English Premier League 2010/11: Top 10 Transfers So Far...

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English Premier League 2010/11: Top 10 Transfers So Far...

The total amount of money spent in this summers transfer window by the English Premier League is a whopping £345,625,000, majority of which was spent by Man City, but was all this money well spent. I have compiled a list of ten players who I believe have been worth their money based across five different criteria: Value for Money, Prestige of Move, Player History, Player Quality and Performance so far followed by an overall grade for the player. Here is the methodology for the grading:

Value for Money

Grade is given based on the amount paid for the player compared to how good they are (example: £50,000,000 for Zat Knight would receive a low grade whilst £2,000,000 for Wayne Rooney would receive a high grade)

Prestige of Move

Grade is given for how much media coverage the transfer was given (example: Ronaldo to Real Madrid would get a high grade whilst Marlon Harewood to Blackpool would receive a low grade)

Player History

Grade is given for how well the player has performed in their career so far (example: Gerrard would receive a high grade whilst Jo would receive a low grade)

Player Quality

Grade is given for how good the player is generally (example: Arshavin would receive a high grade whilst Karl Henry would receive a low grade)

Performance So Far...

Grade is given for how well the player has performed so far this season (example: Malouda would receive a high grade whilst Cattermole would receive a low grade)

So sit back and enjoy my Top 10 Transfer So Far this Season.

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