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Jim White is waiting to reassure fans pining for the Premier League that Football. Is. Coming.
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So who should Sunderland, Swansea, Tottenham, West Brom and West Ham sign this summer?
Starting to get your team ready for the new season? We’ve enlisted an expert to help you pick your side.
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Every fan hopes their club can produce the best signing of any transfer window. Sometimes a new arrival can indeed prove to be a masterstroke but sometimes that latest signing can also develop into an expensive mistake.