With so many high profile signings this summer, the attacking lineups of some of Europe’s best are truly devastating.

But who has the best?

 

The Previous Best: Barcelona

Once unstoppable with Neymar, Suarez and Messi running riot, the Barcelona front 3 has taken a hit. With Messi and Suarez slightly older in a bad way and Neymar gone, this attack isn’t as feared as it once was.

However with the signing of Dembele, the Barcelona attack has added a good replacement for Neymar and still have a potentially 100 plus goal front 3 for the season ahead.

 

Galacticos: Real Madrid

Whenever you see Benzema, Ronaldo and Bale lining up in front of you, fear is just one negative emotion that will run through the head of a defender.

This front 3 are probably the most powerful in world football and maybe even possess the most experience in terms of getting the job done.

 

The New Pretenders: PSG

On everyone’s lips at the moment is the potential front 3 of PSG. Some people are saying Cavani, Mbappe and Neymar, whilst others are saying Di Maria should come in for Cavani in a front 3 built on blistering pace. Either way this attack is young, menacing and has something to prove.

 

The Young Guns: Manchester City

Manchester City have 5 of the most exciting players in the world that they can put into their front 3. With Gabriel Jesus, Sane, Bernardo Silva, Sterling and Aguero, City have options.

One option is a front 3 with an average age of 21 featuring B.Silva, Sane and Jesus. This is surely the best young attack in the world.

 

The Forgotten 3: Chelsea

Not many people consider Chelsea to have the world’s best front 3, but just take a look at who they can call upon. Pedro, Willian, Hazard, Costa and Morata.

All of these players are proven, have won trophies and are still playing at their best.

 

The Dark Horses: Atletico Madrid

Carrasco, Griezmann and Koke are as good as any. With pace, ability and goals, there won’t be any defenses that look forward to taking on this front 3.

 

The Mix & Match: Bayern Munich

With such an unbelievable squad, Bayern don’t really know who their best front 3 is. Therefore they’re likely to mix it up throughout the year.

They can call upon J Rodriguez, Lewandowski, Robben, Coman, Ribery and Muller this year, making them resourceful.

 

The Consistent 3: Juventus

Juve always go under the radar until they make it to the Champions League later rounds and everyone realises how good they truly are.

This season they have Douglas Costa, Dybala, Higuain, Mandzukic, Moise Kean and Cuadrado as options. Higuain, Dybala and D. Costa you’d have to say is probabaly the best front 3 they can produce and certainly fearsome.

 

So with all of the evidence, who’s the best?

In our opinion it’s between PSG, Barcelona and Real Madrid, with Barcelona slightly edging it. Messi and Suarez are still 2 of the greats, they have something to prove this year and Dembele isn’t that much worse than Neymar.

For us this is enough to still list Barcelona as having the best front 3 in world football.

With so many high profile signings this summer, the attacking lineups of some of Europe's best are truly devastating.

But who has the best?

 

The Previous Best: Barcelona

Once unstoppable with Neymar, Suarez and Messi running riot, the Barcelona front 3 has taken a hit. With Messi and Suarez slightly older in a bad way and Neymar gone, this attack isn't as feared as it once was.

However with the signing of Dembele, the Barcelona attack has added a good replacement for Neymar and still have a potentially 100 plus goal front 3 for the season ahead.

 

Galacticos: Real Madrid

Whenever you see Benzema, Ronaldo and Bale lining up in front of you, fear is just one negative emotion that will run through the head of a defender.

This front 3 are probably the most powerful in world football and maybe even possess the most experience in terms of getting the job done.

 

The New Pretenders: PSG

On everyone's lips at the moment is the potential front 3 of PSG. Some people are saying Cavani, Mbappe and Neymar, whilst others are saying Di Maria should come in for Cavani in a front 3 built on blistering pace. Either way this attack is young, menacing and has something to prove.

 

The Young Guns: Manchester City

Manchester City have 5 of the most exciting players in the world that they can put into their front 3. With Gabriel Jesus, Sane, Bernardo Silva, Sterling and Aguero, City have options.

One option is a front 3 with an average age of 21 featuring B.Silva, Sane and Jesus. This is surely the best young attack in the world.

 

The Forgotten 3: Chelsea

Not many people consider Chelsea to have the world's best front 3, but just take a look at who they can call upon. Pedro, Willian, Hazard, Costa and Morata.

All of these players are proven, have won trophies and are still playing at their best.

 

The Dark Horses: Atletico Madrid

Carrasco, Griezmann and Koke are as good as any. With pace, ability and goals, there won't be any defenses that look forward to taking on this front 3.

 

The Mix & Match: Bayern Munich

With such an unbelievable squad, Bayern don't really know who their best front 3 is. Therefore they're likely to mix it up throughout the year.

They can call upon J Rodriguez, Lewandowski, Robben, Coman, Ribery and Muller this year, making them resourceful.

 

The Consistent 3: Juventus

Juve always go under the radar until they make it to the Champions League later rounds and everyone realises how good they truly are.

This season they have Douglas Costa, Dybala, Higuain, Mandzukic, Moise Kean and Cuadrado as options. Higuain, Dybala and D. Costa you'd have to say is probabaly the best front 3 they can produce and certainly fearsome.

 

So with all of the evidence, who's the best?

In our opinion it's between PSG, Barcelona and Real Madrid, with Barcelona slightly edging it. Messi and Suarez are still 2 of the greats, they have something to prove this year and Dembele isn't that much worse than Neymar.

For us this is enough to still list Barcelona as having the best front 3 in world football.