Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Premier League done deals: Every completed transfer in 2023 summer window – Arsenal land Rice as Mount joins Manchester United

Premier League clubs are currently busy in the transfer market, with a lot of activity expected during this summer window. In January, clubs spent over £800 million, breaking the previous record. This, combined with the £1.9 billion spent in the previous summer, indicates that fans can anticipate more big-money transfers in the coming weeks.

Let’s take a look at the latest transfer news from some of the top-flight clubs:

– Declan Rice [West Ham] for £105 million
– Kai Havertz [Chelsea] for £65 million
– Jurrien Timber [Ajax] for £38 million

– Granit Xhaka [Bayer Leverkusen] for £21 million
– Pablo Mari [AC Monza] for £6 million
– Nikolaj Moller [FC St. Gallen] (undisclosed)
– Mazeed Ogungbo [Barrow] (undisclosed)
– Mauro Bandeira [Colchester United] (loan)
– Ainsley Maitland-Niles [Released]
– Matt Smith [Released]
– Joel Ideho [Released]
– George Lewis [Released]
– Tom Smith [Released]
– Zach Awe [Released]
– Kaleel Green [Released]
– Alexandar Kovacevic [Released]
– Tino Quamina [Released]
– Mathaeus Roberts [Released]

Aston Villa:
– Pau Torres [Villarreal] for £35 million
– Youri Tielemans [Leicester] (free)
– Rico Richards [West Brom] (free)

– Kaine Kesler-Hayden [Plymouth Argyle] (loan)
– Ashley Young [Everton] (free)
– Declan Frith [Released]
– Hayden Lindley [Released]
– Arjan Raikhy [Released]
– Ruben Shakpoke [Released]
– Myles Sohna [Released]
– Jed Steer [Released]
– Brad Young [Released]

– Justin Kluivert [Roma] (undisclosed)
– Romain Faivre [Lyon] (undisclosed, sent on loan to Lorient)
– Hamed Traore [Sassuolo] for £20 million

– Siriki Dembele [Birmingham] (undisclosed)
– Jefferson Lerma [Crystal Palace] (free)
– Jack Stacey [Norwich City] (free)
– Ben Pearson [Stoke] (undisclosed)
– Will Dennis [Kilmarnock] (loan)
– Junior Stanislas [Released]
– Josh Popoola [Released]
– Tarik Gidaree [Released]
– Matthew Burgess [Released]
– Christopher Francis [Released]
– Brooklyn Genesini [Released]

– Nathan Collins [Wolves] for £23 million
– Kevin Schade [Freiburg] for £22 million
– Mark Flekken [Freiburg] for £11 million
– Kim Ji-soo [Seongnam] (undisclosed)
– Ethan Brierley [Rochdale] (undisclosed)
– Romeo Beckham [Inter Miami] (undisclosed)
– Erion Zabeli [Oxford United] (free)

– Pontus Jansson [Malmo] (free)
– Daniel Oyegoke [Bradford] (loan)
– Fin Stevens [Oxford] (loan)
– Alex Gilbert [Middlesbrough] (free)
– Saman Ghoddos [Released]
– Tariqe Fosu [Released]
– Joel Valencia [Released]
– J’Neil Bennett [Released]
– Lachlan Brook [Released]
– Nico Jones [Released]
– Roco Rees [Released]
– Roy Syla [Released]
– Lucias Vine [Released]

– Mahmoud Dahoud [Borussia Dortmund] (free)
– Joao Pedro [Watford] for £30 million
– James Milner [Liverpool] (free)
– Bart Verbruggen [Anderlecht] for £16.3 million

– Alexis Mac Allister [Liverpool] for £55 million
– Antef Tsoungui [Feyenoord] (undisclosed)
– Taylor Richards [Queens Park Rangers] (undisclosed)
– Kjell Scherpen [Sturm Graz] (loan)
– Abdallah Sima [Rangers] (loan)
– James Beadle [Oxford United] (loan)
– Toby Bull [Released]
– Billie Clark [Released]
– Matthew Everitt [Released]
– Teddy Jenks [Forest Green] (free)
– Todd Miller [Released]
– Sam Packham [Released]
– Haydon Roberts [Released]
– Casey Gabriel-Shann [Released]
– Jack Spong [Released]
– Fynn Talley [Released]
– Lorent Tolaj [Released]
– Antef Tsoungui [Released]
– Ben Wilson [Released]

– Jordan Beyer [Borussia Monchengladbach]

Please note that the above information is subject to change as the transfer window progresses.In the latest transfer news, here are the updates for some of the top football clubs:

Borussia Monchengladbach has made undisclosed signings, including Dara O’Shea from West Brom, Lawrence Vigouroux from Leyton Orient, and Michael Obafemi from Swansea.

Chelsea has been active in the transfer market, bringing in several new players. Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig for £52m, Nicolas Jackson from Villarreal for £32m, Kendry Paez from Independiente del Valle, Dujuan Richards from Phoenix All Stars Academy, Angelo Gabriel from Santos, Alex Matos from Norwich, Diego Moreira from Benfica, and Ishe Samuels-Smith from Everton have all joined the club. On the other hand, they have also seen some key players leave, such as Kai Havertz to Arsenal for £65m, Mason Mount to Manchester United for £55m, Christian Pulisic to AC Milan for £20m, Mateo Kovacic to Manchester City for £30m, and Ruben Loftus-Cheek to AC Milan for £15m.

Crystal Palace has signed Jefferson Lerma from Bournemouth on a free transfer. Meanwhile, Rob Street has left the club to join Cheltenham.

Everton has secured the services of Ashley Young from Aston Villa on a free transfer. However, they have also seen Ellis Simms leave for Coventry for £7m. Yerry Mina and Andros Townsend have been released, while Niels Nkounkou has joined Saint-Etienne for an undisclosed fee.

Fulham has re-signed Willian, and they have also witnessed Shane Duffy move to Norwich on a free transfer. Kieron Bowie has joined Northampton Town on loan, and Ibane Bowat has gone to TSV Hartberg on loan. Joe Bryan, Thorsteinn Antonsson, Paulo Gazzaniga, Sonny Hilton, Sylvester Jasper, Neeskens Kebano, Ziyad Larkeche, Jonathon Page, Steven Sessegnon, and Jean-Pierre Tiéhi have all been released.

Liverpool has made two significant signings, bringing in Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton for £35m and Dominik Szoboszlai from RB Leipzig for £60m. On the other hand, they have loaned out Rhys Williams to Aberdeen, Calvin Ramsay to Preston North End, Sepp van den Berg to Mainz, and Fabio Carvalho to RB Leipzig. Roberto Firmino has left the club to join Al-Ahli, and James Milner has been released. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has also been released, while Naby Keita has moved to Werder Bremen on a free transfer. Jack Bearne, Liam Hughes, Oscar Kelly, Fidel O’Rourke, and Oludare Olufunwa have all been released. Leighton Clarkson has joined Aberdeen for an undisclosed fee, and Harvey Davies and Owen Beck have been loaned out to Crewe Alexandra and Dundee FC, respectively. Anderson Arroyo has also been loaned out to FC Andorra.

Luton Town has made some notable signings, including Tahith Chong from Birmingham for £4m, Mads Andersen from Barnsley for an undisclosed fee, and Chiedozie Ogbene on a free transfer from Rotherham United.

These are just a few of the transfers that have taken place recently. The football world is always buzzing with activity during the transfer window, and fans eagerly await the impact these new signings will have on their respective clubs.


Harry Isted [Charlton] Free

Sonny Bradley [Derby] Free

Henri Lansbury [Released]

Elliot Thorpe [Shrewsbury Town] Loan

Jack Walton [Dundee United] Loan

Tahith Chong is back in the Premier LeagueGetty

Manchester City


Mateo Kovacic [Chelsea] £30m

Spike Brits [AFC Wimbledon] Undisclosed


Ilkay Gundogan [Barcelona] Free

Shea Charles [Southampton] £15m

Terrell Agyemang [Middlesbrough] Free

Rowan McDonald [Released]

Benjamin Mendy [Released]

Morgan Rogers [Middlesbrough] Undisclosed

Kian Breckin [Wycombe] Loan

Liam Delap [Hull City] Loan

Callum Doyle [Leicester] Loan

Gundogan was crying with Guardiola after Man City’s FA Cup triumphGetty

Manchester United


Mason Mount [Chelsea] £55m

Jonny Evans [Leicester] Free


David de Gea [Released]

Zidane Iqbal [Utrecht] £850,000

Ethan Laird [Birmingham City] Undisclosed

Ethan Galbraith [Leyton Orient] Free

Phil Jones [Released]

Axel Tuanzebe [Released]

Di’Shon Bernard [Released]

Eric Hanbury [Released]

Charlie Wellens [Released]

Manni Norkett [Released]

Mount has been awarded the No. 7 shirtGetty



Sandro Tonali [AC Milan] £52m

Yankuba Minteh [Odense Boldklub] Undisclosed


Chris Wood [Nottingham Forest] £15m

Matty Bondswell [Newport] Loan

Niall Brookwell [Released]

Ciaran Clark [Released]

Dan Langley [Released]

Matty Longstaff [Released]

Josh Stewart [Released]

Isaac Westendorf [Released]

Tonali is officially a Newcastle playerGetty

Nottingham Forest


Chris Wood [Newcastle] £15m

Manni Norkett [Man United] Free


Will Swan [Mansfield] Undisclosed

Jack Colback [Released]

Andre Ayew [Released]

Cafu [Rotherham] Free

Jesse Lingard [Released]

Jordan Smith [Released]

Lyle Taylor [Released]

Billy Fewster [Released]

Alex Gibson-Hammond [Released]

Ryan Hammon [Released]

Nicky Hogarth [Released]

Adnan Kanuric [Released]

Lewis Salmon [Released]

Lingard failed to score a single Premier League goal for ForestGetty

Sheffield United


Anis Slimane [Brondby] Undisclosed


George Broadbent [Doncaster Rovers] Undisclosed

Jake Eastwood [Grimsby Town] Undisclosed

Harry Boyes [Wycombe] Loan

Jack O’Connell [Released]

Billy Sharp [Released]

Enda Stevens [Stoke] Free

Kyron Gordon [Released]



James Maddison [Leicester City] £40m

Manor Solomon [Shakhtar Donetsk] Free

Guglielmo Vicario [Empoli] Undisclosed

Dejan Kulusevski [Juventus] Undisclosed


Harry Winks [Leicester] £10m

Lucas Moura [Released]

Jamie Bowden [Released]

Kallum Cesay [Released]

Malachi Fagan-Walcott [Released]

Marqes Muir [Released]

Maddison is the latest arrival at SpursGetty

West Ham


Sean Moore [Cliftonville] Undisclosed


Declan Rice [Arsenal] £105m

Manuel Lanzini [Released]

Arthur Masuaku [Besiktas] £2m

Brian Kinnear [Released]

Mipo Odubeko [Released]

Armstrong Okoflex [Released]



Boubacar Traore [Metz] £9.5m

Tom King [Northampton Town] Free


Ruben Neves [Al-Hilal] £47m

Nathan Collins [Brentford] £23m

Conor Coady [Leicester] £8.5m

Tyler Roberts [Doncaster] Loan

Adama Traore [Released]

Jeong Sang-bin [Minnesota United] Undisclosed

Hayao Kawabe [Standard Liege] Undisclosed

Joao Moutinho [Released]

Diego Costa [Released]

Michael Agboola [Released]

Lee Harkin [Released]

Luke Matheson [Released]

Taylor Perry [Released]

Jack Scott [Released]

Adama Traore scored twice in 34 matches for Wolves last seasonGetty


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The 2023 summer transfer window has now finished, with the teams in the Premier League having made a flurry of moves in the most expensive month of the season. But which teams made the most impact?

Arsenal was one of the most active clubs in the transfer window, signing top midfielder Declan Rice from West Ham to bolster their midfield. Rice was an influential playmaker in the Hammers’ midfield last season, and he will bring much-needed dynamism to the Arsenal ranks. They have also signed left-back Tyler Renton from Southampton to fill a hole on the left side of the defence, and young defender Karlos Asquez from Spanish side Real Betis.

Elsewhere, Manchester United have continued their squad overhaul by signing midfielder Mason Mount from Chelsea. The 21-year old has become a key player for the Blues over the past two seasons and will bring much-needed creativity and goal threat to Old Trafford. They have also added to their attacking department, with the signing of Turkish forward Volkan Ozdil from Besiktas and the emergence of Croatian sensation Zlatko Jadric from relegation-threatened Norwich City.

Liverpool have been relatively quiet in the transfer window, with their most notable move being the signing of England forward Dean Finch from Fulham. Finch becomes the latest star to move from the Cottagers, as Liverpool hope he can bring goals to their title-winning team. They have also snapped up young goalkeeper Alistair Shields from Championship side Sheffield United.

Manchester City have also strengthened their squad, with their biggest signing being Spanish midfielder Sergio Ramirez. Ramirez is a key part of Spain’s current side and will add a real spark to City’s creative lineup. They have also signed hotly-tipped goalkeeper Sam Hart from Southampton as well as veteran defenders Danny Rose and Javi Lascelles.

All in all, the Premier League clubs have done a lot of business this window strengthening squads, setting up teams for a potentially explosive 2023/24 season. With the talent on show in the Premier League, it should prove to be one of the most gripping campaigns ever.

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