Transfer Window, 14th of June to 1st of September, Premier League and League Championship

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This summer transfer window is closed in England and most other countries in Europe. The amount of money used is far above all expectations and has flown to a level few or no one would have imagined with most moves predicted before they happen.

A number of journalists are now part of the picture, said to be phoned up by players and indirecty could be involved in a move. Fabrizio Romano is one name that often is mentioned regarding transfers, and his work and information gathering could see a new face of transfers going forward.

Looking at the different clubs and what happened this summer, you have a lot of interesting moves to talk about. Arsenal made moves that looks exciting in Kai Havertz, Jurrien Timber and Declan Rice. Good additions that hopefully will help Mikel Arteta in his chase and challenge of Man City.

Brighton also looks to have the correct connections, being able to pull off a loan move for Ansu Fati from Barcelona. Fati (20) will spend this season at The Amex and hopefully enjoying his time at a club that this season will be involved in Europe for the first time. The Seagulls will be involved in Europa League, having Ajax, Marseille and AEK Athens in their group.

Liverpool will be in a bit of transition at this point, but very interesting to follow their path with new recruits Alexis MacAllister, Wataru Endro, Ryan Gravenbach and Dominik Szoboszlai.

Manchester City will also go into the season with new and fresh faces, following last summer’s super arrival of Erling Haaland. Matheus Nunes (Wolves) and Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea) as the two major signings as well as bringing in Josko Gvardiol (RB Leipzig) and Jeremy Doko (Rennes).

Manchester United also looks interesting as a number of new faces will be exciting to follow. Goalkeeper Andre Onana from Inter will be replacing David de Gea. Mason Mount coming in from Chelsea. with late arrival from Spurs, Serigo Reguilon as one to count.

In League Championship, Leicester are seen as a favourite to return to the best party, doing a number of moves in and out, with James Maddison a clear top transfer, being sold to Tottenham, as well as seeing Harvey Barnes leaving for Newcastle. Spurs have also signed Brennan Johnson from Forest. Harry Winks and Conor Coady are two major moves for Leicester also adding Turkish international Yunus from Galatasaray on loan.

Dean Henderson left Man Utd to join Roy Hodgson and his project at Crystal Palace. West Ham looks exciting with the addition for Edson Alvarez and James Word Prowse, also added Konstantinos Mavropanos from Stuttgart and Mohammed Kudus coming in from Ajax.

Nottingham Forest and Steve Cooper, do their weeling and dealing, to keep climbing having a special mix of footballers, coming in and going out. A very interesting project to follow as they makes a special blend. New faces this summer are Chris Wood (Newcastle), Anthony Elanga (Man Utd), Matt Turner (Arsenal), Ola Aina (Torino), Divock Origi (AC Milan) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea).

To take a deeper dive into a very busy transfer window, never miss out on our live updates and links to the best sites of football news and information.


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