After over 25 years the Premier League season will begin without Sir Alex Ferguson, who retired at the end of last season. With a raft of managerial changes and new signings, the Premier League is set to entertain, enthrall and excite.
David Moyes has arguably the toughest shoes to fill. While a certain grace period will be given at Old Trafford, expectations will be high. The Community Shield triumph was the perfect start for Moyes.
The brilliantly named Jesus Navas is one of Manchester City's new signings. The World and European Spanish winner will grace the Premier League and Manuel Pelligrini looks to snatch the title back from their neighbours.
After a gap of six years, the special one is back! Jose Mourinho returned to Chelsea in the summer and success is expected almost immediately.
Familiar faces like Alex Ferguson, Jamie Carragher, Paul Scholes and Michael Owen have moved on, with new managers and a raft of multi-million-pound signings hoping to plug the holes that they have left behind.
Manchester City's box-to-box midfielder is the most expensive Premier League transfer so far, with 30million Euros spent on the Brazil international.
Most of the attention in the transfer window so far has gone to possible departures with Gareth Bale, Wayne Rooney and Luis Suarez all set for exits from their respective clubs.
Didier Drogba is not there to haunt Arsenal any more but another trophy-less season will surely be curtains for Arsene Wenger.