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Premier League Transfer Window Winner and Losers



Premier League

Premier League Transfer Window

Premier League is one of the best leagues in the world having the best teams in the world. The best players want to play in the Premier League at least once in their career and especially playing for the Top 6 is always a high point. This season’s transfer window opened on July 27 and will go on for 10 weeks. Some big names have already arrived and some are yet to come. Not only the top 6 are doing business but looking at the transfers, every team looks ready.

With the Premier League set to start in coming days, let us look into the winners and losers of the transfer market so far.


Premier League Transfer Winners

Chelsea: What a transfer market so far for the Blues. After losing Eden Hazard and getting a transfer ban things looked tough for Chelsea but they have managed to use that money exceptionally well. Lampard needed enforcement and the players they have bought will surely increase the team in every aspect.

Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Kai Havertz will boost and increase the quality of attack. While players like Ben Chilwell, Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr will improve the weak defence of Chelsea which was the main problem of Lampard’s team. Getting players like Thiago Silva and Sarr for free is one of the best business the Blues could have done. If the rumors are true and they manage to add Eduardo Mendy, this could be the best transfer window for a Premier League team in years.

Everton: With Carlo Ancelotti in charge Everton can regain their position back into the Top 10 and even compete for the Europa League spot. Everton have managed to get some world class players in Allan and James Rodriguez. The transfer fee is also not that high and a player like James can do wonders. Allan has had a great season with Napoli in Italy. A midfield of Allan, Doucoure and James would be an exciting one. There might few more inclusions and few departures too but addition of these two players is a huge boost for the Toffees.

Manchester City: Every transfer window all the eyes are on Manchester City and the signings they make. A big name is expected from them every window. They have already signed Nathan Ake and Ferran Torres. Torres is a gem of Spanish football and Ake can play as a center back or even as left back. Now that Messi has decided to stay at Barcelona, City have funds to get in Koulibaly which would be a great transfer for Pep.

“I was very nervous that day. My agent was in Manchester with the club and he called me to tell me they had an agreement and I’d play for City. It’s a club who want to win everything so I think I’ll improve a lot here. Very big teams called but I have to keep that to myself.” were the words of Ferran Torres on joining Manchester City.


Leeds United: The newly promoted side Leeds are not taking anything lightly. Bielsa is coming in the Premier League with a motive and that is clear with the transfers made by him. Rodrigo from Valencia, is a big transfer because Rodrigo is a very good striker and alongside Bielsa he could be a very important player. Helder Costa from Wolves is also a good signing. It would be interesting to see if there would be any more signings but Leeds are doing good business.


Arsenal: Arteta is trying his best to get Arsenal back on track, having already won FA Cup and Community Shield. Arteta knows what this Arsenal team needs and doing business according to it. Getting in Willian and Cedric Soares on free transfer is a nice deal. Gabriel Magalhães, a young center back who can be a great asset to Arteta. Rumors are there of Aouar coming to London and if it happens what a signing it would be from Arteta. He would really strengthen the midfield.


Premier League Transfer Losers

Liverpool: The defending Champions have not made a standout signing as of present and that could really make a difference. Last season they were unstoppable from Allison to Firmino but this season they would need some new faces to compete against the likes of City, Chelsea, who look like a tough competitor, and the other top teams. A midfielder and a forward who can score goals in absence of Salah or Mane would be beneficial. Van Dijk being their 3rd highest goal scorer says something. Thiago has been linked, his arrival would change the whole atmosphere. A player of his quality is what Liverpool need in midfield.


Manchester United: The Red Devils have only signed one player until now, Donny van de Beek. He is a very good player who can impact a match just like Bruno Fernandes has done since his arrival. But United need a defender, a forward or winger who can consistently perform. The backline of United is very vulnerable and the forward line produce goals but not in the way that would make them compete at the top level. A possible addition of Sancho would make a huge difference.


Tottenham: The only signing that can make a difference is Doherty. Getting in Joe Hart was a questionable move. It’s Mourinho’s second season at Tottenham and fans would at least like to see their team compete for Top 4. Getting in new players will help the cause but the question is who will want to come to Spurs right now. Out off all the teams, they are the one who look in not so good position.


Wolves: Wolves performed well last season and some new, dynamic players were expected to come. Instead they lost Doherty and Helder Costa and got in a 18 year old center forward Fabio Silva. Silva is a young, talented player but not the one who came make difference when needed. Marcal, is a signing that Wolves supporters can be excited about. Coming after a strong season at Lyon in France and in UCL. There is also a possibility of Adama Traore and Jimenez  leaving the club too, if that happens Wolves would in a big trouble.

These were how the teams have fared so far in the Premier League in the transfer market. Many new signings would be made in coming weeks and there would be plenty to be excited about.


These were how the teams have fared so far in the Premier League in the transfer market. Many new signings would be made in coming weeks and there would be plenty to be excited about.

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