Premier League transfer flop XI: Who have been the worst signings of the summer window?

Almost £120million seems to have been wasted on these players

A record £835m was spent in the 2014 summer transfer window.

While the likes of Diego Costa and Alexis Sanchez have already proved they were worth every penny paid, certain others haven't provided as much value for money.

Now three months into the season, and two months after the transfer window closed, it is a little clearer which players have helped their teams and which have been more of a hindrance.

Unsurprisingly, Liverpool and Tottenham, who have both taken a step backwards this year after some curious transfer business, feature heavily on this list.

So do Chelsea and Manchester United, despite praise for the majorirty of their signings, while clubs like Crystal Palace, Newcastle and West Bromwich spent heavily on players who have hardly featured.

Playing in a 4-3-3 formation (which meant that some players who would be among the worst are only on the bench) here is an XI of the worst signings of the summer.

 

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