The EPL's Worst New Signings XI
The Premier League's Worst New Signings XI
A few Premier League clubs will be disappointed with their recruitment this season as some of their new signings did not live up to expectations. Here is a starting XI of the league's worst new signings, which includes an African star.
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According to FourFourTwo, all the players mentioned have had a miserable first season at their new teams, and their performances, or lack thereof, is the reason for them cracking the nod for this XI.
In goals, FFT picked Manchester City loanee and England international Joe Hart. After a difficult time in Italy with Torino in the 2016/17 campaign, the 31-year-old decided to return to the Premier League to resurrect his career with West Ham United, which has not gone according to plan.
The backline consists of two more Hammers stars in right back Pablo Zabaleta and left back Patrice Evra, who line up alongside Everton's Michael Keane and Crystal Palace's Jairo Riedewald.
The three-man midfield consists of Swansea flop and Portugal international Renato Sanches, Chelsea's £40 million (R676 million) signing Tiemoue Bakayoko and former Ajax Amsterdam star Davy Klaassen, who joined Everton this seaon.
Nigeria international and Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho was picked to lead the line alongside Chelsea's Alvaro Morata and Southampton's Guido Carrillo.
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