The EPL is as of now in its midway stage and as usual, we have enjoyed the thrills and dramas. Some new signings have met expectations and have settled in well while some are yet still trying to discover their feet and that why we want to take a look at the top three signings so far this season.

Alvaro Morata:

Alvaro Morata
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Morata touched base from Spain in a major cash move from Madrid and there were enormous expectations because of the sum Chelsea paid for him and furthermore he was acquired to supplant Diego Costa whose goals guaranteed Chelsea were champions last season. Morata’s debut didn’t go to plan as he missed a penalty in the community shield yet he never allowed that to weigh him down, so he buckled up and has improved from that point forward. He scored and made an assist on his league debut against Burnley. He right now has a sum of 10 goals and four assists to his name. He has been leading the line splendidly for Chelsea this season and has made Chelsea fans disregard Costa.

Nemanja Matic:

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When Chelsea chose to pitch Matic to United in the mid-year, many individuals said selling a player who was fundamental in their title triumph to a direct rival is an awful business. It has proven to be so, on the grounds that Matic has to end up being a good value for the money United paid for him, while his substitution at Chelsea (Bakayoko) is still trying to discover his feet. Matic has brought steadiness to United midfield and has given Pogba more flexibility. He has come in to dislodge Herrera from the beginning lineup. Manchester United will hope he can proceed with this form over the course of the season

Mohamed Salah:

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Definitely the signing of the season. Many individuals questioned if he will be a success when Liverpool brought him from Roma the previous summer but he has turned out to be a bargain. He has been one of the standout performers this season. He is currently second in the goalscorers chart with fifteen goals and Liverpool fans can only hope this is only the start.

            Honourable mentions to Richarlson (Watford), Davidson Sanchez (Spurs) and Lacazette (Arsenal) who have all settled in well on their debut season.

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