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With Euro 2020 finally coming to an end with Italy as the reigning champions, football fans are once again focusing their attention on club football and the long-awaited summer transfer window. The
Premier League summer 2021 transfer window
is one of the most anticipated transfer windows in the world and many have been waiting to see which world-class players are going to sign for world-class teams such as Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea. All twenty clubs have been sealing deals since May. But the window officially opened on 9 June and will continue until 31 August.
While some clubs have tried not to splash the cash on new big-name signings due to the recent revenue losses caused by COVID-19, there are those who spend big money to bring in fresh blood into the league. For more detail on the Premier League transfers 20/21, read on below as we take a look at each team’s traffic.
Premier League transfer news
getting hotter every day, us football enthusiasts simply can’t wait to hear more about the recent speculations and confirmed deals in the Premier League. Here is how each team has been conducting their business so far.
It seems thatArsenal
are aiming for the future instead of boosting their current squad with already well-made superstars. That is why they have signed another youngster who has quite a long way ahead to prove himself. 21-year-old Portuguese left-back Nuno Tavares has joined the Gunners for €8 million from Benfica on a four-year deal. Tavares has been a star on the rise, with his market value skyrocketing since 2019, when his value was estimated to be less than €1 million.
Amongst the players who are on their way out of the club, David Luiz, Matteo Guendouzi and William Saliba’s names could be seen. Of course while the latter two have both been sent out on loan to Marseille, David Luiz was simply released from the club after his contract expired. The Gunners Have invested quite heavily in cementing their backline for the new season by splashing the cash on bringing in Ben White from Brighton for €58.50 million.
The price seems ridiculous to many as Arsenal fans believe in the much talked-about English Tax. The phrase refers to the unbelievably expensive prices put on English players for the media coverage that they get. The 23-year-old center-back had quite decent and at times impressive season last campaign, which is why he got to see his market value skyrocket since 2020, when his transfer market value used to be around €7 million.
His current market value is estimated to be around €28 million, but that didn’t stop Brighton from cashing in on their player by selling him for more than double what he was worth.
Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Ben White, Martin Odegaard, Aaron Ramsdale, Takehiro Tomiyasu
David Luiz (released), Levi Laing (released), Luke Plange (released), Mark McGuinness (Cardiff), Daniel Oyegoke (Brentford), Matteo Guendouzi (Marseille), William Saliba (Marseille), Joe Willock (Newcastle United), Hector Bellerin (Real Betis-loan), Dejan Iliev (SKF Sered-loan), Mathew Ryan (Brighton-end of loan), Dani Ceballos (Real Madrid-end of loan)
have been active in the
Premier League summer 2021 transfer window
as well. They have already signed three players prior to the start of the preseason. The name that shines amongst the arrivals is the former Manchester United and Inter Milan winger and full-back Ashley Young.
The 36-year-old speedster spent almost a decade playing for Manchester United after spending four years at Aston Villa. He initially joined Villa for the first time back in 2007 when he switched clubs from Watford for €13 million. He left the Red Devils and joined Inter for €1.7 million last season and has now returned to his former club on a free transfer.
Amongst the arrivals are also Emiliano Buendia and Josh Feeney, who have joined the Lions from Norwich City and Fleetwood respectively. Of course Feeney is only 16 years old and has quite a long road ahead of himself if he wants to reach the level of the club’s first team.
It is all over the news and Aston Villa couldn’t be happier. They have just sold the most expensive player in Premier League history by letting go of Jack Grealish for reportedly €117.50 million. The Englishman has joined Manchester City with a €65 million market value after his impressive performance last season and during Euro 2020.
Of course Villa have already somehow spent more than €100 million this season, which means that Gealish’s sale was only enough to cover the costs of several transfers. Of course it seems that they have done their homework, having signed several promising players such as Leon Bailey and Emiliano Buendia.
Emiliano Beundia, Ashley Young, Josh Feeney, Danny Ings, Leon Bailey, Axel Tuanzebe, Frederic Guilbert (end of loan), Conor Hourihane (end of loan), Ally Samatta (end of loan)
Ahmed El Mohamady (released), Tom Heaton (Man Utd), Bjorn Engels (Royal Antwerp), Indiana Vassilev (Inter Miami - loan), Lovre Kalinic (Hajduk Split – loan), Mbwana Samatta, Jack Grealish (Manchester City)
supporters must be buzzing right now as their favorite club has qualified to play in the top-tier of English football in the Premier League after a hard-fought battle in the playoffs. Having finished the 2020-21 season behind Watford and Norwich City in the Championship, they managed to earn their place in the Premier League and are now looking to strengthen their squad depth with new signings in the
Premier League summer 2021 transfer window
With a significantly weaker budget as a Championship club amongst world-class goliaths such as Manchester City and United, Brentford are currently hoping that relying on their youth could be the solution to their survival in the league as they have currently signed three young players and are yet to make a relatively big-name signing.
Despite having a weaker budget in the Premier League, Brentford have now spent well over €35 million to bring in new players from across Europe. Having signed Kristoffer Ajer from Cletic for more than €15 million, Brentford have tried their best to invest in young players and exciting prospects by paying €10 million for Frank Onyeka and Yoane Wissa each. Having arrived from FC Midtjylland and FC Lorient respectively, Onyeka and Wissa could play and important role in boosting Brentford’s chances of finishing in a good spot.
Nathan Young-Coombes, Dom Jefferies, Daniel Oyegoke, Jude Russell, Kristoffer Ajer, Frank Onyeka, Yoane Wissa, Myles Peart-Harris, Alvaro Fernandez (loan)
Jared Thompson (released), Kane O’Connor (released), Henrik Dalsgaard (Midtjylland), Luke Daniels (Middlesbrough), Emiliano Marcondes (Bournemouth), Halil Dervisoglu (Galatasaray-loan), Patrik Gunnarsson (Viking FK-loan), Ellery Balcombe (Burton Albion-loan)
It seems thatBrighton
are also focusing on bringing in young talents in the Premier League summer 2021 transfer window. They have already signed Jeremy Sarmiento, Ajax goalkeeper Kjell Scherpen, 23-year-old midfielder Enock Mwepu and Gary Dicker. But while these arrivals look to be promising youngsters, the Seagulls have also settled for a huge financial loss by letting go of the most expensive player in their history.
Brighton signed Iranian winger Alireza Jahanbakhsh from AZ Alkmaar for a record fee of €19 million, which was the highest transfer fee paid for any player by the club. The 27-year-old, however, never got to live up to the expectations as he only got to make a total of 61 appearances since joining the club in 2018.
With almost €20 million paid in total for his transfer, letting go of him for €5 million shows how much the club wanted him to go as they needed to cash in on his transfer. Perhaps the right-winger is the most important departure from the club amongst Brighton’s
English Premier League transfers – 2020/2021
The Seagulls have made quite the profit by selling Ben White to Arsenal for a whopping price of €58.50 million. The center-back has drawn a lot of attention in recent weeks for his overpriced transfer that might turn him into a flop. Of course nothing could be said from now and we will have to wait for the new season to unravel to see how he will do at his new club and if he will prove his worth as a strong center-back.
Jeremy Sarmiento, Gary Dicker, Enock Mwepu, Kjell Scherpen, Enock Mwepu, Mark Cucurella, Abdallah Sima, Kaoru Mitoma
Davy Propper (PSV), Jan Mlakar (Hajduk Split), Bernardo (RB Salzburg), Viktor Gyokeres (Coventry), Romaric Yapi (SBV Vitesse), Mat Ryan (Real Sociedad), Alireza Jahanbakhsh (Feyenoord), Carl Rushworth (Wallsall – loan), Ben White (Arsenal), Michal Karbownik (Olympiacos-loan), Percy Tau (El Ahly)
Burnley are one of the clubs who nearly avoided relegation and managed to stay in the top-flight for another season. This season will not be any different as they plan to do exactly the same and stay just above the relegation zone with new signings in the Premier League summer 2021 transfer window. One of the club’s recently-signed players who attracted quite a lot of attention last season in the Championship is the 20-year-old Nathan Collins. The Irish center-back has joined Burnley from Stoke City for reportedly €14 million, signing a four-year deal until 2025.
The Premier League club have also brought in a partner for Nathan Collins by signing Jacob Bedeau from Scunthorpe United. We will have to wait and see if a total expenditure of €14 million could be enough for Burnley to fight for a decent place on the league table.
Nathan Collins, Mark Helm, Jacob Bedeau, Harry Williams, Maxwell Cornet, Connor Roberts, Aaron Lennon, Wayne Hennessey
Robbie Brady (released), Connor Barrett (released), Ryan Cooney (Morecambe), Joel Mumbongo (Accrington Stanley – loan), Ben Gibson (Norwich), Jimmy Dunne (QPR),Lucas Jensen (Carlisle United-loan), Jimmy Dunne (QPR), Josh Benson (Barnsley FC)
splashed the cash to sign numerous world-class players in the summer of 2020 and are surely going to keep investing on their own players instead of paying for more big-name signings. Of course having won the Champions League last season, they might be in the market for some new strikers as they have let go of two of the reserve strikers this season.
English Premier League transfers – 2020/2021 include both Victor Moses and Chelsea legend Olivier Giroud, who got to write his name in the Premier League hall of fame before his departure from London. The Frenchman is perhaps the biggest name so far in Chelsea’s departures list as he has signed for AC Milan, with the Italian side having to pay a total of €1 million to acquire the 34-year-old’s services.
Chelsea finally coughed up and went on to be one of the most effective buyers in the summer transfer window. The Blues have now signed Romelu Lukaku, one of the current best strikers in the world, from Inter for reportedly €115 million. The massive transfer fee alone makes Lukaku one of the most expensive transfers in Premier League history and puts quite a lot of pressure on his shoulders to deliver the best performance.
Of course the striker has easily managed to impress everyone upon his return as he managed to score his first goal in his debut. What makes Lukaku’s transfer to Chelsea all the more strange and special is the fact that he used to be a Chelsea player prior to his move to Manchester United and then Inter. But the Belgian goal scorer was shunned by the club and was not able to express himself the way he might have wanted, which is why he moved to Everton and began his journey towards becoming one of the best strikers in the world.
Marcus Bettinelli, Romelu Lukaku, Saul Niguez (loan)
Willy Caballero (released), Jamal Blackman (released), Pierre Ekwah Elimby (West Ham), Fikayo Tomori (AC Milan), Izzy Brown (Huddersfield Town – loan), Charlie Wigget (Newcastle), Victor Moses (Spartak Moscow), Juan Castillo (Birmingham), Olivier Giroud (AC Milan), Mark Guehi (Crystal Palace), Tammy Abraham (AS Roma), Kurt Zouma (West Ham), Davide Zappacosta (Atalanta BC), Tiemoue Bakayoko (AC Milan-loan), Emerson (Olympique Lyon-loan), Kenedy (Flamengo-loan), Michy Batshuayi (Besiktas-loan), Marco van Ginkel (PSV Eindhoven), Izzy Brown (Preston)
have not been that active in the
Premier League transfers 20/21
, neither in the departures nor in the acquisitions department. However, there is one particular new-blood who has gained quite a lot of attention and has earned himself quite the market value recently.
Palace have signed 19-year-old England-born Frenchman Michael Olise, who joined the Premier League side from Reading for €9.5 million. Of course while Palace have paid a little less than €10 million for his services, they have still managed to get him on a bargain as his actual market value is estimated to be around €15 million. The attacking midfielder had a stellar performance last season with Reading, making a total of 46 appearances for the club across all competitions, scoring 7 goals and providing 12 assists in the process.
With no income from departures this season, Crystal Palace have already spent more than €50 million to bring in new players. With the addition of Joachim Andersen, Palace have completed a five-man at the back, with two center-backs, a midfielder and a goalkeeper joining the Premier League club to strengthen their position in the top-tier of English football.
Jacob Montes, Michael Olise, Remi Matthews, Marc Guehi, Joachim Andersen, Odsonne Edouard, Will Hughes, Remi Matthews
Sion Spence (Bristol Rovers – loan), Stephen Henderson (released), Wayne Hennessey (released), Andros Townsend (Everton), Patrick van Aanholt (Galatasaray), James McCarthy (Celtic), Gary Cahill (Bournemouth), Scott Dann (Reading)
With Carlo Ancelotti leaving his position as Everton’s manager to return to his former club Real Madrid, Everton will be looking for a summer overhaul with their new manager Rafael Benitez, who shocked almost all Liverpool supporters by joining their rivals in the Premier League. Since taking the wheel at Everton, Benitez has been doing some cleaning with several big-name departures already on the list in the Premier League summer 2021 transfer window. The club’s recent departures include Theo Walcott, Joshua King, and Matthew Pennington, who left for Southampton, Watford and Shrewsbury Town respectively.
Everton finished at the very middle of the table in the 2020-21 Premier League season as they managed to amass 59 points. They fell behind Leeds United only due to their Goal Difference ratio, which is what Benitez might be planning on improving this season. They have started the season with a draw and a win, which is much better than what some of the bigger clubs have managed to do so far this season. We will have to wait and see how Rafa Benitez can handle the situation after Ancelotti’s departure.
Demarai Gray, Andros Townsend, Asmir Begovic, Moise Kean, Cenk Tosun, Jonjoe KennyDemarai Gray, Andros Townsend, Asmir Begovic, Moise Kean (end of loan), Cenk Tosun, Jonjoe Kenny (end of loan)
Theo Walcott (Southampton), Matthew Pennington (Shrewsbury Town), Joshua King (Watford), Yannick Bolasie (released), Muhamed Besic (released), Josh Bowler (released), Callum Connolly (released), Bobby Carroll (released), Daniel Lowey (released), Jack McIntyre (released), Dylan Thompson (released), Moise Kean (Juventus-loan), Bernard (Sharjah FC), Beni Beningime (Heart of Midlothian FC)
Leeds United have been quite active in the Premier League summer 2021 transfer window so far, with four new signings already being announced in recent weeks. While Amari Miller and Sean Mcgurk are not first-team material yet, Leeds have signed Jack Harrison and Junior Firpo to take on the responsibility of key positions in the squad from next season.
24-year-old Harrison actually joined The Peacocks on loan from Manchester City way back in 2018, which is why it is safe to say he has earned his place in the team and that is why they have decided to make his move permanent with a €12.5 million transfer fee. Leeds United have also signed Junior Firpo from Barcelona for reportedly €15 million. The Spanish left-back had initially cost Barcelona €20 million, but the Catalans decided to offload their flop with a €5 million cut in price.
Perhaps nobody expected to see Leeds United make one of the best moves in the current transfer window and sign a highly promising Daniel James from Manchester United for almost €30 million. It seems that the Peacocks are serious in their chase for a better position in the English top-flight this season and are aiming to build a strong squad full of prospects.
They had previously signed Junior Firpo from Barcelona, Jack Harrison from Manchester City and Kristoffer Klaesson from Valerenga, which shows how much the club are investing in talented prospects. They have already spent more than €58 million to bring in young players this season. James will definitely be a great addition to the club’s squad and will certainly give more depth to Marcelo Bielsa’s team.
Amari Miller, Jack Harrison, Junior Firpo, Sean Mcgurk, Kristoffer Klaesson, Daniel James
Gaetano Berardi (released), Barry Douglas (Lech Poznan), Oliver Casey (Blackpool), Rafa Mujica (Las Palmas), Azgjan Alioski (released) , Robbie Gotts (Barrow), Jordan Stevens (Barrow)
Having won the 2020-21 FA Cup against Chelsea,Leicester City
will be doubly determined to push on for more success in England and in Europe by strengthening their squad while also keeping the number of players in an acceptable range. They have already signed Patson Daka from RB Salzburg and Boubakary Soumare from Lille, while acquiring 31-year-old left-back Ryan Bertrand on a free transfer.
Having spent more than €50 million to bring in Patson Daka and Boubakary Soumare, Leicester City have now signed the 29-year-old center-back Jannik Vestergaard from Southampton for 17 million. It seems that the Foxes are planning on boosting their squad on all three fronts and add more depth to their current squad.
Patson Daka (RB Salzburg), Boubakary Soumare (Lille), Ryan Bertrand, Jannik Vestergaard, Ryan Bertrand, Ademola Lookman (loan)
Christian Fuchs (Charlotte), Matty James (released), Wes Morgan (retired), Josh Knight (Peterborough United), Admiral Muskwe (Luton Town), Rachid Ghezzal (Besiktas), Dennis Praet (Torino-loan)
have had somewhat of a quiet policy in the first few weeks of the Premier League summer 2021 transfer window. They have signed Ibrahima Konate from Rb Leipzig for €40 million. It is staggering to think that only four years ago, Konate had joined RB Leipzig on a free transfer, and now he has turned into one of the most expensive transfer in this season’s summer transfer window.
With Virgil van Dijk’s future still unknown due to his injury, which caused Liverpool to fall into a disastrous spell last season, Jurgen Klopp had to splash the cash and sign a young and reliable center-back. We will have to wait and see if they sign anyone else or not. With Georginio Wijnaldum leaving the Reds to join PSG on a free transfer deal, Klopp might be looking for a new midfielder as well.
Georginio Wijnaldum (PSG), Remi Savage (Newcastle), Kamil Grabara (FC Copenhagen), Harry Wilson (Fulham), Taiwo Awoniyi (Union Berlin)
Even though Pep Guardiola has reiterated that they can’t afford buying a new striker this season, many still don’t buy into his words, especially since Sergio Aguero left the club for free to join Barcelona after spending ten trophy-laden years with the Cityzens. There are speculations aboutManchester City
aiming to purchase England captain and Tottenham striker Harry Kane, but it is nothing more than mere speculations and rumors as there are no official announcements about a deal being agreed upon by the two clubs.
Manchester City have turned into a footballing powerhouse in recent years with all the money that they have spent over the past decade, bringing in world-class players for significant amounts of money. Now they have just made things more difficult for the other teams by signing the phenomenal Jack Grealish from Aston Villa for a record breaking price of €117.50 million, making the forward the most expensive player in Premier League history above the likes of Paul Pogba, Harry Maguire and Romelu Lukaku.
Jack Grealish, Scott Carson
Sergio Aguero (Barcelona), Eric Garcia (Barcelona), Louie Moulden (Wolves), Jack Harrison (Leeds United), Lukas Nmecha (Wolfsburg), Angelino (RB Leipzig), Lukas Nmecha (VfL Wolfsburg)
Perhaps the player that attracted the most attention in the Premier League summer 2021 transfer window was Jadon Sancho, who has since joinedManchester United
from Borussia Dortmund. Of course the deal has not been official as of yet and the Englishman is yet to put pen on paper, with Dortmund only just agreeing on a reported €100 million transfer fee. Having lost the Euro 2020 final to Italy, Sancho might want to take some time off for himself and reflect on his future and where he wants to continue his football.
Few could have predicted that Cristiano Ronaldo would finally decide to return to Manchester United after spending three not-so-great seasons at Juventus. Even though there were speculations about the forward wanting to join United’s archrivals Manchester City and the Portuguese legend actually might have wanted to join Pep Guardiola’s side, Ronaldo decided to sign for Manchester United instead in the final hours of his return to England after a call from his favorite manager of all time, Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ronaldo has already gotten back his trademark number 7 and is itching to make his debut for Manchester United after the International break. United’s odds of winning the Premier League have drastically changed since Ronaldo’s arrival and the have already made more than €40 million from the legend’s shirt sales even before his official debut for the club. Who would have thought both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo would be on the move in the same transfer window?
Jadon Sancho, Tom Heaton, Raphael Varane, Cristiano Ronaldo
Sergio Romero (released), Joel Pereira (released), Mark Helm (Burnley), Tahith Chong (Birmingham City – loan), Daniel James (Leeds United)
Having finished 12th in the league last season, Newcastle United might want to aim for a higher finish in the Premier League this time around. After a couple of weeks of complete silence, Newcastle United have finally made a signing for the 2021-22 season by bringing in Joe Willock from Arsenal for reportedly a little less than €30 million. The 22-year-old central midfielder could certainly be an integral part of his new club in the Premier League. We will have to wait and see if he can live up to the expectations and prove that he is worth his transfer market value.
Charlie Wiggett, Remi Savage, Cameron Ferguson, Joe Willock
Owen Bailey (released), Oliver Walters (released), Jude Swailes (released), Kyle Scott (released), Tom Midgley (released), Josh Harrison (released), Tai Ebanks (released), Lewis Cass (Port Vale – loan)
Norwich City have been quite busy in the Premier League this summer, having already signed more than six players. The club’s arrivals list includes Pierre Lees-Melou as well, who has joined the Premier League side from OGC Nice for €6 million. The Canaries managed to earn a promotion to the top tier of English football after winning the Championship last season. They will surely be looking forward to strengthening their position in the league in order to avoid the relegation zone.
It is quite unbelievable how many transfers Norwich City have been involved in this season. They have already brought in more than seven players, exluding loan deals, and have let go of eight players, excluding loan deals.
Kenny Coker, Milot Rashica, Angus Gunn, Flynn Clarke, Ben Gibson, Dimitris Giannoulis, Billy Gilmour (loan), Pierre Lees-Melou, Milot Rashica, Christos Tzolis, Josh Sargent
Alex Tettey (released), Mario Vrancic (released), Orjan Nyland (released), Josh Martin (MK Dons – loan), Daniel Barden (Livingston – loan), Sebastian Soto (Porto – loan), Sam McCallum (QPR – loan), Akin Famewo (Charlton Athletic – loan), Emiliano Buendia (Aston Villa)
Theo Walcott and Romain Perraud are the only two players who have joined Southampton so far. While the 32-year-old right-winger Theo Walcott has joined Southampton from Everton on a free transfer deal, the Saints have had to pay €12 million in order to acquire Perraud’s services from Stade Brest. We will have to wait and see if Southampton make any more signing during a financially tough period or not. Having brought in Theo Walcott on a free transfer earlier in the summer transfer window, Southampton have now since spent more than €35 million to bring in new players from a multitude of clubs in Europe. Of course they are still making a profit with the current reports, but the club will have to make sure their expenditures are worth it. They have signed Adam Armstrong from Blackburn Rovers for a little over €17 million and have also complemented their defenses by bringing in Valentino Livramento and Dynel Simeu from Chelsea’s U23 side for a combined fee of €8 million.
Theo Walcott, Romain Perraud, Adam Armstrong, Valentino Livramento, Dynel Simeu, Lyanco
Ryan Bertrand (Leicester City), Josh Sims (released), James Morris (released), Thomas O’Connor (released), Tommy Scott (released), Wesley Hoedt (Anderlecht), Kayne Ramsey (Crewe), Angus Gunn (Norwich City), Alex Jankewitz (BSC Young Boys), Danny Ings (Aston Villla)
With Manchester City rumored to be after Harry Kane,Tottenham
will have to either convince the England captain to stay or look for a replacement in the near future. With the likes of Juan Foyth and Danny Rose having departed the club, Nuno Espirito Santo surely has a plan to bring in new players before the transfer window closes.
Tottehnam started out the 2021-22 season in the best way possible by beating the reigning champions 1-0 to grab three crucial points in the first week of the Premier League. However, their shock defeat at the hands of Pacos de Ferreira in the Conference League playoffs meant that Tottenham will have to be more careful from now on as they are yet to find their feet and balance in the new season. The only permanent signing that Nuno Espirito Santo has made at his new club is Bryan Gil, who arrived from Sevilla for reportedly €25 million.
Bryan Gil, Pierluigi Gollini, Pape Sarr, Emerson Royal
Danny Rose (Watford), Paulo Gazzaniga (released), George March (AFC Wimbledon), Juan Foyth (Villarreal), Toby Alderweireld (Al-Duhail), Joe Hart (Celtic)
Having finished second in the Championship last season, Watford will be looking forward to cementing their position in the Premier League and avoiding the relegation zone as much as they can, which is why they have already signed several players to help them reach their goals in the top-tier of English football. Watford have signed the likes of Joshua King, Danny Rose and Emmanuel Dennis while saying goodbye to Ben Wilmot, who has joined Stoke City this summer.
Kwadwo Baah, Mattie Pollock, Imran Louza, Ashley Fletcher, Danny Rose, Emmanuel Dennis, Dapo Mebude, Peter Etebo, Joshua King, Vincent Angelini
Carlos Sanchez (released), Jerome Sinclair (released), Mamadou M’Baye (released), Ben Wilmot (Stoke City), Ignacio Pussetto (Udinese – loan), Adalberto Penaranda (Las Palmas – loan), Craig Dawson (West Ham United)
The biggest name amongst West Ham United’s departures this summer is perhaps Felipe Anderson, who has joined Lazio on a four-year deal, which has cost the Italian side €3 million. The 28-year-old winger has returned to his former club after joining West Ham from Lazio for €38 million not so long ago in 2018.
He moved out on loan in 2020 to get more game time, but eventually had to move back to his former club for a significantly reduced price. Throughout the years, the immensely versatile winger made 73 appearances for West Ham, scoring 12 goals and providing 13 assists in the process.
Thierry Nevers, Pierre Ekwah Elimby, Armstrong Oko-Flex, Craig Dawson
Oladapo Afolayan (Bolton), Fabian Balbuena (released), Sean Adarkwa (released), Alfie Lewis (released), Joshua Okocha (released), Felipe Anderson (Lazio)
The Wolves finished the 2020-21 Premier League season in the lower half of the table. With the aim of perhaps repeating the same season or even going up a place or two, Wolverhampton might be looking forward to invest in young talents instead of signing veteran players. Of course being hit by the pandemic has obviously taken its toll on not only the Wolves, but also every other football club in the world as well.
Yerson Mosquera, Louie Moulden, Francisco Trincao (loan), Rayan Ait-Nouri, Jose Sa
Sadou Diallo (released), Hong Wan (released), Ruben Vinagre (Sporting Lisbon), Rui Patricio (Roma), Leonardo Campana (Grasshoppers – loan), Rafa Mir (Sevilla FC), Owen Otasowie (Club Brugge
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