Transfer deadline day: The Premier League club has already spent nearly £1 billion on a sensational transfer window, which came when Manchester United agreed to a surprising resignation agreement with Cristiano Ronaldo before the Transfer deadline day. The window has been added.
The Portugal international looks set to join rival Manchester City, but a dramatic change took place last Friday. Ronaldo was persuaded to return to Old Trafford after leaving 12 years ago.
In a compelling window, Solskjaer finally completed the £73 million contract of Dortmund’s Sancho and the £34 million transfer of French World Cup champion Real Madrid’s Rafael Varane .
Premier League champions Manchester City may have lost Ronaldo, but they signed Aston Villa’s midfielder Jack Greerish for £100 million, breaking the British singles record.
So far, Premier League clubs have spent 962 million pounds on transfers. Which means that a lot of spending will be needed to reach the 1.3 billion pounds in the transfer window last summer.
European champions Chelsea also signed striker Romelu Lukaku from Serie A champion Inter Milan for a whopping £ 97.5 million. Which is the second highest transaction in this window.
Arsenal also spent approximately £ 140 million on reinforcements, including £ 50 million for England international defender Ben White.
£ 30 million for Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard and £ 24 million for Sheffield United Team goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
Liverpool activated a £ 36 million buyout clause for Leipzig defender RB Leipzig Ibrahima Konat. While Vera used Grelish money for smart acquisitions, including forward Danny Inges and midfielder Migliano Buendia and winger Leon Bailey.
The transfer window is already an unforgettable moment. Lionel Messi left Barcelona and joined Paris Saint-Germain after his contract at the Camp Nou expired, doing unimaginable things.
This deal alone may win the transfer window for the French Ligue 1 team. But it also won the transfer window for Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, Spanish defender Sergio Ramos and Dutch international George Wiener Erdum made a move. compelling … these are all free transfers.
When is the transfer deadline day for this year?
The transfer windows for Premier League, English Football League and Scotland will close at 23:00 BST on Tuesday, August 31.
Qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup will begin in two days.
So, the signatories may not be able to meet up with all of their new teammates until they return to the club next week.
How about across Europe?
The transfer window for major European leagues also closed on Tuesday.
In Germany, it closes at 17:00 British summer time, while Spain, Italy and France close at 00:00 British summer time.
Will it be a busy day?
One player who will not be traded is England captain Harry Kane. Who has a lot to do with the move to Manchester City but has promised to stay at Tottenham Hotspur.
But the most eye-catching and expensive deal may appear in continental Europe, as Real Madrid hopes to seize French World Cup champion Kylian Mbappé from Paris Saint-Germain after the second £ 146 million offer .
The French club are reportedly trying to make an incredible effort at the last minute to sign Erin Blaout Harland from Dortmund to replace Mbappé.
Last year’s Premier League deadline had only 12 transfers. The fewest in recent years, so this time we will see more transactions completed?
Chelsea’s loss may be the most active club in the Premier League on Tuesday, the potential ins and outs.
It seems that the Blues will have to pay 68 million pounds to sign the French midfielder Jules Comte from Sevilla, while
Dortmund has to face winger Callum Hudson-Odoi. Interested in transactions.
Everton striker Mois Keane can replace Ronaldo at Juventus, and Toffee can loan former Newcastle striker Salomon Longdon.
West Ham United continue to be linked to the permanent transfer of Manchester United striker Jesse Lingard.
Who had a successful loan period last season.
If Arsenal can trade Brazilian winger William for Corinthians, his weekly salary can be cut by £ 200,000. And Colombian Everton player James Rodríguez can return to former club Porto on loan.
Leicester is negotiating with RB Leipzig a permanent deal for Admora Lukeman, and the Wolves are interested in taking Sven Botman from Lille.