A new player, a change in managers and a new squad are the biggest storylines in English football this season.
It is not just the transfer market, but the signings of new stars as well.
And the new arrivals have some surprising names.
Here is a look at five new players who are changing teams this season: 1.
James McClean (Manchester City) James McCLean, left, has left the club in a big move from Sunderland, but he is returning to Leicester City.
He joins the Leicester Tigers from the English Championship outfit.
McClean has made a name for himself at the Stadium of Light and his experience and versatility will be welcomed by the club.
He scored seven goals in 23 Premier League games last season.
Sami Khedira (Chelsea) Sami Al-Khedira, the midfielder who became a Manchester United player, has been sold to Chelsea for £26.5 million.
He will be joined by his agent, Mark Hughes, on the Chelsea coaching staff.
Ryan Bertrand (Liverpool) Liverpool have been in talks with Manchester City over a new deal with the midfielder, who has been with the club since the 2011-12 season.
His contract runs out in 2019 and the Reds will look to extend it. 4.
Jack Cork (West Ham) Jack Cork is a new signing to the Hammers.
He joined from Southampton for £8.5m last season and will join the club on loan.
Aiden McGeady (Bristol City) Aiden McGregor has joined Bristol City on a season-long loan.
The 21-year-old has been on the periphery of Championship football for a number of years, but has impressed with his performances at Elland Road.
Steven Davis (Liverpool)- The Liverpool manager has brought back Steven Davis from his time at Southampton, but will he be a key player?
Alex McCarthy (Everton) The Everton striker has joined the Premier League side on a loan deal.
James Wilson (Manchester United) United have made it official that they have signed Alex Wilson from Southampton on a year-long deal.
Ben Gibson (Bournemouth) Ben Gibson will join Bournemouth on a three-year deal.
Michael Carrick (Manchester Utd) Michael Carick will be heading to the club’s new training ground in Bournamores training ground.
Steven Taylor (Everts) Steven Taylor will be joining Everton on a one-year loan.
Tom Carroll (Crystal Palace) Tom Carroll has left Crystal Palace and is expected to join Crystal Palace on loan from Manchester United.
Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)(Middlesbrough) Steven Gerrard is set to sign a three year deal with Middlesbrough on loan, according to reports.
Harry Kewell (Huddersfield) Harry Kepel has joined Huddersfields on a two-year contract.
Kevin Davies (Aston Villa) Kevin Davies has left Aston Villa on a short-term deal.
James Tomkins (Southampton) James Tomkin has signed for Southampton on loan for the remainder of the season.
Anthony Martial (Manchester Saints) Anthony Martial has signed a one year contract with Manchester Saints.
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) Jamie V and the Leicester City squad will travel to Thailand for a training camp ahead of the upcoming international break.
Anthony Stokes (AFC Bournet) Anthony Stoke will return to Anderlecht in the second half of the new season.
Steven Defour (West Brom) Steven Defur has left West Brom on a free transfer.
James Ward-Prowse (Manchester Arsenal) James Ward Prowse has joined Arsenal on a long-term loan.
Michael Keane (Stoke City) Michael Keane is joining Stoke on a permanent basis.
Danny Ward (Leeds United) Danny Ward has joined Leeds United on a four-year extension.
Sam Gallagher (Hull City) Sam Gallagher is joining Hull City on loan with an option to extend.
Jack Hill (Wests Tigers) Jack Hill will be returning to the Tigers on loan next season.
Paul Clement (Watford) Watford boss Paul Clement has agreed to sign striker Jamie Walker on a new five-year stay at the club, which will see him at the helm until 2021.
Jamie O’Hara (St Patrick’s Athletic) Jamie O`Hara will return from injury to face the Seagulls on a temporary basis.
Sam Nicholson-Smith (Swansea) Sam Nicholson Smith has signed on a five-and-a-half year deal to join Swansea on a contract until 2021, the Swans confirmed.
Danny Drinkwater (Sunderland) Danny Drinkwaters has signed new two-and, four-and a half year deals with Sunderland