The 2022 summer transfer window has closed, with Premier League clubs making it a market to remember.
Never before have England’s leading sides spent so much money, with Chelsea having the biggest window of any club in history.
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It was a window that finished with a flourish. Antony completed a late move to Manchester United while Chelsea announced deals for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Denis Zakaria from Barcelona and Juventus respectively, well after the deadline had passed.
Deadline Day: Every confirmed transfer around Europe
This page will be updated regularly to detail every Premier League transfer by every club between now and the end of the summer transfer window, both ins and out.
Arsenal summer signings
Arsenal summer sales
Aston Villa summer signings
Aston Villa summer sales
Bournemouth summer signings
Bournemouth summer sales
Brentford summer signings
Brentford summer sales
Brighton summer signings
Brighton summer sales
Chelsea summer signings
Chelsea summer sales
Crystal Palace summer signings
Crystal Palace summer sales
Everton summer signings
Everton summer sales
Fulham summer signings
Fulham summer sales
Leeds summer signings
Leeds summer sales
Leicester City summer signings
Leicester City summer sales
Liverpool summer signings
Liverpool summer sales
Man City summer signings
Man City summer sales
Man Utd summer signings
Man Utd summer sales
Newcastle summer signings
Newcastle summer sales
Nottingham Forest summer signings
Nottingham Forest summer sales
Southampton summer signings
Southampton summer sales
Tottenham summer signings
Tottenham summer sales
West Ham summer signings
West Ham summer sales
Wolves summer signings
Wolves summer sales
What deals have happened in the Premier League?
Reigning champions Manchester City activated Erling Haaland’s release clause at Borussia Dortmund and bought Kalvin Phillips from Leeds United, while Stefan Ortega arrived on a free transfer. Sergio Gomez joined from Anderlecht in the middle of August, while Pep Guardiola also welcomed Julian Alvarez into his squad following his January transfer from River Plate. Gomez and Haaland were both boyhood Man City supporters, which has pleased the current fanbase. City returned to Dortmund for another signing on deadline day, bringing in defender Manuel Akanji for £15m.
But, despite their eye-catching additions, they have lost several key stars. They’ve sold Raheem Sterling to Chelsea and both Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko to Arsenal. They have also lost veteran Fernandinho on a free transfer back to Brazil, while Pedro Porro has joined Sporting CP permanently.
Last year’s runners-up Liverpool have also spent big, beating off numerous rivals to land Benfica revelation Darwin Nunez for a club-record fee of £86 million (€100m), including add-ons. They’ve also signed youngsters Fabio Carvalho from Fulham and Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen. Arthur joined on loan from Juventus to add depth. But, Jurgen Klopp’s side have sold a host of players, including club legend Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich, Takumi Minamino to Monaco and Neco Williams to Nottingham Forest.
New Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has splashed the cash as they try and catch up with City and Liverpool. The Blues lost both Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christiansen to free transfers, while Timo Werner has re-joined RB Leipzig but they have signed the aforementioned Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli, as well as Marc Cucurella from Brighton and Wesley Fofana from Leicester. Aubameyang and Zakaria arrived late on Deadline Day.
Meanwhile, the additions of Aston Villa’s Carney Chukwuemeka, Chicago Fire’s Gabriel Slonina and Inter’s Cesare Casadei showed their desire to future-proof the squad.
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Manchester United were fully aware they need a transfer revolution if they are to restore their former glories and in Erik ten Hag and they have targeted the Dutch market. Ten Hag has signed Ajax’s Lisandro Martinez and Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia, while Christian Eriksen has arrived on a Bosman after his short-term Brentford contract expired. Casemiro has also been added after Man Utd lost their opening two Premier League fixtures of the season. The Brazilian was unveiled ahead of their victory over Liverpool. Antony’s signing was confirmed on deadline day as well as the loan of Martin Dubravka from Newcastle.
However, the Red Devils have lost Paul Pogba (to Juventus), Nemanja Matic (to Roma), Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard (to Nottingham Forest) on free transfers after their contracts expired while Dean Henderson and Eric Bailly have joined Forest and Marseille respectively on loan.
There has been a huge amount of spending in the capital, with Arsenal investing heavily in the transfer market once again. Zinchenko is the most recent big name to arrive, joining Jesus, Fabio Vieira, Marquinhos and Matt Turner to sign for the club this summer. The Gunners have sold the likes of Bernd Leno, Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi, though, while record signing Nicolas Pepe has joined Nice on loan.
Across North London, Antonio Conte demanded that Spurs owner Daniel Levy gave him a huge transfer war-chest and that wish has been granted. Ivan Perisic joined from Inter on a free transfer, while Fraser Forster also arrived for nothing from Southampton. Yves Bissouma was picked up from Brighton, while Djed Spence was signed from Middlesbrough. They also captured Richarlison for a club-record €70m as well as confirming the permanent signing of Cristian Romero from Atalanta for €50m.
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Everton responded to selling Richarlison by making their first signing of the summer in Burnley defender James Tarkowski. He has been joined at Goodison Park by Dwight McNeil and Lille star Amadou Onana. The Merseyside outfit also loaned out Dele Alli to Besiktas and signed Idrissa Gueye from PSG for £8m.
Newcastle were expected to be one of Europe’s biggest spenders this year following their takeover and they beat AC Milan to highly-rated Lille centre-back Sven Botman, while also bringing in Matt Targett and Nick Pope. The Magpies have also swooped for Alexander Isak, who has arrived from Real Sociedad.
Aston Villa are another club who were busy early in the transfer market, spending £27.9m on Sevilla’s Diego Carlos, £18m on the permanent deal for Philippe Coutinho and the impressive free transfer signing of Marseille youngster Boubacar Kamara. A move for Watford’s Ismaila Sarr fell through.
Leeds have opened up their chequebook, spending almost £100m on a raft of players to make up for the exits of Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha. Marc Roca, Tyler Adams and Luis Sinisterra are among the new arrivals.
West Ham have also spent well, beating Paris Saint-Germain to Italy striker Gianluca Scamacca from Sassuolo for £32.4m on top of their other business, which includes the addition of Lyon’s Lucas Paqueta, Rennes defender Nayef Aguerd, PSG’s Thilo Kehrer and Burnley star Maxwel Cornet. They have also added Chelsea left-back Emerson Palmieri to their squad for a fee of £13m.
Wolves made Hwang Hee-Chan’s loan deal permanent from RB Leipzig and have added defender Nathan Collins from relegated Burnley as well as Goncalo Guedes from Valencia. Bruno Lage’s side also snatched Matheus Nunes from Sporting, despite interest from the likes of Man City and Chelsea.
However, they haven’t replaced Fabio Silva, who has joined Anderlecht on loan.
Newly promoted Nottingham Forest have been one of the sensations of the summer transfer window, signing a whole new squad’s worth of players.
They were the fifth biggest spenders in Europe, bringing in the likes of Lingard, Taiwo Awoniyi and Remo Freuler. Forest pushed up their spending further with the arrival of Morgan Gibbs-White from Wolves, who will cost the Premier League new boys a cool £42.5m if add-ons are met.
Fellow new-boys Bournemouth’s biggest signing is Marcos Senesi from Feyenoord.
Leicester took until deadline day to make their first major signing of the summer, with Reims defender Wout Faes coming in to replace Wesley Fofana for £15m.
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All completed Premier League transfers in summer 2022 – listed
- Author: goal.com
- Published: 02/21/2022
- Review: 4.6 (560 vote)
- Summary: All completed Premier League transfers in summer 2022 – listed ; Dinos Mavropanos · Stuttgart. Undisclosed ; Gary Cahill · Released. Free ; Jayson …
- Detail: https://www.goal.com/en-us/lists/all-completed-premier-league-transfers-listed/bltee786573bd1d95b7
10 biggest 2022 Premier League transfers rated with Man Utd flying and Chelsea struggling
- Author: mirror.co.uk
- Published: 05/29/2022
- Review: 4.47 (367 vote)
- Summary: 10 biggest 2022 Premier League transfers rated with Man Utd flying and Chelsea struggling · Antony · Wesley Fofana · Darwin Nunez · Casemiro.
- Source: Eight weeks on and Martinez has emerged as one of the leaders of a resurgent Man United side. After looking out of his depth in his early starts Martinez now looks one of the best defenders in the entire top flight. Instead of talking about what he …
- Detail: https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/premier-league-biggest-transfers-record-28370080
Transfers – English Premier League
- Author: espn.com
- Published: 10/25/2022
- Review: 4.29 (431 vote)
- Summary: Transfers – English Premier League ; Sep 1. Antony. AJA. MAN. € 95M ; Sep 1. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. BAR. CHE. € 12M ; Sep 1. Carlos Vinicius. BEN. FUL.
- Detail: https://www.espn.com/soccer/transfers/_/league/eng.1/premier-league
English Premier League Transfers 2022/2023 – Soccer News
- Author: soccernews.com
- Published: 05/18/2022
- Review: 4.07 (231 vote)
- Summary: When, Player, From, To, Price. Sep 12, Spain. Diego Costa. Attacker. Atletico Mineiro, Wolves, Free. Sep 7, Ivory Coast. Serge Aurier. Defender.
- Detail: https://www.soccernews.com/soccer-transfers/english-premier-league-transfers/