Eduardo might be making a Premier League return this season as the Queens Park Rangers, who have earned promotion, are believed to have their eyes on him.
The veteran striker who was a part of the Croatian squad in the World Cup is without a contract at the moment. His deal with Shakhtar Donetsk expired when the last season ended and thus, he can be bought without a transfer fee this summer.
Eduardo has spent a few years playing in England in the past. He had been in the Gunners squad for 3 years i.e.
between 2007 and 2010. He played 41 league matches in that duration, but, couldn’t have that much influence.
But, in the last few years, he has become a better player and he can be backed to have much more success if he makes his way back to England.
Two other English clubs are also interested in Eduardo. One of them is understood to be Stoke City, while, the other one is West Ham United.
There are interests for the player from outside England as well. A couple of Turkish sides are also said to have approached Eduardo.
The main reason behind the eagerness of the clubs to buy Eduardo is his experience.
Eduardo was in great form in the top tier in Ukraine last season. He found the back of the net 9 times in 23 appearances that he made for his team.
He, however, couldn’t do much in the World Cup. He didn’t get that much playing time though to be fair to him. He was not used in the first match against Brazil at all, while, in the second match against Cameroon, he was brought onto the field with only about 20 odd minutes to go.