10 worst signings of the Premier League season
The Premier League is one of the biggest leagues in terms of the revenue generated, in football, and these massive revenues make the Premier League clubs the richest in football. The Premier League clubs have thrown huge sums of money to sign players and there have been mixed results.
Some signings have proven to be very good decisions, like Mohamed Salah; but there are a few players who have struggled to live up to their hefty price tags, like Alvaro Morata. Here in this slideshow, we take a look at the worst bys of the Premier League campaign 2017-18-
Chelsea and Everton had horrendous transfer windows as the players they signed failed to showcase their potential, and hence quite a few of their players make this list.
Names lucky to miss out:
-- Sandro Ramirez
-- Fernando Llorente
-- Ross Barkley
-- Danny Drinkwater
-- Wilfried Bony
#10 Joe Hart (West Ham United) - Loan
What a steep fall Joe Hart has seen since Pep Guardiola's arrival at Manchester City forced him out of the club. After an unconvincing spell out on loan at Torino, Guardiola knew that he couldn't depend on Hart if he had to have genuine hopes of making a title challenge. He brought in Ederson from Benfica, and once again sent the England keeper out on loan, this time to West Ham United.
Hart’s spell at the London Stadium has been nothing short of a nightmare and he was even dropped for Adrian midway through the campaign after a number of high-profile errors. West Ham conceded a shocking 39 goals in the 19 games that Hart started in goal and it translated to just 3 wins.
Hart has unfortunately suffered such a sharp decline in form that he has also been ignored by Gareth Southgate in the 23-man England squad for the World Cup, despite being the most experienced player available to be selected.