The ten best signings by Europa League teams

'The new Neymar', Zlatan and the 2016 final man of the match feature in our pick of the UEFA Europa League contenders' summer signings. Disagree? Tell us using #UEL.

Gabriel Barbosa, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Pato and Coke have made high-profile moves
Gabriel Barbosa, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Pato and Coke have made high-profile moves ©UEFA.com

Gabriel Barbosa: Santos to Inter
A star of Brazil's Olympic football win, the left-footed Santos forward was snapped up by Inter on his 20th birthday; not for nothing is he dubbed 'the new Neymar'.

Coke: Sevilla to Schalke
Two-goal man of the match as Sevilla bagged a UEFA Europa League hat-trick in May, Coke accepted a new challenge with Schalke. However, a serious knee injury will postpone his Bundesliga debut.

Dante: Wolfsburg to Nice
The experienced Brazilian centre-back is reunited with his former Mönchengladbach coach Lucien Favre in Nice, a year after swapping Bayern for Wolfsburg.

Breel Embolo has left Basel for Schalke
Breel Embolo has left Basel for Schalke©Getty Images

Breel Embolo: Basel to Schalke
A long-heralded talent, the 19-year-old Switzerland striker left Basel – where he once played UEFA Youth League and Champions League football in the same season – in a big-money move to Schalke.

Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg: Bayern München to Southampton
Still only 21 but a seasoned Danish international, attacking midfielder Höjbjerg has gone from the Bayern fringes (and Schalke loanee) to full-time Southampton player.

Zlatan Ibrahimović: Paris to Manchester United
THE free transfer of the summer, with Ibrahimović having already scored four goals in as many United appearances after linking up with his ex-Inter boss José Mourinho.

Zlatan Ibrahimović has enjoyed a goalscoring start to life at Manchester United
Zlatan Ibrahimović has enjoyed a goalscoring start to life at Manchester United©AFP/Getty Images

Yevhen Konoplyanka: Sevilla to Schalke
A runner-up and a winner in this competition in the last two seasons, Ukraine winger Konoplyanka joined Schalke on loan, 12 months after departing Dnipro for Sevilla.

Pato: Corinthians to Villarreal
Following an ill-fated loan stint at Chelsea, Pato came to Villarreal in a permanent switch from Corinthians – and duly scored on his debut in the UEFA Champions League play-off.

Watch Paul Pogba star for Juventus
Watch Paul Pogba star for Juventus

Paul Pogba: Juventus to Manchester United
Following an exciting EURO with France, the midfielder returned to the club he left – in order to Join Juventus – in 2012.

Martin Škrtel: Liverpool to Fenerbahçe
The imposing defender is back in the UEFA Europa League, after heading to Istanbul from 2016 runners-up Liverpool on the back of his EURO exploits with Slovakia.

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