Shaping up to be a really good season in Spain. Atletico keeping Griezmann, Diego Costa more settled in and adding two big players in Lemar and Gelson Martins who will add pace and creativity going forward which they never really had before other than Griezmann all their other players even full-backs were more slower hardworking players now they have genuine pace for the counter if they need it. Barcelona have signed Lenglet, Vidal, Arthur, Malcom and have Rafinha back who was very good for them before although remains to be seen if they keep him around. Good additions considering they've only really lost Iniesta and Paulinho. Real Madrid without Ronaldo may be better to watch also, takes a bit of pressure off Marcelo, Casemiro, Isco, Modric and Kroos and may see them being a little better defensively and more assured in possession. The new manager seems more of a real manager too so may attempt to give Real more of a team style for years they've just looked like 10 guys on a park and Ronaldo with the 10 trying to cover for him and set him up but no real tactical style or style of play about them. Valencia showed good improvement last season also, not really 'back' to being a good team yet but better than they have been in 5 years or so, they don't have Guedes back who was one of their best players but might get him.