Search For A Brentford Player
Brentford have been active in the summer transfer window looking for a replacement for Christian Eriksen. Man United signed Eriksen on a free transfer after his contract expired at the club. Brentford will be hoping their new additions to the squad will help them push up the table this season. Eriksen joined the club after his return to professional football following a cardiac arrest in the 2020 Euros.
Thomas Frank has added some firepower to his squad with the signings of Keane Lewis-Potter and Aaron Hickey. Both players are expected to make an immediate impact at the club. Brentford will be looking to improve on their position in the league this season after finishing 13th last year. The Bees finished with 46 points in the Premier League which is more than the other two promoted teams combined. However, Christian Eriksen played a large role in getting them there so some younger players will need to step up this year to maintain and improve their position.
Brentford Football Club started out playing amateur football but turned pro when they joined the London League in 1896. Since then, Brentford have risen in recent years through the second division to first division and on to the Premier league. Griffin Park has become a difficult place for opposition teams to play with the home side maintaining a strong record there. The club now plays at the highest level in England and will hoping to avoid any talk of relegation in the near future.
Brentford player salaries are moderate for the Premier League and have been known to make highly data-driven signings to find value in the transfer market. They will be hoping to finish above their main rivals who are also native to West London including QPR and Fulham.
Wages have been sourced directly from agents where possible. Where the players salary has not been released by the club or agent other sources and estimates have been used. Estimates are based on previously known salaries, wage structure and press releases.
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