Top 10 signings of the PL season


After a thrilling Premier League season in which records tumbled and several club's smashed their transfer records - KickOff takes a look at the top 10 signings of the 2018/19 campaign.
With the incredible financial strength of Premier League side's, transfer strategies have become crucial for the line between success and failure.
We take a look at the top 10 transfers that have been imperative for their respective club's and significantly increased their transfer value with standout displays.
In number 10 we have Ricardo Pereira who joined Leicester City from FC Porto for £19.80m, the Portuguese full-back was a constant menace down the right flank, combining his defensive duties with providing an attacking outlet - contributing seven assists.
The 25-year-old will form a crucial cog in Brendan Rodgers' plans to get Leicester further up the table next season.
In order to view the full list of the top 10 signings of the 2018/19 Premier League season scroll the gallery above.
Liverpool defender-cum-midfielder Fabinho also makes it into the list despite initially taking a while to solidify his place in Jurgen Klopp's starting XI.
The Reds forked out £39 million for his services from AS Monaco and his displays over the second-half of the season has seen captain Jordan Henderson often have to settle for a spot on the bench.
Portugal veteran João Moutinho pips ahead of the Brazilian though as his cut-price £5 million has proven to be a masterstroke that several of the top-six side could have profited from over the past season.
While he's only scored once, Moutinho notched eight assists and created 84 chances this season - the fourth most in the Premier League.
Another Brazil international that features is Liverpool stopper Alisson - who arrived for a then world-record fee of £66.8 million.
The sweeper-keeper who has been dubbed as 'the Messi of goalkeepers' conceded just 22 goals this season, giving Liverpool the best defence in the league, while his 21 clean sheets saw him win the Golden Glove.