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Neves was the scorer of Wolves' first Premier League goal since 2012, and the 21-year-old believes that his side deserved to take all three points. I think he would.

Tottenham, with three consecutive season of finishing third or better, actually didn't sign a single player this summer.

Manager Rafa Benitez will be relieved that captain Jamaal Lascelles has opted to stay at St. James Park and will look to maintain the standards that saw the Magpies finish tenth in the table last season.

The new rule to shut the window before the start of the league from the earlier date of August 31 meant that the English clubs had to complete all their deals 20 days before their Spanish, French and German counterparts. This is a major statement for the club who won the Championship last season and are looking to make a real impact on the Premier League this time around. I want to progress and get better again and I want to win more trophies.

"It is hard to believe that we finished second because you are capable of making people that finish second look like they were relegated, and people who win nothing, finish below us, and you make them look like serial winners". But there isn't just one team.

After 22 years with Arsene Wenger at the helm, Arsenal enter into a new chapter this season with head coach Unai Emery.

Now United fans will hope that from Friday's Premier League opener against Leicester onwards, he has a similar impact - indeed, that he helps them reach for the stars. Ayew, who has 11 goals in 49 appearances for Ghana, scored 11 times for Swansea last season as he impressed in a struggling side. That is, Chelsea were the Premier League's big spenders in the summer of 2003, but didn't win the league at the end of that season, then outspent everyone else in 2004, 2005 and 2006 as well, winning back-to-back Premier League titles.

"They have all made signings that will add to the competition and in Unai Emery and Maurizio Sarri there are two new fantastic managers who have been successful in other leagues - who will bring their ideas to the Premier League". But strong performances in Russian Federation weren't a necessity when it came to Premier League clubs deciding whether to spend the fruits of soccer's biggest television contracts.

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