Swans striker Michu may be on the move just two years after arriving in South Wales. With a number of top clubs said to be interested in the forward, it appears that Italian side Napoli are winning the race to secure the signature of the 28-year-old Spaniard.
With 22 goals in his debut season for Swansea, it is no surprise that Spain international Michu is drawing interest from some of the top clubs in the world. It maybe does come as a surprise however, that after a frustrating and injury hit campaign, Michu is still drawing interest from some of Europes top clubs.
What will Swansea be missing out on?
At 6ft 1', Michu packs a punch at the spearhead of a football team. Although not the most naturally strong, or naturally quick player, it is the Spaniards lighting-quick reading of the game that makes him one of the most appealing players in world football.
He is a striker that seems to always be in the right place at the right time, and although not considered a goal poacher, he has all the best qualities of many different styles of forwards.
Added to his natural talent of reading the beautiful game, the big striker poses one of the best first touches we've seen in the Premier League for years. He is a natural finisher and deadly in both the air and on the ground.
Michu has shown us in the Premier League that he could be one of the finest strikers in Europe, despite being overshadowed Wilfried Bony this season.
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