Premier League 2014: Top 5 Summer Transfers

This season – eleven games has been played so far by each team – so it’s time to take a look at the top five summer transfers who have made a fantastic impact on their fans.

5. Graziano Pelle (Feyenoord to Southampton):

Southampton’s unexpected start to this season has shocked everyone so far. The Italian striker Graziano Pelle is the top goal scorer with nine goals to his name for Saints in all competitions.

The 29-year-old, who replaced Mario Balotelli in the Italian squad and his future in the Premiership looks bright if he perform the way he is doing at the moment.

4. Cesc Fabregas (Barcelona to Chelsea):

Cesc Fabregas, who made a come back to the Premier League following a three-year spell back at Barcelona. He seems to be one of the most surprising signings of the summer.

The Spaniard is the ideal option to fill the void space of legendary Frank Lampard, who leave the club for New York City FC.

The 27-year-old central midfielder has been in excellent form this season, with two goals and 11 assists so far, and we can expect plenty of more from him in the coming weeks.

3. Angel Di Maria (Real Madrid to Manchester United):

Manchester United have acquired the services of Argentine midfielder Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid this summer in a record British transfer fee £59.7m.

He is definitely been the standout player for the Red Devils, scoring three goals with five assists in nine games this season.

Di Maria, 26, has the ability to score more goals in the coming months, helping the club to seventh position in league table.

2. Alexis Sanchez (Barcelona to Arsenal):

Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has been in excellent form since arriving at the Emirates from Barcelona this summer.

The 25-year-old Chilean has played a vital role in Gunners’ attack, scoring 8 goals in 10 league appearances this season.

Arsenal have bought Sanchez for £35million from the La Liga giants Barcelona.

1. Diego Costa (Atletico Madrid to Chelsea):

Chelsea superstar Diego Costa has been in outstanding form since joining the west London club from the Spanish side Atletico Madrid.

The 26-year-old Spaniard has scored 10 goals in nine league appearances this season, helping the Blues to become the Premier League leaders with 29 points.

Chelsea bought Costa for £32 million from the Spanish champions Atletico Madrid.

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