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Sadio Mane - Jurgen Klopp has done well in his first summer as Liverpool manager, inking several players who are more ideally suited to his system than some of the individuals still on the club's books... cough, cough... Balotelli. Mane, who signed from Southampton for €41m, could quickly become a fan favorite due to his non-step movement and flair for the dramatic.
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Nani - Fresh off a strong showing at Euro 2016, the Portugal winger traded Turkey for Spain, as Valencia paid Fenerbahce €8.5m for the man who executed a choreographed capoeira fight at his official unveiling.
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Emre Mor - The 18-year-old winger was relatively unknown before being named in Turkey's squad for Euro 2016. Although Fatih Terim's men didn't have a great tournament, Mor was electric in his few appearances. Dortmund seem to believe that strong showing wasn't a fluke, as they dropped €9.5m to bring the youngster from Nordsjælland to Germany.
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Miralem Pjanic - The rich are definitely getting richer in Italy, even if they're spending lots of money to do so. Juventus paid €32m to Roma for Pjanic, and inked Dani Alves on a free. Bayern Munich's Mehdi Benatia will likely follow in the next few days, and one or both of Marek Hamsik and Gonzalo Higuain might also find their way(s) to Turin. Best of luck to the rest of Serie A!
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Vincent Janssen - The Premier League hasn't always been kind to former AZ strikers that performed well in the Eredivisie (looking in your direction, Jozy Altidore). Spurs fans will be hoping that their new €22.1m forward bucks that trend, and helps the club challenge on multiple fronts this season.
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Renato Sanches - Bayern Munich were (shockingly) very smart to lock down the Portuguese teenager prior to the start of Euro 16, even if it meant splashing €35m to make his move from Benfica official. Sanches performed well in a pivotal role for the eventual champions, and could have sparked a bidding war if his signature hadn't already been put to fresh paper.
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Nico Gaitan - Atletico Madrid signed yet another player who seems almost tailor-made to Diego Simeone's style when they locked up the Argentina international for a cool €25m.
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Breel Embolo - The Swiss teenager was strongly linked with a move to Manchester United, but Schalke 04 beat Jose Mourinho's new club to the punch, and signed Embolo from FC Basel for €25m.
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Grzegorz Krychowiak - The man who anchored Poland's midfield at Euro 2016 followed club coach Unai Emery from Sevilla to PSG for €33.6.
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Michy Batshuayi - Olympic Marseille are now €39m richer thanks to Chelsea, who paid that sizable sum to ink the 22-year-old Belgium international to a long-term contract. The youngster has drawn comparisons to Didier Drogba due to his speed, strength, positioning, and link-up play... and it probably doesn't hurt that both players made the move from Marseille to London.