Both Manchester United and Manchester City have invested heavily in new attacking options ahead of the new season.
Louis van Gaal's squad moved quickly to secure the services of promising Netherlands international Memphis Depay.
On Tuesday the biggest transfer saga of the summer came to an end as Raheem Sterling joined Manchester City for a staggering £49 million.
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Chelsea meanwhile have recruited United flop Radamel Falcao on a season long loan from Monaco. The Colombian will hope to get his career back on track at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal have been the least active of last season's top four. Arsene Wenger's side are falling behind, having yet to bolster their attack despite a clear need to.
With the new Premier League season fast approaching it's time to take a look at how the front three's of last seasons top four compare and determine which side has the best trio.