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Best Signings Of The Season 2020-21

Football has been one of the most loved sport on the planet over time now.We have seen some of the best players of the century and many others are been nurtured to be at their best.

Now let me focus of some of the best transfers and signings of the season so far as we get closer and closer to the end.

1.James Rodriguez(Everton)

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James signed for Everton under Carlo Ancelloti from Real Madrid.Since his arrived arrival at the club he has been in his best form netting three goals in his first five appearances for Everton.He further created 15 chances with three assists.That proves Rodriguez to be still the best.

2.Diogo Jota(Liverpool)

The Portuguese international signed for Liverpool from Wolverhampton.He left a big gap at his former club following his departure but has since proved to be a very lethal attacker in front of the goal at Anfield.

Diogo Jota has been very vital addition to Liverpool's attacking trio.He blends well with his fellow attackers Mo Salah,Mane and Firmino.

3.Tomas Soucek(Westham United)

Westham has been really a dangerous team this season with the addition of Soucek and Jesse Lingard.Soucek has been in his best always when he plays for the hammers.He is a duels winner,good at aerial balls,and very good at the defensive midfielder.

4.Ollie Watkins(Aston Villa)

Watkins has had amazing stats at Villa Park since his arrival at the club which is doing quite well.He has combined well with the attackers at the front line to give his club deserved wins.He is a good finisher as well.

5.Kyle Walker -Peters(Southampton)

He is arguably the best choice for Southampton at the back to solve the defensive woes.Walker has proved to be among the best young fullbacks right now in the premier league.

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