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Top 10 new Premier League players who could be bargains

International Champions Cup 2016 - Leicester City v Barcelona

SOLNA, SWEDEN - AUGUST 03: Ahmed Musa of Leicester City FC celebrates after scoring to 1-3 during the International Champions Cup match between Leicester City FC and FC Barcelona at Friends arena on August 3, 2016 in Solna, Sweden. (Photo by Nils Petter Nilsson/Ombrello/Getty Images)

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With nearly $1 billion spent so far in the summer transfer window by Premier League clubs, new players are arriving in the league daily.

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However, despite the PL awash with big-money transfers like Paul Pogba, John Stones et al. there are still bargains to be had out there.

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Here’s a look at the top 10 bargain buys ahead of the new PL season.

  1. Ahmed Musa ($20.7 million, CSKA Moscow to Leicester City) - Frightening pace and should slot in perfectly to Leicester’s system. Champions League experience too.
  2. Sofiane Feghouli (Free, Valencia to West Ham United) - A proper bargain. Feghouli will flourish under Bilic. He works hard and has an end product.
  3. Ramadan Sobhi ($6.4 million, Al Ahly to Stoke City) - Described as the brightest prospect in African soccer, the Egyptian winger should get plenty of chances at Stoke.
  4. Nampalys Mendy ($16.8 million, Nice to Leicester City) - Another steal by the Foxes. The Frenchman isn’t a direct replacement for N’Golo Kante but he’s a top player.
  5. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg ($15.5 million, Bayern Munich to Southampton) - Rated highly by Guardiola, he couldn’t get in Bayern’s team. Young Dane is a true box-to-box midfielder.
  6. Lys Mousset ($7 million, Le Havre to Bournemouth) - Young striker from Bob Bradley’s Ligue 2 side Le Havre, their famed academy has produced Pogba, Mahrez and others.
  7. Bartosz Kapustka ($10 million, KS Cracovia to Leicester City) - Shone at EURO 2016 for Poland, Kapustka’s hard-working demeanor will suit the Foxes perfectly.
  8. Mike van der Hoorn ($2.8 million, Ajax to Swansea City) - The Swans lost Ashley Williams but the young Dutch defender has looked solid in preseason.
  9. Rob Holding ($2.8 million, Bolton Wanderers to Arsenal) - Due to injuries Holding will likely start the season for Arsenal. Tall, commanding player, he’s had a great preseason.
  10. Vincent Janseen ($22 million, AZ Alkmaar to Tottenham Hotspur) - The most expensive player on this list but if Janseen can help out Kane at Spurs, he will be very, very valuable.

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