio Pennicino/Getty Images(Bleacher Report) If the Gunners could find a way to pull it off, the
signature of Belgian starlet Eden Hazard would be one of the best moves they could make. His
ability to cut through a defense as well as pass around one makes him an ultimate forward.
The Arsenal target scored two goals this weekend as he looks up and ready for the clubs opening
round of the UEFA Champions League that kicks off this week.
Denis Doyle/Getty Images (Bleacher Report) Despite the signing of Park Chu-Young Arsene Wenger
could be in the market for another striking option come January. The daunting task of playing four
tournaments at once between the Premier League, FA Cup, Carling Cup and UEFA Chsmpion's League can
take its toll on a team that is not supplied with depth.
Michael Regan/Getty Images (Bleacher Report) Gary Cahill opened the season on a high by scoring in
Bolton Wanderers 4-0 defeat of Queens Park Rangers on opening day. His brilliant strike was one of
the best of the opening weekend as far as taking advantage of a scoring opportunity.
However, since that match the Trotters have gone down hill suffering three straight losses and
pushing them down the table.
Matthew Lewis/Getty Images(Bleacher Report) Joe Cole arrived on Merseyside just over a year ago
with high hopes, a big contract and tons of belief that he was going to help lead the Reds return
to the promised land that they have been so long removed from.
However, that did not happen as Cole continued to fall off the wagon and was left to fill mostly a
fringe role last season as the Reds chased fifth place but could not claim it at the death last
Clive Brunskill/Getty Images (Bleacher Report) An official poll on Liverpool FC's website has
Stewart Downing as the fans top choice for best new signing so far. The former Aston Villa man has
been impressive in his opening four games for the Reds.
His play on the wings has shown just how much the Reds needed a genuine wide attacking in recent
seasons as they have seen their play be much more open than the narrow play attacking style seen in
the later days of Rafael Benitez.
Scott Heavey/Getty Images (Bleacher Report) Luis Suarez according to the Guardian a few days ago is
the rumored target of a £35 million bid from Real Madrid expected to hit Liverpool FC's bank of
the Mersey in January.
The Uruguayan has been a constant bother to any opposition and he is nothing short of tireless when
it comes to chasing down every chance he has to be part of the game.
Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images (Bleacher Report) Sergio Aquero was all that Manchester City needed
to take away a 3-0 victory from their home match against Wigan Athletic. In only his fourth game in
the English Premier League, the Argentine striker scored his first English Premier League hat
Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images (Bleacher Report) Last season saw the emergence of what looked like
it had the makings of an incredible partnership. Wayne Rooney had made the best of both Carlos
Tevez and Dimitar Berbatov over the last few seasons, but he is yet to have enjoyed a long term
Jasper Juinen/Getty Images (Bleacher Report) Any mishap of things can occur to a player on the
pitch; however, a number of events rank among the worst.
Ask any player, from a local pick-up team member to a major European League midfielder, and more
than likely they will have an unfortunate story to tell; many would land in the top 10 worst things
to happen to a footballer.