All The Premier League Transfers During The Summer Window

Erling Haaland

The new Premier League season kicks off on 5 August, when Arsenal visits South London to play Crystal Palace.

Erling HaalandErling Haaland’s move to Manchester City is one of the most important summer signings in world football this summer. (Image: twitter/mancity)

Online Gambling compiled all the transfers that were done during the summer transfer window and offers them in full.

2022-23: Premier League Day 1 fixtures

Friday, 5 Aug. Crystal Palace – Arsenal;
Saturday, 6 Aug. Fulham – Liverpool, Bournemouth – Aston Villa, Leeds United – Wolves, Newcastle United – Nottingham Forest, Tottenham – Southampton, Everton – Chelsea;
Sunday, 7 Aug. Leicester – Brentford, Manchester United – Brighton & Hove Albion, West Ham United – Manchester City;

Premier League transfers ahead of the 2022-23 season

Arsenal: Gabriel Jesus (from Man City, $50m), Oleksandr Zinchenko (from Man City, $37m), Fábio Vieira (from Porto, $40m), Matt Turner (from New England, $6.4m), Marquinhos (from São Paulo, $4m); Alex Lacazette (to Lyon, free), Matteo Guendouzi (to Marseille, $11m), Daniel Ballard (to Sunderland, $2.5m), Marcelo Flores (to Real Oviedo, loan)

Aston Villa: Diego Carlos (from Sevilla, $31m), Philippe Coutinho (from Barcelona, $20m), Boubacar Kamara (from Marseille, free), Robin Olsen (from Roma, $3.5m), Ludwig Augustinsson (from Sevilla, loan); Matt Targett (to Newcastle, $17m), Trezeguet (to Trabzonspor), Conor Hourihane (to Derby, free), Louie Barry (to MK Dons, loan), Wesley (to Levante, loan)

Bournemouth: Ryan Fredericks (from West Ham, free), Joe Rothwell (from Blackburn, free); Gary Cahill (released)

Brentford: Thomas Strakosha (from Lazio, free) Aaron Hickey (from Bologna, $20m), Ben Mee (from Burnley, free); Christian Eriksen (to Man Utd, free)

Brighton: Julio Enciso (from Libertad, $11m), Simon Adingra (from Nordsjaelland, $7.5m); Leo Østigård (to Napoli, $5m), Abdallah Sima (to Angers, loan), Yves Bissouma (to Tottenham, $29m), Aaron Connolly (to Venezia, loan), Reda Khadra (to Sheff Utd, loan)

Chelsea: Raheem Sterling (from Man City, $56m), Kalidou Koulibaly (from Napoli, $38m); Antonio Rüdiger (to Real Madrid, free), Romelu Lukaku (to Inter, loan), Andreas Christensen (to Barcelona, free) Jake Clarke-Salter (to QPR, free), Ian Maatsen (to Burnley, loan), Tino Anjorin (to Huddersfield, loan)

Crystal Palace: Cheick Doucouré (from Lens, $21m), Malcolm Ebiowei (from Derby)

Everton: James Tarkowski (from Burnley, free); Richarlison (to Tottenham, $60m), Jonjoe Kenny (to Hertha BSC, free), Fabian Delph, Cenk Tosun (both released), Jarrad Branthwaite (to PSV, loan)

Fulham: João Palhinha (from Sporting, $22m), Andreas Pereira (from Man Utd, $12m), Manor Solomon (from Shakhtar, loan); Fábio Carvalho (to Liverpool, $6m), André Zambo Anguissa (to Napoli, $15m), Jean Michaël Seri (to Hull, free), Timmy Abraham (to Walsall, free)

Leeds United: Brenden Aaronson (from RB Salzburg, $33m), Luis Sinisterra (from Feyenoord, $25m), Tyler Adams (from RB Leipzig, $22m), Rasmus Kristensen (from RB Salzburg, $12m), Marc Roca (from Bayern, $11.5m); Raphinha (to Barcelona, $58m), Kalvin Phillips (to Man City, $45m), Tyler Roberts (to QPR, loan), Jamie Shackleton (to Millwall, loan)

Liverpool: Darwin Núñez (from Benfica, $75m), Fábio Carvalho (from Fulham, $6m), Calvin Ramsay (from Aberdeen, $4.7m); Sadio Mané (to Bayern, $35m), Takumi Minamino (to Monaco, $18m), Divock Origi (to Milan, free), Neco Williams (to Nottingham Forest, $19m), Loris Karius (released), Ben Woodburn (to Preston, free), Ben Davies (to Rangers, $4m), Rhys Williams (to Blackpool, loan)

Manchester City: Erling Haaland (from Dortmund, $75m), Kalvin Phillips (from Leeds, $45m), Stefan Ortega (from Bielefeld, free); Raheem Sterling (to Chelsea, $56m), Gabriel Jesus (to Arsenal, $50m), Oleksandr Zinchenko (to Arsenal, $37m), Fernandinho (to Athletico Paranaense, free), Gavin Bazunu (to Southampton, $14m), Ko Itakura (to Gladbach, $5m), Zack Steffen (to Middlesbrough, loan), Roméo Lavia (to Southampton, $14m), CJ Egan-Riley (to Burnley), Taylor Harwood-Bellis (to Burnley, loan), Callum Doyle (to Coventry, loan), Yan Couto (to Girona, loan)

Manchester United: Lisandro Martínez (from Ajax, $55m), Tyrell Malacia (from Feyenoord, $17m), Christian Eriksen (from Brentford, free); Nemanja Matić (to Roma, free), Paul Pogba (to Juventus, free), Andreas Pereira (to Fulham, $12m), Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata (both released), Dean Henderson (to Nottingham Forest, loan), Jesse Lingard (to Nottingham Forest, free), Álvaro Fernández (to Preston, loan)

Newcastle United: Sven Botman (from Lille, $37m), Matt Targett (from Aston Villa, $17m), Nick Pope (from Burnley, $12m); Isaac Hayden (to Norwich, loan), Freddie Woodman (to Preston, $1.2m), Jeff Hendrick (to Reading, loan), Ciaran Clark (to Sheffield United, loan), Dwight Gayle (to Stoke)

Nottingham Forest: Taiwo Awoniyi (from Union Berlin, $20m), Jesse Lingard (from Man Utd, free), Dean Henderson (from Man Utd, loan), Giulian Biancone (from Troyes, $6m), Moussa Niakhaté (from Mainz, $10m), Omar Richards (from Bayern, $10m), Wayne Hennessey (from Burnley, free), Harry Toffolo (from Huddersfield, $5m), Lewis O’Brien (from Huddersfield, $7m); Brice Samba (to Lens, $5m), Fin Black (to Carlisle, loan)

Southampton: Armel Bella-Kotchap (from Bochum, $11m), Roméo Lavia (from Man City, $14m), Gavin Bazunu (from Man City, $14m), Joe Aribo (from Rangers, $8m), Mateusz Lis (from Altay SK, free), Sékou Mara (from Bordeaux, $10.5m); Fraser Forster (to Tottenham, free), Will Smallbone (to Stoke, loan), Thierry Small (to Port Vale, loan)

Tottenham Hotspur: Richarlison (from Everton, $60m), Yves Bissouma (from Brighton, $29m), Ivan Perišić (from Inter, free), Djed Spence (from Middlesbrough, $15m), Clement Lenglet (from Barcelona, loan) Fraser Forster (from Southampton, free); Steven Bergwijn (to Ajax, $31m), Cameron Carter-Vickers (to Celtic, $8m), Jack Clarke (to Sunderland, $1m), Josh Oluwayemi (to Portsmouth, free), Troy Parrott (to Preston, loan)

West Ham: Nayef Aguerd (from Rennes, $35m), Alphonse Areola (from PSG, $11m), Gianluca Scamacca (from Sassuolo, $40m), Flynn Downes (from Swansea, $14m); Mark Noble (retired), Andriy Yarmolenko (released), Ryan Fredericks (to Bournemouth, free)

Wolves: Hee-chan Hwang (from RB Leipzig, $16.5m), Nathan Collins (from Burnley, $22m); Rúben Vinagre (to Sporting CP, $10m), Fábio Silva (to Anderlecht, loan), Romain Saïss (to Besiktas, free), Ki-Jana Hoever (to PSV, loan), John Ruddy (released), Marçal (Botafogo, free), Taylor Perry (to Fleetwood, loan)

Premier League 2022-23 title odds

Manchester City -200, Liverpool +220, Chelsea +1300, Tottenham +1400, Man. United +2500, Arsenal +4000, Newcastle +10000, Leicester +25000, Brighton +25000, West Ham +25000, Aston Villa +25000, Nottingham Forest +37600, Everton +50000, Leeds +50000, Bournemouth +50000, Fulham +50000, Brentford +50000, Southampton +50000, Wolves +50000, Crystal Palace +50000

Author: Henry Brown