Following on from who has been worth the money spent on them so far this Premier League campaign, here's our take on who hasn't performed like they'd been expected to when they signed in the summer.
Marouane Fellaini (Manchester United) £27m from Everton -
All the rumours and speculation in the summer ended late on transfer deadline day with the Belgian joining former boss David Moyes at Old Trafford. It seems like a waste of time and money so far for United fans with Fellaini showing little of the ability and quality that made him a fan favourite at Goodison Park.
Ricky van Wolfswinkel (Norwich City) £8.5m from Sporting Lisbon -
Goals are expected of the Dutchman but are hard to come by so far. He's made eight appearances in the league, scoring just once against Everton on the opening day of the season. May find it tough to get back in the team past Gary Hooper who has now returned from injury.
Iago Aspas (Liverpool) £7.6m from Celta Vigo (pictured above) -
The Spanish forward is currently out with a thigh injury but didn't look like a Premier League player in his first six appearances for the club. Was used to cover for the suspended Luis Suarez at the start of the season but failed to make an impact and will struggle to find a way to get past the Uruguayan and his strike partner Daniel Sturridge.
Jonjo Shelvey (Swansea City) £6m from Liverpool -
Will it ever happen in the top flight for the youngster? He didn't do enough at Anfield to merit starts and he now sees Swansea as his big opportunity. After starting the opening games of the season and scoring against his old club, his form has dipped and is having to impress from the bench.
Jozy Altidore (Sunderland) £6m from AZ Alkmaar -
It didn't happen for the American striker in his previous Premier League stint with Hull and it doesn't look like it's going to work out in the north-east. Scored plenty of goals in the Dutch Eredivisie but has failed to open his league account for the Black Cats in his first eight appearances.
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