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Ander Herrera: La Liga stars who could join him in the Premier League (1)

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Manchester United completed a deal to bring Athletic Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera to the Premier League. 

The transfer business represented Louis van Gaal's first major signing for the Red Devils, as the new boss looks to rebuild the club after a disastrous season under David Moyes. Manchester United fans, however, will be hoping the signing of Herrera is the first of many this summer. 

Ander Herrera signs for Manchester United
Chelsea complete Cesc Fabregas signing

The new United star, however, isn't the first player to leave Spain for England in this market. The high profile transfer of Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona to Chelsea was completed earlier this month, and there could yet be a number of other La Liga stars following the pair to England's elite division. 

Fans of the Premier League will certainly be hoping that some of the finest talent from Spain heads to England in this market, but which players could be on the move? 

Well, we're here to take a look. Scroll through to see the five stars we believe could be on the move to England before the start of the 2014/15 season: 

Do you agree with us? Which La Liga players do you want to see in the Premier League? Have your say below! 

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