Premier League clubs are in a hurry to get their desired targets over the line before the transfer window slams shut. They have already collectively spent almost 800 million pounds, and with the clubs ready to splash cash before the end of the window it is likely to reach the 1-billion-pound mark.
So let’s look at the signings your favourite Premier League clubs are likely to make before the end of the window.
Pep Guardiola’s side are flying at the
Although Guardiola has not ruled out any more signings, it is highly unlikely that City will add any more players to their roster after signing eight this summer.
Sandwiched at the second spot in the PL table between the Manchester Clubs, Chelsea
Jose Mourinho’s side have won three out of three in the
Brazilian right-back Fabinho from Monaco is another name who has been linked with United, and just like last summer transfer window deadline
If the club
Arsenal fans' hue and cry for signings are likely to be fulfilled before the end of the transfer window with Valencia centre back Shkodran Mustafi and Deportivo striker Lucas Perez headed for Emirates. That is likely to end Arsenal’s incomings this transfer window, but Jack Wilshere is likely to lead the outgoings with Arsene Wenger keen on his star midfielder finding some playing time. A loan switch to Premier League clubs could be on the cards for the midfielder with many clubs reportedly keen on his services.
One win in their three games in Premier League has left the Reds from Merseyside at 11th place in the table. Fans have been calling for an upgrade on left-back Alberto Moreno and for a new defensive midfielder, but Jurgen Klopp seems to be happy with the options in his squad. Rumours about a move for Brazilian striker Luan Guilherme de Jesus Vieira, simply known as Luan, have been in the air, but reports from Merseyside have distanced the club from a move for the Gremio striker. The move for Borussia Dortmund’s Christian Pulisic is also unlikely to be completed in this transfer window with the German Club reluctant to part ways with the youngster.
However, the club will have a lot of outgoings on deadline day with Mario Balotelli, Lazar Markovic, and Tiago Ilori all out of Klopp’s plans. Balotelli is likely to move to French Club Nice, while Ilori and Markovic will also be moved either on permanent or loan deals.
With transfer deadline day likely to bring a whole host of signings for Premier League clubs, the race for the title and Champions League places will definitely heat up after the international break. A good signing tomorrow, while in itself will not make or break a season, can push the needle almost all the way.
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