Summer Transfer Targets For Every Premier League Team (extended version)

Who should be on the shopping lists of each Premier League club?

After assessing each Premiership team’s weaknesses last season, talent gaps within the squad and new signings. I’ve compiled a shortlist of suitable players they could and perhaps should sign, taking into account realistic transfer budgets and each manager’s favoured playing style and formation.

Internet links throughout the article open up videos, Wikipedia entries or profiles that reveal a player’s traits and characteristics on the pitch.

Arsenal

2011/12 Weaknesses

10 losses, more than the rest of the top 4 and double the amount of Manchester United and City

Conceded more goals than the rest of the top 8 with the exception of Newcastle.

Too reliant on van Persie for goals.

Transfers

In Giroud, Podolski, Cazorla

Out

The transfers in could be comparable to van Persie and replace his goals output if he leaves, but foreign players can often take several months to acclimatise themselves fully to the Premiership meaning don’t be surprised if Arsenal stutter for form in the short term.

New signing Giroud will mean a considered change in attacking approach given he is a stereotypical target man. Arsenal should now be more potent from crosses as Giroud offers a considerable aerial threat. Giroud was joint top scorer in France’s Ligue 1 last season and surprisingly helped his previous club Montpellier win the league ahead of an ostentatious PSG team.

Spanish journalists have frequently described Cazorla as the best player in Spain outside of Real Madrid or Barcelona. Such is his vast array of abilities, I’m puzzled why a bigger European team didn’t go in for him. Mata and Silva are the two best playmakers in the Premier League and Cazorla is at least equal with them.

Podolski should add a goal threat from the left of a front 3 with his powerful shooting and finishing ability, he scored 18 league goals last season, which is his highest amount in a German Bundesliga season.

Shopping List

Pacey left back with the stamina and ball skills to shuttle up and down the entire left flank and the defensive positioning to curb opposition attacks. Two of the current left backs Gibbs and Santos are a weakness defensively.

Left Back Shortlist

Domenico Criscito

Aly Cissokho

Alvaro Pereira

Alex Sandro

Cheaper Premiership options

Leighton Baines

Neil Taylor

An additional centre back may be needed to allow Arsenal more versatility when encountering differing types of opposition and would also enable Vermaelen to shift across to left back against teams possessing a talented right-side.

Ideally the proposed new centre back would be English, the reason being Wenger’s most dependable defenders have tended to be English.

Centre Back Shortlist

Ryan Shawcross

Phil Jagielka

Non-English alternatives

Kolo Toure

Sebastien Bassong

Toby Alderweireld – Belgian ball playing defender from Ajax, unproven but there’s definite talent there.

New striker Giroud should prove himself to good enough but I think Arsenal will need another predatory option for back up if van Persie leaves.

Striker Shortlist

Giuseppe Rossi (when he returns to fitness)

Falcao

Kevin Gameiro

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

Alvaro Negredo

Arsenal are in need of another creative wide player who offers a goal threat. Podolski and Gervinho may be sufficient but I’m not convinced.

Shortlist

Nicolas Gaitan

Mathieu Valbuena

Andre Ayew

James Rodriguez

Aston Villa

2011/12 Weaknesses

Only Stoke scored fewer goals last season

Just 7 league wins all season, fewer than every team but Wolves

17 draws, 5 more than any other team

Need goalscorers to convert those draws into wins

Transfers

In Vlaar, El Ahmadi, Holman, Lowton

Out Collins and Cuellar

Villa seem to have chosen to raid the Dutch league for cheap unproven players, each of which wouldn’t impress me if I were a Villa fan. Vlaar does have some Dutch caps but he was also part of an unconvincing Holland defence during Euro 2012.

Shopping List

Goalscorer to compliment a fit again Bent and players that can create the openings for Bent and co.

Given Villa don’t have much money, I would recommend they look into the top 6 Premiership teams reserves and the promising players from lesser teams and minor leagues.

British based shortlist

Steve Fletcher

Gary Hooper

Gio Dos Santos

Matt Jarvis

Yakubu

Jordan Rhodes

Matt Phillips

Wilfried Zaha

Pete Whittingham

Chris Burke

Richie Lambert

Foreign based players that are unlikely but possible

Lima

Luuk de Jong

Aiden McGeady

Julien Feret

Zoran Tosic

Maxi Moralez

Alessandro Diamanti

Chelsea

2011/12 Weaknesses

10 losses and conceded 46, both far too many for a team aspiring to 1st place in the league

Did not score anywhere near enough to challenge the top teams.

Transfers

In Hazard, Marin, Oscar

Out Kalou, Drogba, Bosingwa

Chelsea have unquestionably signed high quality players that offer width, pace, creativity and goals. Although even with all that talent they haven’t signed a replacement for Drogba and Torres alone cannot be trusted to score the goals.

Shopping List

Need a right back and another striker to replace Drogba, as Sturridge, Torres and Lukaku cannot be relied upon to score with any regularity.

Right Back Shortlist

Maicon

Ignazio Abate

Mathieu Debuchy – One of the best performing right backs at Euro 2012.

Darijo Srna

Joao Pereira

Gregory van der Wiel

Andoni Iraola

Striker Shortlist

Fernando Llorente – Probably the best match for Drogba’s physicality and general playing style.

Leandro Damiao

Edinson Cavani

Hulk

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

Loic Remy

Roberto Soldado

Everton

2011/12 Weaknesses

Need to get more goals if they are to break into the top 6

Transfers

In Naismith, Pienaar

Out Cahill, McFadden, Yobo

Naismith and Pienaar will add some much needed pace and creativity to the flanks, and Naismith should link up well with former Rangers team-mate Jelavic if Moyes decide to play him as a striker. Although I’m not sure Everton have enough quality in-front of goal to adequately relieve Jelavic from scoring Everton’s goals.

Shopping List

Need a striker that can score around 15 goals, connect with Everton’s bombardment of crosses from the left and compliment Jelavic.

Shortlist

Steve Fletcher

Ricky van Wolfswinkel

Tomas Necid

Seydou Doumbia

Lacina Traore

Burak Yilmaz

Everton don’t seem to have enough creativity and passing ability in the centre of the pitch, so I would recommend they sign a creative central midfielder.

Shortlist

Moussa Dembele

Marcos Senna

Kevin Strootman

Lucas Biglia

Fulham

2011/12 Weaknesses

Ended the league season with a goal difference of -3

Low scorers

Transfers

In Petric, Rodallega

Out Etuhu, Johnson, Murphy

Murphy is a significant loss as he was the focal point when in possession but I believe Dembele is an ideal replacement there, whereas loanee Pogrebnyak’s goals from last season need to be replaced. I don’t believe Dempsey will leave as his age and the transfer sum Fulham demand will deter any move.

Shopping List

Physical striker similar in style to Zamora and Pogrebnyak that can score around 15 goals and bring others into play.

Shortlist

Luuk de Jong

Steve Fletcher

Grant Holt

Maxi Lopez

Marc Janko

Marouane Chamakh

Roque Santa Cruz

Rickie Lambert

Looking at Fulham’s squad there is a complete lack of pace among the strikers available so they would benefit from purchasing a fast striker that can threaten by running behind defences. Rodallega isn’t good enough for this role and the other forwards available aren’t the type of players to threaten in-behind.

Shortlist

Gary Hooper

Billy Sharp

Mounir El Hamdaoui

Lima

Charlie Davies

Liverpool

2011/12 Weaknesses

Liverpool’s strikers had a very low conversion rate last season despite many chances being created.

Very low scorers given their league aspirations.

Defence not always reliable but the defensive players are good enough for where Liverpool want to be and Rodger’s possession based game should take the pressure off them and allow the team to defend better as a unit this season.

Transfers

In Borini, Allen

Out Aquilani, Aurelio, Kuyt, Maxi Rodriguez

Shopping List

Players that can offer pace, dribbling and creativity from out wide, able to cut in from the flank and get off a shot or create chances for the strikers.

Shortlist

Younes BelhandaProfile

Adam Johnson

Pablo Piatti

Pablo Hernandez

Ryad BoudebouzCompilation

Iker Muniain

Andre Ayew

Patrick Herrmann

Andre Schurrie

Gio Dos Santos

James Rodriguez

Nolito

Jesus Navas

Douglas Costa

Nene

Willlian

Agger, Srktel and Coates are very capable but as Rodgers likes to play out from the back, he may want an additional ball playing central defender.

Shortlist

Toby Alderweireld

An additional proven striker who will finish the chances created as an alternative to Suarez or Borini. Borini is a sensible signing but Suarez is a creator and dribbler and not actually good at finishing off moves, Liverpool need another striker who is a proven finisher.

Shortlist

Leandro Damiao

Falcao

Lisandro Lopez

Alvaro Negredo

Giuseppe Rossi (when fit)

Bojan

Fernando Llorente

Loic Remy

Kevin Gameiro

Man City

2011/12 Weaknesses

Lacking options in certain squad positions.

Transfers

In

Out Bridge, Hargreaves, Weiss

Shopping List

Deep lying playmaker that can add variety to attacking play when needed.

Shortlist

Luka Modric

Claudio Marchisio

Nuri Sahin

Joao Moutinho

Keisuke Honda

Wide creative player that can dribble past players as an alternative to Silva or Nasri or a replacement for injuries.

Nasri and Silva are highly competent attacking midfielders that can narrow the lines and release the final ball for the strikers, but Man City could still benefit from an additional attacking midfielder that can stay wide, go past players and open up gaps when needed. Adam Johnson can perform this role but Mancini doesn’t seem to agree.

Shortlist

Iker Muniain

Nicolas Gaitan

Younes BelhandaProfile

Hulk

Arjen Robben

Mario Gotze

Jesus Navas

James Rodriguez

Manchester United

2011/12 Weaknesses

Considerably lower goal difference when compared to champions Manchester City, scoring less and conceding more than their title rivals.

Lack a pronounced creative or defensive presence in the centre of midfield.

Having to rely on Rooney for goals too often.

Transfers

In Kagawa, Powell

Out Park, Owen, Kuszczak

Kagawa is a rare talent, an attacking midfielder with a striker’s finish when in the opposition area, can open up defences by weaving past them at pace or by passing around them. Expect him to play just behind Rooney and displace Welbeck from the starting line-up.

Shopping List

Aggressive midfielder who can dominate the midfield area when needed.

Shortlist

Javi Martinez

Sandro

Arturo Vidal

Daniele De Rossi

Shopping List

Right back, who is comfortable going forward and can defend. This allows Rafael to work on his defending without excessive pressure to perform each week. A new right back would also be beneficial for Jones and Smalling who could then concentrate fully on a centre back role and learn the position.

Shortlist

Gregory van der Wiel

Ignazio Abate

Mathieu Debuchy – One of the best performing right backs at Euro 2012.

Joao Pereira

Andoni Iraola

Christian Maggio

Creative midfielder who can attempt to replace Scholes in the long term.

Shortlist

Luka Modric

Nuri Sahin

Yohan Cabaye

Joao Moutinho

Keisuke Honda

Giuliano

Hernanes

Fernandinho

World class strike partner that will compliment Rooney. As Rooney tends to want to drift around the area and is eager to be involved in build up play and Welbeck and Hernandez are very fast and energetic but also raw. Man United need a predatory presence that is fixed in the area and can be relied upon to get 20 a season minimum.

Shortlist

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

Leandro Damiao

Falcao

Robin van Persie

Newcastle

2011/12 Weaknesses

Very low goal difference considering their final league position

Conceded 51, more than any of the other top 8 teams.

Need to find more scorers than just Cisse, otherwise the team will get found out.

Transfers

In Amalfitano, Marveaux

Out Best, Guthrie, Smith

Pardew has signed two French creative midfielders that will aim to provide the service for Cisse and the other forwards, but the defence still looks suspect and Newcastle need another striker to take the burden off Cisse.

Shopping List

Experienced centre back.

Shortlist

Douglas

Naldo

Robert Huth

Ryan Shawcross

Brede Hangeland

Khalid Boulahrouz

Sebastien Bassong

Striker that can alternate with Cisse and Ba.

Shortlist

Seydou Doumbia

Loic Remy

Kevin Gameiro

Jermain Defoe

Alvaro Negredo

Lima

Lacina Traore

Defensively strong right back

Shortlist

Khalid Boulahrouz

Gregory van der Wiel

Jesus Gamez

Angel Rangel

Norwich

2011/12 Weaknesses

High scorers but conceded a lot, so need a better defence.

Transfers

In Snodgrass, Turner, Whittaker, Butterfield

Out Crofts, Drury, Whitbread, Wilbraham

Hughton seems to have immediately addressed Norwich’s problem area last season by picking up defenders Turner and Whittaker. Snodgrass is a player I’ve rated as Premier League quality for some time now so I’m certain he will prove an excellent addition. He’s exactly the sort of player Norwich should be targeting, Championship players that can make the step-up.

Shopping List

Centre back partner for Turner

Shortlist

Curtis Davies

Craig Dawson

Dedryck Boyata (loan)

Danny Wilson (loan)

Left back

Shortlist

Martin Olsson

Kyle Naughton (loan)

Greg Cunningham (loan)

Striker who can play off Holt.

Shortlist

Yakubu

Klasnic

Gio Dos Santos

Gary Hooper

Billy Sharp

QPR

2011/12 Weaknesses

Too many losses

Not enough wins

Very low scorers

Leaky defence

Transfers

In Diakite, Fabio (loan), Green, Hoilett, Johnson, Nelsen, Park

Out Buzsaky, Gabbidon, Hall, Ramage, Kenny, Helguson, Cook, Agyemang

Loftus Road needed a shake up and that’s exactly what’s transpired. Looking at the new squad and it certainly seems like it’s been upgraded in many key areas. The arrival of Hoilett and Park opens up a lot of options in midfield for Hughes helping the team combat and adapt to the potential threats of the opposition.

Shopping List

Proven Premier League centre back, as Nelsen and Hill are too old and Ferdinand and Onuoha aren’t natural defenders.

Shortlist

Curtis Davies

Roger Johnson

Scott Dann

David Wheater

Cisse has showed himself to be reliable in terms of scoring when needed but he needs a permanent partner as the other strikers at the club cannot be trusted to score regularly.

Shortlist

Romelu Lukaku (loan)

Shane Long

Steve Fletcher

Roque Santa Cruz

Burak Yilmaz

Matty Fryatt

Danny Graham

Ivan Klasnic

Reading

2011/12 Weaknesses

Only scored 69 goals last season in 46 league games, need an influx of attacking players added to the squad.

Transfers

In Gunter, Guthrie, Mariappa, McCleary, Pogrebnyak, Shorey

Out

Re-enforced defence, midfield and attack with some Premier League quality. Although it’s vital promoted teams have strikers who guarantee goals and I’m not sure Reading have that. Pogrebnyak is the only striker who may be able to get goals and yes he did do well in his short spell at Fulham last season, but throughout his career he’s been highly inconsistent.

Shopping List

Premier League quality striker

Shortlist

Matty Fryatt

Yakubu

Jordan Rhodes

Winger to match McAnuff on the opposite flank

Shortlist

Matt Jarvis

Matt Philips

Wilfried Zaha

Pete Whittingham

Chris Burke

Southampton

2011/12 Weaknesses

Conceded 46 goals from 46 Championship games, so will need a more resistant defence.

Transfers

In Clyne, Davis, Rodriguez

Out Harding, Connolly, Holmes, Jaidi

Atkins has signed two highly promising British youngsters who look to have the potential to be top Premier League talents and in Davis Southampton have acquired a creative midfield player whose all-round game I rate highly. Add these signings to the attacking talent already established at the club and I expect Southampton to potentially beat relegation if they can improve their defence.

Shopping List

Central Defenders

Shortlist

Curtis Davies

Craig Dawson

Dedryck Boyata (loan)

Danny Wilson (loan)

Roger Johnson

Scott Dann

David Wheater

Winger

Shortlist

Matt Phillips

Wilfried Zaha

Chris Burke

Lee Chung-Yong

Stoke City

2011/12 Weaknesses

Joint 2nd highest draws and lowest scorers in the whole league so need to get goalscorers to help elevate some of those draws into wins.

Conceded 53, will have to shore up the defence in order to finish higher than last season.

Transfers

In Ness, Kightly

Out Woodgate, Davies, Collins

The midfielders who have signed aren’t any better than those already at the club and Stoke still need a better natural striker. Jerome, Walters and Jones are very limited footballers who rely solely on their physical attributes. Pulis seems to favour signing British players, so any potential signings will mainly be from that region.

Shopping List

Defensively robust British left and right backs.

Shortlist

Martin Kelly (loan)

John Flanagan (loan)

Karl Naughton (loan)

Liam Ridgewell

Stephen Warnock

Tony Hibbert

Stoke completely lack any invention or creativity throughout midfield, so a signing is needed in that area.

Shortlist

David Dunn

Jamie O’Hara

Graham Dorrans

Jake Livermore

Chris Brunt

Lucas Biglia

Lee Chung-Yong

Hugo Viana

Pete Whittingham

Chris Burke

Julien Feret

Yossi Benayoun

Natural British striker.

Shortlist

Nicky Maynard

Shane Long

Simon Cox

Steve Fletcher

Craig Bellamy

Gary Hooper

Kris Boyd

Anthony Stokes

Micheal Owen

Yakubu

Jordan Rhodes

Matty Fryatt

DJ Campbell

Sunderland

2011/12 Weaknesses

Commendable defence but need to get more goals

High amount of draws, becoming more of a goal threat will help turn draws into wins.

Transfers

In Cuellar

Out Gordon, Gyan, McCartney, Turner

Shopping List

At least two strikers, preferably British as O’Neil favours buying from this region.

Shortlist

Gary Hooper

Danny Graham

Grant Holt

Steve Fletcher

Simon Cox

Shane Long

Kevin Doyle

Ivan Klasnic

Billy Sharp

Yakubu

Possible alternative foreign options

Seydou Doumbia

Lacina Traore

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Landon Donovan

Luuk de Jong

Left back is a very apparent weakness within the squad.

Shortlist

Erik Pieters

Stephen Warnock

Martin Olsson

Marek Cech

Reto Ziegler

Taye Taiwo (loan)

Kyle Naughton (loan)

Swansea

2011/12 Weaknesses

Despite being applauded for their high ball retention throughout last season Swansea didn’t convert enough of that possession into goals, so there is an obvious need to buy strikers.

Transfers

In Chico, Michu, de Guzman (loan)

Out Bodde, Donnelly

Swansea are intent to carry on Rodger’s Spanish influenced playing style, this is evident in the hiring of Micheal Laudrup who has a long playing and coaching history within Spain. In-turn Laudrup has also turned to Spain for his new recruitments. The new signings are all established names in Spain and fit-in with Swansea’s possession based game. de Guzman and Michu will offer improved creativity and goals from midfield and act as direct replacements for Sigurdsson and Allen.

Shopping List

A minimum of two strikers to kill off teams and give all their possession some penetration and conviction. One striker would be a direct replacement for Graham. The other needs to have pace and be adept positioned anywhere with-in a front 3, that way they can cover Sinclair and Dyer on the wings aswell as offer pace through the middle as an alternative to Graham.

Shortlist

Graham replacement.

Luuk de Jong

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Romelu Lukaku (loan)

Tomas Necid

Lacina Traore

Bas Dost

Steve Fletcher

Maxi Lopez

Marc Janko

Roque Santa Cruz

Pace and direct running

Gio Dos Santos – Perfect option, as he can play anywhere within a front 3 and has been nurtured playing the Spanish way.

Ryan Babel

Dani Pacheco (loan)

Jay Emmanuel-Thomas

Matt Jarvis

Tottenham

2011/12 2011/12 Weaknesses

It’s vital Spurs better their defensive record to have a chance of competing for a top 4 place again this season.

More goals need to be scored and shared out amongst the wingers, central midfield and strikers.

Lost too many at home by frequently failing to break through the defences of the lesser teams.

Transfers

In Sigurdsson, Vertonghen

Out Corluka, King, Kranjcar, Nelsen, Pienaar

Vertonghen is as good a replacement for King as Spurs could have hoped to get and should help facilitate Villas-Boas’s preference for instigating attacks from the back given his composure in possession and passing abilities.

Vertonghen at Ajax

Similarly Sigurdsson is the perfect understudy for van der Vaart, he offers the same talent for threading through balls, doesn’t quite have the same attacking positioning and finishing abilities of van der Vaart yet, but what he lacks there he more than makes up for with his highly explosive long range shooting. While on loan at Swansea last season he scored a very respectable 7 goals in 18 Premiership games from an attacking midfield position.

Sigurdsson at Swansea Player Profile

Shopping List

Need a new striker that can alternate or partner Adebayor when needed.

Shortlist

Falcao

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

Dimitar Berbatov – They say never go back, but you know how it is, sometimes you just can’t resist that ex girlfriend one last time! Berbatov was a joy at Spurs, I miss that.

Oscar Cardozo

Fernando Llorente

Leandro Damiao

Need wide players who can create for the strikers and alternate with Bale and Lennon.

Shortlist

Adam Johnson – Criminally under-used by England and Manchester City, a winger who can beat players, produce the final ball and boasts a venomous shot.

Nicolas Gaitan

Jesus Navas

Pedro Leon

Arda Turan

Milos Krasic

Hulk

Andre Ayew

James Rodriguez

Sidney Sam

Miroslav Stoch

Patrick Herrmann

Nene – Arguably PSG’s best player last season and they may be willing to sell him after all their marquee signings.

Nolito

Pablo Hernandez

New goalie as Cudicini and Friedel are old even after accounting for the fact goalkeepers can still perform to a high standard up to their late thirties.

Shortlist

Marc-Andre ter Stegen – One of Europe’s most promising young goalkeepers

Igor Akinfeev

Rui Patricio

Tim Krul

Michel Vorm

Thibaut Courtois

Diego Alves

Samir Handanovic

Modric replacement needed? Creative and composed central midfielder who can dictate possession and orchestrate offensive play.

Shortlist

Yohan Cabaye

Joao Moutinho – The ideal candidate as he played under Villas Boas at FC Porto and was one of the stand out midfielders during Euro 2012.

Keisuke Honda

Milan Badelj

Christian Eriksen

Theo Janssen – Cheaper option who could perform the role.

Giuliano

Alex Teixeira

Nurin Sahin

West Brom

2011/12 2011/12 Weaknesses

Too many losses.

Low scorers, scored less than Bolton and Blackburn, both of who were relegated.

Transfers

In El Ghanassy, Foster, Rosenberg, Yacob

Out Andrews, Fulop, Mattock, Shorey, Tchoyi

Shopping List

Proven Premiership striker

Shortlist

Yakubu

Steve Fletcher

Grant Holt

Gio Dos Santos

Roque Santa Cruz

Romelu Lukaku(loan)

West Ham

2011/12 Weaknesses

Poor at home last season, only winning 11 games out of 23.

Transfers

In Collins, Diame, Jaaskelainen, McCartney, Maiga

Out Barrera, Green, Nouble, Sears, Morrison (loan)

There’s a complete lack of pace in the wide midfielders at the club, so a signing is needed there and upgrade is needed at right back and central striker.

Shopping List

A striker who is a significant physical and aerial threat, able to play the “Kevin Davies” role that is so pivotal to Allardyce’s aerially focused playing style, Cole isn’t good enough to perform this role at Premier League level.

Shortlist

Hugo Almeida

Mdame N’Doye

Lacina Traore

Romelu Lukaku (loan)

Steve Fletcher

Marc Janko

Luuk de Jong

Wide midfielder with pace and crossing ability to fully capitalise on West Ham’s favoured aerial approach.

Shortlist

Matt Jarvis

Lee Chung-Yong

Ricardo Quaresma – Although it seems a weird suggestion initially, Allardyce does have a penchant for trying to revive the dismantled careers of foreign players and Quaresma needs rescuing more than most.

Chris Burke

Matt Phillips

Wilfried Zaha

Gio Dos Santos

Sotiris Ninis

Aiden McGeady

Ryad Boudebouz

Physically dominating right back

Shortlist

Khalid Boulahrouz

Ronald Zubar

Carl Jenkinson (loan)

Anthony vanden Borre

Wigan

2011/12 Weaknesses

2nd lowest scorers

One of the Premiership’s worst defences, but Martinez’s change in formation and decision to field three centre backs did help consolidate the defence during the second half of last season.

Transfers

In Ramis, Fyvie

Out Diame, Kirkland, Rodallega

Wigan’s lack of goals last season points to an immediate need for strikers who will convert chances into goals.

Shopping List

Proven finishers.

Shortlist

Gary Hooper

Gio dos Santos

Romelu Lukaku (loan)

Dani Pacheco (loan)

Yakubu

Kevin Doyle

Micheal Owen

Matty Fryatt

Daniel Guiza

Jordan Rhodes

Roque Santa Cruz

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