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Sport Every completed Premier League transfer this summer

11:25  11 june  2021
11:25  11 june  2021 Source:   football365.com

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Every senior transfer in and out of every Premier League club will appear here over the summer. Keep checking back for updates…

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ARSENAL

INS:

OUTS: David Luiz (released)

ASTON VILLA

INS: Emiliano Buendia (£35m, Norwich)

OUTS: Neil Taylor, Ahmed Elmohamady and Tom Heaton (released)

BRENTFORD

INS:

OUTS: Henrik Dalsgaard (free, FC Midtjylland)

BRIGHTON

INS:

OUTS: Christian Walton, Jose Izquierdo (released)

BURNLEY

INS:

OUTS: Robbie Brady (released)

CHELSEA

INS:

OUTS: Marco Van Ginkel, Willy Caballero, Jamal Blackman, Danilo Pantic, Izzy Brown (released)

CRYSTAL PALACE

INS:

OUTS: Andros Townsend, Patrick van Aanholt, Mamadou Sakho, Stephen Henderson, James McCarthy, Wayne Hennessey, Nathaniel Clyne, Gary Cahill, Scott Dann, Joel Ward, Connor Wickham, Sam Woods (released).

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EVERTON

INS:

OUTS: Theo Walcott (free, Southampton), Matthew Pennington (free, Shrewsbury), Yannick Bolasie, Muhamed Besic (released).

LEEDS UNITED

INS:

OUTS: Ouasim Bouy, Barry Douglas, Gaetano Berardi, Pablo Hernandez, Eunan O’Kane (released)

LEICESTER CITY

INS:

OUTS: Christian Fuchs, Matty James (released), Wes Morgan (retired)

LIVERPOOL

INS: Ibrahima Konate (£36m, RB Leipzig)

OUTS: Georginio Wijnaldum (free, PSG)

MANCHESTER CITY

INS:

OUTS: Sergio Aguero (free, Barcelona), Eric Garcia (free, Barcelona), Fernandinho (released), Daniel Grimshaw (free, Blackpool).

MANCHESTER UNITED

INS:

OUTS: Sergio Romero, Lee Grant, Joel Pereira (released)

NEWCASTLE UNITED

INS:

OUTS: Andy Carroll, Henri Saivet, Christian Atsu (released)

NORWICH CITY

INS:

OUTS: Emiliano Buendia (£35m, Aston Villa),Mario Vrancic, Orjan Nyland (released)

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The 2020 Premier League summer transfer window is officially over, with business now closed both domestically and internationally. Here's a rundown of all the ins and outs at every top flight club this summer .

Here is every transfer that has happened in the Premier League so far this summer with nine days to go before the end of the window.

SOUTHAMPTON

INS: Theo Walcott (free, Everton)

OUTS: Ryan Bertrand, Josh Sims, Jake Hesketh (released)

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

INS:

OUTS: Danny Rose, Paulo Gazzaniga (released)

WATFORD

INS: Imran Louza (£9m, Nantes), Mattie Pollock (£250,000, Grimsby), Kwadwo Baah (undisclosed, Rochdale)

OUTS: Craig Dawson (£2m, West Ham), Achraf Lazaar, Carlos Sanchez, Jerome Sinclair (released)

WEST HAM

INS:  Craig Dawson (£2m, Watford)

OUTS: Fabian Balbuena (released), Dapo Afolayan (free, Bolton).

WOLVES

INS:

OUTS:

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