Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez in attack, plus Arsenal left-back Oleksandr Zinchnko along with Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham signings make incredible starting XI of summer transfers

Premier League teams have already spent hundreds of millions of pounds during the transfer window.

And they are showing no sign of slowing down just yet with plenty of big money deals still on the horizon.

Haaland looks set to be a huge hit at Man City and an exciting watch for Premier League fans - until your club plays against him

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Haaland looks set to be a huge hit at Man City and an exciting watch for Premier League fans – until your club plays against him

The Premier League has been bolstered by star players leaving leagues across Europe to move to England.

The likes of Erling Haaland and Kalidou Koulibaly were top names in the Bundesliga and Serie A respectively, but decided they wanted to play in the Premier League.

There has also been a surprising amount of players going from one top six club to another – mostly Man City allowing players to go to their rivals.

You can make a pretty devastating line-up of players who have moved to Premier League clubs this summer.

And talkSPORT.com have managed to create a formidable XI.


Jesus joined Arsenal for £45m this summer and is in exciting form already - but he can't make it into our team

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Jesus joined Arsenal for £45m this summer and is in exciting form already – but he can’t make it into our team

Attack:

In any normal summer, Gabriel Jesus’ £45 million move from Man City to Arsenal would be top of the list, but there have been some blockbuster transfers in this department.

Chiefly, Haaland’s switch from Borussia Dortmund to City for £51m, which paved the way for Jesus’ exit.

Defenders up and down the country will already be dreading facing the Norway superstar.

Liverpool also broke their club record by signing Benfica striker Darwin Nunez, paying £85m.

It certainly softened the blow of Sadio Mane’s exit and at 23, Nunez is definitely one for now and the future.

Nunez cost Liverpool a club record £85m

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Nunez cost Liverpool a club record £85m

Midfield:

Manchester United have been busy in recent days and the signing of Christian Eriksen on a free transfer is a big coup.

Tottenham were said to be in the race for him, while Brentford would have loved to keep him.

Speaking of Spurs, they have been shrewd in the transfer market this summer as they bolstered both their starting XI and overall squad depth.

Signing Yves Bissouma for a mere £25m could turn out to be one of the best bits of business this summer.

After four Premier League titles, and 131 goals, at Man City, Raheem Sterling joined rivals Chelsea in a £47.5m move and seems a great fit for Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Nottingham Forest pulled off one of the surprises of the summer when they signed Jesse Lingard to a one-year contract, despite interest from West Ham.

Tottenham fans look away now – Eriksen is now a Red Devil

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Tottenham fans look away now – Eriksen is now a Red Devil

Lingard opted to join Forest and will be their highest paid player

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Lingard opted to join Forest and will be their highest paid player

Defense:

Manchester United announced the signing of Lisandro Martinez on Wednesday, costing an initial £46m from Ajax.

It will undoubtedly improve United’s defense, which has been a problem area for some time.

Chelsea have gone some way to solving their defensive crisis by getting Koulibaly from Napoli, while Arsenal raided City for a second time with Oleksandr Zinchenko heading to London.

Spurs won the race to sign right-back Djed Spence, in a deal that could rise to £20m with add-ons and he, along with the others, looks set to impress.

Koulibaly has joined Chelsea from Napoli

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Koulibaly has joined Chelsea from Napoli

Goalkeeper:

Among the sticks in our marvelous team of new signings is Dean Henderson, who joined newly-promoted Nottingham Forest on loan.

The Manchester United man has been unable to displace David de Gea, but should fit in nicely for Steve Cooper’s side.

If he performs well in the opening stages of the season, he could even find himself on the way to Qatar as a backup for England at the World Cup.

Best XI of Premier League transfers

The best transfer XI of the summer

The best transfer XI of the summer

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