Scottish Premier League transfers in 2017/18 season
|Olivier Ntcham||CelticJul '17||5|
The most expensive transfers
|Olivier Ntcham||CelticJul '17||5|
|Carlos Pena||RangersJun '17||3|
Summer transfers in Scottish Premier League
Midfielder Gary Mackay-Steven from Celtic; Icelandic defender Kari Arnason from Omonia Nicosia for a fee of 0.1m; English forward Nicky Maynard on a free transfer from Milton Keynes Dons; English midfielder Greg Tansey on a free transfer from Inverness.€ 5m
French midfielder Olivier Ntcham from Manchester City for a fee of 5m; English midfielder Kundai Benyu on a free transfer from Ipswich Town; Irish midfielder Jonny Hayes from Aberdeen.
English goalkeeper Elliot Parish on a free transfer from Accrington Stanley; Finnish midfielder Glen Kamara on a free transfer from Arsenal; Defender Jack Hendry on a free transfer from Wigan Athletic; Tunisian forward Sofien Moussa on a free transfer from Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa; Midfielder Lewis Spence on a free transfer from Dunfermline; English midfielder Roarie Deacon on a free transfer from Sutton United.
Goalkeeper Ryan Fulton on a free transfer from Liverpool; French defender Xavier Tomas from Lausanne.
Northern Irish forward Kyle Lafferty on a free transfer from Norwich City; Northern Irish defender Michael Smith from Peterborough United; Defender Christophe Berra on a free transfer from Ipswich Town; English forward Cole Stockton on a free transfer from Tranmere Rovers; Polish defender Rafal Grzelak on a free transfer from Korona Kielce.€ 0.2m
Lithuanian forward Deivydas Matulevicius on a free transfer from Royal Excel Mouscron; Defender Steven Whittaker on a free transfer from Norwich City; Israeli goalkeeper Ofir Marciano from Ashdod for a fee of 0.2m; Midfielder Danny Swanson on a free transfer from St. Johnstone; Nigerian defender Efe Ambrose on a free transfer from Celtic; Polish goalkeeper Maciej Dabrowski from Lech Poznan; Forward Simon Murray on a free transfer from Dundee United.
Iranian midfielder Alexander Samizadeh on loan from Bolton Wanderers; Midfielder Chris Burke on a free transfer from Ross County; Midfielder Dom Thomas on a free transfer from Motherwell; Defender Calum Waters on a free transfer from Alloa Athletic; Defender Kirk Broadfoot on a free transfer from Rotherham United; Defender Stephen O'Donnell on a free transfer from Luton Town; Irish midfielder Alan Power on a free transfer from Lincoln City; Defender Daniel Higgins on a free transfer from Dundee.
French defender Cedric Kipre on a free transfer from Leicester City; English forward George Newell on a free transfer from Bolton Wanderers; Irish defender Charles Dunne on a free transfer from Oldham Athletic; English goalkeeper Russell Griffiths on a free transfer from Everton; English forward Alex Fisher on a free transfer from Inverness; Australian midfielder Andy Rose on a free transfer from Coventry City; English forward Craig Tanner on a free transfer from Reading; Burundian midfielder Gael Bigirimana on a free transfer from Coventry City; Northern Irish goalkeeper Trevor Carson on a free transfer from Hartlepool United.
Irish defender Niall Keown from Reading; Midfielder Blair Spittal on a free transfer from Dundee United; Goalkeeper Jamie Sneddon on a free transfer from Cowdenbeath.€ 8.2m
Midfielder Graham Dorrans from Norwich City; Colombian forward Alfredo Morelos from Helsinki for a fee of 1.2m; Mexican midfielder Carlos Pena from Deportivo Guadalajara for a fee of 3m; Mexican forward Eduardo Herrera from Pumas for a fee of 1.7m; Portuguese defender Bruno Alves on a free transfer from Cagliari; Portuguese midfielder Daniel Candeias from Benfica for a fee of 0.8m; Portuguese defender Fabio Cardoso from Setubal for a fee of 1.5m; Midfielder Ryan Jack on a free transfer from Aberdeen.
Northern Irish forward Billy McKay on a free transfer from Wigan Athletic; Midfielder Jim O'Brien on a free transfer from Shrewsbury Town; Danish forward Thomas Mikkelsen on a free transfer from Odense; Defender Sean Kelly on a free transfer from Wimbledon.
Forward Callum Hendry on a free transfer from Blackburn Rovers; Northern Irish midfielder Kyle McClean on a free transfer from Nottingham Forest; English defender Scott Tanser on a free transfer from Port Vale; Midfielder Stefan Scougall on a free transfer from Sheffield United.
Midfielder Ryan Christie on loan from Celtic.€ 7m
Ivorian midfielder Eboue Kouassi from Krasnodar for a fee of 3.5m; Ivorian midfielder Kouassi Eboue from Krasnodar for a fee of 3.5m.
Estonian midfielder Henrik Ojamaa on loan from Go Ahead Eagles; Dutch midfielder Marc Klok on a free transfer from Oldham Athletic.
English defender Blair Adams on a free transfer from Cambridge United; Greek defender Giannis Skondras on a free transfer from PAOK.€ 0.2m
Greek midfielder Alexandros Tziolis on a free transfer from PAOK; Greek defender Anastasios Avlonitis on a free transfer; French forward Dylan Bikey on a free transfer from Stirling Albion; Portuguese forward Esmael Goncalves from Anorthosis for a fee of 0.2m; Moroccan midfielder Mohamed Cholay on loan from Stoke City; Northern Irish defender Aaron Hughes on a free transfer from Kerala Blasters; Slovenian defender Andraz Struna on a free transfer; French midfielder Malaury Martin on a free transfer from Lillestrom; German defender Lennard Sowah on a free transfer from Hamilton.
Northern Irish forward Billy McKay on loan from Wigan Athletic; Defender Jamie McCart on loan from Celtic Glasgow; Estonian forward Henri Anier on a free transfer from Kalmar; Irish forward Dean Ebbe from Bluebell United.
Irish forward Conor Sammon on loan from Hearts; English forward Josh Umerah on loan from Charlton Athletic; Norwegian midfielder Kristoffer Ajer on loan from Celtic; English midfielder Callum Roberts on loan from Newcastle United; English goalkeeper Freddie Woodman on loan from Newcastle United; English midfielder Sean Longstaff on loan from Newcastle United.
English midfielder Elliott Frear from Forest Green Rovers; English goalkeeper Russell Griffiths on loan from Everton; Defender Zak Jules on loan from Reading.
English midfielder Jason Banton on loan from Crawley Town; English defender Niall Keown on loan from Reading; Goalkeeper Mark Ridgers on a free transfer.€ 0.3m
English goalkeeper Jak Alnwick from Port Vale for a fee of 0.3m; Defender David Bates from Raith Rovers; Spanish midfielder Jon Toral on loan from Arsenal; United States midfielder Emerson Hyndman on loan from Bournemouth.
Defender Jason Naismith from St. Mirren; Slovak midfielder Milan Lalkovic on loan from Portsmouth; English midfielder Oscar Gobern on a free transfer from Mansfield Town; Midfielder Jim O'Brien on loan from Shrewsbury Town.
Welsh defender Clive Smith on loan from Preston North End.
News - transfers
Hibernian seal loan deal for Barker
Hibernian have announced the signing of Brandon Barker on a season-long loan from Manchester City. The 20-year old winger is a product of City's youth system, who has played on loan for Rotherham United and NAC Breda in the last two seasons. Coach Neil Lennon has been keen to add extra width to his squad following the departures of Chris Humphrey and Alex Harris at the end of last campaign.
Hibs seal Anthony Stokes deal
Anthony Stokes is confident he can get back to his best form after completing a return to Hibs for a third spell. The 29-year-old striker underwent a medical ahead of completing a two-year deal in Leith, where he is a favourite with fans after netting in the 2016 Scottish Cup Final win over Rangers. Stokes was manager Neil Lennon's No.1 summer target when it became clear his time at Blackburn Rovers was up.
O'Halloran joins St Johnstone on loan
Rangers forward Michael O'Halloran has joined St Johnstone on loan until January. O'Halloran moved to Ibrox from the Saints during the January transfer window in 2016 and scored three times in 37 appearances. He was deemed surplus to requirements by boss Pedro Caixinha, however, and has now returned to Perth for the first half of the Premiership campaign.
Hearts sign Randall on loan
Hearts have completed the signing of Liverpool defender Connor Randall on a season-long loan. The 21-year-old is the sixth new arrival at Tynecastle this summer as manager Ian Cathro continues to revamp his squad. Randall has made three first-team appearances for the Anfield side, with his Premier League debut coming in April last year when Liverpool beat Bournemouth 2-1.
Kilmarnock sign Erwin from Leeds
Kilmarnock have completed the signing of striker Lee Erwin on a two-year deal. The 22-year-old, who negotiated his release from English Championship side Leeds United earlier in the week, has returned to Scotland after beginning his career at Motherwell. Erwin started his career at Motherwell, making 34 appearances before joining Leeds in 2015. He spent last season on loan at Oldham and finished as the club's top scorer with 10 goals in 40 games.
Hibernian sign midfielder Vykintas Slivka
Hibernian have confirmed the signing of Juventus midfielder Vykintas Slivka on a permanent contract. Neil Lennon was initially expected to bring in the 22-year-old on loan from the Serie A champions but an undisclosed fee has been paid to make the player the club's seventh summer signing. Slivka has 19 caps for Lithuania and has spent loan spells with Slovenia's Gorica, Dutch side Den Bosch and Serie B Ascoli in recent seasons.
Celtic complete Ntcham singing
Celtic have completed the signing of Manchester City midfielder Olivier Ntcham on a four-year-deal. The 21-year-old, who spent the last two seasons with Italian side Genoa, has joined Brendan Rodgers' side for an undisclosed fee. Ntcham is Celtic's third summer signing after the arrivals of Jonny Hayes from Aberdeen and Kundai Benyu from Ipswich respectively.
Rangers secure Dorrans signing
Rangers have completed the signing of Scotland midfielder Graham Dorrans on a three-year deal from Norwich City. The Ibrox club had two bids rejected by the Canaries for the 30-year-old Scot, who becomes Pedro Caixinha's ninth summer signing. Bruno Alves, Daniel Candeias, Carlos Pena, Eduardo Herrera, Dalcio, Ryan Jack, Alfredo Morelos and Fabio Cardoso have all made the move to Rangers.
Celtic confirm Benyu signing
Celtic have completed the signing of teenage midfielder Kundai Benyu from Ipswich Town. The 19-year-old moves to the Scottish treble-winners on a four-year deal and will join up with the squad at their training camp in Austria. Benyu, who is described by Celtic as a box-to-box midfielder, did not feature in the Ipswich first team but was part of the top-team set-up. He was loaned to National League side Aldershot Town and netted five goals in 23 appearances.
Lafferty moves to Hearts
Northern Ireland forward Kyle Lafferty has joined Hearts on a two-year deal, subject to a medical. Lafferty, 29, was a free agent after leaving Norwich City and has previously played for Burnley, Rangers, Sion and Palermo. Defenders Christophe Berra and Rafal Grzelak and forward Cole Stockton have already joined Hearts this summer.
Aberdeen complete Greg Stewart signing
Aberdeen have announced they have completed the signing of Greg Stewart on a season-long loan from Birmingham City. The 27-year-old arrived in the Granite City this morning to seal the move, with Stewart becoming Derek McInnes' third summer signing. Boss McInnes also confirmed there will be more signings arriving before Europa League signing deadline of Friday, July 7.
Kilmarnock complete double signing
Kilmarnock have signed teenage defender Daniel Higgins on a two-year contract. The 19-year-old was formerly on the books of Celtic, before moving to Dundee on a free transfer in January of this year. Kilmarnock have also signed Alan Power, who comes to Scotland after six years at Lincoln City. The 29-year -old has signed a two-year deal at Rugby Park.