Premier League 2018/2019 will be rolling in three days. It is also more interesting to wait for anyone who will be shiny later. This time the CoBB will weigh the most goalkeeping candidates in the next season.

The savior is indeed likely to be born from mediocre clubs, or even tend to be the occupants of the lower board standings. Logically enough considering the poor defense is directly proportional to the number of a goalkeeper's rescue.

In the past season for example, Jack Butland who won the most saves came from relegated Stoke City. While in the 2016/2017 edition, Tom Heaton from Burnley won, while Watford had produced Heurelho Gomes as the busiest goalkeeper in the Premier League in the 2015/2016 period. Here is the strongest candidate for the goalkeeper with the most rescue next season.

                    Jack Butland

Last season Butland was ranked number one as the most intense player to record a rescue. The 25-year-old goalkeeper recorded 144 saves. How not, with West Ham United, Stoke City is the club that conceded the most number 68. Simply representing the poor defense of The Potters.

The problem is, Butland's chances of maintaining his incision were threatened with failure because Stoke was relegated to the Championship Division. He is still widely rumored to be moving to Chelsea.

However, if the move is realized, it is unlikely that Butland will be the goalkeeper with the most saves next season. Because the quality of the Chelsea defense is far above his former club.

Lukasz Fabianski

The fate of Lukasz Fabianski is slightly brighter than Butland. Ending the 2017/2018 season with 137 rescues - the second most - making West Ham hook him up from Swansea City.

Fabianski might work extra-hard this season. The Hammers' defense is (one of) the worst in the Premier League last edition because it conceded 68 goals. Moreover West Ham tends to actively shop players in the front sector rather than the defense area. That is why the strength of their rearguard might not be much different from the latest edition.

Eits, wait, Fabianski's mission won't run smoothly. West Ham still has Adrian who previously managed to shift Joe Hart's place. Not necessarily, his position will be safe as West Ham's regular goalkeeper this season.

Jordan Pickford

Jordan Pickford is on the rise. It was a great performance with the England National Team in the 2018 World Cup which made it elevated from just the future keeper of The Three Lions to become a major supporter.

His existence in Russia succeeded in completing his 121 rescue for Everton in the Premier League last season, losing only to Butland, Fabianski and Mat Ryan. With its proven maturity and position as the main irreplaceable goalkeeper with the Toffees, it is likely that Pickford will reap the saves lot in the next season.

Similar to West Ham, Everton has so far not brought in a new central defender. Instead, sell Ramiro Funes Mori to Villareal and lend Ashley Williams to Stoke. Lucas Digne, who is landed from Barcelona, ​​is also a typical full-back who actively assists the attack.

David De Gea

Last but not least, we still included David De Gea in the list this time. First, Manchester United have so far not experienced significant changes in the defense sector. Jose Mourinho's pragmatic game system, sometimes even more highlighting the defense line as United's strongest point.

With United often being attacked by opponents, De Gea will often make a rescue.

In addition, of course the capacity of De Gea is itself. Impressive performance The winner of the Golden Glove title when United were defeated 0-1 by Bayern Munich in the pre-season match can be used as a reference. 'Red Devil' could have conceded more than one goal if De Gea failed to ward off the attacks of Robert Lewandowski and friends.