Mesut Ozil, Samuel Eto'o, Gareth Bale and the best players set to make their debut this weekend
The re-start of the Premier League will see many new faces - while there are a couple of major signings abroad due to make their debut
Following the chaos and hysteria of transfer deadline day, an international break was perhaps timely in order to calm everyone down - particularly Jim White.
But with the Premier League set to get back underway this weekend, we can begin to find out if all that frantic last-minute spending was worth it.
Among those due to make their debut this weekend are £42.5m Arsenal signing Mesut Ozil, Aston Villa's big man from Lazio Libor Kozak, Chelsea duo Willian and Samuel Eto'o and many more.
Here, we guide you through the new faces to keep an eye on this weekend...
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