While some of the big boys of Premier League continues to break banks for superstars, some deals have gone under the radar. Money is not an issue for top clubs in English Football, yet a few have gone for smart signings at cut-price deals.
Let’s have a look at the top five bargain singing of the new Premier League season, which will be starting in a few hours.
1. Xherdan Shaqiri:
Last season Stoke City failed to stay up in Premier League, which meant Liverpool could bring in Shaqiri for just £13 Million. The former Stoke City player is vastly experienced and can provide the cover for Mo. Salah and have to ability to score absolute blinders. He also earned the fan base with the sensational debut strike in the friendly against Man Utd.
2. Joao Moutinho:
After adding Rui Patricio, Wolves have boosted their squad ahead by adding Joao Moutinho to there ranks. The deal just cost £5 Million. Over the years he was linked to various Premier League clubs but finally Wolves who manage a steal deal to bring him. The 31 years old arrives from Monaco and will slot in midfield to provide balance and solidity.
3. Rui Patricio:
In a bid to stay and enjoy Premier League after a gap of six years, Wolves have made singing of the season. The deal that could have cost £16 Million, they have signed for free. The Portugal 1st choice keeper tore of a Sporting CP contract in May after the attack on a team by clubs fan and was since then a free agent. Wolves wasted no time and signed Patricio for free.
4. Gerard Deulofeu:
Watford saw a roller coaster season last term, from 4th in October to 14th place finish in May. Deulofeu who signed on loan in January window was responsible in helping them to avoid the drop. Watford brought the young Spaniard in the £11.5 Million deal for a five years contract is a massive win for Watford.
5. Jonny Evans :
After West Brom relegated, a lot of clubs were linked with there captain Jonny Evans. Leicester City wasted no time and gained the 30 years old from themselves. The foxes who saw there £25 Million bid rejected last year summer secure his services for £3.5 Million on a three years deal. The Republic of Ireland defender could form a solid partnership with England’s World Cup hero Harry Maguire in the centre of defence.