After the transfer window shuts, five free agents could still be signed by Premier League clubs.
Although the summer transfer window has closed, there are still some free agents available.
Premier League clubs are said to have spent more than £1.2 billion on deals during the summer transfer window, confounding predictions of a slow period following the coronavirus outbreak. Manchester City topped the pile with the most expensive signing of all, bringing in £100 million winger Jack Grealish from Aston Villa, smashing their transfer record.
Despite Steve Bruce’s calls to improve the team, Newcastle only made one acquisition – Joe Willock from Arsenal for £25m.
Big-spending transfer windows are a tremendous risk for clubs with fewer incomes and the danger of relegation from the Premier League hanging over their heads.
Fulham learned the hard way, and after spending £100 million, they were relegated to the Championship in 2018-19.
Managers are under more pressure than ever to find inexpensive additions to their squads, and nothing shouts “deal” like a free transfer, especially when it can be done outside of the window.
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Tottenham’s decision to part ways with Serge Aurier four years after signing him for £23 million was a complete shock.
The Ivorian had made a number of high-profile errors throughout his Spurs tenure, but he was still a capable team member with 110 matches to his name.
With a year left on his contract and Aurier refusing to extend it beyond 2022, it was determined that it would be in both parties’ best interests to rip up the remaining ten months of his contract.
It allows the 28-year-old to choose his new club and earn a big salary in the process because there is no transfer fee.
There would undoubtedly be a lot of top-flight clubs interested in signing Aurier, with Newcastle being the most probable candidate to make an approach due to their defensive shortage.
However, following the unfortunate death of his brother last year, it is unclear whether the right-back will remain in England or return to France to be closer to his family.
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