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Alla Zakarian

09-08-2019 | 13:18 Football

Premier League top SIX transfers: All done deals

Arsenal had a busy deadline day with the signings of David Luiz and Kieran Tierney to strengthen their defence and now the transfer window is closed. Premier League clubs spent an astonishing £1.4billion this summer. It was enough to make it the beigest of all time following 2017’s £1.43bn. Here is full round-up of all the ins and outs in the Premier League’s top six clubs.

Arsenal £84.65m (net spend)

  • Gabriel Martinelli (Ituano, £6m)
  • William Saliba (Saint Etienne, undisclosed)
  • Dani Ceballos (Real Madrid, loan)
  • Nicolas Pepe (Lille, £72m)
  • Kieran Tierney (Celtic, £25m)
  • David Luiz (Chelsea, £8m)
  • Aaron Ramsey (Juventus, free)
  • Petr Cech (retired)
  • Danny Welbeck (Watford, free)
  • Stephan Lichtsteiner (released)
  • Cohen Bramall (Colchester United, free)
  • David Ospina (Napoli, £3.1m)
  • William Saliba (Saint Etienne, loan)
  • Krystian Bielik (Derby, undisclosed)
  • Takuma Asano (Partizan Belgrade, £1m)
  • Laurent Koscielny (Bordeaux, £4.6m)
  • Carl Jenkinson (Nottingham Forest, £2m)
  • Alex Iwobi (Everton, £38m)
  • Eddie Nketiah (Leeds, loan)
  • Dominic Thompson (Brentford, £3m)
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Chelsea (-£72.9m)

  • Mateo Kovacic (Real Madrid, £40m)
  • Gary Cahill (Crystal Palace, free)
  • Rob Green (retired)
  • Eden Hazard (Real Madrid, £130m)
  • Jay Dasilva (Bristol City, undisclosed)
  • Tomas Kalas (Bristol City, £8m)
  • Alvaro Morata (Atletico Madrid, £58m)
  • Marcin Bulka (PSG, free)
  • Akwo Arrey-Mbi (Bayern Munich, free)
  • Jamal Musiala (Bayern Munich, free)
  • Matt Miazga (Reading, loan)
  • Ethan Ampadu (RB Leipzig, loan)
  • Kasey Palmer (Bristol City, undisclosed)
  • Danny Drinkwater (Burnley, loan)
  • David Luiz (Arsenal, £8m)
Image Source: Sky Sports

Liverpool (-£10.1m)

  • Sepp Van der Berg (Zwolle, £1.7m)
  • Adrian (West Ham, free)
  • Harvey Elliott (Fulham, undisclosed)
  • Alberto Moreno (Villarreal, free)
  • Daniel Sturridge (released)
  • Adam Bogdan (released)
  • Connor Randall (released)
  • Sheyi Ojo (Rangers, loan)
  • Rafael Camacho (Sporting Lisbon, £5m)
  • Simon Mignolet (Club Brugge, £6m)
  • Harry Wilson (Bournemouth, loan)
  • Ovie Ejaria (Sheffield United, loan)
  • Nathaniel Phillips (Stuttgart, loan)
Image Source: Sky Sports

Manchester United (£72m)

  • Daniel James (Swansea City, £15m)
  • Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Crystal Palace, £50m)
  • Harry Maguire (Leicester City, £85m)
  • Ander Herrera (PSG, free)
  • Antonio Valencia (LDU Quito, free)
  • James Wilson (Aberdeen, free)
  • Dean Henderson (Sheffield United, loan)
  • Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan, £73m)
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Manchester City (£79.9m)

  • Angelino (PSV, £5.3m)
  • Rodri (Atletico Madrid, £63m)
  • Joao Cancelo (Juventus, £27m)
  • Scott Carson (Derby, loan)
  • Pedro Porro (Girona, undisclosed)
  • Vincent Kompany (Anderlecht, free)
  • Patrick Roberts (Norwich, loan)
  • Ante Palaversa (Oostende, loan)
  • Arijanet Muric (Nottingham Forest, loan)
  • Thierry Ambrose (Metz, loan)
  • Matt Smith (QPR, loan)
  • Pablo Mari (Flamengo, £1.7m)
  • Taylor Richards (Brighton, undisclosed)
  • Paolo Fernandes (Perugia, loan)
  • Manu Garcia (Sporting Gijon, undisclosed)
  • Luke Brattan (Sydney FC, free)
  • Philippe Sandler (Anderlecht, loan)
  • Fabian Delph (Everton, £10m)
  • Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa, £15m)
  • Danilo (Juventus, swap deal)
Image Source: Sky Sports

Tottenham (£58.7m)

  • Kion Etete (Notts County)
  • Jack Clarke (Leeds United, £10m)
  • Tanguy Ndombele (Lyon, £65m)
  • Giovani Lo Celso (Real Betis, loan)
  • Ryan Sessegnon (Fulham, £30m)
  • Connor Ogilvie (Gillingham, undisclosed)
  • Michel Vorm (released)
  • Dylan Duncan (released)
  • Charlie Freeman (released)
  • Tom Glover (released)
  • Jamie Reynolds (released)
  • Jack Clarke (Leeds United, loan)
  • Kieran Trippier (Atletico Madrid, £20m)
  • Vincent Janssen (Monterrey, £10m)
  • Josh Onomah (Fulham, part of Ryan Sessegnon deal)
  • Cameron Carter-Vickers (Stoke, loan)
Image Source: Sky Sports

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