The transfer window has reached a crucial stage, with only a few days left for teams to secure their targets before the preseason begins. While some top teams have already concluded their business this summer, many others are yet to make any signings. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>
However, Manchester United acted swiftly and completed the transfer of Mason Mount before the window closed.
Erik Ten Hag, the manager of another team, had hoped to finalize all his targets before the preseason, but unfortunately, the takeover process hindered his plans. On the other hand, clubs like Arsenal and Chelsea have been actively involved in the transfer market this summer, with some significant signings already in place. Here are the top five completed transfers of the season so far:
Kai Havertz to Arsenal:
The German international was announced as Arsenal’s new player on Friday. Havertz is Mikel Arteta’s first addition to the squad, with Declan Rice and Jurrien Timber also expected to join from West Ham and Ajax respectively. Arsenal has high hopes that Havertz will help them challenge Manchester City for the Premier League title in the upcoming season. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>
Mason Mount to Manchester United:
Erik Ten Hag’s first signing of the summer turned out to be Mason Mount. Manchester United and Chelsea reached an agreement of £60M for the Englishman’s transfer. Mount is set to undergo a medical examination in the coming days before finalizing the deal.
Christopher Nkunku to Chelsea:
Chelsea made a significant signing by acquiring the services of Frenchman Christopher Nkunku. The deal was agreed upon during the winter transfer window and was completed in the summer.
MacAllister to Liverpool:
Liverpool secured the signing of Argentine international MacAllister, becoming Jurgen Klopp’s first addition to the squad. The club is also closing in on the transfer of RB Salzburg’s midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai. However, MacAllister was the first signing completed in England this summer, following Nkunku’s transfer.
Kovacic to Manchester City:
As a direct replacement for IIkay Gundogan, who moved to Barcelona, Manchester City signed Croatian star Mateo Kovacic. Kovacic stands as Guardiola’s sole signing of the summer so far. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>
The race to secure top talent before the preseason intensifies as the transfer window enters its final days, and teams continue to strive for their desired signings.