Michu voted Premier League's top signing

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At the end of every Premier League campaign, the managers vote for their signing of the season.

Swansea City star Michu won 47% of the votes beating Manchester United's striker, Robin van Persie, who earned 35% of the votes. 

The Swansea centre forward has been very impressive in his debut season in England and has helped the side win their first trophy in the Capital One Cup. 

As well as voting for their signing of the season, the managers also vote for their favourite formation and also what they think is the most important attribute in a footballer.

Below are the top five signings of the season according to the Premier League managers:

1. Michu - Swansea - 47%
2. Robin Van Persie - Manchester United - 35%
3. Santi Cazorla - Arsenal - 6%
4. Dimitar Berbatov - Fulham - 6%
5. Steven N'Zonzi - Stoke - 6%

As well as voting for their best signings of the season, the managers also voted for their favourite formations, with flexbility coming out clear favourite in the manager's eyes.

Below are the top five voted as the best:

1. Flexibility is the key - 58%
2. 4-4-2 - 12%
3. 4-1-4-1 - 12%
4. 4-2-3-1 - 12%
5. 4-3-3 - 6%

The manager's then also gave their opinions on what makes a top class footballer and what attributes are important. The majority of the manager's said, Tactical Awareness, is the most important attribute to have.

Below are the top five attributes voted:

1. Tactical Awareness - 53%
2. Mental Strength - 47%
3. Confidence - 47%
4. Vision - 41%
5. Pace - 35%


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