The 10 Biggest Premier League Moves So Far

The 10 Biggest Premier League Moves So Far”

The skilful youngster made only eight Premier League starts in his first season in the Potteries, failing to find the net once.

When Walker joined Spurs from hometown club Sheffield United for £5m in 2009, few would have guessed he would one day become the most expensive English player ever.

A row with Juve head coach Massimiliano Allegri saw Bonucci allowed to join Serie A rivals AC Milan, who have been splashing the cash in a bid to return to the Champions League.

Those in the know praise his handling and his footwork, but the 23-year-old is still a baby in goalkeeping terms and there is much left to prove.

Manchester City have spent heavily in the close season to strengthen an already powerful squad and midfielder Raheem Sterling says winning the Premier League is the top priority.

According to the BBC, a third of football fans now watch games via illegal streaming, meaning that broadcasters are missing out on vital subscription fees.

"So, whoever has the best relationship, the best contacts and is willing to put the money in will probably do it". Leicester are wanting around £40 million for Mahrez, which whilst not out of reach for Roma, may be too much for them to commit to for a player considered out of form last season.

Speaking about the new order a spokesman for Premier League said: "For the first time this will enable the Premier League to disrupt and prevent the illegal streaming of our matches via IPTV, so-called Kodi, boxes".

However, with both Manchester clubs spending big during the transfer window, former Red Devil Neville reckons the trophy is bound to go to one of the two.

PSG's second entry is their current club captain, Thiago Silva, with the Brazilian having been a major success since joining in 2012.

That last bit is the key here, whoever recruits best wins. last year Chelsea were bolstered by the recruitment of N'Golo Kante and Antonio Conte (signing the manager up was a true masterstroke from the Blues was it not?) while this year their signings of Antonio Rudiger and Tiemoué Bakayoko have bolstered their ranks - in the absence of Diego Costa, they do, though, need a world-class striker if they are to have any chance of retaining the title.

"We need to be winning trophies; we need to be getting that Premier League title back", Sterling, 22, told the club's website.

Faring slightly better than Mangala, Otamendi has also struggled to justify a large price tag after two seasons in the Premier League. The 24-year arrives in London fresh from Germany's success at the Confederations Cup. Bailly claimed three trophies in his maiden campaign in England as Jose Mourinho led United back into the Champions League by beating Ajax in the Europa League final.

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