Everton, Man City, and Chelsea transactions you may have missed thus far in the Premier League.
This summer, the Premier League has seen a flurry of transactions.
The summer transfer window will close at 11 p.m. tonight, with clubs scrambling to complete last-minute deals. All summer, the transfers have been coming thick and fast.
Manchester City’s acquisition of Jack Grealish set a British transfer record, while Chelsea’s recapture of Romelu Lukaku set a club record.
Meanwhile, after spending a fortune on Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, Manchester United is prepared to welcome Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club.
Fans will be excused for missing the less-publicized acquisitions, with Arsenal and Tottenham also blowing the cash.
In addition, Express Sport looks at some of the other moves that have occurred this summer.
Scott Carson joined Manchester City on loan from Derby County in 2019, and the deal was extended for another season.
In May, the goalkeeper made his City debut in a 4-3 win over Newcastle United. After his contract at Debry expired this summer, he signed a permanent agreement with the Citizens.
Aaron Lennon returned to Burnley last week after leaving the club in September 2020 to join Turkish club Kayserispor owing to contract issues caused by the coronavirus.
In the Carabao Cup, the 34-year-old made his second appearance for the club, as they overcame Newcastle United in a penalty shoot-out.
This summer, Axel Tuanzebe re-signed with Manchester United before joining Aston Villa on a season-long loan.
The 23-year-old has previously spent time on loan at Villa Park, where he helped the club achieve promotion from the Championship in 2019. On Saturday, the centre-back played the entire 90 minutes as Villa drew with Brentford.
Following the conclusion of his contract with Fulham, Marcus Bettinelli joined Chelsea.
Edouard Mendy and Kepa Arrizabalaga will be backed up by the goalie, who made 120 appearances during his spell at Craven Cottage.
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Andy Lonergan was another goalkeeper on the move this summer. The 37-year-old has practically made a living as a backup goalkeeper.
Lonergan most recently played for West Bromwich Albion, although he also spent a season at Liverpool and is one of a small number of players who have represented both Merseyside clubs.
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