Perfect fit for the summer signing each Premier League club should target.

Aston Villa: Leon Bailey

Aston Villa's pursuit of Leon Bailey is progressing, and the prospect of the Bayer Leverkusen winger playing up alongside Jack Grealish and Emiliano Buendia is tantalizing. Moreover, even if Grealish leaves, Bailey would be an excellent successor for the Villa captain. He is coming off his greatest season to date, with 18 goal involvements, nine goals, and nine assists in the Bundesliga. Furthermore, last season, Bailey completed more dribbles than any other player in the Bundesliga.

Wolves: Javi Galán

Given Jonny's and Marcal's injury problems, Wolves may consider recruiting a new left-back before the transfer window closes. They won't have a free hand in signing Huesca's Javi Galán, but they should go all out to sign the 25-year-old. Further, last season, he was a standout player in Spain, earning a spot in our La Liga team of the year. 

Galan was fourth in Europe's top five leagues in terms of completed dribbles (121), and he also completed 77.2 percent of his attempted tackles.

Manchester United: Wilfred Ndidi

Manchester United will be content with nothing less than a serious title push this season, but it is unlikely until Ole Gunnar Solskjr signs a defensive midfielder. At this point in the transfer window, a move for Wilfred Ndidi is doubtful, but he is the ideal midfield destroyer required. Moreover, at this point in the transfer window, a move for Wilfred Ndidi is doubtful, but he is the ideal midfield destroyer required. 

Last season, Ndidi averaged more tackles per game (3.7) than any other player in the Premier League, and he is one of the finest players in his position in the league. Further, the arrival of Boubakary Soumaré at Leicester implies that the Foxes are aware that they will not be able to keep hold of Ndidi for much longer.

Manchester City: Harry Kane

It's a big difference between wanting Harry Kane and signing him from Tottenham. It will be difficult to reach an agreement with Daniel Levy, but Manchester City requires his services. Sergio Agüero is no longer with the team, and Gabriel Jesus has done nothing to suggest he can securely take his spot in the long run. 

Moreover Last season, Kane has the most goals of 23, as well as the most assists (14), in the Premier League, becoming the first player to achieve so in a single season since Andy Cole in 1993-94. For the sixth time in his career, he surpassed the 20-goal milestone in the league.

Chelsea: Danny Ings

Chelsea is likely to succeed in their pursuit of Erling Haaland this season, but they are aware that he has a release clause that will be activated next summer. It would be unwise to invest a lot of money in another striker this summer, but that should not stop them. Moreover, Danny Ings, who has a year left on his present contract, could be a viable choice. With seven penalties, Jorginho was Chelsea's leading scorer in the league last season. Only Harry Kane (41) Mo Salah (41) and Jamie Vardy (38) have scored more Premier League goals than Ings (34) in the last two seasons.

Arsenal: Bernardo Silva

Arsenal should put another midfielder at the top of their priority list. Arsenal is short even after the signing of teenager Albert Sambi Lokonga from Anderlecht, with Granit Xhaka due to go, Dani Ceballos and Martin Degaard both back at Real Madrid, and Matteo Guendouzi out on loan. 

Moreover, Manuel Locatelli appears to be staying in Italy, therefore Arsenal should look into other options. Manchester City wants to sell Bernardo Silva to fund their transfers, but given the current financial scenario, offers from outside the country are doubtful. Further, Mikel Arteta should use his City connections to persuade the versatile Silva to relocate south.

Liverpool: Dani Olmo

Jürgen Klopp has had a difficult summer thus far. He's been told he'll have to sell before he can buy, and those sales are taking longer than anticipated. With Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi on the move, another attacker will be needed before the start of the new season. Moreover, Versatility will be crucial, which is why Dani Olmo is a wonderful fit for Liverpool. He could fix a lot of problems for the squad because he can play several roles in midfield and attack. Further, he has the work ethic to match, finishing second in Europe's top five leagues in terms of offensive third possession won (41).