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2018 Summer Transfer News, Odds and Tips

Silly Season: 2018 Summer Transfer News, Odds and Tips

The 2018 summer transfer window is still open and there’s lots of confirmed moves, lots of rumoured moves and lots of fake news. For many football fans, this time is almost as exciting as the actual start of the season. This is where your more adventurous football betting strategies begin… football betting markets aren’t just about putting money on match results, but even wagering on who you think is going where – and even for how much. This is also perfect if you want to make an early bet on who will win the season… simply based on the new and improved team sheets.

We’re going to look at each club: who’s coming and who’d going. We’ll check out all the spending and look to see how that will affect the team for this coming season. There’s still plenty of time yet though… so literally anything could happen.


Along with a new manager comes a renewed lease of life. This season will be very interesting for the Gunners and its fans as there will be numerous changes both back and front of house. Some may see this as being long overdue.

With the arrival of Unai Emery, he has brought in five players already, and has vowed to solidify his defence. His main focus has been in the goal, defence and defensive midfield. He has stated that he believes his 2018/2019 squad to be complete and that there will probably be no further changes as it stands. However, should a big player and a big opportunity present itself, there is still room to manoeuvre.

Who’s In?

Lucas Torreira Defensive Midfielder Sampdoria £26.5 million
Bernd Leno Goalkeeper Bayer Leverkusen £19.2 million
Sokratis Papastathopolous Centre Back Borussia Dortmund £17.7 million
Matteo Guendouzi Midfielder Lorient £8 million
Stephan Lichtsteiner Defender Juventus Free


Who’s Out?

Santi Cazorla Midfielder Villa Real Free
Jack Wilshere Midfielder West Ham Free
Takuma Asano Forward Hannover Loan
Per Mertesacker Centre Back Retired
Matt Macey Goalkeeper Plymouth Argyle Loan



Bournemouth seem to be taking their time when it comes to transfers and definitely aren’t keeping up with other Premier League teams in terms of spending. However, they may just be biding their time for now. It seems highly likely that their one current signing will be joined by others. In particular, the team seems to be scoping out new left backers, with possibilities being: Diego Rico from Leganes; Kieran Tiernay from Celtic and Diego Laxalt from Genoa. These are just rumours and possibilities at the moment – so watch this space for more updates.

Who’s In?

David Brooks Forward Sheffield United £11.5 million
Diego Rico Left Back Leganes £10.7 million
Jefferson Lema Central Midfielder Levante Undisclosed


Who’s Out?

Benik Afobe Forward Wolves £10 million
Lewis Grabban Forward Notts Forrest £6 million
Max Gradel Forward Toulouse £1.8 million
Adam Federici Goalkeeper Stoke Undisclosed
Sam Matthews Midfielder Bristol Rovers Free
Ryan Allsop Goalkeeper Wycombe Free
Sam Surridge Forward Oldham Loan
Baily Cargill Defender Released
Ollie Harfield Left Back Released
Patrick O’Flaherty Goalkeeper Released
Joe Quigley Centre Forward Maidstone Free
Rhoys Wiggins Left Back Retired
Mikael Ndjoli Left Winger Kilmarnock End of Loan



Brighton definitely looks like it’s been busy when it comes to summer transfers. The club has done some great business already and the doors are still wide open. The managers and board are clearly looking to add strength and experience to the team with the addition of Nigeria’s Leon Balogun. They are also adding youth and promise with Brazilian Bernardo. There’s also high hopes for Malian Yves Bissouma and if they manage to get Isaac Hayden from Newcastle, that would be a great coup.

Who’s In?

Yves Bissouma Midfielder Lille £15 million
Bernardo Defender RB Leipzig £9 million
Florin Andone Forward Deportivo La Coruna £5.3 million
Jason Steele Goalkeeper Sunderland Undisclosed
David Button Goalkeeper Fulham Undisclosed
Percy Tau Midfielder Mamelodi Sundowns Undisclosed
Leon Balogun Defender Mainz Free
Hugo Keto Goalkeeper Arsenal Free
Alireza Jahanbakhsh Right Winger AZ Alkmaar £17.1 million
Joseph Tomlinson Defender Yeovil Free
Anders Dreyer Right Winger Esbjerg Undisclosed
Billy Arce Left Winger Independiente Del Valle Loan
Leo Skiri Ostigard Centre Back Molde Undisclosed
Peter Gwardis Left Midfielder Jonkopings Sodra IF Undisclosed
Dan Burn Centre Back Wigan Undisclosed
Martin Montoya Right Back Valencia Undisclosed


Who’s Out?

Connor Goldson Defender Rangers £3 million
Jamie Murphy Midfielder Rangers £1 million
Uwe Huenemeier Defender Paderborn Undisclosed
Steve Sidwell Midfielder Released
Liam Rosenior Defender Released
Bailey Vose Goalkeeper Colchester Undisclosed
Robert Sanchez Goalkeeper Forest Green Loan
Ben Hall Defender Notts County Loan
Christian Walton Goalkeeper Wigan Loan
Steve Alzate Forward Swindon Loan
Tim Krul Goalkeeper Norwich Free
Sam Baldock Centre Forward Reading Undisclosed
Niki Maenpaa Goalkepper Bristol City Free
Henrik Bjordal Right Winger Zulte Waregem Undisclosed
Steven Alzate Forward Swindon End of Loan
Ales Mateju Right Back Brescia Loan
Tom McGill Goalkeeper Worthing Loan
Jordan Magure-Drew Right Winger Wrexham Loan
Jiri Skalak Left Winger Millwall €1 million



So far it’s been a very quiet transfer window for Burnley, with Sean Dyche having signed absolutely nobody yet. However, he’s made no secret of the fact that he is interested in Sam Clucas, from Swansea. He has previously attempted to buy this player before he went to Swansea, so let’s see how it goes this time! They may not have got anyone in yet, but they have released a few players, so will probably want to make a purchase or two before close of play on August 9.

Who’s In?

Vinnie Steels Winger York City Free
Ben Gibson Centre Back Middlesborough €16.9 million
Joe Hart Goalkeeper Man City Undisclosed
Matej Vydra Centre Forward Derby County Undisclosed

Who’s Out?

Scott Arfield Midfielder Rangers Free
Dean Marney Midfielder Released
Josh Ginnelly Left Winger Walsall Free
Conor Mitchell Goalkeeper St Johnstone Free
Tom Anderson Centre Back Doncaster Rovers Free
Chris Long Centre Forward Fleetwood Town Free
Aiden Stone Goalkeeper Lancaster City Loan


Cardiff City

Cardiff has made a few pretty decent signings so far and have been raiding four Championships rivals to strengthen their side in the Premier League. They’ve managed to plunder Bobby Reid, a striker from Bristol City – a great little signing. It also looks as though they might be after Liverpool’s midfielder, Marko Krujic, who was on loan last season, but is sought after for a more permanent placement. It also looks as though they might be looking to sign up West Brom’s Nick Ames, which could be an interesting addition.

Who’s In?

Bobby Reid Midfielder Bristol City £10 million
Josh Murphy Winger Norwich City £1.1 million
Greg Cunningham Defender Preston £4 million
Alex Smithies Goalkeeper QPR £3.5 million
Victor Camarasa Central Midfielder Real Betis Loan
Harry Arter Central Midfielder Bournemouth Loan


Who’s Out?

Ben Wilson Goalkeeper Bradford Free
Greg Halford Centre Back Released
Omar Bogle Centre Forward Birmingham Loan
Lee Camp Goalkeeper Birmigham Indisclosed



Here’s one of the top teams… but it looks as though they haven’t done much so far in terms of transfers. They had strengthened their midfield with a little quality from Brazilian Jorginho, although to get the midfield Sarri wants, it may take a bit more than that… so expect to see a couple of very busy weeks before the window closes.

It looks as though the side are also targeting the CSKA Moscow midfielder, Aleksandr Golovin, as well as Daniele Rugani, the Juventus defender. With the threat of Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois leaving, they definitely need to get something going.

Who’s In?

Jorginho Midfielder Napoli £50.4 million
Rob Green Goalkeeper Huddersfield Free
Kepa Arrizabalaga Goalkeeper Athletic Bilao £71.6 million
Mateo Kovavic Central Midfielder Real Madrid Loan


Who’s Out?

Kenedy Forward Newcastle Loan
Trevoh Chalobah Defender Ipswich Town Loan
Mason Mount Midfielder Derby County Loan
Nathan Baxter Goalkeeper Yeovil Loan
Dujon Sterling Right Back Coventry Loan
Jake Clarke-Salter Centre Back Vitesse Arnhem Loan
Jordan Houghton Defensive Midfielder MK Dons Free
Jamal Blackman Goalkeeper Leeds Loan
Jacob Maddox Central Midfielder Cheltenham Loan
Kasey Palmer Attacking Midfielder Blackburn Loan
Mitchell Beeney Goalkeeper Released
Wallace Oliveira Right Back Released
Reece James Left Back Wigan Loan
Lewis Baker Central Midfielder Leeds Loan
Danilo Pantic Central Midfielder Partizan Belgrade Loan
Eduardo Goalkeeper Vitesse Loan
Joao Rodriguez Centre Forward Tenerife Loan
Todd Kane Right Back Hull City Loan
Mason Mount Attacking Midfielder Derby Loan
Jeremie Boga Attacking Midfielder US Sassuolo €3.9 million
Mario Pasalic Central Midfielder Atalanta Loan
Nathan Attacking Midfielder Atletico Miniero Loan
Victorien Angban Defensive Midfielder FC Metz Loan
Kyle Scott Central Midfielder Telstar Loan
Thibaut Courtois Goalkeeper Real Madrid £31.5 million


Crystal Palace

Roy Hodgson has declared that he doesn’t want to spend too much this transfer window. However, it is clear that there needs to be some spending to improve on the team they already have – particularly centre-forward. It appears that the club are keen to keep hold of Ruben Loftus-Cheek from Chelsea this season… but that every much depends on the plans of Maurizio Sarri.  It looks like they may be set to lose a few players as well – with interest shown in Wilfried Zaha, and Bakary Sako rejecting a new contract.

Hodgson might want to be frugal, but he needs to loosen the purse strings a little if he wants to do anything this season.

Who’s In?

Vicente Guaita Goalkeeper Getafe Free
Cheikhou Kouyate Defensive Midfielder West Ham €10.7 million
Max Meyer Attacking Midfielder Schalke Free
Jordan Ayew Centre Forward Swansea Loan


Who’s Out?

Yohan Cabaye Central Midfielder Al-Nasr Free
Damien Delaney Defender Cork City Free
Lee Chung-yong Midfielder Released
Diego Cavalieri Goalkeeper Released
Jaroslaw Jach Centre Back Caykur Rizespor Loan



A very quiet transfer window so far for Everton. In fact, Marco Silva still hasn’t made a signing as Everton Manager. He desperately needs to improve this squad, so he needs to get moving and make something happen. He has registered interest in a few left back players, such as Kieran Tierney and Lucas Digne. Lucas Digne’s Barcelona teammate, Yerry Mina is one of their defense targets. They are also seeking out an attacking midfielder. This s a team that wants to streamline its team, but ensure quality as well.

Who’s In?

Richarlison Winger Watford £50 million
Lucas Digne Left Back Barcelona £18 million
Joao Virginia Goalkeeper Arsenal Undisclosed
Bernard Left Winger Shakhtar Donetsk Free
Yerry Mina Centre Back Barcelona £30.25 million
Andre Gomes Central Midfielder Barcelona Loan

Who’s Out?

Ramiro Funes Mori Defender Villarreal £4.4 million
Wayne Rooney Forward DC United Free
Joel Robles Goalkeeper Real Betis Free
Jose Baxter Attacking Midfielder Oldham Free
Conor Grant Central Midfielder Plymouth Free
Calum Dyson Centre Forward Plymouth Argyle Free
Luke Garbutt Left Back Oxford Loan
Davy Klaassen Attacking Midfielder Werder Bremen £12.15 million
David Henen Left Winger Released
Henry Onyekuru Left Winger Galatasaray Loan
Shani Tarashaj Forward Grasshopper Club Zurich Loan
Ashley Williams Centre Back Stoke City Loan
Antonee Robinson Left Back Wigan Athletic Loan
Kevin Mirallas Right Winger ACF Fiorentina Loan
Callum Connnolly Defensive Midfielder Wigan Loan



Fulham definitely showed they are playing serious this season with their £30 million double whammy from Nice. However, if they are serious about competing, then this needs to be just the beginning. More than anything, it is clear that Fulham is in dire need of a decent striker, now that their on-loan striker, Alexsander Mitrovic has returned to Newcastle. He played a big role in the club’s promotion, so this is a gap that needs filling. There is hope that the player will return, but that has yet to be decided or confirmed.

Who’s In?

Jean Michael Seri Goalkeeper Nice £25 million
Maxime Le Marchand Defender Nice £7.5 million
Andre Schurrle Left Winger Borussia Dortmund Loan
Aleksandar Mitrovic Centre Forward Newcastle £18.18 million
Fabricio Agosto Ramirez Goalkeeper Besiktas €6 million
Alfie Mawson Centre Back Swansea €16.85 million
Calum Chambers Centre Back Arsenal Loan
Sergio Rico Goalkeeper Sevilla Loan
Joe Bryan Left Back Bristol Undisclosed
Luciano Vietto Centre Forward Atletico Madrid Loan
Timothy Fosu-Mensah Right Back Man Utd Loan
Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa Defensive Midfielder Marseille €24.85 million


Who’s Out?

David Button Goalkeeper Brighton Undisclosed
Ryan Fredericks Midfielder West Ham Free
George Williams Attacking Midfielder Forest Green Free
Joe Felix Right Back QPR Free
Marek Rodak Goalkeeper Rotherham Loan
Elijah Adebayo Centre Forward Swindon Loan
Stephen Humphrys Centre Forward Scunthorpe Utd Loan
Tayo Edun Defensive Midfielder Ipswich Town Loan


Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield really struggled to score last season and it’s for this very reason that David Wagner has signed Monaco’s Adama Diakhaby for a sum of around £8 million. This wasn’t the obvious goal scoring choice as this player scored only three goals in thirty appearances last season. However, it is clear that Wagner sees something in him that maybe we are missing.

As well as this he has signed the Egyptian winner Ramadan Sobhi, from Stoke in his collection of six new signings – worth, in all, around £30 million. Amongst these there is Terence Kongolo, whose £17.5 million move from the Monaco squad makes him Huddersfield’s biggest signing to date.

Who’s In?

Terence Kongolo Defender Monaco £17.5 million
Ramadan Sobhi Winger Stoke City £5.7 million
Jonas Lossl Goalkeeper Mainz £2.3 million
Adama Diakhaby Forward Monaco Undisclosed
Juninho Bacuna Midfielder FC Groningen Undisclosed
Erik Durm Defender Borussia Dortmund Undisclosed
Ben Hamer Goalkeeper Leicester Free
Florent Hadergjonaj Right Back Ingolstadt Undisclosed
Isaac Mbenza Right Winger Montpellier Loan


Who’s Out?

Tom Ince Attacking Midfielder Stoke £10 million
Dean Whitehead Central Midfielder Retired
Rob Green Goalkeeper Released
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis Left Back Bristol Rovers Undisclosed
Jack Boyle Attacking Midfielder Released
Denilson Carvalho Attacking Midfielder Released
Dylan Cogill Centre Back Released
Luca Colville Midfielder Released
Cameron Taylor Midfielder Released
Jack Payne Attacking Midfielder Bradford City Loan
Sean Scannell Right Winger Bradford City Undisclosed
Joel Coleman Goalkeeper Shrewsbury Loan
Jordy Hiwula Centre Forwards Coventry City Undisclosed

Leicester City

Leicester City lost a touch of creativity when Riyad Mahrez departed. However, they seem to have counter acted this partly by bringing in James Maddison. They also look to be strengthening the defence with the additions of Ricardo Pereira and Jonny Evans. Furthermore, it‘s been confirmed that Liverpool’s goalkeeper, Danny Ward, has also joined the club. Furthermore, Lazio’s left back, Jordan Lukaku also looks as though he might too join the club. On top of this, Leicester will need to be looking for someone to play wide and fill the gap that was left by Mahrez. There are a few players who have been linked to a move, such as Rachid Ghezzal from Monaco as well as a renewed interest in Jack Grealish.

Who’s In?

James Maddison Midfielder Norwich £24 million
Ricardo Periera Defender Porto £17.5 million
Jonny Evans Defender West Brom £3.5 million
Danny Ward Goalkeeper Liverpool Undisclosed
Rachid Ghezzal Right Winger Leicester City €14 million
Filip Benkovic Centre Back Dinamo Zagreb Undisclosed
Caglar Soyunco Centre Back SC Freiburg Undisclosed


Who’s Out?

Riyad Mahrez Winger Manchester City £60 million
Ben Hamer Goalkeeper Huddersfield Town Free
Robert Huth Centre Back Released
Connor Wood Left Back Bradford City Undisclosed
Harvey Barnes Left Midfielder West Brom Loan
Daniel Iversen Goalkeeper Oldham Loan
Elliott Moore Centre Back OH Leuven Loan
Max Bramley Goalkeeper Telford Utd Loan
George Thomas Right Winger Scunthorpe Utd Loan
Ahmed Musa Centre Forward Al-Nassr €16.5 milliom



No one can deny that Liverpool had a great season last season. The top three strikers, Salah, Mane and Firminho worked incredibly. However, there seemed to be one or two issues in the midfield and at the back that needed tightening up. Klopp managed to get through to the Champions League final last season, and he’s going to try to get that one step further this time.

On the whole, it was defensive errors that led to the defeat, so tightening up here and in the midfield is a necessity. He’s looking to solve this by bringing in Naby Keita, Shaqiri and the Brazilian Goalie Alisson.

Who’s In?

Alisson Goalkeeper Roma £65 million
Naby Keita Central Midfielder RB Leipzig £52.8 million
Fabinho Right Back Monaco £40 million
Xherdan Shaqiri Midfielder Stoke City £13.5 million


Who’s Out?

Danny Ward Goalkeeper Leicester Undisclosed
Emre Can Defensive Midfielder Juventus Free
Jon Flanagan Right Back Rangers Free
Ovie Ejaria Central Midfielder Rangers Loan
Jordan Williams Left Winger Rochdale Free
Ryan Kent Left Winger Rangers Loan
Shamal George Goalkeeper Tranmere Rovers Loan
Ben Woodburn Left Winger Sheffield United Loan
Yan Dhanda Left Midfielder Swansea Free
Adam Bogdan Goalkeeper Hibernian Loan
Harry Wilson Right Winger Derby Loan
Paulo Alves Attacking Midfielder Wolves Free
Andy Firth Goalkeeper Barrow Free
Taiwo Awoniyi Centre Forward Gent Loan
Shamal George Goalkeeper Tranmere Rovers Loan
Allan Central Midfielder Frankfurt Loan
Danny Ings Centre Forward Southampton Loan


Manchester City

Another of the big players and big spenders is looking to improve the team for next season. Despite having a phenomenal season, and winning the league by a country mile, the performance in the Champions League proved there were still improvements necessary. Pep Guardiola did try for Jorginho, but missed out to Chelsea. However, he did manage to land Mahrez from Leicester.

Whether Pep will try to get someone else instead of Jorginho is debatable. He already has Ilkay Gundogen and Fernandinho fighting for a spot, but it’s not out of the realms of possibility. This will be an interesting one.

Who’s In?

Riyad Mahrez Winger Leicester £60 million
Philippe Sandler Centre Back PEC Zwolle £2.25 million
Claudio Gomes Defending Midfielder Paris Saint-Germain Free
Daniel Arzani Left Winger Melbourne City Undisclosed


Who’s Out?

Angus Gunn Goalkeeper Southampton £10 million
Pablo Maffeo Right Back Stuttgart £8.1 million
Angelino Left Back PSV Eindhoven £5 million
Olarenwaju Kayode Forward Shakhtar Donetsk £2.6 million
Yaya Toure Central Midfielder Released
Will Patching Central Midfielder Notts County Free
Ashley Smith-Brown Left Back Plymouth Argyle Undisclosed
Jacob Davenport Defensive Midfielder Blackburn Rovers Undisclosed
Jack Harrison Right Winger Leeds Loan
Bersant Celina Attacking Midfielder Swansea
Matt Smith Defensive Midfielder FC Twente Loan
Edward Francis Centre Back Almere City Loan
Paolo Fernandes Right Winger NAC Breda Loan
Aro Muric Goalkeeper NAC Breda Loan
Aleix Garcia Defending Midfielder Girona FC Loan
Tosin Adarabioyo Centre Back West Brom Loan


Manchester United

So, with Mourinho looking to improve Man U’s showing from last season, we can expect some decent movements here. He firstly looks ready to improve and upgrade his full backs. This is where Diogo Dalot comes in. Although he’s not really been put to the test, Mourinho seems to be satisfied. Dalot is apparently set to be the understudy of Valencia on the right. This then frees up Luke Shaw to challenge Ashley Young on the left.

Also, he may choose to get stronger strikers, as his from can be a little temperamental – although Lukaku did have a good World Cup. We could therefore see some signings up front. He never made a move for Mahrez, which was slightly puzzling – but he may have other plans we’re not yet aware of.

Who’s In?

Fred Midfielder Shakhtar Donetsk £55 million
Diogo Dalot Full-back Porto £19 million
Lee Grant Goalkeeper Stoke £1.5 million


Who’s Out?

Michael Carrick Defensive Midfielder Retired
Joe Riley Right Back Bradford Undisclosed
Dean Henderson Goalkeeper Sheffield United Loan
Sam Johnstone Goalkeeper West Brom £6.5 million
Matty Willock Central Midfielder St Mirren Loan
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson Left Back Scunthorpe Loan
Daley Blind Left Back Ajax €16 million
Joel Pereira Goalkeeper Vitoria Setubal Loan
Axel Tuanzebe Centre Back Aston Villa Loan


Newcastle United

Well, Rafa came in insisting on spending money to improve his team – he wanted to lay out around £45 million for improvements, but has now been told that if he wants to buy, then he’s got to sell. As goal scoring is his priority he’s first and foremost looking for a striker. However, if he wants to get his hands on Salomon Rondon, then he’ll need to sell Aleksandr Mitrovic to get the funds. Rafa has so far managed to invest £4.5 million in goalkeeper Martin Dubravka. He’s also secured Chelsea’s Kenedy on loan as well as Ki Sung-yeung free from Swansea. It looks like it’s all about maneuvering for Benitez… he needs to sell in order to buy – this could be interesting.

Who’s In?

Martin Dubravka Goalkeeper Sparta Prague £4.5 million
Ki Sung-yeung Central Midfielder Swansea Free
Kenedy Left Back Chelsea Loan
Fabian Schar Centre Back Deportivo La Coruna €4 million
Yoshinori Muto Centre Forward Mainz €10.7 million
Salomon Rondon Centre Forward West Brom Loan
Federico Fernandez Cebtre Back Swansea Undisclosed


Who’s Out?

Mikel Merino Midfielder Real Sociedad £10 million
Massadio Haidara Left Back Lens Free
Alex Gilliead Right Winger Shrewsbury Free
Chancel Mbemba Centre Back Porto £7.2 million
Aleksandar Mitrovic Centre Forward Fulham £18.18 million
Stuart Findlay Centre Back Limarnock Free
Matz Sels Goalkeeper Strasbourg €4 million
Adam Armstrong Centre Forward Blackburn Rovers €1.9 million
Dwight Gayle Centre Forward West Brom Loan



This has been a very busy time for Southampton as they narrowly escaped relegation. The team is determined not to face that again so is making some big additions to its team. They’ve nabbed Angus Gunn from Man City, who they expect to take top spot from Alex McCarthy. They are tightening up the defence with the addition of Jannik Vestergaard; they are also trying to bring some well-needed creativity with the addition of Mohamed Elyounoussi.

With lots of additions and very few leaving, Southampton is trying to move up. It will be very exciting to see if they have anything else in store – and how this affects the squad this season.

Who’s In?

Jannik Vestergaard Defender Borussia Monchengladbach £18 million
Mohamed Elyounoussi Forward Basel £16 million
Angus Gunn Goalkeeper Manchester City £10 million
Stuart Armstrong Midfielder Celtic £7 million
Danny Ings Centre Forward Liverpool Loan


Who’s Out?

Dusan Tadic Winger Ajax £15 million
Guido Carrillo Striker Leganes Loan
Olufela Olomola Centre Forward Scunthorpe Free
Will Wood Centre Back Accrington Stanley Free
Jordy Clasie Defensive Midfielder Feyernoord Loan
Jeremy Pied Right Back Released
Florin Gardos Centre Back Released
Ollie Cook Centre Back Released
Armani Little Central Midfielder Released
Richard Bakary Right Back Released
Stuart Taylor Goalkeeper Released
Ryan Seager Centre Forward Telstar Loan
Sofiane Boufal Attacking Midfielder Celta Vigo Loan



It was tense times at Tottenham when Real Madrid was after Pochettino. However, he ignored the huge Spanish side and set his sights firmly on the future of the London club. Tottenham had a great season last year and so far it seems to want to stick with what it knows, as there have been no secured transfers in yet.

However, it looks like changes will be set in motion soon when the club says goodbye to Toby Alderweireld. Mousa Dembele and Danny Rose. To strengthen its position, the club seems to want to target Wilmar Barrios, Jack Grealish, Antony Martial and Wilfried Zaha. Action might be slow now, but watch this space…

Who’s In?


Who’s Out?

Keanan Bennetts Midfielder Borussia Monchengladbach £2 million
Anton Walkes Right Back Portsmouth Undisclosed



Busy times at Watford for sure with the recent additions of six new players so far. We will see the arrival of Adam Masina who looks set to be the first choice left back and this could be very important to the plans of the clubs. They do look to be after a new striker also, but with quite a heavy squad, they may need to get rid of a few players first.

Who’s In?

Gerard Deulofeu Forward Barcelona £11.5 million
Ben Foster Goalkeeper West Brom £4 million
Adam Masina Defender Bologna £3.5 million
Marc Navarro Central Defender Espanyol £3 million
Ken Sema Midfielder Ostersund £1 million
Ben Wilmot Defender Stevenage Undisclosed
Domingos Quina Central Midfielder West Ham £990k


Who’s Out?

Nordin Amrabat Winger Al Nassr £4 million
Mauro Zarate Forward Velez Sarsfield £2 million
Costel Pantilimon Goalkeeper Notts Forest £2 million
Richarlison Left Winger Everton £35 million
Tommie Hoban Centre Back Aberdeen Loan
Jerome Sinclair Centre Forward Sunderland Loan
David Sesay Right Back Crawley Free
Brandon Mason Left Back Released
Randell Williams Left WInger Wycombe Wanderers Loan


West Ham

West Ham had a very disappointing season previously and will very much be looking to improve on that this year. The team have brought in Pellegrini and he now has to try and restructure and recreate the squad. It looks like he’s going to do that. They have already broken their transfer record when they signed up Felipe Anderson and have taken a chance on Jack Wilshere.

With seven additions to the club this season and four departures, it’ll be interesting to see what the new manager, new structure and new team can do.

Who’s In?

Felipe Anderson Attacking Midfielder Lazio £33.5 million
Issa Diop Central Defender Toulouse £22 million
Andriy Yarmolenko Winger Borussia Dortmund £17.5 million
Lukasz Fabianski Goalkeeper Swansea City £7 million
Fabian Balbuena Centre Back Corinthians £3.5 million
Ryan Fredericks Full-back Fulham Free
Jack Wilshere Midfielder Arsenal Free
Xande Silva Right Winger Vitoria de Guimaraes €1.5 million
Lucas Perez Centre Forward Arsenal £4 million
Carlos Sanchez Defensive Midfielder Fiorentina £4.01 million


Who’s Out?

Reece Burke Defender Hull City £1.5 million
Ben Wells Centre Back QPR Undisclosed
James Collins Defender Released
Patrice Evra Left back Released
Marcus Browne Attacking Midfielder Oxford United Loan
Cheikhou Kouyate Defending Midfielder Crystal Palace €10.7 million
Sead Haksabanovic Left Midfielder Malaga Loan



Wolves look to be setting the transfer market alight with the number of signings they have. They have managed to land top Portuguese goalkeeper Patricio for free as well as Mexican star player Raul Jiminez on loan from Benfica.

On top of the numerous signings made, the team has also been linked with Man City’s Oleksandr Zinchenko, although it is possible this will be sidelined as they make a move for Inter Milan’s Joao Mario.

Who’s In?

Diogo Jota Midfielder Atletico Madrid £12.6 million
Benik Afobe Striker Bournemouth £10 million
Willy Boly Central Defender Porto £10 million
Leo Bonatini Forward Al-Hilal FC £5 million
Ruben Vinagre Left Wing-back Monaco £2 million
Rui Patricio Goalkeeper Sporting CP Free
Paulo Alves Attacking Midfielder Liverpool Free
Raul Jiminez Striker Benfica Loan
Joao Moutinho Central Midfielder Wolves £5 million
Jonny Castro Otto Left Back Atletico Madrid Loan
Adama Traore Right Winger Middlesborough Undisclosed
John Kitolano Left Back Odds Ballklub Undisclosed
Lander Dendoncker Defensive Midfielder Anderlecht £13.5 million
Max Kilman Left Back Maidenhead United Undisclosed
Alexander Molberg Centre Back Hobro IK Loan
James Pardington Centre Half Aldwych United Loan


Who’s Out?

Benik Afobe Striker Stoke Loan
Jonathan Flatt Goalkeeper Scunthorpe Free
Aaron Collins Centre Forward Colchester Loan
Harry Burgoyne Goalkeeper Plymouth Argyle Loan
Sherwin Seedorf Left Winger Bradford City Loan
Hakeem Odoffin Right Back Northampton Town Free
Roderick Miranda Centre Back Olympiakos Loan
Barry Douglas Left Back Leeds £3.06 million
Christian Herc Central Midfielder Dunajska Streda Loan
Duckens Nazon Centre Forward STVV Undisclosed
Ben Marshall Right Midfielder Norwich Undisclosed
Prince Oniangue Central Midfielder SM Caen Undisclosed
Rafa Mir Centre Forward Las Palmas Loan
Carl Ikeme Goalkeeper Retired
Ben Goodliffe Centre Back Dagenham and Redbridge Loan