The transfer window is now in full flow and one club who've been busy already are Leicester City, making two major signings.
James Justin (£8m) from Luton Town got the ball rolling and they've since followed it up on Thursday morning with the purchase of Ayoze Perez from Newcastle United.
The Spaniard ended a five-year stay on Tyneside to complete his move to the King Power Stadium and he's expected to cost in the region of £30m after the Foxes exercised his release clause - big money.
The move comes as a hammer blow to the Magpies who've lost Rafa Benitez already this summer, whilst it also looks increasingly likely that last seasons on-loan hero Salomon Rondon will be moving elsewhere.
Perez was something of a cult hero up at St. James' Park and last term he enjoyed his most prolific in terms of goals scored, netting 12 in the top flight along with recording two assists.
His departure leaves his former employers significantly weakened in the striking department, but on the other hand Leicester now have a very decent forward on their hands.
He's been brought in to give support to Jamie Vardy in attack and Brendan Rodgers will have been encouraged by what he saw from the 25 year-old last term. Perez is more of a second striker as opposed to an out-and-out centre forward, he links up midfield and attack but also enjoys getting in the box and on the end of crosses.
He's a capable goalscorer and creator which bodes nicely for this forward thinking Foxes side who many are tipping to push for sixth position next season.
But £30m is a hell of a lot to shell out for a player who only hit double figures in the Premier League for the first time last season. Will he offer value for money?