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We’ve taken a look at every club in the Premier League’s transfer deals and analysed which player has disappointed the most for each side.

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Fabio Vieira


Hasn’t been able to displace Odegaard but with his £35m fee, you’d expect a bigger impact from the young Portuguese international. Especially considering how great in attack Arsenal, as a whole have been.

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Aston Villa

Philippe Coutinho

Brought in to take Villa to the next level, Coutinho could be seen as everything that was wrong with Steven Gerrard’s time at Villa Park. Resigned to the bench, Unai Emery doesn’t have the same love for the former Liverpool man who has only managed one goal contribution all season.

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AFC Bournemouth

Antoine Semenyo

Only started twice in a struggling Bournemouth squad, Semenyo has struggled to justify his £10 million price tag.

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Keane Lewis-Potter


With sixteen goal contributions last season for Hull City, Keane Lewis-Potter has failed to replicate this form at the highest level. Now with a potentially season ending injury, Lewis-Potter’s opening campaign for Brentford will end in disappointment.

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Brighton & Hove Albion

Billy Gilmour


Coming to Brighton with a big reputation, Gilmour hasn’t been able to break in to a flying Seagulls team and has admitted to struggling since leaving Chelsea. With Graham Potter going the other way, it begs the question if Gilmour was better off staying at Stamford Bridge.

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

With so many new signings there were a lot of players in contention for this. With the departure of Thomas Tuchel, Aubameyang has failed to be registered in the Blues’ Champions League squad and regularly finds himself omitted from the Premier League matchday squad.

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Crystal Palace

Naouirou Ahamada

With the second worst WhoScored rating in the Palace squad, the Frenchman is yet to make a Premier League start or show his quality in South London.

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Neal Maupay

Brought in to help a Toffee’s side that couldn’t find the back of the net, Maupay’s one goal in 20 appearances will have done little to ingratiate himself to the Goodison Park faithful.

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Kevin Mbabu


No longer at the club after a loan move to Servette, Mbabu didn’t meet the expectations that a Swiss international should be hitting.

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Leeds United

Georginio Rutter

Club record signing. Only one start. Zero goal contributions. You do the math.

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Leicester City

Wout Faes

A horror show against Liverpool with two own goals will stick in the memory of many Leicester fans. Wout Faes hasn’t been able to replace Wesley Fofana in the Foxes defence.

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Arthur Melo


In and out of the Liverpool squad with injury, Arthur has yet to make an appearance in the Premier League. A fact that is all the more shocking considering just how poor and thin the Reds’ midfield has been.

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Manchester City

Sergio Gomez


The Manchester City left-back problem has been renewed for another season as Gomez has been ousted from the starting line-up. A left-back will be at the top of the Cityzens wish list this summer so they can stop deploying Bernardo Silva as a makeshift defender.

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Manchester United



Eighty five million pounds. A staggering fee for a player who has yet to assist a goal in a Manchester United team which has become too reliant on Marcus Rashford.

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Newcastle United

Matt Targett


Despite the Magpies experiencing a season of success, Targett has not been able to get much of a taste. Only 424 minutes of game time in the Premier League for a fee of £15 million will make Aston Villa relieved they cut bait when they did.

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Nottingham Forest

Lewis O'Brien

With the flurry of signings made by Forest, there was a plethora of players to choose from. However we’ve had to choose the player that was omitted from the 25-man squad and sent out on loan to D.C. United after playing less than 600 Premier League minutes.

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Kamaldeen Sulemana

The Saints made a lot of young and intriguing signings this season. However, potential does not equal results which has led them to a bottom placed position at this time. Sulemana’s zero goal contributions is a far cry from the nine he achieved at his short stint with Rennes.

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Tottenham Hotspur



Djed Spence’s absence from the team made him a prime candidate but Richarlison’s fall from grace has been alarming. A talisman at Everton, the Brazilians’ zero goals for Spurs can be seen as a large contributor to the downfall of Antonio Conte in North London.

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West Ham United

Gianluca Scamacca

West Ham were experiencing their best period in some years under Moyes last season. Currently sat in the relegation zone, Scamacca’s £35 million fee is an absurd amount considering he’s only found the back of the net three times in the Premier League. Danny Ings has since been signed to keep the Italian out of the starting line-up.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers

Goncalo Guedes

Both of Wolves’ big money Portuguese signings failed to improve the Midlands club but at least Nunes still remains at the club. Guedes’ time for Wolves seems over already as his loan to Benfica signals a move in the summer is imminent.

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