The transfer window was thwarted by the coronavirus pandemic last summer which brought football in Europe to it's knee's but English Premier League clubs did not stall in their summer signings to spend big.
Most of the EPL summer signings have started very well in the first half of the season, whiles others were held back by injuries, COVID-19 and struggling to adjust to the dreadful English weather.
Arguably the EPL is the most difficult league in Europe to adapt and the likes of Juan Sebestain Veron(ManUtd 2001), Andriy Shevchenko(Chelsea 2006),Bebe(ManUtd 2010) were all great players who could not leave up to expectations.
We are going to focus on 4 summer signings.
1.Timo Werner (Chelsea)
Chelsea football club tops as the biggest spender's last summer among the English Club.
Chelsea signed Timo Werner from RB Leipzig for €53m.Timo Werner have scored eight goals so far and has not scored in his past 11 matches for the blues.
2.Thiago Alcantara (Liverpool)
Liverpool sign Thiago Alcantara for €22m from Bayern.The expectations of the Spaniard is high but coronavirus and injuries has made him appear three times for the reds.
3.Edinson Cavani (Manchester United)
Former PSG forward join Manchester United as a free agent.The Uruguayan forward has three goals and two assist in eight games.Cavani is gradually adapting to life in England.
Arsenal's signing of Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid €50m was a sensational news for most Gunner's fans but unable to showcase his skills due to injuries.
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