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Ranking each Premier League club’s summer transfer window so far

By Muhammad Butt

Published: 15:45, 6 August 2022

The summer transfer window is in full swing.

As July nears its end, we have a summer where some big changes have shaped up in the transfer market, and there are big changes that are yet to happen too.

We’ve ranked every single Premier League club by the quality of their transfer window so far, taking into consideration only confirmed transfers. This ranking will change until the window closes, but for now, things stand like this:

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20. Bournemouth

The Cherries are back in the Premier League under Scott Parker but it remains to be seen how well they’ll do, with three new signings made so far – £10m on Marcus Tavernier being their only spending. Maybe they feel they had a Premier League-ready squad last season. Time will tell.

Players In:

  • Joe Rothwell from Blackburn (free)
  • Ryan Fredricks from West Ham (free)
  • Marcus Tavernier from Middlesbrough (£10m)

Players Out:

  • Gary Cahill (released)
  • Gavin Kilkenny to Stoke (loan)
  • Robbie Brady to Preston (free)
  • Sam Sherring to Northampton (undisclosed)
  • Zeno Ibsen Rossi to Cambridge United (undisclosed)

19. Leicester

The Foxes are standing still for the most part, which did make sense since with a clean bill of health their squad is very good and should do better than last year. But on the other hand they were already showing signs of stagnation in 2021/22 and have let Kasper Schmeichel move to Nice, so this probably isn’t the best approach. They’re now the only Premier League club yet to sign a player.

Players In:

  • None

Players Out:

  • Tyrese Shade to Swindon (free)
  • Vontae Daley-Campbell to Cardiff (free)
  • Eldin Jakupovic (released)
  • Jacob Wakeling to Swindon Town (free)
  • Khanya Leshabela to Crewe (loan)
  • Ben Nelson to Rochdale (loan)
  • Kasper Schmeichel to Nice (£1m)

18. Everton

Frank Lampard’s side survived relegation by the skin of their teeth and yet they haven’t significantly (or even insignificantly) added to their squad. Yerry Mina should be fitter this season but given the £50m departure of Richarlison, it feels like they will need more in attack even if Dwight McNeil is dangerously underrated.

Players In:

  • James Tarkowski from Burnley (free)
  • Ruben Vinagre from Sporting (loan)
  • Dwight McNeil from Burnley (£20m)

Players Out:

  • Jonjoe Kenny to Hertha Berlin (free)
  • Cenk Tosun to Besiktas (free)
  • Fabian Delph (released)
  • Gylfi Sigurdsson (released)
  • Ellis Simms to Sunderland (lona)
  • Richarlison to Tottenham (£50m)
  • Jarrad Branthwaite to PSV (loan)
  • Ryan Astley to Accrington Stanley (loan)
  • Joao Virginia to SC Cambuur (loan)
  • Harry Tyrer to Chester (loan)
  • Tyler Onyago to Burton (loan)
  • Lewis Dobbin to Derby (loan)

17. Wolves

In 2021/22 Wolves appeared better than they were because José Sa had a miracle season where he prevented 8.7 goals, by far the most in the league (Alisson was next with 2.1 goals prevented). Sa won’t do that again and Wolves have just added Nathan Collins to their defence, aside from making Hwang Hee-chan’s move permanent but that was agreed in January. It’s not good.

Players In:

  • Nathan Collins from Burnley (£20.5m)

Players Out:

  • Ruben Vinagre to Sporting (£8.5m)
  • Ryan Giles to Middlesbrough (loan)
  • Ki-Jana Hoever to PSV (loan)
  • Romain Saiss to Besiktas (free)
  • Marcal to Botafogo (free)
  • John Ruddy to Birmingham (free)
  • Louie Moulden to Solihull Moors (loan)
  • Dion Sanderson to Birmingham (loan)
  • Taylor Perry to Fleetwood Town (loan)
  • Renat Dadashov to Grasshopper (free)
  • Lewis Richards to Harrogate Town (loan)
  • Mertian Shabani to Grasshopper (undisclosed)
  • Theo Corbeanu to Blackpool (loan)
  • Fabio Silva to Anderlecht (loan)

16. Fulham

The last time Fulham were promoted to the Premier League, they signed an entire team’s worth of players. That was the wrong approach and couldn’t save them, so they’re understandably being cautious. Their signings have strengthened the team but you can’t help but fear for them relying once again on Aleksandar Mitrovic to score goals in the Premier League. Fifth-time lucky?

Players In:

  • Joao Palhinha from Sporting CP (£17m)
  • Andreas Pereira from Manchester United (£10m)
  • Kevin Mbabu from Wolfsburg (£6.4m)
  • Manor Solomon from Shakhtar Donetsk (loan)
  • Bernd Leno from Arsenal (£3m)
  • Shane Duffy from Brighton (loan)

Players Out:

  • Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa to Napoi (£10.2m)
  • Fabio Carvalho to Liverpool (£5m)
  • Taye Ashby-Hammon to Stevenage (loan)
  • Sonny Hilton to Carlisle (loan)
  • Timmy Abraham to Walsall (free)
  • Jean Michael Seri to Hull (free)
  • Michael Hector (released)
  • Fabri (released)
  • Alfie Mawson (released)
  • Cyrus Christie (released)
  • Steven Sessegnon to Charlton (loan)
  • Kieron Bowie to Northampton (loan)
  • Luca Ashby-Hammond to Aldershot (loan)

15. Brentford

Brentford are great. Of course, part of what makes them great is their savvy recruitment of players, and they have broken their transfer record twice this summer. But they also lost Christian Eriksen, and may want to look more into spreading their funds.

Players In:

  • Aaron Hickey from Bologna (£18.6m)
  • Keane Lewis-Potter from Hull (£16m)
  • Thomas Strakosha from Lazio (free)
  • Ben Mee from Burnley (free)

Players Out:

  • Dominic Jeffries to Gillingham (undisclosed)
  • Ben Hockenhull to Tranmere (undisclosed)
  • Zanka Jorgensen (released)
  • Julian Jeanvier (released)
  • Christian Eriksen to Manchester United (free)
  • Jaakko Oksanen to KuPS (free)
  • Nathan Young-Coombes to Wimbledon (loan)
  • Paris Maghoma to Wimbledon (loan)
  • Lachlan Brook to Crewe (loan)
  • Dominic Thompson to Blackpool (undisclosed)
  • Daniel Oyegoke to MK Dons (loan)
  • Marcus Forss to Middlesbrough (£3.5m)
  • Ellery Balcombe to Crawley (loan)

14. Manchester United

The Red Devils will surely end the summer further up the rankings as they sign the players Erik ten Hag needs to revolutionise the team. Yes, Man Utd have made three good signings in Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen and Lisandro Martinez, but none of them are positions that the club desperately need. Sign a DM, right back and striker, Erik!

Players In:

  • Tyrell Malacia from Feyenoord (£12.9m)
  • Christian Eriksen from Brentford (free)
  • Lisandro Martinez from Ajax (£48.5m)
Man Utd summer transfer odds 22/23: To sign for before 3rd September
Sky Bet
Antony 9/4
Frenkie de Jong 3/1
Hakim Ziyech 3/1
Ruben Neves 4/1
Ivan Toney 6/1
Declan Rice 8/1
Youri Tielemans 8/1
Denzel Dumfries 8/1
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Players Out:

  • Reece Devine to Swindon (free)
  • Nemanja Matic to Roma (free)
  • Juan Mata (released)
  • Jesse Lingard to Nottingham Forest (free)
  • Paul Pogba to Juventus (free)
  • Lee Grant (retired)
  • Edinson Cavani (released)
  • Dean Henderson to Nottingham Forest (loan)
  • D’Mani Mellor to Wycombe (free)
  • Andreas Pereira to Fulham (£10m)
  • Dylan Levitt to Dundee United (£300k)
  • Martin Svidersky to Almeria (free)
  • Alvaro Fernandez to Preston (loan)
  • Alex Telles to Sevilla (loan)

13. Brighton

Brighton may have lost their midfield engine and star defender but they’ve added little bits of quality to their squad and most importantly retained the services of manager Graham Potter for yet another season.

Players In:

  • Julian Enciso from Libertad (£9.5m)
  • Simon Adringra from Nordsjaelland (£6.9m)
  • Benicio Baker-Boaitey from Porto (undisclosed)
  • Levi Colwill from Chelsea (loan)

Players Out:

  • Yves Bissouma to Spurs (£25m)
  • Jayson Molumby to West Brom (£1m)
  • Alex Cochrane to Hearts (undisclosed)
  • Lars Dendoncker (released)
  • Tudor Baluta to FCV Farul (free)
  • Fynn Talley to Cliftonville (loan)
  • Simon Adingra to Union SG (loan)
  • Haydon Roberts to Derby (loan)
  • Abdallah Sima to Angers (loan)
  • Aaron Connolly to Venezia (loan)
  • Carl Rushworth to Lincoln City (loan)
  • Ulrick Eneme-Ella to Angers (loan)
  • Leo Ostigard to Napoli (£4.2m)
  • Billy Arca to Penarol (free)
  • Taylor Richards to QPR (loan)
  • Marc Leonard to Northampton (loan)
  • Jensen Weir to Morecambe (loan)
  • Reda Khadra to Sheffield United (loan)
  • Teddy Jenks to Crawley (loan)
  • Andi Zeqiri to Basel (loan)
  • Michal Karbownik to Fortuna Dusseldorf (loan)
  • Marc Cucurella to Chelsea (£55m)
  • Shane Duffy to Fulham (loan)

12. Crystal Palace

Palace have lost Conor Gallagher, with the midfielder going back to Chelsea but Malcolm Ebiowei has “got an enormous amount of ability,” according to former manager Wayne Rooney, who added: “he is not afraid to take players on, to get tackled, to make mistakes. So he has got a really bright future.” Sounds like a good signing, right? Palace are building a nice squad under Patrick Vieira.

Players In:

  • Malcolm Ebiowei from Derby (undisclosed)
  • Sam Johnstone from West Brom (free)
  • Cheick Doucoure from Lens (£18m)
  • Chris Richards from Bayern Munich (£8.5m)

Players Out:

  • Jaroslaw Jach to Zaglebie Lubin (free)
  • Martin Kelly (released)
  • Reece Hannam to Bromley (loan)
  • Jacob Montes (released)
  • Remi Matthews to St Johnstone (loan)
  • Tayo Adaramola to Coventry (loan)
  • Sean Robertson to Forest Green (loan)
  • Christian Benteke to DC United (undisclosed)

11. Southampton

Saints have made some good improvements across the pitch, looking to build a more solid squad than the one that fought relegation last season. Now they just need to get a goalscorer to replace Danny Ings finally.

Players In:

  • Gavin Bazunu from Man City (£12m)
  • Armel Bella-Kotchap from Bochum (£8.6m)
  • Mateusz Lis from Altay SK (free)
  • Alex Iwumene from Sutton (undisclosed)
  • Joe Aribo from Rangers (£6m)
  • Romeo Lavia from Man City (£12m)
  • Sekou Mara from Bordeaux (£9.4m)

Players Out:

  • Kazeem Olaigbe to Ross County (loan)
  • Caleb Watts to Morecambe (loan)
  • Eddie Beach to Chelsea (free)
  • Fraser Forster to Spurs (free)
  • Harry Lewis to Bradford (free)
  • Shane Long to Reading (free)
  • Dan Nlundulu to Cheltenham (loan)
  • Will Smallbone to Stoke (loan)
  • Kegs Chauke to Exeter (free)
  • Thierry Small to Port Vale (loan)
  • Benni Smales-Braithwaite to Barrow (free)

10. West Ham

Key to West Ham’s successes last season was their ability to defend, and to that end they’ve added two solid defensive players and a midfielder to keep them a hard-to-breach unit. Gianluca Scamacca is the big striker signing they’ve been after, and while many mighty worry about stylistic fit, Scamacca’s work-rate and presence will help the Hammers rest Michail Antonio and keep intensity high.

Players In:

  • Gianluca Scamacca from Sassuolo (£35m)
  • Nayef Aguerd from Rennes (£29.8m)
  • Alphonse Areola from PSG (£7.8m)
  • Flynn Downes from Swansea (£12m)
  • Patrick Kelly from Coleraine (undisclosed)
  • Maxwel Cornet from Burnley (£17.5m)

Players Out:

  • Nathan Holland to MK Dons (free)
  • Ryan Fredricks to Bournemouth (free)
  • Andriy Yarmolenko to Al-Ain (free)
  • David Martin (released)
  • Mark Noble (retired)
  • Aji Alese to Sunderland (undisclosed)
  • Ossama Ashley to Colchester (free)
  • Sonny Perkins to Leeds (free)
  • Arthur Masuaku to Besiktas (loan)

9. Leeds

Leeds have lost two of their best players in Kalvin Phillip and Raphinha, but they’re using that money well. Already we’ve seen the likes of Tyler Adams, Brenden Aaronson and Luis Sinisterra all arrive at Elland Road for fees of £20m+. Jesse Marsch is building something in Yorkshire…

Players In:

  • Brenden Aaronson from Red Bull Salzburg (£24.7m)
  • Marc Roca from Bayern Munich (£10m)
  • Rasmus Kristensen from Red Bull Salzburg (£10m)
  • Darko Gyabi from Man City (£5m)
  • Luis Sinisterra from Feyenoord (£21.3m)
  • Tyler Adams from RB Leipzig (£20m)
  • Sonny Perkins from West Ham (free)

Players Out:

  • Ryan Edmondson to Carlisle (free)
  • Nohan Kenneh to Hibernian (undisclosed)
  • Liam McCarron to Stoke (undisclosed)
  • Laurens De Bock (released)
  • Kalvin Phillips to Man City (£42m)
  • Charlie Cresswell to Millwall (loan)
  • Raphinha to Barcelona (£49m)
  • Tyler Roberts to QPR (loan)
  • Elia Caprile to Bari (undisclosed)
  • Jamie Shackleton to Millwall (loan)
  • Leif Davis to Ipswich (undisclosed)
  • Lewis Bate to Oxford United (loan)

8. Chelsea

The Blues have a really impressive midfield, but over the last year they’ve lost Fikayo Tomori, Marc Guehi, Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen. Sure, Kalidou Koulably and Marc Cucurella are great signings but they need one more centre-back for them to have replenished what they lost.

In attack, the marquee signing of Raheem Sterling is massive but they did let their star arrival from last season leave on loan, so they are short of a recognised striker. That may not come, so we’ll have to wait and see what Sterling does, but another centre-back from Todd Boehly will lift them up even more.

Players In:

Chelsea summer transfer odds 22/23: To sign for before 3rd September Sky Bet
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 1/2
Wesley Fofana 8/11
Frenkie de Jong 13/8
Pau Torres 3/1
Wilfried Zaha 4/1
Ollie Watkins 8/1
Cristiano Ronaldo 8/1
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Players Out:

  • Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan (loan)
  • Sam McClelland to Barrow (loan)
  • Antonio Rudiger to Real Madrid (free)
  • Lucas Bergstrom to Peterborough (loan)
  • Ethan Wady to Woking (loan)
  • Jake Clarke-Salter to QPR (free)
  • Danny Drinkwater (released)
  • Charly Musonda (released)
  • Andreas Christensen to Barcelona (free)
  • Nathan Baxter to Hull (loan)
  • Ian Maatsen to Burnley (loan)
  • Jamie Cumming to MK Dons (loan)
  • Gabriel Slonina to Chicago Fire (loan)
  • Henry Lawrence to MK Dons (loan)
  • Tino Anjorin to Huddersfield (loan)
  • Levi Colwill to Brighton (loan)

7. Nottingham Forest

Forest came up via the play-offs but have made the most significant transfer dealings of any promoted side and it’s not even close. The star names are forward Taiwo Awoniyi and goalkeeper Dean Henderson on loan from Man Utd.

Awoniyi scored 15 goals in the Bundesliga last season and should provide a great deal of cutting edge for Forest upon their long-awaited return to the top flight of English football. And in Jesse Lingard, Forest have signed an electric x-factor who has played at the highest level of the game and could really catalyse them into an established Premier League side.

Players In:

  • Taiwo Awoniyi from Union Berlin (£17m)
  • Ryan Hammond from Millwall (undisclosed)
  • Dean Henderson from Man Utd (loan)
  • Giulian Biancone from Troyes (£5m)
  • Neco Williams from Liverpool (£16m)
  • Moussa Niakhate from Mainz (£8.7m)
  • Omar Richards from Bayern Munich (£8.5m)
  • Brandon Aguilera from Alajuelense (undisclosed)
  • Wayne Hennessey from Burnley (free)
  • Lewis O’Brien from Huddersfield (£6m)
  • Harry Toffolo from Huddersfield (£4m)
  • Jesse Lingard from Manchester United (free)
  • Orel Mangala from Stuttgart (£12.7m)

Players Out:

  • Tobias Figueiredo to Hull (free)
  • Jayden Richardson to Aberdeen (undisclosed)
  • Mohamed Drager to FC Luzern (loan)
  • Carl Jenkinson to Newcastle Jets (free)
  • Gaetan Bong (released)
  • Ethan Horvath to Luton (loan)
  • Brice Samba to Lens (£4.3m)
  • Riley Harbottle to Mansfield Town (loan)
  • Fin Back to Carlisle United (loan)
  • Jonathan Panzo to Coventry City (loan)
  • Will Swan to Mansfield Town (loan)
  • Tyrese Fornah to Reading (loan)
  • Brandon Aguilera to Guanacasteca (loan)
  • Nikolas Ioannou to Como (£500k)
  • Xande Silva to Dijon (undisclosed)
  • Braian Ojeda to Real Salt Lake (loan)
  • Nuno Da Costa to Auxerre (undisclosed)

6. Newcastle

The source of Newcastle’s newfound wealth is never something that can be ignored, it hangs over their every transfer like a cloud. For what it’s worth Newcastle have signed very well so far, adding proven quality to a squad in need of just that.

Players In:

  • Sven Botman from Lille (£31.9m)
  • Matt Targett from Aston Villa (£15m)
  • Nick Pope from Burnley (£10m)
  • Alex Murphy from Galway (undisclosed)
  • Charlie McArthur from Kilmarnok (£350k)

Players Out:

  • Freddie Woodman to Preston (£1m)
  • Lewis Cass to Port Vale (free)
  • Isaac Hayden to Norwich (loan)
  • Mo Sangare to Accrington (free)
  • Jake Turner to Gillingham (free)
  • Dan Langley to Gateshead (loan)
  • Ciaran Clark to Sheffield United (loan)
  • Jeff Hendrick to Reading (loan)
  • Oisin McEntree to Walsall (free)
  • Dwight Gayle to Stoke (undisclosed)

5. Aston Villa

Steven Gerrard’s men moved fast and secured most of their transfer targets while Erik ten Hag was still figuring out where the toilets were at Carrington! Villa have signed smartly, securing important loanees and adding defensive quality. Expect a push for Europe.

Players In:

  • Diego Carlos from Sevilla (£26m)
  • Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona (£17.2m)
  • Robin Olsen from Roma (£3m)
  • Boubacar Kamara from Marseille (free)
  • Ludwig Augustinsson from Sevilla (loan)
  • Rory Wilson from Rangers (undisclosed)

Players Out:

  • Matt Targett to Newcastle (£15m)
  • Conor Hourihane (released)
  • Indiana Vassilev to Inter Miami (loan)
  • Lovre Kalinic to Hajduk Split (free)
  • Trezeguet to Trabzonspor (£3.4m)
  • Viljami Sinisalo to Burton (loan)
  • Louie Barry to MK Dons (loan)
  • Wesley to Levante (loan)
  • Jaden Philogene-Bidace (loan)
  • Carney Chukwuemeka to Chelsea (£20m)
  • Aaron Ramsey to Norwich (loan)

4. Arsenal

Arsenal had their requirements at the start of the window and they have worked very quickly the fill those roles. Fabio Vieira first came in to help with the creativity behind a No.9, that was recently added in Gabriel Jesus. His former team-mate Oleksandr Zinchenko has also joined to make it a second straight summer of spending over £100m.

The return of William Saliba from loan has left Arsenal look somewhat well-stocked in defence and Gabriel Jesus has been in electric pre-season form up-top. Midfield is a little light, but could Arsenal be for real? We’ll have to wait and see.

Players In:

  • Fabio Vieira from Porto (£30m)
  • Matt Turner from New England Revolution (£4.7m)
  • Marquinhos from Sao Paulo (£3m)
  • Gabriel Jesus from Man City (£45m)
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko from Man City (£30m)
Arsenal summer transfer odds 22/23: To sign for before 3rd September Sky Bet
Youri Tielemans 5/4
Lucas Paqueta 6/1
Serge Gnabry 7/1
Leroy Sane 10/1
Kyle Walker-Peters 10/1
Jarrod Bowen 10/1
Alvaro Morata 12/1
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Players Out:

  • Matteo Guendouzi to Marseille (£9m)
  • Konstantinos Mavropanos to Stuttgart (£3m)
  • Jordi Osei-Tutu to Bochum (free)
  • Mika Biereth to RKC Waalwijk (loan)
  • Tyreece John-Jules to Ipswich (loan)
  • Harry Clarke to Stoke (loan)
  • Omar Rekik to Sparta Rotterdam (loan)
  • Alexandre Lacazette to Lyon (free)
  • Daniel Ballard to Sunderland (£2m)
  • Nikolaj Moller to Den Bosch (loan)
  • Zak Swanson to Portsmouth (undisclosed)
  • Ovie Ejeheri to Chelmsford (loan)
  • Auston Trusty to Birmingham (loan)
  • Omari Hutchinson to Chelsea (undisclosed)
  • Marcelo Flores to Real Oviedo (loan)
  • Ryan Alebiosu to Kilmarnock (loan)
  • Arthur Okonkwo to Crewe (loan)
  • Nuno Tavares to Marseille (loan)
  • Mazeed Ogungbo to Crawley (loan)
  • Bernd Leno to Fulham (£3m)
  • Folarin Balogun to Reims (loan)
  • Charlie Patino to Blackpool (loan)

3. Liverpool

Losing someone as skilful and wonderful as Sadio Mané is never good and it remains to be seen how well Liverpool can challenge on all-fronts again without squad depth gods like Takumi Minamino and Divock Origi, but (arguably) the second-best team in the world just added a monster young striker to their already devastating attacks. The potential from Liverpool’s lethal full-backs crossing to the mighty Darwin Nunez is a prospect that should terrify every other team in the Premier League.

Players In:

  • Darwin Nunez from Benfica (£64.3m)
  • Fabio Carvalho from Fulham (£7.7m)
  • Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen (£4m)
Liverpool summer transfer odds 22/23: To sign for before 3rd September Sky Bet
Jude Bellingham 4/1
Serge Gnabry 12/1
Tammy Abraham 14/1
Leroy Sane 14/1
Jarrod Bowen 16/1
Ivan Toney 16/1
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Players Out:

  • Sadio Mané to Bayern Munich (£28m)
  • Takumi Minamino to Monaco (£15.5m)
  • Billy Koumetio to Austria Vienna (loan)
  • Jakub Orjzynski to Radomiak Radom (loan)
  • Adam Lewis to Newport County (loan)
  • Conor Bradley to Bolton (loan)
  • Sheyi Ojo to Cardiff City (free)
  • Loris Karius (released)
  • James Balagizi to Crawley (loan)
  • Marcelo Pitaluga to Crawley (loan)
  • Divock Origi to AC Milan (free)
  • Ben Woodburn to Preston (free)
  • Vitezslav Jaros to Stockport County (loan)
  • Neco Williams to Nottingham Forest (£16m)
  • Tom Clayton to Swindon Town (undisclosed)
  • Owen Beck to Famalicao (loan)
  • Anderson Arroyo to Alaves (loan)
  • Rhys Williams to Blackpool (loan)
  • Ben Davies to Rangers (undisclosed)
  • Tyler Morton to Blackburn (loan)

2. Tottenham

Antonio Conte’s pleas for signings have been heard. They’ve strengthened in four key areas with genuine quality and energy. There’s not much more to say except that they’ve done supremely. Whisper it quietly, but Spurs may have a squad capable of sustaining a title challenge.

Players In:

  • Yves Bissouma from Brighton (£25m)
  • Fraser Forster from Southampton (free)
  • Ivan Perisic from Inter (free)
  • Richarlison from Everton (£50m)
  • Clement Lenglet from Barcelona (loan)
  • Djed Spence from Middlesbrough (£12.5m)
Tottenham summer transfer odds 22/23: To sign for before 3rd September
Sky Bet
Adama Traore 6/1
Lucas Paqueta 8/1
Memphis Depay 9/1
Kyle Walker-Peters 10/1
Youri Tielemans 14/1
Jack Harrison 16/1
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Players Out:

  • Cameron Carter-Vickers to Celtic (£6m)
  • Steven Bergwijn to Ajax (£26.5m)
  • Jack Clarke to Sunderland (£1m)
  • Josh Oluwayemi to Portsmouth (free)
  • Troy Parrott to Preston (loan)
  • Joe Rodon to Rennes (loan)
  • Kion Etete to Cardiff (£500k)

1. Manchester City

In 2021/22 Manchester City, arguably best team in the world, were lacking just one thing: a consistent goalscorer. Someone who could pull them out of a jam with his genius. Well, they only went and got literally one of the four best strikers in the world. And he’s only 22. And his dad used to play for City. Erling Haaland for just £51.5m is a staggeringly good bit of business and leaves City comfortably top of the transfer window power rankings before we even consider Kalvin Phillips, and if they add Marc Cucurella it’ll take some doing to knock them off it.

Players In:

Man City summer transfer odds 22/23: To sign for before 3rd September Sky Bet
Lucas Paqueta 7/1
Pau Torres 8/1
Neymar 10/1
Jude Bellingham 14/1
Serge Gnabry 14/1
Jarrod Bowen 20/1
Declan Rice 20/1
Lionel Messi 20/1
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Players Out:

  • Gavin Bazunu to Southampton (£12m)
  • Pedro Porro to Sporting (£7.2m)
  • Fernandinho to Athletico Paranaense (free)
  • James Trafford to Bolton (loan)
  • Jayden Braaf to Borussia Dortmund (free)
  • Ko Itakura to Borussia Monchengladbach (£4.2m)
  • Taylor Harwood-Bellis to Burnley (loan)
  • CJ Egan-Riley to Burnley (undisclosed)
  • Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal (£45m)
  • Darko Gyabi to Leeds (£5m)
  • Tommy Doyle to Sheffield United (loan)
  • Raheem Sterling to Chelsea (£50m)
  • Diego Rosa to Vizela (loan)
  • Ryotaro Meshino to Gamba Osaka (free)
  • Zack Steffen to Middlesbrough (loan)
  • Lewis Fiorini to Blackpool (loan)
  • Kwaku Odurah to Derby (free)
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko to Arsenal (£30m)
  • Aro Muric to Burnley (£2.5m)
  • Yan Couto to Girona (loan)
  • Cieran Slicker to Rochdale (loan)
  • Pablo Moreno to Maritimo (undisclosed)
  • Yangel Herrera to Girona (loan)
  • James McAtee to Sheffield United (loan)
  • Slobodan Tedic to Barnsley (loan)
  • Nahuel Bustos to Sao Paulo (loan)


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