Those of you who follow the Premier League regularly will know how much money these leading clubs are spending. In the last transfer window, Premier League clubs spent a record amount of money. Chelsea and Manchester United have been the most active in the transfer market. They announced deals to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Barcelona and Denis Zakaria from Juventus. We will keep you updated with all the latest transactions from the Premier League.
Premier League squads for 2022-23 season
A number of Premier League clubs have made changes to their squads in recent weeks. While Manchester City and Liverpool have dominated the Premier League in recent years, it is clear that there are some teams with more potential to win the title. The likes of Newcastle, Tottenham, and Arsenal could all have a crack at the top four.
Signings in the transfer window
During the summer transfer window of 2022, Premier League clubs have been on the verge of signing a number of new players. However, this summer’s transfer window will be the last for top-flight clubs to sign new players. A few clubs, like Tottenham, are already in the process of signing players, but some others are still waiting for the winter transfer window to open. Tottenham has been the busiest club, but the likes of Aston Villa and Brighton have been active in the market. Both Aston Villa and Tottenham have made loan deals permanent for Robin Olsen and Philippe Coutinho.
Manchester United’s new signing
Manchester United finished sixth in the English top flight in the 2021/22 season, and rarely even challenged for the Champions League. After the club released the club’s record signing Paul Pogba and academy product Jesse Lingard, they were expected to spend a significant amount of money on a replacement. New manager Craig Ten Hag is expected to have a sizeable budget to spend on new players. Here are a few predictions for what United could sign in the coming months.
Tottenham Hotspur’s new signings
Following the summer transfer window, Tottenham have added a number of promising young players to their squad. This includes goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who will enter his 10th season at the club in August. Although the club have been unable to find a permanent No 1 in recent years, Lloris has stepped in and proven himself to be an outstanding signing. The 36-year-old has already made 413 appearances for the club and has already recorded 16 clean sheets. During the 2021-22 season, Lloris will play in every single Premier League match.
Everton’s signings in 2022 will be a mixture of young and experienced players. They will have a midfielder who can be relied on to win the game at a high level. Everton have several options when it comes to the left back position. Onana is one of them. He is one of the best players in Europe and should be a great addition to the squad. However, he could easily be sold for a profit in the future.
Liverpool have been in the transfer market, with a number of high-profile signings. The club has already lost Sadio Mane and Divock Origi to other clubs, but they have still got a solid core of players. Despite the loss of these players, Liverpool have brought in players like Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez, and Fabio Carvalho. However, there are still a number of question marks surrounding the team’s midfield.
Man City’s signing
Man City are expected to sign a defensive midfielder to replace Fernandinho. The club is said to be in the market for a left-sided specialist. Marc Cucurella has been linked with a move to Manchester City.
Fulham have completed the loan signing of Wales international Dan James. The former Leeds player, who was previously on loan at Tottenham Hotspur, has signed a three-year deal with the club, with an option to extend it by 12 months. James had previously been linked with three Premier League clubs, including Tottenham and PSV Eindhoven.
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