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Transfer Window Review: Premier League Clubs’ Standing – Part 1

Transfer Window review

Arsenal
Even before this transfer window, Arsenal’s player signing history has always been amazing. It’s obvious that Arsène Wenger’s belief in his players is total and he was only ever going to make important signings if he felt they were an upgrade on what he already had. Petr Cech fitted the bill in goal but, in what the Arsenal manager felt was a bizarre market, nobody else who was obtainable did

IN:

  • Petr Cech, Chelsea, £10m.

OUT:

  • Lukas Podolski, Galatasaray, £1.8m
  • Ryo Miyaichi, St Pauli, released
  • Abou Diaby, Marseille, released

LOAN-OUT:

  • Chuba Akpom, Hull City
  • Serge Gnabry, West Bromwich Albion
  • Carl Jenkinson, West Ham United
  • Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Ipswich Town
  • Emiliano Martínez, Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • Yaya Sanogo, Ajax
  • Wellington Silva, Bolton Wanderers
  • Wojciech Szczesny, Roma
  • Jon Toral, Birmingham City
  • Danny Crowley, Barnsley
  • Gedion Zelalem, Rangers.

transfer window closed

 

Aston Villa
Transfer deadline day: De Gea deal off, Berahino anger, Martial signs and more – as it happened

Tim Sherwood has overseen a huge turnover and many of the recruits will have to prove their worth quickly as replacements for departed key players such as Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph. Adama Traoré has already shown flashes of flair to excite fans and Idrissa Gueye has also impressed but more need to flourish if Villa are to steer clear of relegation

IN:

  • Jordan Amavi, Nice, £7m
  • Jordan Ayew, Lorient, £9m
  • Mark Bunn Norwich City, free
  • José Ángel Crespo, Córdoba, £500,000
  • Rudy Gestede, Blackburn Rovers, £6m
  • Idrissa Gueye, Lille, £9m
  • Joleon Lescott, West Bromwich Albion, £1m
  • Micah Richards, Manchester City, free
  • Matija Sarkic, Anderlecht, free
  • Scott Sinclair, Manchester City, £2.5m
  • Adama Traoré, Barcelona, £7.1m
  • Jordan Veretout, Nantes, £8m

OUT:

  • Darren Bent Ipswich, released
  • Christian Benteke Liverpool, £32.5m
  • Fabian Delph Manchester City, £8m
  • Shay Given Stoke City, released
  • Matthew Lowton Burnley, £1m
  • Antonio Luna Eibar, £500,000
  • Yacouba Sylla Rennes, released
  • Enda Stevens, Portsmouth, released
  • Ron Vlaar, released
  • Andreas Weimann, Derby County, £2.75m
  • Aleksandar Tonev, Frosinone, undisclosed

Loans:

  • Nathan Baker, Bristol City
  • Joe Bennett, Bournemouth
  • Aly Cissokho, Porto
  • Callum Robinson, Bristol City

 Jordan Veretout joins Aston Villa

 

Bournemouth
Bournemouth’s summer-long pursuit of Glenn Murray reached a successful conclusion on Tuesday and capped a transfer window in which particular attention was paid to attacking positions, although their biggest fee was the £8m paid to Ipswich for the left-back Tyrone Mings. An impressive set of dealings was soured by news that both Mings and their second most-expensive acquisition, the winger Max Gradel, both sustained long-term injuries last weekend. As a plus, they also got Mansion.com as their new shirt sponsor

IN:

  • Artur Boruc, Southampton, free
  • Silvain Distin, Everton, free
  • Adam Federici, Reading, free
  • Max Gradel, St-Étienne, undisclosed
  • Josh King, Blackburn Rovers, free
  • Tyrone Mings, Ipswich Town, £8m
  • Glenn Murray, Crystal Palace, £3m
  • Lee Tomlin, Middlesbrough, undisclosed

LOAN-IN:

  • Ryan Fraser, Ipswich Town

OUT:

  • Miles Addison, released
  • Mohamed Coulibaly, released
  • Darryl Flahavan, released
  • Ian Harte, released
  • Josh McQuoid, released
  • Joe Partington, released
  • Brett Pitman, Ipswich Town, undisclosed

LOAN-OUT:

  • Christian Atsu, Chelsea
  • Joe Bennett, Aston Villa
  • Filippo Costa, Chievo

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Chelsea
Efficiency in the transfer market was Chelsea’s strength last season and lack of it may prove to have been their weakness this time around. Moves to strengthen, rather than merely replace, were left late and were thwarted on John Stones and Paul Pogba. Those deals will be revisited but, for now, the overriding sense is largely one of frustration, most of it, Jose Mourinho’s. All these setbacks didn’t stop Chelsea’s coach from comparing their biggest signing, Pedro to Maradona though 😀

IN:

  • Baba Rahman, Augsburg, £21m
  • Pedro Eliezer Rodríguez Ledesma, Barcelona, £21.1m
  • Asmir Begovic, Stoke, £8m
  • Michael Hector, Reading, £4m
  • Kenedy, Fluminense, £6.7m
  • Nathan Atlético, Paranaense, £4.5m
  • Papy Djilobodji, Nantes, £2.7m
  • Danilo Pantic Partizan, Belgrade, £1.25m

 

LOAN-IN:

  • Radamel Falcao Monaco

OUT:

  • Petr Cech, Arsenal, £10m
  • Thorgan Hazard, Borussia Mönchengladbach, £3m
  • Oriol Romeu, Southampton, £5m
  • Josh McEachran, Brentford, £400,000
  • Gaël Kakuta, Sevilla, £4m
  • Filipe Luís, Atlético Madrid, £16m
  • Didier Drogba, Montreal, released

LOAN-OUT:

  • Marco van Ginkel, Stoke City
  • Mohamed Salah, Roma
  • Christian Atsu, Bournemouth
  • Mario Pasalic, Monaco
  • Tomas Kalas, Middlesbrough
  • Patrick Bamford, Crystal Palace
  • Michael Hector, Reading
  • Nathan Aké, Watford
  • Juan Cuadrado, Juventus
  • Marko Marin, Trabzonspor
  • Lucas Piazon, Reading
  • Victor Moses, West Ham
  • Andreas Christensen, Borussia M’gladbach
  • Matej Delac, FK Sarajevo
  • Wallace, Carpi
  • Kenneth Omeruo, Kasimpasa
  • Jordan Houghton, Gillingham
  • Jeremie Boga, Rennes
  • Nathaniel Chalobah, Napoli
  • Alex Davey, Peterborough
  • Todd Kane, Nijmegen
  • Ulises Davila, Victória Setúbal
  • Stipe Perica, Udinese
  • Cristian Maneo, Mouscron
  • Bekanty Victorien Angban, St-Truiden
  • Cristian Cuevas, St-Truiden
  • Joao Rodríguez, St-Truiden
  • Lewis Baker, Vitesse Arnhem
  • Nathan Aké, Vitesse Arnhem
  • Isaiah Brown, Vitesse Arnhem
  • Danilo Pantic, Vitesse Arnhem
  • Dominic Solanke, Vitesse Arnhem

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