CM: Tanguy Ndombele
A great statement signing by Tottenham, Tanguy Ndombele could surely have joined any top club in Europe this summer after shining for Lyon last term.
The 22-year-old will now majorly strengthen Spurs’ midfield, and got off to a fine start yesterday as he scored a beauty on his debut to help Mauricio Pochettino’s side to an opening day win over Aston Villa.
CM: Giovani Lo Celso
Another exciting signing by Tottenham, Giovani Lo Celso has joined on an initial loan from Real Betis ahead of what fans will hope is a successful permanent transfer.
The young Argentine really caught the eye in La Liga last season and looks to have what it takes to make an impact at a higher level now.
FW: Nicolas Pepe
Another major statement of intent by Arsenal, Nicolas Pepe joined from Lille after looking a world class talent in Ligue 1 last season.
The Ivory Coast international comes in as Alex Iwobi leaves and that can only go down as a huge upgrade by the Gunners to give them some much-needed quality in attacking midfield for 2019/20.
FW: Eden Hazard
One of the best players in the Premier League, Eden Hazard will be a big loss for Chelsea and for English football as a whole after his move to Real Madrid.
The Belgium international should, however, be a big hit at the Bernabeu, having been given the number 7 shirt previously worn by club legend Cristiano Ronaldo – a player Los Blancos will now hope their new signing can replace.
FW: Antoine Griezmann
Finally, leading the line in our transfer XI is Barcelona new-boy Antoine Griezmann, who should prove a superb purchase from Atletico Madrid.
The France international’s arrival will not only strengthen Barca’s attack, but this signing significantly weakens one of their main title rivals – even if they have replaced him with Joao Felix, who is a player extremely unlucky to miss out on a spot in our line up.