Whilst some Premier League debutants have hit the ground running in since arriving in England in the summer, such as Manchester City’s Alvaro Negredo and Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil, others have found it difficult to adapt to life in the most competitive top flight in world football.

Tottenham’s new £27million signing Roberto Soldado for example, has found just one Premier League goal from open play this season, and his performances have hardly been at the standard you’d expect from a Spanish international.

Spurs fans will be hoping it’s just a matter of patiently waiting for the 28-year old to settle in at White Hart Lane, but we at Football Fancast are yet to be convinced.

And just to prove it, we’ve come up with FIVE reasons the Spurs striker’s lukewarm form could be for the long-term.

CLICK ON THE LILYWHITES’ NEW NO.9 TO REVEAL FIVE REASONS TOTTENHAM FANS SHOULD BE CONCERNED ABOUT ROBERTO SOLDADO

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