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Here is a compilation of all done deals in the English Premier League during the 2019 summer transfer window and on Deadline Day.

The window opened on May 16 and closed August 8 – the day before the 2019/20 Premier League season kicks off – for top-flight and Championship clubs.


August 8 – Deadline Day

Alex Iwobi – Arsenal to Everton – £35m

David Luiz – Chelsea to Arsenal £8m

Romelu Lukaku – Manchester United to Inter Milan – £73m

Kieran Tierney – Celtic to Arsenal – undisclosed

Ryan Sessegnon – Fulham to Tottenham – £25m

Andy Carroll – West Ham to Newcastle – undisclosed

Scott Carson – Derby to Manchester City – loan

Giovani Lo Celso – Real Betis to Tottenham – loan

Danny Drinkwater – Chelsea to Burnley – loan

Albian Ajeti – Basel to West Ham – £8m

Emil Krafth – Amiens to Newcastle – £5m

Romaric Yapi – Paris SG to Brighton – undisclosed

Lea Le Garrec – Guingamp to Brighton – undisclosed

Pedro Porro – Girona to Manchester City – undisclosed

Ismaila Sarr – Rennes to Watford – undisclosed

Aaron Mooy – Huddersfield to Brighton – undisclosed

Muhamed Besic – Everton to Sheffield United – loan

Dennis Praet – Sampdoria to Leicester City – £18m

Dom Thompson – Arsenal to Brentford – £1m

Eddie Nketiah – Arsenal to Leeds – loan

Ovie Ejaria – Liverpool to Reading – loan

Trevoh Chalobah – Chelsea to Huddersfield – loan

Josh Onomah – Tottenham to Fulham – undisclosed

Muhamed Besic – Everton to Sheffield United – loan

Michael Verrips – Mechelen to Sheffield United – free

Callum Elder – Leicester City to Hull City – undisclosed

Matthew Pennington – Everton to Hull City – loan

Josh Grant – Chelsea to Plymouth – loan

August 7

Ibrahim Amadou – Sevilla to Norwich – loan

Danny Welbeck – Arsenal to Watford – free

Victor Camarasa – Real Betis to Crystal Palace – loan

Joao Cancelo – Juventus to Man City – £60m

Djibril Sidibe – Monaco to Everton – loan

James McCarthy – Everton to Crystal Palace – undisclosed

Danilo – Manchester City to Juventus – £34.1m

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George Johnston – Liverpool to Feyenoord – loan

Nat Phillips – Liverpool to Stuttgart – loan

Taiwo Awoniyi – Liverpool to Mainz – loan

Carl Jenkinson – Arsenal to Nottingham Forest – undisclosed

August 6

Goncalo Cardoso – Boavista to West Ham – undisclosed

Renat Dadashov – Estoril to Wolves – undisclosed

August 5

Adrian – West Ham to Liverpool – free

Harry Maguire – Leicester to Manchester United – £80m

August 4

Moise Kean – Juventus to Everton – undisclosed

Simon Mignolet – Liverpool to Club Bruges £6.4m

Alexander Sorloth – Crystal Palace to Trabzonspor – loan

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August 3

Adam Webster – Bristol City to Brighton – £20m

August 2

Allan Saint-Maximin – Nice to Newcastle – undisclosed

Oli McBurnie – Swansea City to Sheffield United – £17m

Bailey Peacock-Farrell – Leeds United to Burnley – undisclosed

Jetro Willems – Eintracht Frankfurt to Newcastle – loan

August 1

Nicolas Pepe – Lille to Arsenal – £72m

Marvelous Nakamba – Club Brugge to Aston Villa – £11m

Arnaut Danjuma – Club Brugge to Bournemouth – undisclosed

Tom Heaton – Burnley to Aston Villa – £8m

July 31

Joe Williams – Everton to Wigan – undisclosed

Tosin Adarabioyo – Manchester City to Blackburn – loan

July 30

Patrick Cutrone – AC Milan to Wolves – undisclosed

Idrissa Gueye – Everton to PSG – £29m

Shinji Okazaki – Leicester to Malaga – free

July 29

Philip Billing – Huddersfield to Bournemouth – £15m

Lewis Freestone – Peterborough to Brighton – free

Mitchell Clark – Aston Villa to Leicester – free

Kyle Scott – Chelsea to Newcastle – free

Jake Turner – Bolton to Newcastle – free

July 27

Jesus Vallejo – Real Madrid to Wolves – loan

Todd Kane – Chelsea to QPR – free

July 26

Ben Osborn – Nottingham Forest to Sheffield United – undisclosed

Dean Henderson – Manchester United to Sheffield United – loan

Yangel Herrera – Manchester City to Granada – loan

July 25

Tom Dele-Bashiru – Manchester City to Watford – free

Jordan Ayew – Swansea City to Crystal Palace – £2.5m

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Dani Ceballos – Real Madrid to Arsenal – loan

Douglas Luiz – Manchester City to Aston Villa – £15m

William Saliba – St Etienne to Arsenal – £27m (loaned back to St Etienne for next season)

Ademola Lookman – Everton to RB Leipzig – undisclosed

July 24

Trezeguet – Kasimpasa to Aston Villa – £8.75m

July 23

Joelinton – Hoffenheim to Newcastle – £40m

July 17

Sebastien Haller – Eintracht Frankfurt to West Ham – £45m

Kieran Trippier – Tottenham to Atletico Madrid – £21.7m

July 16

Sam Byram – West Ham to Norwich – £750,000

Ravel Morrison – Ostersunds FK to Sheffield United – free

Bjorn Engels – Reims to Aston Villa – undisclosed

July 15

Fabian Delph – Manchester City to Everton – undisclosed

July 12

Callum Robinson – Preston North End to Sheffield United – undisclosed

July 11

Ezri Konsa – Brentford to Aston Villa – undisclosed

Korede Adedoyin – Everton to Hamilton – loan

July 9

Jay Rodriguez – West Brom to Burnley – £10m

July 8

Youri Tielemans – Monaco to Leicester – £40m

Jack Stacey – Luton Town to Bournemouth – £4m

Erik Pieters – Burnley to Stoke – undisclosed

Tyrone Mings – Bournemouth to Aston Villa – £20m

Charlie Gilmour – Unattached to Norwich City

Marko Arnautovic – West Ham to Shanghai SIPG – £22.4m

July 6

Stephen Henderson – Nottingham Forest to Crystal Palace – free

Marcin Bulka – Chelsea to PSG – free

July 5

Ralf Fahrmann – FC Schalke 04 to Norwich – loan

Aidan Fitzpatrick – Partick Thistle to Norwich – undisclosed

Matthew Olosunde – Manchester United to Rotherham – free

Samir Nasri – West Ham to Anderlecht – free

July 4

Ayoze Perez – Newcastle to Leicester – £30m

Rodri – Atletico Madrid to Manchester City – £62.5m

Phil Jagielka – Everton to Sheffield United – free

Ander Herrera – Manchester United to Paris Saint-Germain – free

David Ospina – Arsenal to Napoli – undisclosed

July 3

Luke Freeman – QPR to Sheffield United – undisclosed


Angelino – PSV to Manchester City – £5.3m

Mario Pasalic – Chelsea to Atalanta – loan

July 2

Tanguy Ndombele – Lyon to Tottenham – £65m

Gabriel Martinelli – Ituano Futebol Clube to Arsenal – undisclosed

Jack Clarke – Leeds to Tottenham- £8.5m

July 1

Danny Ings – Liverpool to Southampton – £18m

Mateo Kovacic – Real Madrid to Chelsea – £40.25m

Craig Dawson – West Brom to Watford – £5.5m

Che Adams – Birmingham City to Southampton – £15m

Matt Targett – Southampton to Aston Villa – £11m

Leander Dendoncker – Anderlecht to Wolves – undisclosed

June 28

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Crystal Palace to Manchester United – £50m

James Justin – Luton to Leicester – undisclosed

Antonio Valencia – Manchester United to LDU Quito – free

June 27

Sepp van den Berg – PEC Zwolle to Liverpool – £1.3m

Rafael Camacho – Liverpool to Sporting Lisbon – £5m

June 26

Leandro Trossard – Genk to Brighton – undisclosed

June 25

Andre Gomes – Barcelona to Everton – £22m

June 24

Josip Drmic – Borussia Monchengladbach to Norwich – free

21 June

Matt Clarke – Portsmouth to Brighton – undisclosed

June 19

Brad Collins – Chelsea to Barnsley – free

June 18

Sheyi Ojo – Liverpool to Rangers – loan

June 17

Kortney Hause – Wolves to Aston Villa – £3m

June 14

Pablo Fornals – Villarreal to West Ham – £24m

Regan Poole – Manchester United to MK Dons – free

June 13

Moussa Djenepo – Standard Liege to Southampton – undisclosed

Wesley – Club Brugge to Aston Villa – undisclosed

Matty Willock – Manchester United to Gillingham – free

June 12

Daniel James – Swansea to Manchester United – £15m

June 11

Ola Aina – Chelsea to Torino – undisclosed

June 10

Anwar El Ghazi – Lille to Aston Villa – undisclosed

June 7

Eden Hazard – Chelsea to Real Madrid – £89m

June 5

Jota – Birmingham to Aston Villa – undisclosed

June 3

David Martin – Millwall to West Ham – free


Season over for Liverpool’s inspirational captain



Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will play no further part in the champions’ bid for Premier League records with his knee injury ruling him out of the rest of the season.

Klopp confirmed that the skipper will not be able to feature again this campaign, but will not require surgery and should be fit again for next season.

He will also be there to lift the Premier League trophy against Chelsea on July 22 as the Reds finally end their 30-year wait to be crowned champions.

“Hendo is the best possible of all bad news: it is a knee injury but no surgery needed,” said Klopp. “He will not play any more in the latter stages of this season but I am pretty positive he will start with us the new season. It was an awful moment when he went down with injury. In Germany, we would call him an animal as he deals with pain so well.

“You saw he knew something happened which shouldn’t have happened. Everyone felt for him. It was a real mood killer.

“We were all concerned when we saw him going down and he left the pitch and when we got the news it was a big relief for all of us.

“It is not cool but it is the best we could get, Hendo is a quick healer and he will be back soon.

“But he deserves to lift the trophy and he will lift the trophy.”

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Tiger Woods announces plans to return to PGA Tour next week



Tiger Wood

Tiger Woods will make his first PGA Tour start since February at next week’s Memorial Tournament.

The 15-time major winner pulled out of the Players Championship in March with a back injury before the coronavirus shutdown.

Professional men’s golf in the US has resumed behind closed doors and Woods is set to resume his season in Ohio from 16-19 July.

“I’ve missed going out and competing with the guys,” said Woods, 44.

“I can’t wait to get back out there.”

Woods, who has won the Memorial Tournament five times, finished 68th in his last PGA Tour appearance at the Genesis Open in February.

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He last played publicly in a charity match that saw him and Peyton Manning beat Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in an event that raised $20m (£16.4m) for coronavirus relief efforts in the United States.

Tiger Woods is aiming to defend the Masters title he won for a fifth time in 2019 when the rescheduled tournament takes place from 12-15 November at Augusta National.

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The rearranged USPGA Championship is now set to be the first major of the year in San Francisco from 6-9 August and the US Open is to be played at Winged Foot in New York State from 17-20 September, while the Open Championship has been cancelled.

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Victor Moses shows off his new look after getting rid of his trademark dreadlocks (Photo/Video)




The 29-year-old Nigerian footballer who plays as a winger for Inter Milan, on loan from Premier League club Chelsea took to Instagram to show off his new haircut after getting a clean trim from celebrity barber, Ahmed Alsanawi of AStarBarbers.

See his new look below:

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