The Premier League is back after the compulsory break ahead of the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifiers games. The #Premier League resumes this Saturday, September 9th, with actions from six centers across England.

Meanwhile, a few days after the International break commenced, the transfer market was slammed shut but that didn't stop the usual quest and rush from clubs to make last minutes signings to boost their respective teams. Here are the top done-deals (Transfer-In only) of every Premier League club – the players to watch out for that might storm the league in the coming weeks.

Arsenal FC

The future of Alexis Sanchez is still making news, but they may have found a player to fill the Chilean's shoes.

It was an overhaul of the Arsenal team as they let go of a bunch of players this summer. Fans hope they don't regret it, because they did not make much inclusion into the team.

Alexandre Lacazette - $60million

Sead Kolasinac - Free

Bournemouth

Bournemouth has finally secured the signature of Nathan Ake from Chelsea FC.

Nathan Ake - $22.8million

Asmir Begovic - $11.5million

Jermain Defoe - Free

Brighton & Hove Albion

Jose Izquierdo and Davy Propper became Brighton's most expensive players.

Jose Izquierdo - $16million

Davy Propper - $13million

Mathew Ryan - $6million

Markus Suttner - $4.5million

Ezequiel Schelotto - $3.6million

Josh Kerr - Undisclosed

Mathias Normann - Undisclosed

Tim Krul - Loan

Izzy Brown - Loan

Burnley

Burnley's new man, Chris Wood, started his career on a high with an equalizer against Spurs.

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Chris Wood - $16.4million

Jack Cork - $9.1million

Nahki Wells - $5.4million

Jon Walters - Undisclosed

Phil Bardsley - Undisclosed

Adam Legzdins - Undisclosed

Chelsea

Chelsea FC broke their transfer record to secure the signature of Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata this summer. As we know, the blues have a lot of players out on loan.

Alvaro Morata - $65.5million

Tiemoue Bakayoko - $40million

Danny Drinkwater - $38million

Antonio Rudiger - $35million

Davide Zappacosta - $28million

Willy Caballero - Free

Crystal Palace

Palace did not make spectacular changes to their team this summer but at least they tried to strengthen the defense.

Mamadou Sakho - $29million

Jairo Riedewald - $9million

Ruben Loftus-Cheek - Loan

Timothy Fosu-Mensah - Loan

Everton

With the addition of high profile players in the Everton setup, you might want to pick them among the clubs to finish in the top 6 this season.

Gylfi Sigurdsson - $44million

Michael Keane - $30million

Jordan Pickford - $25million

Davy Klaassen - $24million

Nikola Vlasic - $8million

Henry Onyekuru - $7million

Sandro Ramirez - $5.2million

Josh Bowler - $4million

Nathangelo Markelo - Undisclosed

Wayne Rooney - Free

Cuco Martina - Free

Jose Baxter - Free

Boris Mathis - Free

Anton Donkor - Loan

Huddersfield

Mooy seems to be the play maker so far in this team - he is somewhat living up to expectations since he joined Huddersfield.

Steve Mounie - $11.7million

Aaron Mooy -$8million

Tom Ince - $8million

Laurent Depoitre - $3.5million

Mathias Jorgensen - $3.5million

Scott Malone - $3.5million

Zanka - $2.5million

Abdelhamid Sabiri - $1.35million

Elias Kachunga - $1.1million

Danny Williams - Free

Rob Green - Free

Florent Hadergjonaj - Loan

Jonas Lossl - Loan

Kasey Palmer - Loan

Leicester City

Leicester City's starting line-up is unchanged but they have more options now on the bench with the Nigerian Kelechi Iheanacho being their biggest signing this summer.

Kelechi Iheanacho - $25million

Harry Maguire - $17million

Vincent Iborra - $12.75million

Eldin Jakupovic - $2.5million

Sam Hughes - Undisclosed

George Thomas - Undisclosed

Aleksandar Dragovic - Loan

Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp is out for business this season: he has built a strong attacking force with the addition of M. Salah and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain. Liverpool look like title contenders.

Naby Keita (July, 2018) - $48million+

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - $40million

Mohammed Salah - $39million

Andrew Robertson - $8million

Dominic Solanke - Tribunal

Manchester City

The Citizens are in full force to get the Premier League trophy this season and Pep Guardiola has stuffed his team with lots of talents to suit his tiki-taka style of play. You bet, the league holds lots of action this season.

Benjamin Mendy - $52million

Kyle Walker - $45million

Bernardo Silva - $43million

Ederson - $35million

Danilo - $26million

Douglas Luiz - $10million

Olarenwaju Kayode - Undisclosed

Manchester United

Manchester United are red-hot favorites to win the league this season. United broke the bank once again this season to secure the signature of Premier League most expensive player, Lukaku from Everton.

Romelu Lukaku - $75million

Nemanja Matic - $40million

Victor Lindelof - $31million

Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Free

Newcastle United

The Magpies are back with a bang!

Jacob Murphy - $12million

Florian Lejeune - $8.7million

Christian Atsu - $6.8million

Joselu - $5million

Javier Manquillo - $4.5million

Stefan O'Connor - Free

Josef Yarney - Free

Mikel Merino - Loan

Southampton

The Saints biggest signing of the Summer is Mario Lemina from Juventus.

Mario Lemina - $15.4million

Wesley Hoedt - $14.75million

Jan Bednarek - $5million

Jack Rose - Free

Stoke

Stoke City's most expensive signing of the summer is Wimmer from Tottenham.

Kevin Wimmer- $18million

Bruno Martins Indi - $7million

Josh Tymon - Tribunal

Tre Pemberton - Undisclosed

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting - Free

Darren Fletcher - Free

Kurt Zouma - Loan

Jese Rodriguez - Loan

Swansea

The return of Wilfred Bony to Swansea is a major highlight of the Swans summer transfer. Will Bony score double figures this season for the Swans? We wait to see.

Sam Clucas - $15million

Wilfried Bony -$12million

Roque Mesa - $11million

Erwin Mulder - Free

Tammy Abraham - Loan

Marc Walsh - Undisclosed

Cian Harries - Undisclosed

Renato Sanches - Loan

Tottenham

Fernando Llorente and Juan Foyth join the striking force of this resilient Spurs side. Can they finish among the top four this season?

Davinson Sanchez - $36million

Juan Foyth - Undisclosed

Paulo Gazzaniga - Undisclosed

Serge Aurier - Undisclosed

Fernando Llorente - Undisclosed

Watford

Lots of addition to the Watford side – hopefully they will blend in quickly.

Andre Gray - $18million

Richarlison - $11.2million

Tom Cleverley - $8million

Will Hughes - $8million

Nathaniel Chalobah - $5.5million

Dimitri Foulquier - Undisclosed

Marvin Zeegelaar - Undisclosed

Daniel Bachmann - Free

Kiko Femenia - Free

Harvey Bradbury - Free

Sam Howes - Free

Andre Carrillo - Loan

Orestis Karnezis - Loan

Molla Wague - Loan

West Brom

Oliver Burke - $13.6million

Jay Rodriguez - $12million

Kieran Gibbs - $7million

Gareth Barry - $1million

Yuning Zhang - Undisclosed

Kyle Jameson - Undisclosed

Grzegorz Krychowiak - Loan

Ahmed Hegazi - Loan

West Ham

Zabaleta, Arnautovic, and Javier Hernandez (Chicharito) are top names signing for the Hammers this summer.

Marko Arnautovic - $20million

Javier Hernandez - $16million

Sead Haksabanovic - Undisclosed

Anouar El Mhassani - Free

Pablo Zabaleta - Free

Joe Hart - Loan

With all these talents in the Premier League this summer, who do you think can win the league's Best Player of the Year Award? #Transfers #Soccer