English Premier League transfers in 2017/18 season
|Will Hughes||WatfordJun '17||9.1|
|Victor Lindelof||Manchester United||35|
|Bernardo Silva||Manchester City||50|
The most expensive transfers
|Bernardo Silva||Manchester CityJun '17||50|
|Victor Lindelof||Manchester United||35|
Summer transfers in English Premier League
Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Sead Kolasinac on a free transfer from Schalke.€ 11.5m
Bosnia-Herzegovnian goalkeeper Asmir Begovic from Chelsea for a fee of 11.5m.€ 55.5m
Dutch midfielder Davy Klaassen from Ajax Amsterdam for a fee of 27m; Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford from Sunderland for a fee of 28.5m.€ 13.7m
Defender Harry Maguire from Hull City for a fee of 13.7m.€ 42m
Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah from Roma for a fee of 42m; Forward Dominic Solanke on a free transfer from Chelsea.€ 90m
Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva from Monaco for a fee of 50m; Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson from Benfica for a fee of 40m.€ 35m
Swedish defender Victor Lindelof from Benfica for a fee of 35m.
Scottish midfielder Darren Fletcher on a free transfer from West Bromwich Albion.€ 9.1m
Midfielder Will Hughes from Derby County for a fee of 9.1m; Colombian defender Jorge Segura from Envigado.
Argentinian defender Pablo Zabaleta on a free transfer from Manchester City.
Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale from Sheffield United.€ 20.9m
Midfielder Ashley Westwood from Aston Villa for a fee of 5.8m; Irish defender Robbie Brady from Norwich City for a fee of 15.1m; Midfielder Joey Barton on a free transfer.€ 38.4m
Serbian midfielder Luka Milivojevic from Olympiacos for a fee of 12.8m; French defender Mamadou Sakho on loan from Liverpool; Dutch defender Patrick van Aanholt from Sunderland for a fee of 11.8m; Ghanaian defender Jeffrey Schlupp from Leicester City for a fee of 13.8m.€ 22.9m
French midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin from Manchester United for a fee of 22.9m.€ 16.8m
Senegalese midfielder Alfred N'Diaye on loan from Villarreal; Italian defender Andrea Ranocchia on loan from Inter Milan; Polish midfielder Kamil Grosicki from Rennes for a fee of 9m; Serbian midfielder Lazar Markovic on loan from Liverpool; Norwegian defender Omar Elabdellaoui on loan from Olympiacos; Brazilian midfielder Evandro from Porto for a fee of 2.5m; Senegalese forward Oumar Niasse on loan from Everton; Norwegian midfielder Markus Henriksen from AZ Alkmaar for a fee of 5.3m.€ 17.6m
Malian defender Molla Wague on loan from Granada; Nigerienia midfielder Onyinye Ndidi from Genk for a fee of 17.6m.€ 32m
Brazilian forward Gabriel Jesus from Palmeiras for a fee of 32m.€ 14.2m
Algerian midfielder Adlene Guedioura from Watford; Forward Patrick Bamford from Chelsea for a fee of 6.9m; Finnish midfielder Mikael Soisalo from Ilves Tampere for a fee of 0.2m; Beninese forward Rudy Gestede from Aston Villa for a fee of 7.1m.€ 17m
Italian forward Manolo Gabbiadini from Napoli for a fee of 17m; French goalkeeper Mouez Hassen on loan from Nice.€ 15.4m
Forward Saido Berahino from West Bromwich Albion for a fee of 13.9m; Goalkeeper Lee Grant (permanent signing) from Derby County for a fee of 1.5m.
Costa Rican defender Bryan Oviedo from Everton; Irish midfielder Darron Gibson from Everton; Defender Joleon Lescott on a free transfer.€ 14.4m
Ghanaian forward Jordan Ayew from Aston Villa; Swedish defender Martin Olsson from Norwich City for a fee of 4.6m; Midfielder Tom Carroll from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of 5.2m; Dutch midfielder Luciano Narsingh from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of 4.6m.€ 2.8m
French midfielder M'Baye Niang on loan from Milan; Argentinian forward Mauro Zarate from Fiorentina for a fee of 2.8m; Midfielder Tom Cleverley on loan from Everton.€ 11.5m
Irish defender Marc Wilson on loan from Bournemouth; Midfielder Jake Livermore from Hull City for a fee of 11.5m.€ 21.2m
Scottish midfielder Robert Snodgrass from Hull City for a fee of 12m; Portuguese defender Jose Fonte from Southampton for a fee of 9.2m.
News - transfers
Everton sign striker Henry Onyekuru
Everton have agreed a £7m deal to sign Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru from Belgian side Eupen. The 20-year-old finished the season as joint-top scorer in the Belgian Super League with 22 goals in 38 matches. It is understood the Toffees plan to loan the striker to Anderlecht to assist his development before bringing him to the Premier League full-time.
Onyekuru will be Everton's third signing of the summer, following Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and Ajax midfielder Davy Klaasen. It will take the club's spending past the £60m barrier this month with more to follow with a deal pending for Malaga forward Sandro Ramirez.
Watford sign Will Hughes
Watford have announced the signing of England Under-21 midfielder Will Hughes. The 22-year-old, currently in Poland with the Young Lions, will leave Derby for an undisclosed fee and has signed a five-year deal at Vicarage Road. Watford say Hughes will complete the move when he returns from Poland, with England Under-21s waiting to find out their semi-final opponents at Euro 2017.
Huddersfield sign Laurent Depoitre
Huddersfield have announced the signing of Belgium striker Laurent Depoitre from Porto. The newly-promoted side made their first signing since clinching promotion to the Premier League, with the 28-year-old joining for an undisclosed fee. Depoitre, a Belgium international, is recognised as a physically-imposing striker and has signed a two-year deal to join the Terriers after making just 10 appearances since joining Porto at the start of last season.
Liverpool complete signing of Mohamed Salah
Liverpool have completed the signing of Mohamed Salah from Roma. The 25-year-old forward completed his medical today before signing terms. The deal is worth around £39m, surpassing the £35m Liverpool paid for Andy Carroll in 2011. The Egyptian is the Reds' second signing of the summer after raiding for Dominic Solanke from Chelsea.
Swansea to sign Abraham on loan
Swansea City have agreed to sign striker Tammy Abraham on loan from Chelsea for the 2017/18 season. The Swans have fought off competition from Newcastle and Brighton for the 19-year-old, who scored 23 goals in 40 appearances on loan at Championship side Bristol City in 2016/17. Abraham has been with Chelsea since the age of eight and was one of the stars of a strong academy team that won the 2015 Uefa Youth League and the 2016 FA Youth Cup.
Man. City 20.6.17
Dani Alves Agrees to join Manchester City
Dani Alves has agreed a two-year contract with Manchester City and a move is expected to be confirmed once his contract situation at Juventus is resolved. Alves met with Juve chiefs on Monday afternoon to establish an exit plan. City had been willing to pay a relatively low amount to sign the Brazilian, now thought to be around £5 million, though Alves could yet rescind his contract with the Turin club and join on a free.
Everton sign Pickford
Everton has signed Jordan Pickford from Sunderland for a club-record fee that could rise to 30 million pounds, making him third most expensive goalkeeper of all time. Everton announced the signing of the 23-year-old on Thursday on a five-year deal, following Sunderland's relegation from the Premier League at the end of last season. Pickford has only had one full season at senior level, having represented England at every level from Under-16s to Under-21s. He received his first call-up to England's senior squad in October.
Maguire signs for Leicester
Leicester City have confirmed that Harry Maguire has signed for them on a five-year deal. Maguire was one of Hull City's star performers last season, putting in a string of impressive displays once Marco Silva had arrived as manager. The undisclosed fee is reported to be in the region of £17million. The new Leicester signing confirmed that other clubs had been in for his signature, but credited Foxes boss Craig Shakespeare for convincing him to make the move.
Man. Utd. 15.6.17
United makes Lindelof signing official
Manchester United has made Victor Lindelof the team's first offseason signing, bringing in the Sweden center back from Benfica for 35 million euros. Both clubs announced the transfer on Wednesday. Benfica gave the fee, which could rise by €10m in add-ons. United said the 22-year-old Lindelhof has signed a four-year contract with the option of a further year.
Leicester to sign Maguire from Hull
Leicester have had a bid accepted for Hull defender Harry Maguire. A fee of around €19m has reportedly been agreed between the two clubs and the move could be confirmed by the weekend, subject to the 24-year-old player agreeing personal terms and passing a medical. Maguire looks set to become Craig Shakespeare's first signing since he signed a three-year contract as full-time Leicester boss last week.
Man. Utd. 11.6.17
Man United agree to sign Lindelof
Manchester United have confirmed that they have reached an agreement with Benfica to sign defender Victor Lindelof, with the fee understood to be in the region of €35m. The 22-year-old centre-back, who will undergo a medical at the Old Trafford club next week, is set to become United's first signing of the summer transfer window.
Leicester sign Sam Hughes
Craig Shakespeare has made Chester defender Sam Hughes his first signing since taking over as Leicester's permanent manager. The 20-year old has signed a three-year deal, with the former Premier League champions reported to be paying a compensation fee in the region £130,000, plus add-ons. Hughes scooped the fan-owned club's Player of the Year award last season after he made the switch from midfield to centre-back.