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Premier League transfer made on deadline day

Source The Ghana Report

The 2022/23 summer transfer window has officially been closed in Europe, with many clubs sealing deadline day deals.

While some clubs were cashing in on a few players to manage their wages, others were busy on the transfer market buying as they look to augment their squads.

The big night saw Chelsea making the biggest movers on the day, bringing in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Denis Zakaria, but there were also high-profile moves for Arthur, on loan to Liverpool, and Antony, who finally sealed a €100m move to Manchester United.

Here’s how it all ended on the final day of the summer transfers

  • Antony – Ajax to Manchester United – £85.4m
  • Manuel Akanji – Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City – £16.7m
  • Wout Faes – Reims to Leicester City – £15m
  • Willy Boly – Wolves to Nottingham Forest – £4.65m
  • Idrissa Gueye – PSG to Everton – £2m
  • Jack Stephens – Southampton to Bournemouth – loan
  • Layvin Kurzawa – PSG to Fulham – loan
  • Willian – Corinthians to Fulham – loan
  • Martin Dubravka – Newcastle to Man Utd – loan
  • Leander Dendoncker – Wolves to Aston Villa – undisclosed
  • Arthur Melo – Juventus to Liverpool – loan
  • Samuel Edozie – Manchester City to Southampton – £10m
  • Juan Larios – Manchester City to Southampton – £6m
  • James Garner – Manchester United to Everton – £15m
  • Carlos Vinicius – Benfica to Fulham – undisclosed
  • Jan Bednarek – Southampton to Aston Villa – loan
  • Duje Caleta-Car – Marseille to Southampton – undisclosed
  • Boubacar Traore – Metz to Wolves – loan
  • Josh Bowler – Blackpool to Nottingham Forest – undisclosed
  • Daniel James – Leeds to Fulham – loan
  • Loic Bade – Rennes to Nottingham Forest – loan
  • Wilfried Gnonto – FC Zurich to Leeds – undisclosed
  • Billy Gilmour – Chelsea to Brighton – undisclosed
  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Barcelona to Chelsea – £12m
  • Denis Zakaria – Juventus to Chelsea – loan
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