Due to the international break, which falls right after the transfer deadline, there are many players who have not yet played for their new teams and could make their debut this weekend
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It was a busy end of the summer transfer window, with a slew of Premier League deals being closed before the August 31st deadline.
The transfer window closed a little over a week ago, but due to the international break that followed at the beginning of September, many of these stars have yet to make their debut for their new teams.
Some have played for their countries for the past seven days, but some can still be seen on a soccer field since moving to the Premier League.
Ahead of the national proceedings resuming this weekend, Mirror Football takes a look at some of the players who will make their Premier League debut …
Cristiano Ronaldo – Manchester United
What better place to start than with Cristiano Ronaldo, who after a 12 year absence made a dream move to Old Trafford to sign for his former club.
Ronaldo was signed by Juventus for £ 25million on Deadline Day and the 36-year-old is set to take the Premier League by storm again.
The Portuguese star will have a chance to return ahead of United fans on Saturday when his side face Newcastle United at 3pm at Old Trafford.
Ronaldo scored six goals against Newcastle during his first term with the Red Devils and his only hat trick for United came at home against the Magpies.
Man Utd downsizes Bruno Fernandes for Cristiano Ronaldo image on Old Trafford poster Jack Wilshere and other free agents who can still complete transfers when the EFL squad lists are released
Saul Niguez – Chelsea
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Saul Niguez has moved away from Madrid for the first time in his career after being loaned by Atletico with an option to buy next summer.
The Spaniard originally played in Real Madrid’s youth but joined Atletico at the age of 14.
The midfielder has made a huge impact since his La Liga debut in 2013 as an 18-year-old and is joining the European champions after winning the Spanish title last season.
Chelsea face Aston Villa at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and Saul could make his first appearance in front of the crowd at Stamford Bridge.
Takehiro Tomiyasu Arsenal
Takehiro Tomiyasu signed for Arsenal on Deadline Day after the Gunners agreed a £ 19.6m fee with Italian club Bologna.
The Japan international can either act as a right-back or central, and Arsenal fans are hoping their new defender can take off to turn their terrible start to the season.
Arsenal have conceded nine goals so far without a single reply and are bottom of the Premier League table in their worst start to a peak season ever.
Tomiyasu could face Norwich in a competitive game in the Emirates on Saturday, which starts at 3 p.m.
Emerson Royal – Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham announced the signing of Emerson Royal on Deadline Day as Nuno Espirito Santo looks to strengthen his right side after recent disappointments with Serge Aurier and Matt Doherty.
Aurier has now left the club by mutual agreement and the Brazilian is the future having played for Real Betis in La Liga for the last two seasons.
Emerson was loaned to Betis from Barcelona and the 22-year-old has been statistically one of the best full-backs in the league for the past 24 months but the Catalan side conceded due to financial difficulties.
Tottenham travel to Selhurst Park for the opening game of the weekend at 12:30 on Saturday and could make their debut at some point during the game against Crystal Palace.
OTHER PLAYERS WHO COULD MAKE THE LEAGUE DEBUT: Marc Cucurella (Brighton), Maxwell Cornet (Burnley), Odsonne Edouard and Will Hughes (Crystal Palace), Salamon Rondon (Everton), Daniel James (Leeds), Ademola Lookman (Leicester ), Joe Willock (Newcastle), Lyanco (Southampton), Kurt Zouma, Nikola Vlasic and Alex Kral (West Ham), Hwang-Hee Chan (Wolves).