Football transfer window summer 2022 – Europe’s top five men’s leagues | Transfer window

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Deals completed1296

Total value£3.3bn

Arsenal‘s transfer balance is£-90.7m

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August 17, 2022

Matheus Nunes

Midfielder

Sporting them Wolverhampton Wanderers

This is the right next step for me,’ says the sought-after central midfielder after completing the move

£38m

Sayha Seha

Midfielder

Troyes them Marseille

Club maintains focus on recruiting young talent with 17-year-old creative player also wanted by Manchester United

£8.5m

Alberto Grassi

Midfielder

Parma them Empoli

The midfielder began his career at Atalanta and has also played for Spal and Cagliari

loan

August 17, 2022

Abdenego Nankishi

Winger

Werder Bremen them Heracles Almelo

Academy player signs new Werder contract before season in Dutch second division

loan

August 17, 2022

Tanguy Nianzou

Defender

Bayern Munich them Sevilla

20-year-old signed after departures of Koundé and Diego Carlos, with Bayern retaining sell-on clause and buy-back priority

£16.9m

Merlin Röhl

Midfielder

Ingolstadt them Freiburg

Under-20 international likely to get game time with Freiburg lacking depth in midfield for European campaign

£840k

August 17, 2022

Alan Virginius

Winger

Sochaux them Lille

Promising attacker opted to join Lille amid interest from Newcastle, Leverkusen and Lorient

£3.8m

Bradley Fink

Forward

Borussia Dortmund them Basel

Striker scored 35 goals in 31 games for U19s last term and qualifies for England via his mother

£675k

August 17, 2022

Joaquín Sosa

Defender

National (Uruguay) them Bologna

Versatile centre-back with Italian nationality had also been linked with Hibernian this summer

undisclosed fee

August 17, 2022

Issa Kaboré

Defender

Manchester City them Marseille

Highly-rated right-back joins Marseille on loan with option to buy

loan

August 17, 2022

Thilo Kehrer

Defender

Paris Saint-Germain them West Ham United

Center-back excited to join the ‘best league in the world’ after four years and 128 games at PSG

£10.1m

Yassin Fekir

Midfielder

Real Betis them Linens

Nabil Fekir’s younger brother joins the third-tier side who also recently signed Bobby Duncan

loan

August 16, 2022

Destiny Udogie

Defender

Tottenham Hotspur them Udinese

Left-back stays in Serie A on loan until next summer

loan

August 16, 2022

Pervis Estupiñán

Defender

Villarreal them Brighton

Albion confirm arrival of left-back also wanted by Spurs and Forest, with Watford receiving 20% ​​of initial €18m fee

£15.1m

Ousmane Camara

Defender

Paris FC them Angers

France U19 captain was also targeted by AEK Athens after impressive season in Ligue 2

£1.7m

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The summer transfer window 2022 promises to be as busy as ever. We have already had some big transfers with Erling Haaland joining Manchester City, and Kalvin Phillips also brought in to reinforce the defending Premier League champions.

The new Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, has recruited Lisandro Martínez and Tyrell Malacia from the Eredivisie. Richarlison and Yves Bissouma headline a busy summer for Spurs, while Thomas Tuchel’s rebuild of Chelsea has seen Marc Cucurella, Kalidou Koulibaly and Raheem Sterling arrive.

Two more former City players, Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko, have joined Mikel Arteta at Arsenal. Sadio Mané has left Liverpool for Bayern Munich, with Darwin Núñez replacing him and Robert Lewandowski leaving Bavaria for Barcelona, ​​who have also spent big on Jules Koundé and Raphinha.

Real Madrid have paid the biggest fee so far this summer to sign Monaco midfielder Aurelien Tchouaméni, while PSG have brought in Vitinha, Nordi Mukiele and Renato Sanches. Paul Pogba has returned to Juventus along with fellow free agent Ángel Di María, with defender Mathijs De Ligt moving to Bayern.

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