Full list of Premier League signings completed this summer
As always, the summer transfer window promises to be busy for Premier League clubs.
Manchester United ended one of football’s oldest transfer sagas by agreeing to a £ 73million fee with Borussia Dortmund for Jadon Sancho, who will undergo a medical after England’s race to Euro 2020 over.
Manchester City will likely be on the hunt for a new striker after seeing Sergio Aguero say goodbye to English football with Harry Kane seen as a main target. The Premier League champions have also been linked with a move from Aston Villa talisman Jack Grealish.
Liverpool’s lack of depth defense nearly cost them a Champions League berth and Jurgen Klopp moved quickly to bolster his options in this area by signing France U21 captain Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig in a deal from RB Leipzig. worth £ 36million.
Leicester City, the Premier League kings of the transfer market in recent years, struck big deals quickly with Zambian striker Patson Daka from Red Bull Salzburg and French midfielder Boubakary Soumare after the Ligue 1 champions Lille.
Premier League newcomers Norwich City have been busy so far, securing Billy Gilmour on a one-season loan from Chelsea and much-loved Kosovo winger Milot Rashica from Werder Bremen to fill the void left by Emiliano Buendia who joined Aston Villa.
I will document every transfer involving a Premier League club as it happens this summer, so bookmark this page to keep up to date with all ongoing transactions.
Offers to watch
Harry kane will be 28 at the start of the 2021-22 season and time is running out for the England captain to ensure there is more than boots of gold in his trophy cabinet at the end of his career. In an interview with Gary Neville, Kane said that “Ultimately it will be up to me to decide what is best for his career.
Whether notoriously hard-line Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy sees it this way is a whole different matter, of course. Levy has reportedly slapped a £ 200million prize on Kane in an attempt to distract Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea from stepping for him.
Kane isn’t the only world-class forward linked with a move elsewhere. It seems inevitable that Erling Braut Haaland will be leaving Borussia Dortmund over the next 12 months as his agent Mino Raiola and father Alf-Inge have been touting his services to top European clubs.
Haaland reportedly 75 million euros [£64.7m] release clause in his contract which will become active next summer, but clubs looking for a new striker – including Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United – may want to move a year earlier to avoid being coached in a transfer battle later.
Romelu Lukaku is also reportedly on the radar for Premier League clubs, despite an indifferent two-year stint at Manchester United. The Belgian significantly restored his reputation during his time at Inter, scoring 64 goals in 95 games and leading the club’s first Serie A title in 11 years.
Although Lukaku has highlighted his happiness at Milan, he may be interested in a return to English football following the departure of Antonio Conte. One of the main reasons for Conte’s decision to leave is that Inter are looking to recoup € 80million [£69m] in player sales this summer and Lukaku is one of their valuable assets.
Here is the full list of every deal involving every Premier League club.
*Players listed as free transfers have been named to the published Premier League list but can negotiate new terms with their clubs before Wednesday 30 June
Outside: David Luiz (free), Matteo Guendouzi (on loan in Marseille), Zech Medley (undisclosed in Ostend), Konstantinos Mavropanos (on loan in Stuttgart), Daniel Ballard (on loan in Millwall), Ben Sheaf (undisclosed in Coventry)
In: Emiliano Buendia (£ 38million from Norwich City), Ashley Young (free from Inter)
Outside: Bjorn Engels (undisclosed at Royal Antwerp), Ahmed Elmohamady (free), Tom Heaton (free at Manchester United), Neil Taylor (free)
In: Nathan Young-Coombes (undisclosed of Rangers)
Outside: Henrik Dalsgaard (free at FC Midtjylland), Julien Carre (free), Aubrel Koutsimouka (free), Jared Thompson (free), Emiliano Marcondes (free in Bournemouth)
In: Enock Mwepu (£ 22million from Red Bull Salzburg), Jeremy Sarmiento (undisclosed from Benfica)
Outside: Jose Izquierdo (free), Davy Propper (undisclosed at PSV), Bernardo (undisclosed at Red Bull Salzburg), Teddy Jenks (on loan at Aberdeen), Jan Mlakar (undisclosed at Hajduk Split), Alex Cochrane (on loan at Hearts)
In: Nathan Collins (£ 12million from Stoke)
Outside: Robbie Brady (free)
Outside: Fikayo Tomori (£ 25million for AC Milan), Jamal Blackman (free), Izzy Brown (free), Willy Caballero (free), Marco van Ginkel (free)
In: Michael Olise (£ 8million from Reading), Jacob Montes (free)
Outside: Gary Cahill (free), Nathaniel Clyne (free), Scott Dann (free), Stephen Henderson (free), Wayne Hennessey (free), James McCarthy (free), Mamadou Sakho (free), Andros Townsend (free), Patrick van Aanholt (free), Joel Ward (free), Connor Wickham (free)
Outside: Theo Walcott (undisclosed at Southampton), Dennis Adeniran (free), Mo Besic (free), Yannick Bolasie (free), Callum Connolly (free), Joshua King (free), Matthew Pennington (free)
In: Junior Firpo (£ 12.8million from Barcelona), Jack Harrison (£ 11million from Man City)
Outside: Gaetano Berardi (free), Barry Douglas (free), Pablo Hernandez (free), Eunan O’Kane (free), Kun Temenuzhkov (loan to Real Union), Mateusz Bogusz (loan to UD Ibiza), Rafa Mujica (undisclosed at Las Palmas)
In: Patson Daka (£ 23m from Red Bull Salzburg), Boubakary Soumare (£ 17m from Lille)
Outside: Christian Fuchs (free for Charlotte FC), Matty James (free), Wes Morgan (retired)
In: Ibrahima Konate (£ 36million from RB Leipzig)
Outside: Georginio Wijnaldum (free at PSG), Sepp van den Berg (loaned to Preston)
Outside: Sergio Aguero (free in Barcelona), Jack Harrison (£ 11million in Leeds), Eric Garcia (free in Barcelona), Adrian Bernabe (free), Felix Nmecha (free), Taylor Harwood-Bellis (loan in Anderlecht), Louie Moulden (free for wolves)
In: Jadon Sancho (£ 73million from Borussia Dortmund), Tom Heaton (free from Aston Villa)
Outside: Joel Pereira (free), Arnau Puigmal (free), Sergio Romero (free)
Outside: Andy Carroll (free), Henri Saivet (free), Kyle Scott (free)
In: Milot Rashica (£ 9.4million from Werder Bremen), Angus Gunn (£ 5million from Southampton), Billy Gilmour (loan from Chelsea), Kenny Coker (undisclosed from Southend)
Outside: Emiliano Buendia (£ 38million at Aston Villa), Alex Tettey (free), Mario Vrancic (free), Marco Stiepermann (released), Orjan Nyland (released), Moritz Leitner (released), Philip Heise (undisclosed in Karlsruher ), Sebastian Soto (loan to FC Porto)
In: Theo Walcott (undisclosed from Everton), Romain Perraud (£ 12million from Brest)
Outside: Wesley Hoedt (undisclosed in Anderlecht), Angus Gunn (£ 5million in Norwich), Ryan Bertrand (free), Jake Hesketh (free), Josh Sims (free), Jake Vokins (loaned to Ross County)
Outside: Juan Foyth (£ 12.8million at Villarreal), Paolo Gazzaniga (free), George March (free), Jack Roles (free), Danny Rose (free at Watford), Kazaiah Sterling (free)
In: Emmanuel Dennis (undisclosed from Club Brugge), Kwadwo Baah (undisclosed from Rochdale), Imran Louza (undisclosed from FC Nantes), Mattie Pollock (undisclosed from Grimsby), Ashley Fletcher (undisclosed from Watford), Danny Rose (undisclosed from Tottenham), Dapo Mebude (free from Rangers)
Outside: Achraf Lazaar (free), Carlos Sanchez (free), Jerome Sinclair (free), Ben Wilmot (not disclosed to Stoke), Ignacio Pussetto (loan to Udinese)
In: Thierry Nevers (undisclosed from Reading), Armstrong Oko-Flex (free from Celtic)
Outside: Oladapo Afolayan (free to Bolton), Fabian Balbuena (free)
In: Yerson Mosquera (undisclosed from Atletico Nacional), Franciso Trincao (loan from Barcelona), Louie Moulden (free from Man City)
Outside: John Ruddy (free)