There have been some big name transfers over the break and there will hopefully be more before the window closes at the end of the month. There are still lots of rumours such as whether Cesc Fabregas will return from Spain or whether Gareth Bale will move to Spain.
Manchester City have been the biggest spenders so far, completing the signings of Jesus Navaz from Sevilla, Stevan Jovetic from Fiorentina and Fernandinho in a £30 million move from Shakhtar Donetsk.
Some clubs have made controversial decisions this year regarding their choice of kits for this season. Be it Everton's choice of a blue and yellow away kit, which some consider as not having enough of a colour difference from their home kit, or Liverpool's choice of kit that resemble the 'Space Invaders' arcade game and a court jester with odd socks.
Some clubs have played it safe and kept to a more traditional look. Chelsea have stuck to their blue home kit and took an interesting approach to revealing it by stripping their players and drenching them in paint.
There's been arguably more high profile comings and goings managerially this season with Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City all seeing changes at the top.
Jose Mourinho has returned to take charge at Stamford Bridge, hoping to replicate the success he achieved during his first stint as manager when he won the Premier League for two consecutive seasons.
Manchester City said goodbye to Roberto Mancini and replaced him with Chilean, Manuel Pellegrini who has previously managed Real Madrid and Malaga.
The biggest change came from the other side of Manchester with Sir Alex Ferguson retiring after winning 13 Premier League titles. He was replaced by David Moyes who has got off to a great start at the weekend when Manchester United won the Community Shield at Wembley.
The new guys
Cardiff City became the second Welsh team to play in the Premier League, while Crystal Palace return after almost ten years in the Championship. They only managed one season after the last time they were promoted, so they will be hoping for better this time.
Hull City also return to the Premier League this season after a three year break from top flight football.
Will there be a shock winner this season? Will Andre Villas-Boas manage to do what he couldn't do at Chelsea and win the title? Do they need Gareth Bale to even stand a chance, or will the £100 million they may get from a transfer help them win the league by bringing in new talent?
Chelsea will hope that the return of Mourinho will bring good fortune and Manchester City will hope that their news signings will be money well spent. There will be a lot of pressure on David Moyes to repeat the success of his predecessor and he has very big shoes to fill.
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