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The Premier League's top transfers

The World Cup has only just ended, but there has been plenty of activity in the Premier League this summer as the top clubs have splashed out millions on some of the best players in the world. Here are the top six so far:


Jose Mourinho finally got the striker that he had been craving when Chelsea paid Atletico Madrid 32 million pounds to secure the services of Brazilian-turned-Spaniard Diego Costa. Named "Diego" after Maradona by his football-loving parents, Costa grew up playing a brutal version of street football in Brazil, where he honed his physical attributes and has never looked back. Read


One of the most talked-about young players in the game, Sanchez attracted the attention of Barcelona and Man City in 2011, eventually signing for the Spanish side. Now, in the summer of 2014, with three years of brilliance in La Liga under the belt, he has become another signature signing for Arsene Wenger. Read


Fabregas emerged from the Barcelona cantera, but it was under the guidance of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal that he became one of world football's most sought-after players. Barcelona and his former colleagues mounted a relentless campaign to convince him to return to Camp Nou -- and in August 2011, that pursuit came to fruition. After three years in his native Catalonia, however, he decided to return to England -- this time with Chelsea, ahead of the 2014 World Cup. Read


Almost a year after a proposed move fell through, Ander Herrera finally completed a switch from Athletic Bilbao to Manchester United, marking an exciting new stage in the midfielder's career. Herrera was born in Bilbao, Spain, where he would later go on to shine as the fulcrum of Athletic's midfield, but was raised for the most part in Zaragoza, and it was there that he received his football education. Read


The rise to fame of Adam Lallana came about quickly as he joined Liverpool in June 2014, with the midfielder one of English football's great success stories. Having begun his footballing journey at Bournemouth, Lallana moved 30 miles down the south coast to Southampton in 2000 to continue his development and made his first-team debut at the age of 18 just six years later. Read


The most surprising thing about Fernando's move to Manchester City from Porto in the summer of 2014 was that it had taken so long for a club outside of Portugal to pry him away from the Estadio Dragao. Born in Brazil, Fernando began his career in his homeland with Vila Nova, but it would be a 2007 move to Porto, renowned for their extensive South American scouting network, that would be the making of the young midfielder. Read