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Top 10: Most profitable big money Premier League signings (1)

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The 2013/14 Premier League season has seen a record amount of money being invested in the transfer market.

The summer saw an unprecedented £630million invested in new players across the Premier League while a further £130m was spent in January.

It was the first time Premier League expenditure has broken past the £700m barrier and is roaring towards the £1billion mark at frightening speed.

Amongst the top additions this season have been Marouane Fellaini, who joined Manchester United for £27.5m while Fernandinho moved to City for £30m. The biggest of them all was Mesut Ozil, who joined Arsenal for £42.4m.

But which of the big movers have been utilised best by their new clubs? Who has settled fastest and established themselves as first team regulars already.

Here we take a look at the highest rate of participation* from the biggest signings.

All stats have been gathered by primetimesport (page 47) and are accurate up to and including match day 22.

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