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Premier League: update on the 2022 transfer window

The Premier League will kick off on the weekend of August 6, 2022, giving all 20 teams a chance to strengthen considerably during this transfer window.


Recently promoted thanks to a second place in the Championship, AFC Bournemouth is rather calm on the transfer market. Joe Rothwell and Ryan Fredericks join the club, the first will discover the Premier League at 27, the other is an experienced right-back who has rendered good and loyal service to West Ham. On the start side, Gary Cahill terminated his contract and Robbie Brady signed up with Preston.


After a year without Europe, Mikel Arteta’s men return to the Europa League and set themselves the goal of returning to the Champions League at the end of the year. To do so, Arsenal buys 2 players from Manchester City, Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko are gunners 52M and 35M euros in transfer fees for two relatively young players.

Porto youngster Fabio Vieira also joined Arsenal for 35 million euros. Matt Turner comes for the role of 3rd goalkeeper, the London club signed him for 6 million, Arsenal also signed the Brazilian right winger Marquinhos for 3.5 million.


The Birmingham club achieves an intelligent transfer window with the final transfer of Philippe Coutinho for 20 million, but also Diego Carlos the Brazilian defender from Seville for 31 million euros. Two Swedes join the club, Robin Olsen the second goalkeeper of AS Roma and Ludwig Augtinsson the left side of Seville against 3.5 million euros and 500 thousand euros. Matt Target has meanwhile decided to sign with Newcastle for 17.5 million euros and the Egyptian “Trezeguet” joins the recent champions of Turkey Trabzonspor for 4 million.


Brentford let Christian Eriksen go freely to Manchester United but has strengthened considerably with 4 recruits, the English club recovers two experienced players with the arrival of Thomas Strakosha the Albanian goalkeeper from Lazio Rome and Ben Mee the English central defender of the recently relegated Burnley.

Brentford breaks the bank for two young players, Scottish left-back Aaron Hickey from Bologna, the Italian club recover 16.5 million and Hull City recover 19 million with the sale of their left winger Keane Lewis-Potter.


The Seagulls remain discreet on the market, the Ivorian left winger Simon Adingra for 8 million on loan to Union Saint-Gilloise, Brighton paid 11 million for Julio Enciso, a young 18-year-old Paraguayan striker. Leo Ostigard joins Napoli for 5 million and Yves Bissouma joins Tottenham for 29 million.


To replace Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen who left for Real and Barcelona, ​​Chelsea gave 38 million for Napoli to let go of Kalidou Koulibaly, Chelsea also got Raheem Sterling for 56 million. In attack, Romelu Lukaku returns to Inter on a paying loan of 8 million euros.

Crystal Palace:

Crystal Palace recovers the sensation in the midfield in Ligue 1 in the person of Cheick Doucouré, the English club gives 22.6 million to the Lensois club. Sam Johnstone also joins the club, but in a sector that is already well supplied.


After remaining in the last days of the Premier League, Everton signed James Takorwski freely but lost their best player, Richarlison for 58 million.


Glued to this elevator club label, Fulham recruits 3 players, Kevin Mbabu the right side of Wolfsburg for 5.5 million euros, Andreas Pereira of Manchester United for 9.5 million euros and the defensive midfielder and Portuguese international Joao Palhinha against a check for 20 million. Jean-Michael Seri leaves freely for Hull City, Fabio Carvalho joins Liverpool for 5.9 million euros, André Zambo-Anguissa signs definitively in Naples for 15 million.


Leeds is one of the biggest spenders thanks to its two major sales, Kalvin Phillips joined Manchester City for 48.75 million euros and Darko Gyabi made the opposite journey for 5.8 million. Raphinha arrives in Catalonia at FC Barcelona for 58 million.

In the same situation as Everton, Leeds held on to the last day and therefore made a transfer window accordingly so that this does not happen again. Rasmus Kristensen and Brendan Aaronson join England for 13 and 32.84 million euros. Another player from the RedBull sector joins Leeds, Tyler Adams, to replace Phillips against 20M euros. Marc Roca will test a new championship after a good spell at Bayern Munich, Leeds paid 12 million. Luis Sinisterra is the latest signing for 25 million euros.


No movement from the club.


As said before, Liverpool signed Carvalho, but the rookie who set fire to the canvas was Darwin Nunez for 75 million euros excluding bonuses. Right-back Calvin Ramsay replaces Neco Williams who left for Nottingham Forrest.

Liverpool lost the African Golden Ball, Sadio Mané is launching a new challenge in Bavaria, Bayern Munich pays 32 million to attract the services of the Senegalese. Japan’s Takumi Minamino joins Monaco for 15 million, Grujic joins Porto for 9 million and Divock Origi joins free reigning Serie A champions AC Milan.

Manchester City:

In search of its great number 9, Manchester City found it in the person of Erling Haaland, the English club bought the Norwegian for 60 million, Kalvin Phillips came for the rotation and Stefan Ortega arrives freely in the role of lining .

Starting side with Sterling, Jesus and Zinchenko, we can add Pedro Porro the Portuguese right side comes out of an exceptional season with the Sporting Club of Portugal, performances which conquered the Portuguese club which bought him definitively for 5 million euros .

Manchester United :

A very disappointing season for the Reds Devils, Erik Ten Hag implements his Dutch playing philosophy with two Eredivisie recruits. Dutch international left-back Tyrell Malacia for 15 million euros and Ajax’s Lisandro Martinez for 57 million. Paul Pogba returns to Juventus and Jesse Lingard is not retained by the club like Nemanja Matic.

Newcastle United:

The takeover is in place, Matt Target has therefore joined the club but he is accompanied by goalkeeper Nick Pope for 11 million euros and Sven Botman the flagship rookie for 37 million euros.

Nottingham Forest:

The English club sold Brice Samba for 5 million to RC Lens and are taking Dean Henderson on loan for the goalkeeper position. In the defensive sector, Omar Richards of Bayern Munich for 8.5 million. Two French people join the Premier League against 10 million each, Giulian Biancone from Troyes and Moussa Niakhate potentially future Senegalese international. Neco Williams will play the starting role at Nottingham and Taiwo Awoniyi joins England for 20.5 million euros.


Southampton let Fraser Foster go to take the Irish international hopeful of Manchester City, Gavin Bazunu for 14 million, Sékou Mara saves Bordeaux and makes Southampton happy who pays 13 million euros. Another Manchester City prospect joins the club, Saints have snapped up defensive midfielder Roméo Lavia for 12.3million. The German defender Armel Bella-Kotchap arrives in England for 10 million, Joe Aribo, finalist of the last edition of the Europa League commits with the English club for 7 million.


Tottenham let Steven Bergwijn leave for 31 million euros to Ajax Amsterdam and Cameron Carter-Vickers to Celtic for 7 million euros. Djed Spence joins Tottenham for 14 million, Yves Bissouma for 29 million and Richarlison for 58 million, Spurs get Ivan Perisic for free and Clément Lenglet on loan.

West Ham:

Nayef Aguerd joins West Ham for 35 million, the English club paid 36 million for Gianluigi Scamacca who was on the shelves of PSG. A PSG player has signed permanently in England, Alphonse Areola, the two clubs have agreed on a transfer fee of 9 million.


Wolverhampton permanently transfer Hwang Hee-Chan for 16.7 million and Nathan Collins from Burnley joins Wolves for 24 million. Wolves let their Portuguese left-back Ruben Vinagre go to Sporting Club Portugal for 10 million. Romain Saïss and Fernando Marçal freely join Besiktas and Botafogo

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