The players that could really make the difference for their team this season.
There have already been some big movers in the Premier League so far in this summer transfer window, but fanatix wants to see who will be the most influential for their sides.
Wilfried Bony – (Vitesse Arnhem to Swansea City, £13m)
The Ivorian striker was the top scorer in the Eredivisie last season with an impressive 31 goals in just 30 matches and Bony was also the fifth highest scorer in the whole of Europe.
At £13m the 24-year-old is Swansea’s club record signing, but the forward will lead the line every week for the Swans if they can keep him fit and Bony takes the goal-scoring pressure off Michu.
Simon Mignolet – (Sunderland to Liverpool, £9m)
Was considered by some to be a strange signing due to Jose Reina already being at the club, but the Spaniard had become prone to mistakes whilst Mignolet was in fine form in 2012/13.
In a struggling Sunderland side the ‘keeper was fantastic and kept 11 league clean-sheets and at 25-years-old is certainly a player with a long future.
Jesus Navas – (Sevilla to Manchester City, £14.9m)
The Spanish winger is the cheapest of City’s new signings this summer but will arguably be the most influential, with superb pace and a great crossing range.
Some never though Navas would leave Spain due to the 27-year-old’s fear of travel, but the midfielder has clearly got over that enough to try and take the Premier League by storm.
Paulinho – (Corinthians to Tottenham Hotspur, £17m)
With all the hype surrounding Gareth Bale’s future, new signing Paulinho has almost snuck in the back door at White Hart Lane – despite being a club record signing.
The Brazilian is a hugely capable box-to-box midfielder, with the creativity that should add a spark to Spurs in the middle of the park and maybe take some pressure off Bale (if he stays).
Ricky Van Wolfswinkel – (Sporting Lisbon to Norwich City, £8.5m)
The third club record signing on the list and quite the coup for Norwich considering their lowly Premier League reputation and the fact Van Wolfswinkel is a Netherlands international.
The 24-year-old should provide the goal-scoring spark up-front that the Canaries have too long relied on being supplied by Grant Holt and alongside fellow new player Gary Hooper, should be one half of a deadly attack.