Philippe Coutinho, Mane (13)
Mohamed Salah (Roma, £39m), Andy Roberston (Hull City, £8m), Dominic Solanke (Chelsea, tribunal fee)
Kevin Stewart (Hull City, £8m), Lucas Leiva (Lazio, £5m), Andre Wisdom (Derby, £4.5m)
Salah adds an injection of speed and quality to an already-rapid attack, while Liverpool were electric in the opening half of the campaign.
Injuries to Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana have compounded failures to land Virgil van Dijk and Naby Keita. Defence still looks markedly weaker than direct competitors.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has impressed during pre-season and the injury to Nathaniel Clyne means the right-back slot should be his to lose.
Salah clicks with Mane and Coutinho rejects Barcelona’s overtures, providing the requisite quality to challenge for both Premier League and Champions League glory.
Klopp’s men thrill much more than they dismay, but failures in the transfer market mean they come up just short in the task of sweeping up trophies.
Kelechi Iheanacho (Manchester City, £25m), Harry Maguire (Hull City, £17m), Vicente Iborra (Sevilla, £15m), Eldin Jakupovic (Hull City, £2.3m)
Ron-Robert Zieler (Stuttgart, £3.5m)
The miracle makers have real momentum behind them again after Shakespeare’s rescue act, while the addition of Iheanacho adds genuine excitement.
If Roma finally land Riyad Mahrez, can this creative deficit be filled? Their ageing title-winning defence also creeked badly last term.
Wilfred Ndidi lifted the entire club when he was brought in during January, adding both quality and bite in centre midfield. Has potential to transform into one of the division’s midfield masters.
A spine strengthened by the additions of Maguire, Iborra and Iheanacho lifts the club back into contention for Europe.
The feel-good factor returns to King Power Stadium as Shakespeare’s men exorcise last term’s relegation demons and challenge Everton outside the top six.
5th (Championship: play-offs)
Elias Kachunga (12)
Steve Mounie (Montpellier, £11.5m), Tom Ince (Derby, £10m), Aaron Mooy (Man City, £8m), Matias Jorgensen (FC Copenhagen, £2.5m), Elias Kachunga (Ingolstadt, £1.1m)
Wagner has an aura that implies Huddersfield will do more than just grind out victories. Activity in the market shows ambition beyond just trying to keep their heads above water.
On paper, the weakest squad in the division and the Terriers were the 14th-highest scorers in the Championship last season, with 22 of their 25 games coming via a solitary goal margin.
Kasey Palmer. On-loan Chelsea midfielder was a real asset last season and can continue to develop.
Huddersfield fans will be along for the ride, hoping to pick up the odd major scalp along the way. Wagner will be demanding survival and his team to forge a real identity.
New forward players need to click fast for them to have any chance although there are a lot of average-to-poor teams in the league which gives them a chance.