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Transfer window closed, the major deadline deals

DATE: 01.09.2016 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWSDESK

There could be moves still happening with other european transfer windows still open, but for now England is closed
 

Many clubs had their buying and selling done, but a few managed to bring in and load off a number of players during a hectical end to a window system that makes it look "idiotic".

As teams prepared for international games, players are flying around, leaving their camps and trying to settle new deals and move on to new clubs all around Europe. This is no good, and tells a story of a system that is totally out of controll.

Before the window system, clubs could buy and sell as the wanted, and players were not sitting around in airports waiting for clubs to buy them. The fact that the window is open even after the season has started is even worse, so there must be changes made.
 

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Transfers have always been a dilemma in football, but it is part of the game and will always be, the point is to regulate the movements in a better way and hopefully make it easier for clubs to have a bit more controll, at least over players still under contract.

A number of players often hand in transfer requests, and if they are accepted then ok, but if not, go back to your work and do what you are supposed to. A number of moves went through and some clubs came late into the transfer market this summer and made their moves.

Stoke City could have done a number of good signings at the end, bringing in Wimmer from Tottenham and Martins Indi from Porto. They have also landed a player named Darren Fletcher, who did well at West Bromwich and can do the same at Stoke.
 

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Man Utd and Man City are both winners in transfers this summer, doing the business needed and really looking "ready to go". Chelsea made a few strange signings and bringing in Danny Drinkwater from Leicester, for a fantasy fee of 35 million, looks strange.

Tottenham will be fine, they sold Walker to Man City, but has late in the window brought in great quality in Sanchez, Llorente and Aurier. Interesting to see how Spurs will manage this season, exciting days coming up.

Liverpool are also winners this summer. Chamberlain is a good signing, Salah looks the same. Robertson and Solanke are also exciting new names. Anfield will be a fun place to be during the season.

You can look up all the PL transfers, enter here, and below you can find a list of the most exciting moves late in the window.
 
 

MAJOR "DEADLINE DAY" TRANSFERSROM

TO

PREDICTION

 

NAME

POSITION

FROM

TO

FEE

 

Danny Drinkwater

Midfield

Leicester City

Chelsea

35 million

 

Mamadou Sakho

Defender

Liverpool

Crystal Palace

25 million

 

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Midfield

Arsenal

Liverpool

35 million

 

Kevin Wimmer

Defender

Tottenham Hotspur

Stoke City

18 million

 

Fernando Llorente

Forward

Swansea City

Tottenham Hotspur

 

Davide Zappacosta

Defender

Torino

Chelsea

 

Wilfred Bony

Forward

Manchester City

Swansea City

 

Nicola Vlasic

Midfield

Hajduk Split

Everton


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