The youngster scored and provided two assists as QPR crushed Cardiff City 6-1 on New Year Day, but a section of the R’s fans believe the England youth international still has a point to prove.
Tottenham are weighing up a bid, but Ebere Eze may not be ready to make the move up to the Premier League as he is not as good as he probably thinks, according to some Rangers fans.
Eze has been QPR’s most outstanding performer so far this term with the Nigeria-eligible star having netted 10 goals, provided 6 assists and created many scoring chances.
The 21-year-old was yet again at his excellent best on Wednesday, combining well with Bright Osayi-Samuel and Nahki Wells as Queen’s Park Rangers ended a four-match winless streak with an emphatic home victory over Cardiff City.
Eze’s long lofted pass after only nine minutes allowed Wells to open the floodgates of goals against the Bluebirds. Eze later assisted Wells’ second of the afternoon – QPR’s fourth – before the youngster scored from a Chair squared pass.
It is such incredible displays that have made the 21-year-old the talk of West London this season, coupled with the fact that no U-21 player in the English top-four leagues has been involved in more goals than Eze. It is widely believed that it is only a matter of time before the youngster makes the step up to the English top flight.
Yet some QPR fans are not convinced by the efforts of Eberechi Eze with a few predicting he might find it difficult adjusting to the pace of the Premier League.
Here we take a look at the best reactions from Facebook on the update of Eze’s QPR future:
John Perry: Still not convinced he’s as good as he thinks he is.
Anthony Ice: He ain’t as good as people think.
Sam Green: For me he has all the traits to make it as a top prem player but only time will tell if he learns as I would agree he disappears in some games where he should be taking control and running games with his ability.
Simon Weitzman: There is a real issue I think with Eze in the Prem though and that is that although he is a wonderful player and a fine athlete I am not sure he actually has the pace for the Prem circa 2020. I think the days of a Sheringham style player in the Prem is over.
Darren Morris: Put a tag of 25 million or tell him to shut up n get on with it. Prove urself.
Morten Sakariassen: He is not ready for the PL yet.
Luke Vooght: Overrated but good luck to him.