Having already shone at Watford last season, it perhaps shouldn’t come as a surprise that Brazilian starlet Richarlison also proved a real hit for Everton.
If the Toffees can keep hold of the 22-year-old, they could really have one hell of a team next season, but the Telegraph have already linked him as a target for Man Utd.
Felipe Anderson (West Ham)
Once considered a real wonderkid at previous club Lazio, it’s fair to say Felipe Anderson had faded somewhat in the last few years.
So perhaps it wasn’t a big surprise that it was only a club like West Ham signing the Brazilian winger last summer.
The shock since then, however, is that he’s been really good for the Hammers, and has to go down as one of the signings of the season.
Lucas Torreira (Arsenal)
One of the finest young midfielders in the world, Lucas Torreira has had some very impressive moments in his first season at the Emirates Stadium.
More consistency is needed from the Uruguay international, but the signs are there that he’ll grow into a real leader for this side, and is therefore a superb signing at just £26m, according to BBC Sport.
Joao Moutinho (Wolves)
Wolves have been a joy to watch this season and look like building something very promising at the club in the next few years.
Joao Moutinho is one of many excellent signings made by the club, who have the money and the connections to put together a squad capable of breaking into the top fix very soon.
Fabian Schar (Newcastle)
Newcastle don’t tend to spend a lot of money, but they struck gold here with Fabian Schar proving to be one of their finest performers this season.
The Swiss defender is an all-action performer at the back and seems like he could easily fit in at any big six club.