Summary of every Premier League deal on the 2023 player market deadline day.

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Summary of all agreements for team transfers on the Premier League deadline day after the European football market closes at 11:00 p.m. on Friday

  It has been another summer of record spending in the Premier League, with the English transfer record beaten twice during the transfer window. Arsenal spent big on Declan Rice to close the gap between them and Manchester City, but that record was soon broken again by Chelsea’s big spend and the arrival of M. Oises Caicedo from Brighton

Summary of every Premier League deal on the 2023 player market deadline day.

         Those agreements only tell half the story. However, big clubs Manchester United are once again leading the way in terms of transfer costs. Manchester United have agreed a loan deal for left-back Sergio Reguilon from Tottenham. Hotspur for one season, while Eric Ten Hag’s team also signed Fenerbahce goalkeeper Altay Bayindeer. Came with a price of approximately 4.3 million pounds.    

         Mateus Nunes has moved to Manchester City’s Blues after completing a £53m deal from Wolves to Manchester City that also sent academy star TommyDoyle . The highly-regarded loan move in the opposite direction sawanother Manchester City academy graduate, Cole Palmer, join Chelsea for £42.5 million . The Blues have sold Callum Hudson-Odoi to Nottingham Forest, ending his 18-year spell with the club.

         Liverpool’s only deal on deadline day was the arrival of Ryan Krafenberg from Bayern Munich for £34m, making it their fourth midfield signing in the transfer market. This time, following on from Alexis Mac Allister, Dominic Szoboszlai and Wataru Endo, meanwhile, Brighton were able to reach an agreement to acquire Ansu Fati, a rising star from Barcelona. On loan for the rest of the โปรโมชั่น ufabet season, the 20-year-old was once considered one of the most talented young players in the world. This was before injuries hampered his development in recent years.

         Others include Mason Greenwood, who joins Getafe of Spain on a season-long loan deal. Spurs signed Brennan Johnson from Nottingham Forest for £47m and Manchester United have finally agreed a loan deal for the Fiorentini midfielder. Like Sofiyan Amrabat on deadline day as well. Let’s see the details. All Premier League completed deals on transfer deadline day Who are they?

Summary of transfer deals in the Premier League on deadline day.

Taylor Harwood-Bellis – Manchester City to Southampton – Loan

Altay Bayindir – Fenerbahce to Manchester United – £4.3 million

Cole Palmer – Manchester City to Chelsea – £42.5 million

Loic Ambe Soh – Nottingham Forest to Almere City – Loan

Tommy Doyle – Manchester City to Wolves – Loan

Nuno Tavares – Arsenal to Nottingham Forest – Loan

Marc Jurado – Manchester United to Espanyol – undisclosed

John-Kaimani Gordon – Crystal Palace to Cambridge United – Loan

Mateus Nunes – Wolves to Manchester City – £53 million

Jonathan Panzo – Nottingham Forest to Cardiff – Loan

James Norris – Liverpool to Tranmere – Loan

Clement Lenglet – Barcelona to Aston Villa – Loan

Admiral Muskwe – Luton to Exeter – Loan

Chisom Afoka – Aston Villa to Bradford – Loan

Dion Pereira – Luton to Sutton – Loan

Ansu Fati – Barcelona to Brighton – Loan

Allan Campbell – Luton to Millwall – Loan

James McAtee – Manchester City to Sheffield United – Loan

Luca Stephenson – Liverpool to Barrow – Loan

Sergio Reguilon – Tottenham to Manchester United – Loan

Japhet Tanganga – Tottenham to Augsburg – Loan

Mason Burstow – Chelsea to Sunderland – Loan

Louie Watson – Luton to Charlton – Loan

Marcel Lewis – Burnley to Dundee – Loan

Nicholas Dominguez – Bologna to Nottingham Forest – Undisclosed

Remo Freuler – Nottingham Forest to Bologna – Undisclosed

Nathan Butler-Oyedeyi – Arsenal to Cheltenham – Loan

Keenan Davis – Aston Villa to Udinese – Undisclosed.

Jonny Evans – Leicester to Manchester United – Free

Kevin Mbabu – Fulham to Augsburg – Loan

Callum Hudson-Odoi – Chelsea to Nottingham Forest – Undisclosed

Charlie McNeill – Manchester United to Stevenage – Loan

Owen Dodgson – Burnley to Barnsley – Loan

Chiquinho – Wolves to Famalicao – Loan

Martial Godo – Fulham to Wigan – Loan

Arthur Okonkow – Arsenal to Wrexham – Loan

Omar Rekic – Arsenal to Wigan – Loan

Louie March – Sheffield United to Doncaster – Loan

Harvey Griffiths – Wolves to Walsall – Loan

Ryan Krafenberg – Bayern Munich to Liverpool – £34 million

Joao Cancelo – Manchester City to Barcelona – Loan

Armel Bella-Kotsup – Southampton to PSV – Loan

Sofiane Amrabat – Fiorentina to Manchester United – Loan

Odysseus Vlahodimos – Benfica to Nottingham Forest – Undisclosed

Diego Moreira – Chelsea to Lyon – Loan

James Furlong – Brighton to Hull – Undisclosed.

Albert Sambi Lokonga – Arsenal to Luton – Loan

Brennan Johnson – Nottingham Forest to Tottenham – £45 million

Rob Holding – Arsenal to Crystal Palace – £5 million

Mason Greenwood – Manchester United to Getafe – Loan

Mike Tracer – Genk to Burnley – Loan

Neil Maupay – Everton to Brentford – Loan

Bashir Humphreys – Swansea to Chelsea – Loan