Uk News From Nunez to Haaland - The full list of Premier League done deals this summer United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Erling Haaland, Ivan Perisic and Diego Carlos are among the big signings made by Premier League clubs already this summer

Uk News From Nunez to Haaland - The full list of Premier League done deals this summer United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Erling Haaland, Ivan Perisic and Diego Carlos are among the big signings made by Premier League clubs already this summer

Uk News  From Nunez to Haaland - The full list of Premier League done deals this summer United Kingdom news
19 June 2022 - 11:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Premier League clubs are wasting little time in upgrading their squads ahead of the 2022-23 season with a number of big deals completed already this summer.Manchester City moved quickly to secure themselves a new centre forward, with Erling Haaland joining from Borussia Dortmund before Pep Guardiola’s side had even wrapped up the league title.The 21-year-old struck 86 goals in only 89 games for the Bundesliga club and will be expected to provide a focal point and cutting edge that City occasionally lacked last term.Liverpool have also spent big to sign a new goalscorer with Darwin Nunez arriving for a club-record £85m fee from Benfica. While not a like-for-like replacement, it is expected that the 22-year-old will replace Sadio Mane in Jurgen Klopp’s front three with the Senegalese tipped to join Bayern Munich.More from FootballFootball's links with dementia are growing clearer, but not playing carries its own risks19 June, 2022‘You can’t say no to Barca’ – England’s Bronze joins Barcelona on two-year deal18 June, 2022Arteta tasked with keeping faith in Nketiah as Arsenal striker pens new contract18 June, 2022Fresh from qualifying for the Champions League and convincing Antonio Conte to stick around, Tottenham have acquired Ivan Perisic from Inter Milan on a free transfer, with Fraser Forster also arriving from Southampton. Brighton’s Yves Bissouma looks set to be next through the door at Hotspur Way.Manchester United are yet to provide Erik ten Hag with any new players but the rebuilding job is already underway with Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata and Nemanja Matic all moving on.Chelsea’s new owners will have to invest in the club’s backline following the departures of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, while Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso could also be on the move. Romelu Lukaku is angling for a return to Inter after a disappointing year in west London.Newcastle are expected to busy and 19-year-old Reims striker Hugo Ekitike features high on their shortlist. i understands that Eddie Howe wants to add three more first-team players once the Frenchman has joined, with Matt Targett already signed up permanently after spending the second half of last season on loan from Aston Villa.Elsewhere, Villa have provided significant backing to Steven Gerrard with Philippe Coutinho and Diego Carlos brought in for big fees and the highly-rated Boubacar Kamara signed on a free from Marseille, while Leeds have raided Jesse Marsch’s former club Red Bull Salzburg for midfielder Brenden Aaronson and right back Rasmus Kristensen.The summer transfer window will officially open for business on Friday 10 June and close at 11pm on Thursday 1 September.Here are all the done deals so far:ArsenalRelated StoriesArsenal's transfer window: Jesus and Tolisso could fix biggest weaknesses in thin squad16 June, 2022In: Marquinhos (undisclosed from Sao Paulo)Out: Dinos Mavropanos (£3m to VFB Stuttgart), Alexandre Lacazette (free to Lyon) Analysis: Jesus and Tolisso could fix big weaknesses in thin squad By Daniel Storey, i‘s chief football writer Arsenal spent more than £150m on new players last summer, but the squad still felt worryingly thin towards the end of last season and that issue will only increase with the arrival of European football in 2022-23. Mikel Arteta would like a group of 22 outfielders and three goalkeepers and they are currently some way short of that. A new striker is the obvious priority after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang joined Barcelona on a free transfer and Alexandre Lacazette left the Emirates following the expiration of his contract. Neither were starters at the end of their time at Arsenal, but a combination of Gabriel Martinelli and Eddie Nketiah – who is likely to extend his own contract – simply isn’t enough to fuel ambitions at home and in Europe. They have signed Brazilian Marquinhos for £3m, but at that price and age he is clearly one for the future. But there are gaps across this squad. Arsenal probably need another central midfielder to avoid Martin Odegaard having to play deeper if one of Thomas Partey or Granit Xhaka are unavailable, particularly after the permanent sale of Matteo Guendouzi to Marseille (confirmed in March). If Takehiro Tamiyasu is only a back-up option then they need a first-choice right-back. Kieran Tierney’s injury issues may mean a left-back is also required. And if William Saliba is to be sold, Arteta will need a central defender too. It is an awful lot of work for one shortened summer. Read Daniel’s full article here Aston VillaRelated StoriesAston Villa's transfer window: Will Gerrard sell Watkins to Arsenal and sign Luis Suarez?16 June, 2022In: Philippe Coutinho (£17m from Barcelona), Boubacar Kamara (free from Marseille), Diego Carlos (£26m from Sevilla), Robin Olsen (undisclosed from Roma)Out: Matt Targett (£15m to Newcastle), Indiana Vassilev (loan to Inter Miami), Conor Hourihane (free)BournemouthRelated StoriesBournemouth's transfer window: Parker must add defensive and attacking depth on a budget16 June, 2022In: Out: Gary Cahill (free)Brentford:Related StoriesBrentford's transfer window: Why Eriksen's future will define the summer for Bees16 June, 2022In: Out: Ben Hockenhull (undisclosed to Tranmere Rovers)BrightonRelated StoriesBrighton's transfer window: Another striker still on the agenda with Bissouma money to spend16 June, 2022In: Julio Enciso (undisclosed from Libertad Asuncion)Out: Yves Bissouma (£25m plus add-ons to Tottenham), Jayson Molumby (£900,000 to West Brom), Tudor Baluta (free), Lars Dendoncker (free)ChelseaRelated StoriesChelsea's transfer window: Kounde and a new Lukaku top wishlist for new era rebuild16 June, 2022In: Out: Antonio Rudiger (free to Real Madrid), Andreas Christensen (free), Danny Drinkwater (free), Charly Musonda (free), Jake Clarke-Salter (free) Analysis: Kounde and Lukaku replacement top of new owners’ wishlist By Daniel Storey, i‘s chief football writer With the takeover saga completed as quickly, and painlessly, as anyone could have hoped for, Chelsea now go into the summer in a far better place than might have been expected. The group led by Todd Boehly have paid a high price to acquire a superclub and it would make little sense to them or Chelsea to restrict spending significantly this summer. There will clearly be funds available for Thomas Tuchel to improve the squad after a season that was, at best, par. Chelsea’s only trophies were legacies of 2020-21, the Uefa Super Cup and Fifa Club World Cup. The departure of Antonio Rudiger leaves a significant hole and was one of the hangovers of the ownership uncertainty that dogged Chelsea’s form on the pitch from February onwards. Jules Kounde has long been a target and Chelsea may well get that done, albeit at a significant premium. Even then, Thiago Silva will be another year older and Andreas Christensen has also left on a free transfer. Kounde will not be enough. The striker situation needs sorting, because if Tuchel stays it’s hard to see how Romelu Lukaku has a role. That leaves Chelsea exactly where they seem to have been since Diego Costa left, needing a No 9 presence who will be prolific without stepping on the toes of the attacking midfielders behind them.

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Read Daniel’s full article here Crystal PalaceRelated StoriesCrystal Palace's transfer window: Greater depth and a Gallagher replacement are key16 June, 2022In: Out: Martin Kelly (free), Jaroslav Jach (free)EvertonRelated StoriesEverton's transfer window: Richarlison's replacement a priority but massive overhaul is needed16 June, 2022In: Out: Jonjoe Kenny (free to Hertha Berlin)FulhamRelated StoriesFulham's transfer window: Williams deal and Mitrovic back-up can ease Premier League return16 June, 2022In: Out: Fabio Carvalho (£7.2m to Liverpool), Jean-Michael Seri (free), Michael Hector (free), Alfie Mawson (free), Cyrus Christie (free), Fabri (free)LeedsRelated StoriesLeeds' transfer window: 5 new signings needed and a battle to keep Phillips and Raphinha16 June, 2022In: Brenden Aaronson (£25m from Red Bull Salzburg), Rasmus Kristensen (£10m from Red Bull Salzburg), Marc Roca (£10m from Bayern Munich)Out: Laurens De Bock (free)LeicesterRelated StoriesLeicester's transfer window: Rodgers' revamp could be the end of Schmeichel and Soyuncu16 June, 2022In: Out: Eldin Jakupovic (free), Vontae Daley-Campbell (free)LiverpoolRelated StoriesLiverpool's transfer window: Nunez deal means Mane's exit won't sting too badly16 June, 2022In: Darwin Nunez (£85m from Benfica), Fabio Carvalho (£7.2m from Fulham), Calvin Ramsay (£6.5m from Aberdeen)Out: Divock Origi (free), Loris Karius (free), Ben Woodburn (free), Sheyi Ojo (free) Analysis: Nunez will lead new-look attack so Mane’s exit won’t sting too badly By Daniel Storey, i‘s chief football writer Liverpool are in a fortuitous place where they can see the future of their team mapped out. They also achieved far beyond expectation in the Premier League – nobody really saw 92 points as a realistic expectation last August – and came within one game of winning a cup treble. That puts Jurgen Klopp – who has also signed a new deal – in a position where he can future-proof his squad for the third (and perhaps final) age of his Liverpool tenure. But up front, there may be work to do. Sadio Mane has seemingly made his intentions clear, and a move to Bayern Munich will happen when the asking price has been thrashed out. Mohamed Salah announced before the Champions League final that he would definitely be a Liverpool player next season, but if he’s not going to sign a new contract then him leaving now for a fee would be preferable to going for nothing in 12 months’ time. Divock Origi is also departing for Italy. And so Klopp has seemingly instructed Liverpool to sign Benfica forward Darwin Nunez for a club-record fee, believed to be in the region of £85m. With Fabio Carvalho and Harvey Elliott pushing for more minutes as they develop, that would create a forward line of any three of Diogo Jota, Nunez, Luis Diaz, Elliott or Carvalho even if Mane and Salah both leave. Losing those two vital components of their recent success would be daunting, but the oldest of those five forwards is Jota at 25. Read Daniel’s full article here Manchester CityErling Haaland has joined Manchester City from Borussia Dortmund (Photo: Getty)In: Erling Haaland (£51.2m from Borussia Dortmund)Out: Gavin Bazunu (£12m to Southampton), Fernandinho (free)Related StoriesMan City's transfer window: Haaland statement leaves only left-back and Fernandinho replacement16 June, 2022Manchester UnitedRelated StoriesMan Utd's transfer window: De Jong can kickstart rebuild that needs time, logic and money16 June, 2022In: Out: Edinson Cavani (free), Jesse Lingard (free), Juan Mata (free), Nemanja Matic (free to Roma), Paul Pogba (free) Analysis: De Jong can kickstart much-needed rebuild For all the positivity of appointing a new manager, him getting his own staff and the start of a clearout of players and non-playing staff, none of it will mean much if Manchester United do not address the chronic issues within the squad and in doing so destroy the pitiful morale that members of the squad spoke of towards the end of last season. Ralf Rangnick playing no part in the future is a good thing – better to end a mistake than double down on it – but there is no magic wand that can be waved. It takes time, logic, effort and money. That work must start with the purchase of a defensive midfielder because the combination of Scott McTominay and Fred is not going to turn Manchester United into title challengers. The pursuit of Frenkie de Jong makes sense if he is keen on the move, but that appears to be in some doubt. United have done this before, chasing a player deep into the summer and failing to spread the focus to other priorities. United will also target a new striker, either to play alongside or in rotation with Cristiano Ronaldo. An approach for Darwin Nunez had been mooted, but Liverpool got that done quickly and if you were to ask any sensible superstar which club he’d prefer to join there would be no contest. Again United are paying for their past incompetence. Read Daniel’s full article here NewcastleRelated StoriesNewcastle's transfer window: Why Botman and Ekitike make more sense than big move for Paqueta16 June, 2022In: Matt Targett (£15m from Aston Villa), Alex Murphy (undisclosed from Galway United)Out: Isaac Hayden (loan to Norwich), Oisin McEntee (free to Walsall), Mo Sangare (free to Accrington)Nottingham ForestRelated StoriesNottingham Forest's transfer window: Promises of lavish spending make this summer fascinating16 June, 2022In: Out: Tobias Figueiredo (free), Gaetan Bong (free), Carl Jenkinson (free)SouthamptonRelated StoriesSouthampton's transfer window: Signings needed to change the mood and Ward-Prowse must stay16 June, 2022In: Gavin Bazunu (£12m from Man City), Alex Iwumene (undisclosed from Sutton United)Out: Harry Lewis (free to Bradford City)TottenhamRelated StoriesTottenham's transfer window: Spence and Torres could cap sterling summer if £110m trio depart16 June, 2022In: Yves Bissouma (£25m plus add-ons from Brighton), Ivan Perisic (free from Inter), Fraser Forster (free from Southampton), Josh Keeley (undisclosed from St Patrick’s Athletic) Out: Cameron Carter-Vickers (undisclosed to Celtic) Analysis: Spence and Torres could cap sterling summer By Daniel Storey, i‘s chief football writer Tottenham’s summer business is made far easier by their work last season. Cristian Romero was a brilliant loan signing and will make a £40m move permanent. Dejan Kulusevski will do the same and was equally impressive. Rodrigo Bentancur’s move was already permanent and he will be even better for a full preseason at Spurs. That only leaves a few things to sort. Firstly, Conte would probably like two new wing-backs, despite the journeys Ryan Sessegnon and Matt Doherty went on last season. Djed Spence is clearly a target, while Ivan Perisic played left wing-back for Inter last season and might do the same in England. He might also purchase a new central defender, with rumours claiming that Spurs are working with Villarreal on a deal for Pau Torres with Giovani Lo Celso moving in the opposite direction. Alessandro Bastoni is another name frequently mentioned. Other than that, Conte is probably after one new midfielder, allowing Harry Winks to be sold, and another forward if Steven Bergwijn finds a new home. They might be better going after youth, given neither player is likely to be in the first-choice starting XI, but Conte prefers to buy readymade and there will be significant rotation next season given its relentless nature and their Champions League commitments. Read Daniel’s full article here West HamRelated StoriesWest Ham's transfer window: Moyes' claim of 'a couple' of new signings will not be enough16 June, 2022In: Out: Ryan Fredericks (free), David Martin (free), Mark Noble (retired), Andriy Yarmolenko (free)WolvesRelated StoriesWolves' transfer window: Big summer needed as rivals circle a squad stuck between two eras16 June, 2022In: Out: Fernando Marcal (free), John Ruddy (free), Romain Saiss (free)

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