A Lot of fanfare surrounded this summer’s transfer window in the Premier League, but three months into the season, who has proved to be the best?
While Manchester United forked out £89m on Paul Pogba, the Frenchman has not yet done enough to justify making our top 10.
Liverpool, Chelsea, Everton and Arsenal all have one of their signings among the best so far – although it is a surprise bottom half club that have two summer additions included.
Before going off injured during the embarrassing loss at Chelsea, the young Ivorian defender had looked a great addition to the Manchester United backline. Fast and strong, he is very good on the ball.
The lively Southampton man has impressed so far as Claude Puel tries to transform him from winger to striker. Three goals so far is an unspectacular return, but his all-roundgame is what has caught the eye.
A veteran at Championship level, he has improved Stoke hugely since he came into the team. They have let in just four goals in six matches compared to 14 in five games before that.
Four goals and two assists from seven appearances is a tasty return for the Belgium international who looks to be thriving as a key figure after several years on the fringes at Tottenham.
Unnoticeable amidst Aston Villa’s shambolic relegation campaign last season, the midfielder has come into his own at Everton helping to break up the play and distribute the ball from the heart of Ronald Koeman’s side
His crucial role at Leicester last season has been highlighted by their form since he left. Now in Antonio Conte’s 3-4-3 system, he has license to attack more and scored a cracker against Manchester United.
Tottenham’s midfield of Eric Dier, Mousa Dembele and Dele Alli looked spot on last season, so for the big Kenyan to establish himself as a regular so quickly is very impressive. A true powerhouse.
Arsenal fans have been crying out for a better centre-back for several seasons, and the big German appears to be that man. He has formed a very solid partnership with Laurent Koscielny so far.
Once a laughing stock at Anfield, he developed into a cult hero for Liverpool fans and now stars in a more attacking role for Stoke. Has four goals and two assists, but only five players have made more tackles.
The Senegalese speed demon has been a revelation at Liverpool, with his dribbling skills and output of six goals and two assists getting the best out of his fellow attackers.
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