English Premier League 2017/18: Top 5 signings
English Premier League is one of the most watched league around the world. The league has some of the best clubs and players in the world. Today SportNTalks looks at the top 5 signings of the season.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool FC)


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Liverpool FC smashed their club transfer record to get in the Egyptian winger to the club. Salah arrived from Roma and has a point to prove after a failed spell at Chelsea. Last season Salah scored 15 goals and assisted 11 for AS Roma.Reported fee around £36.9 million.

Liverpool FC has made it to the champions league football after almost a half a decade. The club managed Jurgen Klopp is making sure that they are well prepared for the elite competition. Liverpool FC just today signed Alex Oxelad-Chamberlain from Arsenals but biggest signing should be Mohammed Salah.

The Egyptian forward already announced his arrival with 2 goals in 3 appearances for the club. 25 year old forward is hungry to prove that he belongs to Premier league.

Salah was sensational with the Roma last season and looks like he will be a big threat for the defenders in the premier league.

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Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal FC)

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Looks like Wenger has finally solved the problem of a striker for the Gunners.He is one of the best strikers in Europe.Last season Lacazette scored 28 goals last season for Lyon.Fast, powerful and hungry for goals could describe Lacazette.Reported fee around £52.7 million.

Arsenal after Thierry Henry era never really good a fearsome forward. The Invincibles will be happy to secure the services of Lacazette who has been scoring goals for fun in French League for Lyon. Arsenal FC will not hope that the Frenchmen able emulates the performance of the Arsenal great Theirry Henry.

Arsenal will be without Champions League football which also gives them and Lacazette to focus on English Premier League.

Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)

The Portuguese had shown plenty of talent at Monaco and now he is at Manchester City. Silva amassed double figures with both goals and assists for Monaco, helping them to win the Ligue 1 title and semi-finals of the Champions League.Reported fee around £43.6 million.

Portuguese box to box midfielder is one of the brightest talent going around in Europe. The player has given glimpse what he can do with the national team and Monaco. The Premier league will be a big stepping stone for the Silva. If he able to perform to his ability and keeps improving we might get a star at end of the season.

Alvaro Morata (Chelsea FC)


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Chelsea looking to unload Diego Costa in any way possible and have signed Morata as a possible replacement.Morata played backup to Karim Benzema last season and Real Madrid obviously deemed him surplus to requirements.Conte did everything to sign Morata after missing out on Lukaku to Manchester United.Reported fee around £58 million.

Morata would have never got a first team regular in a star studded line up like Real Madrid. Moving to English Premier League for Chelsea is absolutely different ball game altogether. THe football is fast pace and tough, playing in premier league will definitely show us a different side of the striker.

Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United)

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The powerful Belgian striker will be leading the line for Jose Mourinho’s side this season.

He fired home 25 goals and assisted 6 in the league last season. Wayne Rooney left United and Lukaku came the opposite way. With Zlatan Ibrahimovic missing the 17/18 season initially, Lukaku will have the responsibility of scoring goals.Reported fee around £75 million.

Romelu Lukaku will be happy to make a move for a big club. The Belgium forward will look to pair up with his best friend Paul Pogba. He will look help Manchester United regain their lost pride in English Premier League

Let us know if you agree with us in our picks for top 5 signings of the season.

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