This Transfer Window there was 1.1B GBP spent on players and even though the media is just talking about the deals of Pogba, Mustafi, and David Luiz size we don't do that here. We will be breaking down the best signing that Sky Sports and ESPNFC should be talking about.
Nacer Chadli (RM/RW) - West Bromwich Albion F.C.
Nacer Chadli was moved from Tottenham to WBA this weekend for a record fee of 13m. Chadli had a rough season at Tottenham with battling injures so he never truly hit his stride. Due to this, he was left out of the Belgium squad for the 2016 European Championship in France. Coming from a Spurs fan, this guy is class. In the 2014/15 season, he had 11 goals and five assists in 28 league appearances. These stats completely surpass Player of The Year Nominee, Philippe Coutinho. This deal works for all parties due to the great price Spurs got, and now Chadli can go a team and play every week and try to get back into the Belgium National Team.
Wilfried Bony (Striker) - Stoke City (Loan)
I honestly feel sorry for Bony, he was great on Swansea then made the move to Manchester City, but everyone knew he wasn't going to play over Sergio Agüero, but he went to try to get some silverware and a lot of money. His career completely stalled and is too good to be riding the bench. I think Stoke is a perfect fit; he can play in a front three with two great wingers in Marko Arnautović and Xherdan Shaqiri. His physicality and great goal scoring prowess will be ideal for Stoke to swing in crosses and I see this working out perfectly and I predict this one becoming permanent in the summer.
Alvaro Arbeloa (Right Back) - West Ham United
I deep down hate West Ham, but this is a GREAT move by the East London club. They have been playing their second best player Michail Antonio at right back instead of his real position which is right midfield. Arbeloa came from Real Madrid and had won World Cups, Champions League, European Championships and everything in between. He is a winner, and a winner is what West Ham needs. This is another significant step for West Ham to improve on their 7th place finish last year. I still think West Ham are a weak side without Dimitri Payet playing, but this is a great addition and will also help the future development of their young right back Sam Byram.
Obviously, there will be some of you who disagree, if you do tweet us at @DST_Tweets and tell us who you would have put on your list. #EmbraceDebate.