Premier League 2017/18: Top 10 new signings to watch out for

Ahead of the new Premier League season, here are our top 10 signings of the summer in the league, in no particular order.

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Romelu Lukaku has been the most talked about transfer of the summer in England this summer. The former Everton forward will have the pressure of solving Manchester United’s goalscoring woes this season. (Getty Images)

Romelu Lukaku has been the most talked about transfer of the summer in England this summer. The former Everton forward will have the pressure of solving Manchester United’s goalscoring woes this season. (Getty Images)

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Alexandre Lacazette arrived at Arsenal from Lyon this summer, and will hope to propel the club back to the Champions League next season. (Getty Images)

Alexandre Lacazette arrived at Arsenal from Lyon this summer, and will hope to propel the club back to the Champions League next season. (Getty Images)

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After being linked with Manchester United for weeks, Alvaro Morata signed for Chelsea after the Manchester club decided to rope in Romelu Lukaku instead. Morata will hope to play a key role in Chelsea’s quest for the major trophies. (Getty Images)

After being linked with Manchester United for weeks, Alvaro Morata signed for Chelsea after the Manchester club decided to rope in Romelu Lukaku instead. Morata will hope to play a key role in Chelsea’s quest for the major trophies. (Getty Images)

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Benjamin Mendy is one of the three new centre-backs signed by Pep Guardiola this summer. The youngster pace and strength will come in handy for Guardiola. (Getty Images)

Benjamin Mendy is one of the three new centre-backs signed by Pep Guardiola this summer. The youngster pace and strength will come in handy for Guardiola. (Getty Images)

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Tiemoue Bakayoko played a crucial role in Monaco’s league title win semi-final appearance in the Champions League last season, and will hope to have a similar impact for Chelsea. (Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

Tiemoue Bakayoko played a crucial role in Monaco’s league title win semi-final appearance in the Champions League last season, and will hope to have a similar impact for Chelsea. (Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

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Mohamed Salah’s pace and trickery are likely to give defenders the chills in the Premier League this season. (PA Images via Getty Images)

Mohamed Salah’s pace and trickery are likely to give defenders the chills in the Premier League this season. (PA Images via Getty Images)

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Sandro Ramirez comes to Everton after a commendable campaign with Malaga, and will have the onus of filling up the void left by Lukaku. (Getty Images)

Sandro Ramirez comes to Everton after a commendable campaign with Malaga, and will have the onus of filling up the void left by Lukaku. (Getty Images)

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Chicharito is one of the big arrivals at West Ham United this season. The former Manchester United forward’s experience could of help to the Hammers this term. (West Ham United via Getty Images)

Chicharito is one of the big arrivals at West Ham United this season. The former Manchester United forward’s experience could of help to the Hammers this term. (West Ham United via Getty Images)

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Davy Klaassen thrived at Ajax last season, and is one of the many big signings made by Everton this summer. The Dutch midfielder could provide some much-needed spark to Everton’s attack this season. (Getty Images)

Davy Klaassen thrived at Ajax last season, and is one of the many big signings made by Everton this summer. The Dutch midfielder could provide some much-needed spark to Everton’s attack this season. (Getty Images)

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Kelechi Iheanacho was roped in by Leicester City from Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. The young forward failed to break into the Man City first team, but at Leicester, could thrive with more game time. (GETTY IMAGES)

Kelechi Iheanacho was roped in by Leicester City from Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. The young forward failed to break into the Man City first team, but at Leicester, could thrive with more game time. (GETTY IMAGES)

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