THE BIGGEST TRANSFERS THUS FAR…

Summer Transfer Window opened on June 10 and will close on August 31; Below are some of the BIGGEST CONFIRMED TRANSFERS that has happened in the footballing world thus far….

PREMIER LEAGUE

Philippe Coutinho – Barcelona to Aston Villa, £17m

Aston Villa made the Brazilian’s initial loan deal permanent with his 5 goals and 2 assists last season proving enough to convince THE VILLIANS of making the loan deal permanent.

Fabio Carvalho – Fulham to Liverpool, undisclosed

Having reached personal agreements since Early January, Liverpool added the highly rated young Portuguese Midfielder to thier ranks with the Youngster leaving London based EFL champions Fulham to Merseyside.

Boubacar Kamara – Marseille to Aston Villa, free

Aston Villa’s second signing of the upcoming season comes in form of the French Defensive Midfielder who joins the Steven Gerrard tutored sided from French Power Houses – Olympique Marseille.

Brenden Aaronson – Red Bull Salzburg to Leeds, £24.7m

Top talented American Attacking Midfielder made the switch from Austrian Champions Rb Salzburg to Leeds United. With 6 goals and 10 assists for the Austrian Outfit last season, he’s definitely one to watch for the future.

Diego Carlos – Sevilla to Aston Villa, undisclosed

Aston Villa made it three swoops as they turned out to be having an early transfer dig with the capture of Sevilla Centre Back Diego Carlos considered a huge steal as they look to revamp their squad for the upcoming season.

Robin Olsen – Roma to Aston Villa, undisclosed

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The Swedish shot-stopper made his loan deal permanent as he looks to stamp his imprint in the EPL come next season as he continues his back up role to Argentine Goalie – Emiliano Martinez.

Matt Targett – Aston Villa to Newcastle, £15m

Newcastle United’s first signing of the 2022/2023 season came in form of Aston Villa player – Matt Targett whose signing would surely bolster the Newcastle United squad who would look to have a competitive squad for the coming season.

Rasmus Kristensen – Red Bull Salzburg to Leeds, £10m

Leeds United made it two signings from the Austrian Outfit with the purchase of Danish right back from the club as they look to give their defensive part a major boost.

Fraser Forster – Southampton to Tottenham, free

The highly experienced Goalkeeper joins as backup to Hugo Lloris as Tottenham begin thier season’s rejuvenation in style.

Marquinhos – Sao Paulo to Arsenal, undisclosed

Arsenal’s Romance with Brazilian Outfit – Sao Paulo finally came to an end with the club confirming the purchase of talented winger Marquinhos from the club.

Erling Haaland – Borussia Dortmund to Man City, £51m

Arguably the transfer of the summer window so far, Manchester City finally laid thier hands on a striker as they look to strengthen their squad after having not played with a recognised prolific striker for a while now and with the Norwegian’s goal scoring record on hand for all to see, it promises to be yet another exciting season for The Cityzens.

Darwin Nunez – Benfica to Liverpool, £85m

With Rivals – Manchester City confirming the purchase of Haaland and with the impending departure of Sadio Mané at hand, Liverpool wasted no time with the signature of Darwin Nunez from SL Benfica with the player’s 34 goals taken into account as he is pited as the ideal replacement for the outgoing Senegalese player.

ITALIAN LEAGUE

Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa – Fulham to Napoli, undisclosed

Cameroonian Midfielder Anguissa looks to have found greener pastures in Naples, Italy with the player making his previous season’s loan deal permanent as his 30 appearances in all competitions for Napoli looked to be enough to earn him a permanent deal.

FRENCH LIGUE 1

Alexandre Lacazette – Arsenal to Lyon, free

Former Arsenal Captain – Lacazette teams up with the team he joined Arsenal from as he gets back to France on a free transfer after the expiration of his contract.

SPANISH LA LIGA

Aurelien Tchouameni – Monaco to Real Madrid, £68.3m

LA Liga and UCL champions Real Madrid moved on from the heartbreak on missing out of Kylian Mbappe with the purchase of highly rated French Midfielder from As Monaco in a deal that saw the 22 year old the 4th most expensive Real Madrid signing of all time.

More TRANSFER updates would be given in the coming week…

🖋 – RIDDLER ZLATAN-HARDIZ 👽 

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