Sir Alex Ferguson has already spent £50m on rebuilding his squad this summer, despite guiding Manchester United to a record 19th title last season. The United supremo has looked to youth once again during the transfer window, signing David de Gea, Phil Jones and Ashley Young.
After winning the FA Cup and qualifying for the Champions League Manchester City will be fighting for the title this season. They've strengthened their defence and plan further signings at the other end of the pitch, whether Carlos Tevez leaves or not.
We have been far and wide across the globe on a scouting mission to bring news of all the goals from the last few days of pre-season friendlies.
Kenny Dalglish has a history of building exciting attack-minding teams that create plenty of chances and score plenty of goals, and he seems to be moulding his current side in a similar way.
There'll be a familiar face in the Fulham dugout this season after Martin Jol returned to English football following a successful stint in charge of Dutch masters Ajax. Jol was a popular figure during his time at Tottenham and will bring attractive football with him to Craven Cottage.
Another quiet summer in the transfer market is expected at Goodison Park, which will surely frustrate the Everton faithful. However, the lack of transfer activity brings squad stability and, on their day, the Everton first-string is a match for any side in league.
Chelsea appointed new manager Andre Villas-Boas in June and the ex-Porto boss inherits a team that finished second in the Barclays Premier League to Manchester United. The club are expected to make one or two major signings, but the core of the team will look familiar.
Bolton manager Owen Coyle must be wondering where the goals will come from this season. The Trotters do have Kevin Davies, but the powerful target-man will need a reliable strike partner playing alongside him if Bolton are to improve on last year's 14th place.
Blackburn survived the final day relegation battle, eventually finishing in 15th place. There has not been a great deal of transfer activity this summer and the club's fans will be expecting another nail-biting campaign if no new signings arrive.
Aston Villa have lost their manager and three key players, Ashley Young, Stewart Downing and Brad Friedel, this summer leaving the new man at the helm, Alex McLeish, with quite a job on his hands.
Arsenal are in the unusual position of having to battle to hold onto several of their star players this summer. Full-back Gael Clichy has already departed for Manchester City and the rumour mill is still rife as to the future whereabouts of skipper Cesc Fabregas and Frenchman Samir Nasri.
Lewis Hamilton gained a morale-boosting victory in Germany as Sebastian Vettel finished outside of the top two for the first time this year.