English Premier League transfers in 2017/18 season
|Gylfi Sigurdsson||EvertonAug '17||49.4|
|Olarenwaju Kayode||Manchester City||3.8|
|Gareth Barry||West Brom||1.1|
The most expensive transfers
|Romelu Lukaku||Manchester UnitedJul '17||84.7|
|Benjamin Mendy||Manchester City||57.5|
|Kyle Walker||Manchester City||51|
Summer transfers in English Premier League
French forward Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon for a fee of 53m; Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Sead Kolasinac on a free transfer from Schalke.€ 34.3m
Midfielder Connor Mahoney from Blackburn Rovers; Forward Jermain Defoe on a free transfer from Sunderland; Dutch defender Nathan Ake from Chelsea for a fee of 22.8m; Bosnia-Herzegovnian goalkeeper Asmir Begovic from Chelsea for a fee of 11.5m.€ 44m
Colombian midfielder Jose Izquierdo from Brugge for a fee of 15m; Dutch midfielder Soufyan Ahannach from Almere City; Dutch midfielder Davy Propper from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of 13m; Czech defender Ales Mateju from Viktoria Plzen for a fee of 2.5m; Forward Steven Alzate from Leyton Orient; Norwegian midfielder Mathias Normann from Bodo/Glimt; Austrian defender Markus Suttner from Ingolstadt for a fee of 4.5m; Australian goalkeeper Mathew Ryan from Valencia for a fee of 6m; German midfielder Pascal Gross from Ingolstadt for a fee of 3m.€ 12.3m
Goalkeeper Adam Legzdins from Birmingham City; Scottish defender Phil Bardsley from Stoke City for a fee of 0.9m; Midfielder Jack Cork from Swansea City for a fee of 9.1m; Irish midfielder Jonathan Walters from Stoke City for a fee of 2.3m; Defender Charlie Taylor on a free transfer from Leeds United.€ 140m
Spanish forward Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid for a fee of 65m; French midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco for a fee of 40m; German defender Antonio Rudiger from Roma for a fee of 35m; Argentinian goalkeeper Willy Caballero on a free transfer from Manchester City.€ 9m
Dutch defender Jairo Riedewald from Ajax Amsterdam for a fee of 9m.€ 139.4m
Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson from Swansea City for a fee of 49.4m; Curacao defender Cuco Martina on a free transfer from Southampton; Forward Wayne Rooney from Manchester United; Midfielder Jose Baxter on a free transfer; Defender Michael Keane from Burnley for a fee of 28.5m; Spanish forward Sandro Ramirez from Malaga for a fee of 6m; Dutch midfielder Davy Klaassen from Ajax Amsterdam for a fee of 27m; Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford from Sunderland for a fee of 28.5m.€ 43.1m
Australian midfielder Aaron Mooy from Manchester City for a fee of 9.1m; American midfielder Danny Williams on a free transfer from Reading; DR Congo midfielder Elias Kachunga from Ingolstadt for a fee of 1.3m; Danish goalkeeper Jonas Lossl on loan from Mainz; Midfielder Kasey Palmer on loan from Chelsea; Belgian forward Laurent Depoitre from Porto for a fee of 4m; Defender Scott Malone from Fulham for a fee of 3.9m; Beninese forward Steve Mounie from Montpellier for a fee of 13m; Midfielder Tom Ince from Derby County for a fee of 9.1m; Danish defender Zanka from Copenhagen for a fee of 2.7m.€ 58.7m
Welsh midfielder George Thomas on a free transfer from Coventry City; Nigerian forward Kelechi Iheanacho from Manchester City for a fee of 27.7m; Swiss goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic from Hull City for a fee of 2.3m; Spanish midfielder Vicente Iborra from Sevilla for a fee of 15m; Defender Harry Maguire from Hull City for a fee of 13.7m.€ 51m
Scottish defender Andrew Robertson from Hull City for a fee of 9m; Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah from Roma for a fee of 42m; Forward Dominic Solanke on a free transfer from Chelsea.€ 232.3m
Nigerienia forward Olarenwaju Kayode from Austria Vienna for a fee of 3.8m; French defender Benjamin Mendy from Monaco for a fee of 57.5m; Brazilian defender Danilo from Real Madrid for a fee of 30m; Defender Kyle Walker from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of 51m; Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva from Monaco for a fee of 50m; Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson from Benfica for a fee of 40m.€ 164.4m
Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic from Chelsea for a fee of 44.7m; Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku from Everton for a fee of 84.7m; Swedish defender Victor Lindelof from Benfica for a fee of 35m.€ 31.8m
Spanish forward Joselu from Stoke City for a fee of 5.5m; Spanish midfielder Mikel Merino on loan from Borussia Dortmund; Spanish defender Javier Manquillo from Atletico Madrid for a fee of 5m; Ghanaian midfielder Christian Atsu (permanent signing) from Chelsea; Midfielder Jacob Murphy from Norwich City for a fee of 11.3m; French defender Florian Lejeune from Eibar for a fee of 10m.€ 23m
Goalkeeper Jack Rose on a free transfer from West Brom; Gabonese midfielder Mario Lemina from Juventus for a fee of 17m; Polish defender Jan Bednarek from Lech Poznan for a fee of 6m.
Spanish midfielder Jese on loan from Paris Saint-Germain; Cameroonian midfielder Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting on a free transfer from Schalke; Defender Josh Tymon on a free transfer from Hull City; Scottish midfielder Darren Fletcher on a free transfer from West Bromwich Albion.€ 12.5m
Spanish midfielder Roque Mesa from Las Palmas for a fee of 12.5m; Dutch goalkeeper Erwin Mulder on a free transfer from Heerenveen.€ 48.2m
Forward Andre Gray from Burnley for a fee of 20.4m; Brazilian forward Richarlison from Fluminense for a fee of 12.4m; Midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah from Chelsea for a fee of 6.3m; Austrian goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann on a free transfer from Stoke City; Spanish defender Kiko Femenia on a free transfer from Alaves; Midfielder Will Hughes from Derby County for a fee of 9.1m; Colombian defender Jorge Segura from Envigado.€ 14.8m
Midfielder Gareth Barry from Everton for a fee of 1.1m; Egyptian defender Ahmed Hegazy on loan from El Ahly Cairo; Forward Jay Rodriguez from Southampton for a fee of 13.7m.€ 43.1m
Montenegrin midfielder Sead Haksabanovic from Halmstads for a fee of 3m; Mexican forward Chicharito from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 17.8m; Austrian midfielder Marko Arnautovic from Stoke City for a fee of 22.3m; 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
Sanchez joins Tottenham in club-record deal
Tottenham's long wait for a summer signing ended with the announcement of a move for Ajax defender Davinson Sanchez subject to a medical and the granting of a work permit. The 21-year-old Colombian centre back has put pen to paper on a deal until 2023 for a reported club-record £42million fee. He is the first player to join Spurs this summer and his arrival comes after much debate about the club's transfer policy during the off-season.
Everton seal club-record deal for Sigurdsson
Everton has signed Iceland midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson from Swansea for a club-record fee. One of the Premier League's most drawn-out transfers this summer was completed on Wednesday, with the 27-year-old Sigurdsson signing a five-year deal for a transfer fee that British media reported to be 45 million pounds. Wayne Rooney, Sandro Ramirez and Davy Klaassen are other attacking players to have joined Everton since the end of last season, as part of an outlay of around 135 million pounds on new players.
Stoke City 16.8.17
Jese Rodriguez joins Stoke
Stoke have announced the signing of Spanish forward Jese Rodriguez on a season-long loan from Paris St Germain. The 24-year-old former Real Madrid player, who cost PSG almost €25m last summer, has made just one Ligue 1 start for the French side to date. Jese arrives in England having spent the second half of last season back in his homeland on loan with Las Palmas, where he scored 3 goals in 16 appearances.
Joselu completes move to Newcastle
Newcastle United have completed the signing of Joselu from Stoke City for a fee of €5.5m. The 27-year-old Spaniard has agrred a three-year deal. Joselu arrives at St James Park after managing just four goals in 27 appearances in his first season with Stoke following a switch from Hannover during the summer of 2015. He was sent out on loan to Deportivo la Coruna last season and scored six goals while playing slightly fewer games.
West Br. 15.8.17
Barry makes West Brom move
Gareth Barry has completed a move from Everton to West Bromwich Albion for an undisclosed fee. The midfielder spent four years at Goodison Park - one season on loan followed by three on a permanent deal - after moving from Manchester City. The 35-year-old is just five appearances short of Ryan Giggs' all-time Premier League record and will be confident of beating that total over the course of his initial one-year deal at the Hawthorns.
Stoke City 11.8.17
Stoke complete permanent signing of Bruno Martins Indi
Stoke have completed the signing of defender Bruno Martins Indi from Porto for €7.7m. The Netherlands international, who spent last season on loan with the Potters, joins on a five-year deal. Last season, Martins Indi, 25, made 35 Premier League appearances and scored once as Stoke finished 13th.
"Bruno loved being with us last season and made no secret of his desire to move here permanently," Stoke's chief executive Tony Scholes said. "We've had to be patient in our dealings with Porto but we're really pleased with the outcome."
Fosu-Mensah completes Crystal Palace loan
Manchester United youngster Timothy Fosu-Mensah has trained with his new Crystal Palace teammates after agreeing to a season-long loan. The 19-year-old is highly-rated at Old Trafford but managed only 11 appearances last season under Jose Mourinho and United believe a temporary switch to Selhurst Park will aid his development. The versatile Dutch youngster, who can play right-back, centre-back and in midfield, joined United's academy from Ajax in 2014 and signed a new contract last October to keep him at the club until 2020.
Gray joins Watford in club-record move
Watford have confirmed the signing of striker Andre Gray from Burnley for a club-record transfer fee. Gray, 26, has penned a five-year contract with the Hornets, in what is understood to be a deal worth in the region of €20.5m. Gray scored a total of 10 goals in 36 appearances for the Clarets last season, having notched 25 goals during the 2015/16 campaign when Burnley won promotion back to the top flight.
Keeper Legzdins joins Burnley
Burnley have signed goalkeeper Adam Legzdins from Birmingham City. The 30-year-old had fallen behind David Stockdale and Tomasz Kuszczak at Birmingham and was quick to accept a three-year deal with Burnley. Paul Robinson, who served as their second-choice stopper last term, retired over the summer so the Clarets were keen to add a third goalkeeper to be a deputy for Tom Heaton and Nick Pope.
Southampton sign Mario Lemina
Southampton have signed midfielder Mario Lemina from Juventus. The 23-year-old Gabon international has put pen to paper on a five-year contract with the Saints. Juventus confirmed in a statement on their official website the deal was worth €17m, which could increase by a further €3m.
Lemina started his career in France with Lorient before joining Marseille in 2013. The midfielder signed initially on loan with Juventus in 2015 and after completing a permanent transfer last summer, went on to help the Bianconeri win the Serie A title.
Leicester sign striker Thomas
Leicester City have signed forward George Thomas from Coventry City on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee. Thomas scored nine goals last season. The 20-year-old, who can play either as a striker or in midfield, represented Wales Under-20s at this summer's Toulon Tournament in France. His contract with Coventry expired in June, with Leicester agreeing compensation with the League Two side. Former Yeovil loanee Thomas will initially be part of the development squad with the 2015-16 Premier League champions.
Stoke City 8.8.17
Stoke sign Choupo-Moting
Stoke City have signed Cameroon international Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting. The winger, 28, pens a three-year contract and joins on a free transfer following his release from Bundesliga outfit Schalke earlier in the summer. Choupo-Moting, who has won 48 caps for Cameroon, becomes the fourth summer signing made by boss Mark Hughes, following Darren Fletcher, Kurt Zouma and Josh Tymon through the door.