Football transfer window summer 2022 – Europe’s top five men’s leagues | Transfer window


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Deals completed1718

Total value£4.1bn

Arsenal‘s transfer balance is£-90.7m

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01 September 2022

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Marcos Alonso

Defender

Chelsea to Free agent

Full-back joins Barça as part of Aubameyang deal, having won six different trophies at Chelsea

free

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4

Denis Zakaria

Midfielder

Juventus to Chelsea

London club have option to make the deal permanent at end of the season

loan

26394
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Wilfried Gnonto

Forward

FC Zurich to Leeds United

Leeds make late move for highly-rated Italian forward after failing to land Cody Gakpo or Bamba Dieng

£3.9m

26300
4

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Forward

Barcelona to Chelsea

Unfinished business’ – forward returns to Premier League and will wear No 9 shirt at Chelsea

£12m

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Jordi Escobar

Forward

Almería to Real Betis

20-year-old striker will join up with Betis’ B-team initially

loan

01 September 2022

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Taïryk Arconte

Winger

Ajaccio to Brest

Teenage winger born in Guadeloupe has been capped by France up to U19 level

undisclosed fee

01 September 2022

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4

Billy Gilmour

Midfielder

Brighton to Chelsea

Graham Potter excited by midfielder’s ‘fantastic pedigree’ and ‘strength of character’ as he signs four-year deal at Amex

£9m

26349
15

Loïc Badé

Defender

Rennes to Nottingham Forest

Centre-back arrives on loan to strengthen defence with Moussa Niakhate facing months out

loan

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Callum Wright

Midfielder

Leicester City to Blackpool

Midfielder made 54 appearances in two loan spells at Cheltenham

undisclosed fee

01 September 2022

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Nicolás Fernández Mercau

Defender

San Lorenzo to Elche

La Liga side return to Argentinian market to replace Johan Mojica with 22-year-old left-back

undisclosed fee

01 September 2022

46
15

Josh Bowler

Winger

Blackpool to Nottingham Forest

Winger will spend rest of the season in Greece with Olympiakos

£4m

27408
26469

Adil Aouchiche

Midfielder

Saint-Etienne to Lorient

Promising playmaker is released by Ligue 2 side and joins Breton club on four-year deal

free

01 September 2022

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Dan James

Winger

Leeds United to Fulham

Deadline Day Dan’ – Wales international makes switch to Craven Cottage on season-long loan

loan

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41189

Lázaro

Winger

Flamengo to Almería

Rising star tracked by West Ham joins ambitious La Liga side for £7m fee

£6m

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26349

Christopher Wooh

Defender

Lens to Rennes

Cameroon international signs four-year deal after €10m fee agreed

£8.6m

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The summer transfer window 2022 promises to be as busy as ever. We have already had some big transfers with Erling Haaland joining Manchester City, and Kalvin Phillips also brought in to reinforce the defending Premier League champions.

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The new Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, has recruited Lisandro Martínez and Tyrell Malacia from the Eredivisie. Richarlison and Yves Bissouma headline a busy summer for Spurs, while Thomas Tuchel’s rebuild of Chelsea has seen Marc Cucurella, Kalidou Koulibaly and Raheem Sterling arrive.

Two more former City players, Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko, have joined Mikel Arteta at Arsenal. Sadio Mané has left Liverpool for Bayern Munich, with Darwin Núñez replacing him and Robert Lewandowski leaving Bavaria for Barcelona, who have also spent big on Jules Koundé and Raphinha.

Real Madrid have paid the biggest fee so far this summer to sign Monaco midfielder Aurelién Tchouaméni, while PSG have brought in Vitinha, Nordi Mukiele and Renato Sanches. Paul Pogba has returned to Juventus along with fellow free agent Ángel Di María, with defender Mathijs De Ligt moving to Bayern.



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