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Top 5: Players Premier League clubs should sign (1)

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The new Premier League campaign is well and truly under way and now the international break is here it seems as good a time as any to reflect on what we've seen so far.

In three games of the 2014/15 campaign we've already seen plenty of action, while with the summer transfer window only just closing there has been plenty of changes across all 20 teams in the top flight.

Chelsea certainly look strong and are early front runners in the title race but even they shipped three goals against Everton, while Manchester United are still looking for their first win under new boss Louis van Gaal. The arrival of Radamel Falcao on deadline day will certainly help them out with that.

It's shaping up to be an interesting season elsewhere too; Manchester City suffered a real setback against Stoke while Liverpool blew Tottenham away at White Hart Lane for the third league game running.

Indeed, most of the teams at the top of the table have their strengths and weaknesses - and they would have certainly tried to reduce the latter in the transfer market. But were they successful?

We've taken a look at the stats from the three games so far and see where five of the biggest teams in the Premier League are falling short - then found the perfect player for them to sign in the January window. We really should be charging for this service.

Click 'Begin Slideshow' to take a look at the five players who should be on their way to England in the new year!

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