The Premier League is a notoriously difficult league to compete in. Even Pep Guardiola, a seasoned winner wherever he’s been, be it the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich or La Liga with Barcelona, claimed it to be the ‘toughest’ to win. But why?
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Manchester City’s Rodri is one of the latest players to be thrown into the Premier League cauldron after arriving from Atletico Madrid in the summer.
Indeed, given he only recently touched down in the competition and has the heavy expectation of being the club’s most expensive player hanging over his head, there’s perhaps no one more qualified to explain the challenges of being a top-flight midfielder in a Guardiola side…
Standing at 6 ft 3 and a graduate from defensive guru Diego Simeone’s school of football, a man he has claimed to be very similar to his current boss, Rodri is widely considered to be the successor to 34-year-old Fernandinho, who is currently playing in his seventh term at the Etihad.