Andre Gray (Burnley, £18.5m) Richarlison (Fluminense, £11.5m) Tom Cleverley (Everton, £8m), Will Hughes (Derby County, £8m), Nathaniel Chalobah (Watford, £6m), Kiko Femenia (Alaves, free)
Mario Suarez (Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng, £5.5m), Juanfran (Deportivo La Coruna, free)
Silva impressed greatly at Hull last season, and the club are happy to be rid of Walter Mazzarri. Chalobah and Hughes provide an injection of exciting English youth.
A falling out between midfielder Etienne Capoue – one of their best players last season – and Silva spells trouble for an eternally-changing and potentially unstable squad.
Chalobah has a burning ambition after escaping Chelsea’s bench. Good performances may see him swap the England Under-21s for the seniors.
Silva will continue his fine work from Hull, but this time stave off relegation. Hughes and Chalobah will spark, pushing team into mid-table.
Shaky defence will hamper any bid to bolt away from the drop zone. Deeney will again need to carry the responsibility – in goals and influence – of preventing relegation but the club-record signing of Gray should ease the pressure.
Fernando Llorente (15)
Roque Mesa (Las Palmas, £11m), Tammy Abraham (Chelsea, loan)
Jack Cork (Burnley, £10m), Jordi Amat (Real Betis, loan), Modou Barrow (Reading, £1.5m), Borja Baston (Malaga, loan)
Clement revitalised the club in the second half of last season, helping re-establish some lost identity, and has now had a full summer get his ideas across.
Gylfi Sigurdsson’s departure for Everton appears inevitable and with nine goals and 13 assists last term, it is tantamount to ripping the heart out of Swansea’s team.
Tammy Abraham. The Chelsea loanee was lethal in the Championship with Bristol City last season. Can he make the step up?
Though Clement steadied the ship when all looked lost last season, avoiding relegation again is the No1 target in south Wales.
The Swans need to reinvest the incoming Sigurdsson money wisely and very quickly, or another Great Escape will be required.
Harry Kane (29)
Kyle Walker (Manchester City, £51m), Federico Fazio (Roma, £2.6m), Clinton N’Jie (Marseille, £6m)
REASONS TO BE POSITIVE
Pochettino has turned Spurs into a formidable top-four contender and with little disruption to his squad, has a talented group of young and committed players.
REASONS TO BE PESSIMISTIC
Not signing any players, let alone any of note, is odd, considering their rivals have spent significantly. The move to Wembley from their White Hart Lane stronghold is a major unknown.
ONE TO WATCH
Teenage American centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers is among several Spurs youngsters allowing Pochettino to keep his transfer powder dry.
Pochettino and fans will feel the squad is good enough for another title tilt. They have been close the last two seasons while a capable young squad is one year older and closer.
Probably lack the mental toughness required to make the final step, while top-four rivals shouldn’t be as poor or inconsistent as in recent seasons.