Ki Sung-Yeung

Ki has quickly established himself as a fan’s favourite at the Liberty Stadium since joining the club from Celtic in 2012 for £6 million, and his impressive performances last season linked him with a move away from the club. Despite a relatively average first campaign at the club, the midfielder has since become a mainstay in Monk’s starting XI after spending a year out on loan at Sunderland. Last campaign was Ki’s best yet as he racked up eight league goals from the middle of the park, and having established himself as a goalscoring midfielder, he has been tipped with a move to a bigger club in the future.

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The South Korean international has been a hit at every club he has been at, with Celtic fans loving the goals the midfielder provided in his three years at Celtic Park. He has shown this in the Premier League now, netting eight goals last season. His pass accuracy was extremely high at 90% and he proved to be a disciplined member of the side as he picked up just four cautions in 33 league appearances, making him a pleasure to work with.