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20. Piti (Granada) ST
Other than the two who shall remain nameless, Piti is the highest scorer remaining from La Liga last season—tied with Ruben Castro—with 18.
Since registering that total the 32-year-old has swapped Rayo Vallecano for Granada, and the Andalusian club will need him to hit similar targets if they're to find the goals which evaded them last time out.
19. Giovanni Dos Santos (Villarreal) AMC
It's been an up-and-down career for Giovanni Dos Santos. He went from being a highly rated Barcelona youngster to a letdown at Tottenham, before bouncing back at relegated Mallorca after a series of loan spells.
The 24-year-old has swapped the Islanders for newly promoted Villarreal though, and his creativity, coupled with Jeremy Perbet's goals, can only benefit the Yellow Submarine's La Liga return.
18. Iker Muniain (Athletic Bilbao) AML
After exciting European football in Athletic Bilbao's double cup final season in 2011/12, Iker Muniain experienced a dip in form under the strict Marcelo Bielsa regime last season.
Still only 20, under the guidance of Ernesto Valverde, the forthcoming campaign promises the opportunity of Muniain re-finding his form in an Athletic team which seems set to improve on the disappointment of Bielsa's final season.
17. Sofiane Feghouli (Valencia) AMR/L
Algerian international Sofiane Feghouli is one of a number of players who could excel under Miroslav Djukic at Valencia this season.
A technically gifted attacking midfielder, the 23-year-old is set to embark on his third straight season as a regular at Los Che, following a loan spell at Almeria previously.
16. Kevin Gameiro (Sevilla) ST
A summer of change at Sevilla has seen a number of high-profile players depart for new challenges, while several new faces have jetted in too.
Among exciting signings like Jairo, Vitolo, Carlos Bacca and Marko Marin is former PSG striker Kevin Gameiro, who will be tasked with replacing the 24-goal output of Alvaro Negredo.