Premier League Teams Complete Summer Transfers and Other News Updates.

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The 2019/20 Premier League season is almost upon us, and most of the English teams are still on preseason tour while others are done with theirs already.

Today I will be taking you on a general survey on what’s going on with the Premier league teams as per their last seasons standings, transfer news and and some of the outstanding fixtures for the forthcoming season so that you as a fan would be exposed to all that’s is going on in your club.

Meanwhile, 2018/19 season was indeed a great season of experience for some teams who went through some couple of challenges and even ended up in the position we saw them, while some actually had a really amazing experience irrespective of the individual challenges.

Some clubs like Chelsea and Arsenal started the season with new managers who found it had to get their players to mastering their style of management and play. Chelsea hired Sarri from Napoli who at first won some couple of games but at the long run failed to gain fans trust and love due to the fact that players weren’t just able to get used to his kind of play termed as “Sarri-ball”. That being said, he amazingly led the blues back to top 4 and didn’t just stopped there but went on to win the Europa League; his first managerial major achievement as was said.

Though coupled with the fact that Chelsea had a transfer ban for two transfer window, the Italian experienced manager decided to leave the blues when Juventus made the right offer for him.

Arsenal on the other hand had a somewhat difficult but interesting experience as the players were rapidly getting used to their manager although failed to qualify for champions league as well as loose the Europa League trophy to Chelsea in a 4-1 thriller.

But the good news for them is that the manager is still with the boys as well as no transfer ban for them at all.

Liverpool and man city had an incredible season; as the Guardiola side won the Premier league title for the second consecutive year while the amazing Liverpool shocked the whole world when they turn a 0-3 lose against Barca to a 4-3 win in aggregate to break the messi and entire Barcelona team and fan’s heart at Anfield stadium, before going on to beat Tottenham in Champions league finals; thereby lifting the European trophy a record sixth time.

Aside Tottenham who got to that height even with no signings(although we saw the evidence of their non spending in transfer windows on the adorable new home stadium) was the Manchester United side who at a point had a change of manager to their baby-faced coach Solskjaer who impressed during his trial period but failed to continue in that form when officially given the job.

Not  forgetting Wolves, the promoted side who intimidated a lot of teams including the big six with their incredible form and youthful energy.

Without attempting to mention all the teams one after another, i must say they all had an incredible season.

That being said, I want to quickly take you through the the activities of the 2019/20 Premier league teams and I would at the end require you the reader to share your view on how you think or feel this wonderful teams will fare in the forthcoming 2019/20 season.

Premier League Club by Club  Summer Transfer and Other Updates

  • Note: Reported cost of player marked * are officially undisclosed fees.

Finished 5th last season in the premier league, Europa league runners up, got knocked out of the FA cup contest in the 4th round and Caraboa cup quarter finals.

Summer So Far:

Players in: Gabriel Martinelli (Ituano, undisclosed), Dani Ceballos (Real Madrid, loan), William Saliba (Saint-Etienne, £27m*), Pepe (Lille, £72m)

Players out: David Ospina (Napoli, £3.1m*), Aaron Ramsey (Juventus, free), Petr Cech (retired), Danny Welbeck (released), Stephan Lichtsteiner (released), Charlie Gilmour (Norwich, free), Julio Pleguezuelo (FC Twente, free), Jordi Osei-Tutu (Bochum, loan), Daniel Ballard (Swindon, loan), Vontae Daley-Campbell (Leicester, undisclosed), Ben Sheaf (Doncaster, loan), Cohen Bramall (released), Xavier Amaechi (Hamburg, £2.25m*).

More On Arsenal

  • Captain Laurent Koscielny refuses to travel on club’s pre-season tour of the United States.
  • Sixteen prominent supporters’ groups and bloggers sign a letter calling on owner Stan Kroenke to “reinvigorate” the club.

Key Fixtures:

  • Liverpool (away), Tottenham (home) and Manchester United (away) in opening seven games.
  • North London derbies against Tottenham are: home on 1 September; away on 25 April


One of the newly promoted sides, finished 5th in Championship but got promoted via the play-offs, got knocked out of the FA cup in the third round, second round in Cara boa cup second round

Summer So Far:

Players in: Wesley (Club Bruges, £22m*), Tyrone Mings (Bournemouth, £20m), Matt Targett (Southampton, £15m*), Ezri Konsa (Brentford, £12m*), Bjorn Engels (Stade Reims, £9m*), Trezeguet (Kasimpasa, £8.75m), Anwar El Ghazi (Lille, £8m*), Jota (Birmingham City, £4m*), Kortney Hause (Wolves, £3m*), Douglas Luiz (Manchester City, £15m*).

Players out: Gary Gardner (Birmingham, undisclosed), Tommy Elphick (Huddersfield, free), Matija Sarkic (Livingston, loan), Albert Adomah (Nottingham Forest, released), Mark Bunn (released), Ritchie de Laet (released), Alan Hutton (released), Mile Jedinak (released), Ross McCormack (released), Micah Richards (released), Glenn Whelan (released).

More On Villa

  • Villa mark their Premier League return by spending £100m-plus on new players.
  • New signings include Brazilian midfielder Douglas Luiz from Manchester City for £15m.
  • Boss Dean Smith promises his side will still play with a winning mentality in the top flight.

Key Fixtures:

  • Seven games in December including Manchester United (away) and Chelsea (away).
  • Start and finish the season in London – Tottenham on 10 August (17:30) and West Ham on 17 May.

Finished 14th in the League last season, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the third round, and Caraboa cup competition in the quarter finals

Summer So Far:

Players in: Lloyd Kelly (Bristol City, £13m), Jack Stacey (Luton Town, £4m), Philip Billing (Huddersfield, £15m*)

Players out: Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa, £20m), Lys Mousset (Sheffield United, £10m), Connor Mahoney (Millwall, undisclosed), Marc Pugh (released), Mikael Ndjoli (Gillingham, loan), Emerson Hyndman (Atlanta United, loan).

More On Bournemouth

  • England striker Callum Wilson signs new four-year contract.
  • England Under-21 defender Lloyd Kelly joins from Bristol City for £13m.
  • Midfielder Dan Gosling out for about three months after surgery.

Key Fixtures:

  • Tough December including games against Liverpool (home), Chelsea (away) and Arsenal (home).
  • Host newly promoted Sheffield United on the opening Saturday.

Struggled but graciously finished 17th (just above the relegation zone) in the Premier League last season, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the semi-finals, and Caraboa Cup in the second round.

Summer So Far:

Players in: Leandro Trossard (Genk, £18m*), Matt Clarke (Portsmouth, £5m*), Taylor Richards (Man City, £2.5m*), Lewis Freestone (unattached, free) Adam Webster(Bristol City, £20m).

Players out: Bruno (retired), Ales Mateju (Brescia, undisclosed), Will Collar (Hamilton, undisclosed), Anthony Knockaert (Fulham, loan), Alexis MacAllister (Boca Juniors, loan), Ben White (Leeds United, loan), Leo Ostigard (St Pauli, loan), Christian Walton (Blackburn, loan), Jayson Molumby (Millwall, loan), Robert Sanchez (Rochdale, loan), Jan Mlakar (QPR, loan), Viktor Gyokeres (St Pauli, loan), Percy Tau (Club Brugge, loan).

More On Brighton

  • Boss Chris Hughton is sacked and replaced by ex-Swansea City manager Graham Potter.
  • Midfielder Leandro Trossard joins from Genkfor a reported £18m.
  • Winger Anthony Knockaert, who played 30 league games in 2018-19, joins Fulham on loan.

Key Fixtures:

  • New boss Graham Potter’s first game in charge is at Watford on 10 August (15:00).
  • April includes home games against Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City.

Last season wasn’t a good one for burnley as they struggled and couldn’t impress as expected, but managed to finish 15th in the league table, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the fourth round and Caraboa cup in the third round, and Europa League play-off round.

Summer So Far:

Players in: Jay Rodriguez (West Brom, £10m*), Erik Pieters (Stoke City, £3m*), Joel Senior (Curzon Ashton, undisclosed), Ryan Cooney (Bury, undisclosed).

Players out: Peter Crouch (retired), Jon Walters (retired), Stephen Ward (Stoke, free), Anders Lindegaard (Helsingborg, free), Mark Howartht (released).

More On Burnley

  • Striker Peter Crouch announces his Retirement aged 38.
  • Striker Jay Rodriguez returns to his hometown club in a £10m deal.
  • Boss Sean Dyche says he is working with a stronger squad than last season.

Key Fixtures:

  • Start and end the season at Turf Moor against Southampton and Brighton respectively.
  • Away to Chelsea and Manchester United in January.

Chelsea Fc had a difficult but happy ending season under manager Sarri who is now replaced by former blues midfielder Frank Lampard and currently on preseason tour with final preseason match played today.
Amazingly, the blues finished 3rd in the league table last season, thereby qualifying for the forthcoming season’s champions league competition, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the fifth round, runners-up for the Caraboa cup competition and at their very best became 2018/19 Europa League winners.
Summer So Far:

Players in: Mateo Kovacic (Real Madrid, £40m*).

Players out: Eden Hazard (Real Madrid, £88m*), Alvaro Morata (Atletico Madrid, £58m*), Ola Aina (Torino, £8.9m*), Tomas Kalas (Bristol City, £8m*), Jay Dasilva (Bristol City, £2m*), Gary Cahill (released), Fankaty Dabo (Coventry City, free), Rob Green (retired), Todd Kane (released), Nathan Baxter (Ross County, loan), Richard Nartey (Burton Albion, loan), Eduardo (released), Kyle Scott (released), Mario Pasalic (Atalanta, loan), Charly Musonda (Vitesse Arnhem, loan), Nathan (Atletico Mineiro, loan), Daishawn Redan (Hertha Berlin, loan), Ethan Ampadu (RB Leipzig, loan), Jake Clarke-Salter (Birmingham, loan), Matt Miazga (Reading, loan), Lewis Baker (Fortuna Dusseldorf, loan).

More On Chelsea

  • Boss Maurizio Sarri leaves to take over at Italian champions Juventus.
  • Blues appoint former midfielder Frank Lampardas their new boss.
  • Club take their appeal against a two-window transfer ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Key Fixtures:

  • Lampard’s first match in charge is away to Manchester United on 11 August.
  • Face Arsenal away on 28 December before entertaining the Gunners on Wednesday, 22 January.

The Eagles who maintained their stay in the Premier league finished 12th in the league table, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the quarter finals and Caraboa cup competition in the fourth round

Summer So Far

Players in: Stephen Henderson (free), Jordan Ayew (Swansea, £2.5m*).

Players out: Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Manchester United, £50m), Jason Puncheon (released), Julian Speroni (released), Bakary Sako (released), Levi Lumeka (Varzim, undisclosed), Ollie O’Dwyer (Aldershot, free), Joseph Hungbo (released), Tyler Brown (releasefees

More On Palace

  • Palace incensed by Arsenal’s approach to sign Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha.
  • Everton make reported £52m offer for Zaha.
  • England Under-21 right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka joins Manchester United in a £50m deal.

Key Fixtures:

  • Start at home to Everton – who are interested in signing Zaha.
  • Two of the final three games are at home to Manchester United and Tottenham.

Under their new boss Marcus Silva. Everton tried their best to be in the second category after the big six. They finished 8th in the Premier league last season,got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the fourth round and third round in the Caraboa cup competition.

Summer So Far

Players in: Andre Gomes (Barcelona, £22m), Fabian Delph (Man City, £8.5m*), Jonas Lossl (Huddersfield Town, free).

Players out: Nikola Vlasic (CSKA Moscow, £14m), Ademola Lookman (RB Leipzig, £22.5m*), Idrissa Gueye (Paris Saint-Germain, £30m*), Phil Jagielka (Sheffield Utd, free), Brendan Galloway (Luton Town, free), Antonee Robinson (Wigan, undisclosed), Jonjoe Kenny (Schalke, loan), Sandro Ramirez (Real Valladolid, loan), Korede Adedoyin (Hamilton, loan), Kieran Dowell (Derby, loan), Joao Virginia (Reading, loan), Luke Garbutt (Ipswich, loan), Josh Bowler (Hull, loan), Ashley Williams (released), Harry Charsley (released), Boris Mathis (released), Mateusz Hewelt (released), Shayne Lavery (released), Jack Kiersey (released), Danny Bramall (released), Joe Hilton (released), Chris Renshaw (released).

More On Everton

  • Toffees release designs for new £500m ground.
  • Club confirm bid – reported to be £52m – for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
  • Midfielder Fabian Delph signs from Manchester City for a fee of up to £10m.

Key Fixtures:

  • Away to Liverpool on Wednesday, 4 December before hosting the Merseyside derby on 14 March.
  • December includes Liverpool (away), Chelsea (home), Manchester United (away) and Arsenal (home).

Coupled with the death of the club owner, the 2016 Premier league champions managed to finish 9th in the League table last season, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the third round and Caraboa cup in the quarter finals.

Summer So Far

Players in: Youri Tielemans (Monaco, £40m*), Ayoze Perez (Newcastle United, £30m), James Justin (Luton Town, undisclosed), Vontae Daley-Campbell (Arsenal, undisclosed), George Hirst (OH Leuvens, undisclosed), Ali Reghba (Bohemians, undisclosed), Mitchell Clark (Aston Villa, free).

Players out: Shinji Okazaki (Malaga), Danny Simpson (released) Daniel Iversen (Rotherham United, loan).

Summer so far:

  • Defender Harry Maguire is subject of a £70m offer from Manchester United.
  • Belgium midfielder Youri Tielemans signs from Monaco for a reported club record £40m.
  • Striker Ayoze Perez signs from Newcastle United for £30m.

Key fixtures:

  • Last two games of the season are at Tottenham on 9 May and at home to Manchester United on 17 May.
  • Host Champions League winners Liverpool on 26 December.

Liverpool who won the Champions League last season had and amazing run as they even got closer to also winning the premier league title but got denied by city over a point deficit.
They finished 2nd in the Premier League table last season, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the third round and Caraboa cup in the third round as well.

Summer So Far

Players in: Sepp van den Berg (PEC Zwolle, £1.3m), Harvey Elliott (Fulham, undisclosed).

Players out: Danny Ings (Southampton, £20m), Alberto Moreno (Villarreal, free), Rafael Camacho (Sporting Lisbon, £5m), Sheyi Ojo (Rangers, loan), Marko Grujic (Hertha BSC, loan), Allan Rodrigues de Souza (Fluminense, loan), Kamil Grabara (Huddersfield Town loan), Daniel Sturridge (released), Connor Randall (released), Adam Bogdan (released).

More On Liverpool

  • Boss Jurgen Klopp plays down poor pre-season results and also unhappy with the forthcoming season’s starting date..
  • Reds sign 16-year-old Harvey Elliott from Fulham.
  • Defender Nathaniel Clyne out for about six months after suffering knee ligament damage.

Key Fixtures:

  • Host champions Manchester City on 9 November and visit Etihad Stadium on 4 April.
  • Battle Tottenham on 26 October – the first meeting between the two clubs since the Champions League final.

The race to break United’s league record continued as city went on to win the Premier league title for for the second year in a row. They had an incredible season also although they failed to excel in the champions league as well.
Finished 1st in the premier league last season, won the FA cup over Watford as well as the Caraboa cup over Chelsea, but got knocked out of the champions league competition in the quarter finals stage.

Summer So Far

Players in: Rodri (Atletico Madrid, £62.8m), Angelino (PSV Eindhoven, £5.3m), Zack Steffan (Columbus Crew, £7.2m).

Players out: Fabian Delph (Everton, £8.5m*), Taylor Richards (Brighton, £2.5m*), Vincent Kompany (Anderlecht, free), Patrick Roberts (Norwich City, loan), Jack Harrison (Leeds United, loan), Aro Muric (Nottingham Forest, loan), Zack Steffen (Fortuna Dusseldorf, loan), Philippe Sandler (Anderlecht, loan), Tom Dele-Bashiru (released), Aaron Nemane (released), Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa, £15m*), Yangel Herrera (Granada, loan).

More On Man City

  • Spain midfielder Rodri joins from Atletico Madrid for a club record £62.8m.
  • Pep Guardiola hopes winger Leroy Sane stays at the club amid interest from Bayern Munich.
  • Former Bayern and Barcelona boss Guardiola describes midfielder Phil Foden as the “most talented player” he has seen.

Key Fixtures:

  • Launch the defence of their Premier League title at West Ham on 10 August (12:30).
  • Host Manchester United on 7 December and visit Old Trafford on 7 March.

The Red devils had a really challenging season as well; that had a mix of happy moments when their new boss was on trial and disappointing moments when the job was officially given to the new manger.
They finished 6th in the league table; thereby not qualified for champions league competition next season, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the quarter finals, caraboa cup in the third round and also quarter finals in the champions league.
Summer So Far

Players in: Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Crystal Palace, £50m*), Daniel James (Swansea City, £15m).

Players out: Ander Herrera (Paris St-Germain, free), Kieran O’Hara (Burton Albion, loan), Antonio Valencia (released), Matthew Olosunde (released), James Wilson (released), Regan Poole (released), Dean Henderson (Sheffield United, loan).

More On United

  • Forward Romelu Lukaku left out of friendly amid Inter Milan interest.
  • United make £70m offer for Leicester City defender Harry Maguire, and now preparing to make an increased  £80m offer for the defender.
  • Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka joins in £50m deal.

Key Fixtures:

  • Host rivals Liverpool on 19 October and visit Anfield on 18 January.
  • Manchester derby dates: away v City (7 December), home (7 March).

Newcastle United
Finished 13th in the league table last season, got knocked out of the FA Cup competition in the fourth round and Carabao cup on the second round.

Summer So Far

Players in: Joelinton (Hoffenheim, £40m), Kyle Scott (unattached, free), Jake Turner (Bolton Wanderers, undisclosed).

Players out: Ayoze Perez (Leicester City, £30m), Joselu (Alaves, undisclosed), Dan Barlaser (Rotherham United, loan), Liam Gibson (Grimsby Town, loan), Mohamed Diame (released), Cal Roberts (released), Josef Yarney (released), Tyrique Bartlett (released).

More On Newcastle

  • Manager Rafael Benitez leaves saying the club do not share his vision.
  • Steve Bruce is appointed new head coach on a three-year contract.
  • Magpies sign striker Joelinton from Hoffenheim for a club record £40m fee.
    Key fixtures:
  • Bruce’s first league match in charge is at home to Arsenal on 11 August (14:00).
  • Host Liverpool on the final day of the season on 17 May.


Norwich the just promoted 2018/19 championship title winners indeed had an incredible run last season. They finished 1st in Championship, but got knocked out in the FA cup competition in the third round and Carabao cup in the fourth round.

Summer So Far

Players in: Sam Byram (West Ham, £750,000), Aidan Fitzpatrick (Partick Thistle, £350,000*), Daniel Adshead (Rochdale, £300,000*), Rocky Bushiri (KV Oostende, £100,000), Archie Mair (Aberdeen, undisclosed), Rob Nizet (Anderlecht, undisclosed), Josip Drmic (Borussia Monchengladbach, free), Charlie Gilmour (Arsenal, free), Patrick Roberts (Man City, loan), Ralf Fahrmann (Schalke, loan), Reece McAlear (Motherwell, undisclosed).

Players out: Marcel Franke (Hannover 96, undisclosed), Nelson Oliveira (AEK Athens, free*), Carlton Morris (Rotherham United, loan), Mason Bloomfield (Crawley Town, loan), Ciaren Jones (Eastbourne Borough, loan), Josh Coley (Dunfermline Athletic, loan), Sean Raggett (Portsmouth, loan), Savvas Mourgos (Dordrecht, loan), James Husband (Blackpool, loan), Ben Marshall (released).

More On Norwich

  • Right-back Sam Byram arrives from West Ham for £750,000.
  • Goalkeeper Ralf Fahrmann joins on a season-long loan deal from German club Schalke.
  • Switzerland striker Josip Drmic signs on a three-year contract.

Key fixtures:

  • Mark their return to the Premier League with a match at Liverpool on 9 August (20:00).
  • Last match of the season is at defending champions Manchester City on 17 May.

One out the three promoted sides to the Premier league actually had a great season in the Championship League; as they finished 2nd in the championship league table(thus gaining promotion), got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the third round and first round in the Caraboa cup competition.

Summer So Far

Players in: Lys Mousset (Bournemouth, £10m), Callum Robinson (Preston, £6m*), Luke Freeman (QPR, £5m*), Phil Jagielka (Everton, free), Ravel Morrison (unattached, free), Ben Osborn (Nottingham Forest, undisclosed), Dean Henderson (Manchester United, loan).

Players out: Paul Coutts (released), Martin Cranie (released), Conor Washington (released), Daniel Lafferty (released), Caolan Lavery (released) Nathan Thomas (Gillingham, loan), Rhys Norrington-Davies (Rochdale, loan), Jake Eastwood (Scunthorpe, loan), Oliver Greaves (Barrow, loan), Tyler Smith (Bristol Rovers, loan), Nathan Thomas (Carlisle, loan), Regan Slater (Scunthorpe, loan).

More On Sheff United

  • The owners of firms running the Blades embroiled in a High Court battle.
  • Manchester United keeper Dean Henderson rejoins on a season-long loan.
  • Boss Chris Wilder signs new three-year contract.

Key Fixtures:

  • January includes Liverpool (away), Arsenal (away) and Manchester City (home).
  • Mark their return to the Premier League at Bournemouth on 10 August (15:00).

Finished 16th in the league table, got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the third round and Caraboa cup competition in the fourth round.

Summer So Far

Players in: Danny Ings (Liverpool, £20m), Che Adams (Birmingham City, £15m), Moussa Djenepo (Standard Liege, £14m*).

Players out: Matt Targett (Aston Villa, £11.5m*), Jordy Clasie (AZ Alkmaar, undisclosed), Steven Davis (Rangers, free), Alfie Jones (Gillingham, loan), Jack Rose (Walsall, loan), Kingsley Latham (Havant and Waterlooville, loan), Alex Cull (Totton, loan), Harry Hamblin (Bath City, loan).

More On Southampton

  • Striker Danny Ings completes £20m move from Liverpool.
  • Mali winger Moussa Djenepo joins from Standard Liege.
  • Forward Che Adams signs from Birminghamfor a reported £15m.

Key Fixtures:

  • Entertain Liverpool and Manchester United in their first two home games.
  • Away to Chelsea on 26 December and entertain Tottenham on New Year’s Day.

Aside Liverpool and Manchester City, Spurs were one of the clubs that had an incredible season. The spectacular thing about Tottenham last season was that even without any signings in the transfer window, they were still able to hurdle pass a lot of opponents to become champions league runners up as well as finished fourth in the Premier league table, and also unveiled their adorable new home stadium.
They got knocked out of the FA cup competition in the fourth round and Caraboa cup in the semi-finals.

Summer So Far

Players in: Tanguy Ndombele (Lyon, £53.8m), Jack Clarke (Leeds, £8.5m*), Kion Etete (Notts County, £200,000*).

Players out: Kieran Trippier (Atletico Madrid, £20m), Vincent Janssen (Monterrey, £6.3m*), Jack Clarke (Leeds, loan), Luke Amos (QPR, loan), Michel Vorm (released), Dylan Duncan (released), Charlie Freeman (released), Tom Glover (released), Connor Ogilvie (released), Jamie Reynolds (released).

More On Spurs

  • Boss Mauricio Pochettino says he is “not in charge” of transfers and believes his job title should be changed from manager to coach.
  • France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele joins from Ligue 1 Lyon for a club record £53.8m.
  • Harry Kane scores from halfway line against Juventus.

Key Fixtures:

  • North London derbies against Arsenal are: away on 1 September; home on 25 April (15:00).
  • Meet Liverpool for the first time since the Champions League final on 26 October at Anfield.

Had an incredible run last season but struggled towards the end of the season. They finished 11th in the league table, got thrashed by Man City in the FA cup finals(runners-up) and in addition got knocked out of the Caraboa cup competition in the third round.

Summer So Far

Players in: Craig Dawson (West Brom, £5.5m*), Bayli Spencer-Adams (Arsenal, free), Tom Dele-Bashiru (Man City, free).

Players out: Obbi Oulare (Standard Liege, undisclosed), Jerome Sinclair (Venlo, loan), Marc Navarro (Leganes, loan), Ben Wilmot (Swansea, loan), Michael Folivi (Wimbledon, loan), Alex Jakubiak (Gillingham, loan), Miguel Britos (released), Tommie Hoban (released).

More On Watford

  • Defender Craig Dawson joins from West Brom.
  • Goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes, 38, signs a new one-year contract.
  • Striker Obbi Oulare signs for Standard Liege.

Key fixtures:

  • Away at Arsenal on the final day of the season.
  • Two of their three games in September are: Arsenal (home) and Manchester City away).

Finished 10th in the league table last season, got knocked out of the FA cup in the fourth round as well as Caraboa cup also in the fourth round

Summer So Far

Players in: Sebastien Haller (Eintracht Frankfurt, £45m*), Pablo Fornals (Villarreal, £24m*), Roberto (Espanyol, free), David Martin (Millwall, free).

Players out: Marko Arnautovic (Shanghai SIPG, £22.4m), Lucas Perez (Alaves, £2.21m*), Pedro Obiang (Sassuolo, £8m), Sam Byram (Norwich City, £750,000), Edimilson Fernandes (Mainz, undisclosed), Marcus Browne (Middlesbrough, undisclosed), Josh Pask (Coventry City, free), Jordan Hugill (QPR, loan), Adrian (released), Andy Carroll (released), Samir Nasri (released), Toni Martinez (released), Moses Makasi (released), Noha Sylvestre (released), Vashon Neufville (released), Nathan Trott (Wimbledon, loan), Martin Samuelsen (FK Haugesund, loan).

More On West Ham United

  • Hammers sign striker Sebastien Haller in a club record deal worth up to £45m.
  • Forward Marko Arnautovic completes move to Chinese side Shanghai SIPG for £22.4m.
  • Midfielder Robert Snodgrass signs a new one-year extension.

Key Fixtures:

  • Host champions Manchester City on opening Saturday of the season (12:30).
  • Face Chelsea away on 30 November before entertaining the Blues on 4 April.

The very impressive side with lots of young but Willing to play players, got promoted to the Premier League and had an incredible premier league experience as they kept on shocking all their opponents time and time again.
They finished 7th in the league table just after the big six; surpassing the likes of Watford, Leicester, Everton, Crystal Palace, etc,. But got knocked out of the FA cup in the semi-finals and Caraboa cup competiyion in the third round.

Summer So Far

Players in: Raul Jimenez (Benfica, £30m), Patrick Cutrone (AC Milan, £16m), Leander Dendoncker (Anderlecht, £12m*), Hong (Yeovil Town, undisclosed), Raphael Nya (Paris St-Germain, undisclosed), Tsun Dai (Oxford United, undisclosed), Jesus Vallejo (Real Madrid, loan), Patrick Cutrone (AC Milan, £16m).

Players out: Kortney Hause (Aston Villa, £3m*), Ethan Ebanks-Landell (Shrewsbury, undisclosed), Pedro Goncalves (FC Famalicao, undisclosed), Joao Dias (FC Famalicao, undisclosed), Ryan Leak (Burgos, undisclosed), Helder Costa (Leeds, loan), Christian Herc (Viktoria Plzen, loan), Ryan Giles (Shrewsbury, loan), Ivan Cavaleiro (Fulham, loan), Rafa Mir (Nottingham Forest, loan), Michal Zyro (released), Carlos Heredia (released), Ben Goodliffe (released), Aaron Hayden (released), Diego Lattie (released) Enzo Sauvage (released).

More On Wolves

  • Spanish centre-back Jesus Vallejo joins on a season-long loan from Real Madrid.
  • AC Milan striker Patrick Cutrone joins for £16m.
  • Defender Kortney Hause moves to rivals Aston Villa for a reported £3m.

Key Fixtures:

  • Face Tottenham (home), Manchester City (home) and Liverpool (away) in December.
  • End the season at Chelsea on 17 May.

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