Haven't been keeping up, but we got Toby Alderweireld and Kevin Wimmer, which should boost our defense a bit. This, plus the signings of Yedlin and Alli in the January market window will make it interesting to see how we shape up on the back half. We offloaded Paulinho, Capoue, and Kaboul so far. All of which I'm ok with losing. If only we could get that nutcase Ade off the books too, and maybe even Soldudo along with him, while bringing in two other proven EPL strikers, I'd be a very happy Spurs fan.
I'm with Plewis here. I have no idea who will be breakout player of the year, but here's a couple of guys I'm interested in seeing how they do at their new clubs. Angelo Ogbanna for WHU - the guy has talent, and I think this is a good fit for him. I key more on defenders, since I played that my entire soccer life, and I like what I see from him. It'll be all in how he adjusts coming from Juve to the EPL though. Some guys make it just fine, some guys get lost in the shuffle. We'll see though...
Danny Ings is my front runner for BPOY. Coming from Burnley, where he had a very limited supporting cast, to Liverpool, where he'll have not only a fight to break into a starting role, but a good mix of talent around him, should do wonders for his production. Personally, I think he takes this chance and really shines... which sucks, because we were in for him too, lol.
I also want to see how Galatasaray use Podolski. I know what everyone thinks of Wenger, but for some reason, Podolski just looked like he didn't fit into the style Arsenal employed, which seemed to me to limit his abilities. I'm curious to see if G-ray can coax the best out of Podolski, and if he settles quickly.