This year's list of transfers, though noticeably lengthy, doesn't feature the depth of the past few seasons.
There are some very intriguing grabs by teams that are either rebuilding or need to add a piece to what is already a solid nucleus.
It is risky in many cases to sign transfers. On some occasions, the player has graduated and wants one more year to play (and study) closer to home or in a more competitive environment.
On many more occasions though, difficulties with team rules, coaches or the law seem to predicate the change of scenery. So, in many cases, teams are gambling that problems of the past will not be problems in the future.
Here is a list of the top transfers, or more aptly, the ones who have the best chance to make an impact with their new teams.