Premier League 2018/19 season will kick off on 11th of August this year. Manchester City will start their title defence against Arsenal at Emirates Stadium. Arsene Wenger did not do very well against Pep Guardiola but Unai Emery record against the Spaniard is even worse. Jose Mourinho will hope for a better campaign next season when he welcomes Leicester City at Old Trafford. Chelsea new boss Maurizio Sarri will open his Premier League account away against Huddersfield. Liverpool nice football will be re-ignited once again at Anfield against West Ham United while Spurs entertain Newcastle United at St. James Park. Today, as the countdown to the new season continues, we want to look at all completed transfers for top 6 clubs so far.

6. Tottenham Hotspurs- 7 Done Deal

Tottenham Hotspurs have not signed any player so far but maybe their best business was to tie Harry Kane and Davinson Sanchez to new long-term deals. This makes it very difficult for any club interested in the two talented stars to even make an approach unless they are prepared to pay Daniel Levy what he wants.

However, Spurs have allowed some players to leave or go on loan:

  • Keanan Bennetts – Borussia Monchengladbach, undisclosed
  • Joel Pritchard – Bolton, free
  • Christian Maghoma – Arka Gdynia, free
  • Ryan Loft – free
  • Luke O’Reilly – free
  • Nick Tsaroulla – free
  • Anton Walkes – Portsmouth, undisclosed

5. Manchester United- 16 Done Deals

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho knows this season there will be no excuses for him and his coaching staff. The players will also be expected to compete with their counterparts at Manchester City for Premier League glory. The Portuguese have moved quickly to secure the services of highly rated Brazilian midfielder Fred from Shakhtar Donetsk for £52.5 million. Matteo Darmian future at Old Trafford is in the balance because Diogo Dalot has arrived from FC Porto for £19.3m. Old Trafford has also welcomed experienced goalkeeper Lee Grant to cover David De Gea and Sergio Romero.

The Red Devils have also allowed the following players to leave, go on loan or retire:

  • Daley Blind – Ajax, £14.1m
  • Sam Johnstone – West Brom, £5m
  • Michael Carrick – retired
  • Joe Riley – Bradford, undisclosed
  • Dean Henderson – Sheffield United, loan
  • Indy Boonen – KV Oostende, released
  • Max Johnstone – released
  • Jake Kenyon – released
  • Ilias Moutha-Sebtaoui – Anderlecht, free
  • Devonte Redmond – released
  • Theo Richardson – released
  • Charlie Scott – released
  • Matt Willock – St Mirren, loan

4. Liverpool- 19 Done Deals

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp means business this year. The German Coach knows this will be the defining season for him and his players and he has to get it right. The Reds started early with the signing of AS Monaco Manchester United top target Fabinho for £43.7m. The highly publicized transfer of RB Leipzig midfield general Naby Keita was completed for £52.75million. Xherdan Shaqiri has also arrived for £13.5m from relegated side Stoke City but the biggest so far is Alisson Becker arrival for a record £67m. The club needed a goalkeeper that can be trusted and the Brazilian is a perfect choice. Anfield has also signed Isaac Christie-Davies from Chelsea for free.

Klopp has also allowed the following players to leave;

  • Emre Can – Juventus, free
  • Danny Ward – Leicester, £12.5m
  • Ovie Ejaria – Rangers, loan
  • Jordan Williams – Rochdale, free
  • Jon Flanagan – Rangers, free
  • Yan Dhanda – Swansea, released
  • Toni Corrreira Gomes – released
  • Andrew Firth – released
  • Mich’El Parker – released
  • Adam Bodgan – Hibs, loan
  • Paulo Manuel Neves-Alves – released
  • Harry Wilson – Derby, loan
  • Ryan Kent – Rangers, loan
  • Allan – Eintracht Frankfurt, loan

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