Hit or miss – rating every single Premier League club’s record signing.
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A look at the record signing by each of the current twenty Premier League teams and looking at their success, working from the lowest fees to the highest…
Watford – Etienne Capoue (£6.3m)
A new signing this summer, Etienne Capoue was poor at Tottenham but could prove good business for a club like Watford for just £6.3m. At that price, the newly-promoted side’s record signing is the same as the most expensive player in the world from 1987, the fee AC Milan paid PSV for Ruud Gullit.
AFC Bournemouth – Tyrone Mings (£8m)
A smart buy for a highly-rated young player, Tyrone Mings looks a good addition for another of the newly-promoted sides, who have also broken their transfer record this summer in an £8m move, which was the world-transfer record in 1990.
Norwich City – Ricky van Wolfswinkel (£8.5m)
MISS – a terrible signing by Norwich City a couple of seasons ago, the £8.5m striker flopped badly in the Premier League despite looking a promising talent.
Leicester City – Andrej Kramaric (£9m)
A player who hasn’t done the business so far, Andrej Kramaric has been a disappointment at Leicester City and has to go down as a MISS.