The new English premier league season is already underway and there has been quite a lot of transfer activity going on during this summer transfer window. Clubs have been looking to improve their squads, well not all clubs, some have not been able to splash out the cash in this Covid stricken market.
Here are some of the most promising transfers of this summer transfer window by the premier league sides.
Manchester City has again gone and splashed out the cash in order to bring in the highly-rated Aston Villa captain, Jack Grealish. With a transfer fee of a total of £100 million with £75 million being paid upfront including add-ons up to £25 million, City has secured one of the most promising English talents, check out bet online and enjoy bonuses from various promotions.
Despite winning this year’s Champions League and Super Cup, Chelsea have looked short of a goal scorer upfront with Timo Werner not able to replicate what he did for RB Leipzig.
Chelsea have been heavy linked to Erling Haaland and Romelu Lukaku this transfer window. With the former seemingly deemed untouchable by Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea have been able to bring Romelu Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge after 10 years.
With a transfer fee of almost £98 million, Chelsea have now a world-class no.9 in their ranks. The club has also almost recovered the transfer fee by the club outgoings including the sale of Tammy Abraham.
Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane
After a couple of years of chasing the signatures of a promising young English talent, Manchester United have finally been able to get their hands on Jadon Sancho for a hefty fee of 85 million Euros. Jadon Sancho has been a consistent performer for Borussia Dortmund over the past 3 seasons racking up 8 goals and 11 assists during 20/21 season as a wide player.
Another promising talent joining Manchester United this season is Raphael Varane for a fee of £41 million. Looking forward to finishing their defending woes, Manchester United have got their hands on one off the best defenders in the world.
Another interesting movement in this summer’s transfer market is Ben White joining Arsenal for £50 million. Struggling in defense, Arsenal has secured a good English center back who was called up for the England squad for last year’s Euros. But is he the man to fix Arsenal’s defensive woes or do Arsenal need to spend more in order to build up from the back. Doesn’t look like that after the opening day defeat to newly-promoted Brentford.