The summer of 2020 has been one of the busiest in the history of transfers for the Premier League, with high profile signings coming and going for a range of clubs in the league. With the fierce competitiveness of the league this year, as it is every year, all the clubs have been searching far and wide to attempt to do the best business this summer and today we assess the best signings during the summer transfer market.

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We will start with Chelsea, who have been the most active in the transfer market this summer, with them spending £200 million respectively which is quite a lot compare to their other recent transfer windows. Their marquee signing this summer was the star boy from Germany and tipped to be the next big thing coming out of Germany; Kai Havertz. Although he has been played on the right wing by Frank Lampard in his first couple of games and struggling, we believe he will thrive in the number 10 position and become a force to be reckoned with in the Premier League.

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The next signing that we like the look of this summer is that of a returning hero Gareth Bale to his beloved seven years at Real Madrid. Bale is arguably the most successful UK footballer to go abroad due to winning everything at the Madrid club, including back to back to back Champions Leagues including two of the winners in the 2012 and 2014. Bale returning to Spurs might capitalise them into being a title-challenging club as Son, Kane and Bale is a deadly front three.

The final signing that we are certainly excited to see make his debut in the Premier League is one from transfer deadline day where Thomas Partey joined Arsenal for a reported £45 million. Partey is the engine in which Arsenal has been trying to replace since Patrick Vieira left and Partey could just be that; he brings long-range passing, a defensive ball winner and a ball-carrying centre midfielder that might just be the signing of the summer – we are certainly excited to see how he gets on at the Gunners.