From the players that have made the move this summer who gets into the team?
There’s been a fair amount of transfer dealings in the Premier League this window already, with Manchester City nearly spending £100m on their own.
Therefore fanatix has put together the best starting XI from players that have been signed by English clubs this summer.
GK – Simon Mignolet (Sunderland to Liverpool, £9m).
Not a lot of new goalkeepers have been brought in this summer and Mignolet is the best of the bunch with an impressive 11 clean-sheets in a poor Black Cats side in 2012/13.
CB – Jores Okore (Nordsjaelland to Aston Villa, £4m).
The Denmark international was a target for Chelsea but turned down the west London club in favour of Villa, as the defender thought he’d get more playing time in Birmingham.
CB – Modibo Diakite (Lazio to Sunderland, free).
Has spent six years in the Lazio first team, although was in and out of the starting XI in that time, but for a free transfer Diakite is a great scoop for Paolo Di Canio.
CB – Marc Muniesa (Barcelona to Stoke City, free).
Hardly the usual path for a Barca youth player to head to Staffordshire and admittedly the 21-year-old has only played four first team matches for the Catalans, but an impressive time with B team shows Muniesa is a capable defender.
CM – Fernandinho (Shakhtar Donetsk to Manchester City, £30m).
At a colossal £30m new City manager Manuel Pellegrini will be hoping the Brazilian is a success, but Fernandinho does arrive at Eastlands with quite the reputation after a solid spell in Ukraine.
CM – Marco Van Ginkel (Vitesse Arnhem to Chelsea, £8m).
The midfielder is still only 20-years-old but has already played over 100 first team games for Vitesse and earned a cap for the Netherlands national team.
CM – Paulinho (Corinthians to Tottenham Hotspur, £17m).
The South American has become Spurs’ record signing but after an impressive Confederations Cup with champions Brazil, the 24-year-old has already shown he can be a great box-to-box midfielder on the biggest stage.
RW – Jesus Navas (Sevilla to Manchester City, £14.9m).
The second City player in the team and someone who was thought to never be leaving Spain due to Navas’ fear of travel. Has the potential to be one of the Premier League’s best.
LW – Andre Schurrle (Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea, £19m).
Schurrle is a young German international who has been impressing greatly for Leverkusen and can operate on the left-wing or as an out-and-out striker.
ST – Stevan Jovetic (Fiorentina to Manchester City, £23m).
The Montenegro international was being coveted by several top European clubs this summer before City made it official and signed the 23-year-old forward.
ST – Wilfried Bony (Vitesse Arnhem to Swansea City, £13m).
Another club record signing and another new face in England from Dutch side Vitesse, but with 31 Eredivisie goals in just 30 matches Bony must have something about him.