Here are the top five signings which have taken so far.
Arsene Wenger has exercised his muscles really well during this transfer window. Starting slow in a transfer window doesn’t suit well to Arsenal in last few seasons. But the case is entirely different for Gunners this season. The Chilean forward had an outstanding summer in Brazil. Stealing him under the noses of other clubs is a really good sign for Arsenal fans. Arsenal needed a forward last season and Sanchez is just the right option. Having scored 19 goals last season, £35million fee Arsenal paid for him looks like a bargain. Alexis is currently the top gem which a club has got so far in this transfer window.
Jose Mourinho was mostly helpless last season as far as his forwards were concerned. Lack of proper goal scoring striker cost him several pieces of Silverwares. So Chelsea was in a dire need of striker at the start of transfer window. And without much trouble, Diego Costa was signed by the London Club. The Spaniard was scouted heavily by Chelsea and after a sensational season in La Liga which helped Atletico Madrid to win title, Costa is brought to Stamford Bridge for a fee of around £32million. The striker might just be the last piece in the puzzle. Costa can help Chelsea to land there Premier League title this season.
Lukaku was always in hot water with his Chelsea Manager. After missing a decisive penalty against Bayern Munich last season, Mourinho had lost faith in the Belgian. So even after a superb season with Everton, Lukaku was unable to cement his place in Chelsea Starting XI and is sold to Everton. The Merseyside club broke there bank and got him for £28 Million. Last season Everton won 61% of matches in which Lukaku took part as compared to 29% when Lukaku didn’t play for the Merseyside Club. He’ll be an integral part in coming season for Everton and if he can match his performances from last season, Everton will be a serious contender for UEFA Champions League spot.
When Stoke City got Bojan from FC Barcelona, everybody was stunned. It is without a doubt one of the best signings in Stoke entire history. Bojan was tipped as new Messi in Barcelona but this continue not for long. Under Guardiola, his playing time was limited. So Bojan decided to move on. Last season, after Mark Hughes was appointed as Stoke Manager, he promised to change Stoke style of play. And with the signing of Krkic, he has just proved it. So Stoke has definitely got the right man. Bojan is only 24 and if he can perform even half of his expectations at Britannia Stadium, he’ll surely be a treat to watch for entire Premier League.
After the end of Legendary Frank Lampard’s career at Chelsea, one of the biggest questions for Jose Mourinho was how to replace him. There were big gaps to fill and something big was needed. But the ‘Special One’ managed to replace him with what could be an even better player. Cesc Fabregas chose to sign for Chelsea after Arsenal rejected to bring back there former Captain. But Arsenal’s loss is Chelsea’s gain. Cesc Fabregas will surely be one of top midfielders coming season and can help Jose to bring some piece of silverware.