The Premier League transfer window may be shut but there’s still plenty to follow as European clubs look to finalise their plans this summer, while the deadline day fallout continues to be revealed with the details on every move that did and didn’t happen leaking out.
Everton and Fulham got their cheque books out to dominate the headlines, with the Toffees landing Fc Barcelona duo Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes, as well as Shakhtar Donetsk forward Bernard. They could yet sign Kurt Zouma from Chelsea on loan, with confirmation yet to come on the late, late talks. Fulham meanwhile broke their transfer record with the signing of Andre Frank Zambo Anguissa for around £30m, while Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Luciano Vietto, Sergio Rico and Joe Bryan also moved to Craven Cottage.
Then there’s Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, who failed to sign anyone on deadline day – the latter becoming the first club not to sign a player in the summer at all since the transfer window was introduced – and we’ll bring you the latest fallout from the disappointing wiundows.
With the European transfer window still open, we will have all the latest news, late done deals plus all the latest reaction right here so don’t touch that dial.
It’s time for the most important part of the transfer window – the post-deadline day rankings!
Jack Lang guides you through all 20 Premier League clubs, rating their ins and outs and how they will affect the season ahead.
Unsurprisingly there are a few gimmes, but also a few shocks along the way.
Good morning and welcome to The Independent’s transfer live blog, where we’ll bring you the latest updates on the day after the night before.
Deadline day didn’t prove to be the blockbuster event that it was build up to be, with neither Manchester United nor Tottenham signing any players and Arsenal and Liverpool wrapping up their business early.
But Everton and Fulham took centre stage to make a wrath of signings, while there are still a few deals yet to be clarified – has Kurt Zouma joined Everton?
There’s also the small matter of the European transfer window, with clubs in Spain, Italy, France and the likes still able to sign players from the Premier League. Will there be any high-profile departures?
Follow all the latest here.
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