THE transfer window in England, Scotland and Wales will close on 31 August.
SunSport has complied a handy guide to what every club has being doing this summer – players coming in and out.
We’ll update this page as the summer progresses to make sure you never miss a single deal.
Click on the club name for all the latest news, gossip and analysis on your team.
Arsene Wenger, has spent almost £90million with Granit Xhaka, Shkodran Mustafi, Lucas Perez and Rob Holding joining – not bad for a skinflint.
In: Granit Xhaka (Borussia Monchengladbach, £30m) Takuma Asano (Sanfrecce Hiroshima, undisclosed), Rob Holding (Bolton, £2.5m), Lucas Perez (Deportivo La Coruna, £16.9m), Shkodran Mustafi (Valencia, £35m)
Out: Mikel Arteta (released), Tomas Rosicky (released), Mathieu Flamini (released), Jon Toral (Granada, Loan), Isaac Hayden (Newcastle, undisclosed), Dan Crowley (Oxford Utd, loan), Wellington Silva (Fluminese, undisclosed), Wojciech Szczesny (Roma, loan) Joel Campbell (Sporting Lisbon, loan), Jack Wilshere (Bournemouth, loan), Serge Gnabry ( Werder Bremen, undisclosed)
A brilliant debut season in the top flight saw Eddie Howe’s Cherries avoid relegation with time to spare – and this summer has been full of changes as he looks to add more quality to his young squad.
In: Lewis Cook (Leeds, undisclosed), Jordon Ibe (Liverpool, £15m), Brad Smith, (Liverpool, £6m), Emerson Hyndman (Fulham, free), Nathan Ake (Chelsea, loan), Lys Mousset (Le Harve, undisclosed), Mikael Ndjoli (Millwall, undisclosed), Mark Travers (Millwall, signed), Marc Wilson (Bournemouth £2m), Jack Wilshere (Arsenal, loan)
Out: Matt Ritchie (Newcastle, undisclosed), Lee Tomlin (Bristol City, undisclosed), Sylvain Distin (released), Jayden Stockley (Aberdeen, free), Tommy Elphick (Aston Villa, undisclosed), Glenn Murray (Brighton, loan) Stephane Zubar (released), Josh Carmichael (released), Josh Wakefield (released), Mason Walsh (released), Jon Muleba (released), Joe Quigly (Gillingham, loan), Harry Cornick (Leyton Orient, loan) Shaun Macdonald (Wigan Athletic, undisclosed),
It’s not yet known how much manager Sean Dyche will look to change a squad that won the Championship last season. But captain Joey Barton is already gone and a replacement is needed.
In: Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Charlton, undisclosed), Nick Pope (Charlton, undisclosed), Jimmy Dunne (Manchester United, free), Jamie Thomas (Bolton, free) Robbie Leitch (Motherwell, free), Jon Flanagan (Liverpool, loan), Steven Defour (Anderlecht, £7.5m), Patrick Bamford (Chelsea, loan), Jeff Hendrick (Derby County, £10.5m)
Out: Joey Barton (Rangers, free), Matt Gilks (Rangers, free), Matt Taylor (released), Cameron Howdieson (released), Steven Reid (released), Ross Wallace (released), Luke Conlan (Morecambe, free), Michael Duff (retired), Lloyd Dyer (Burton Albion, free), Luke Hendrie (Kilmarnock, loan), Daniel Agyei (Coventry, loan), David Jones (Sheffield Wednesday, undisclosed), George Green (Kilmarnock, loan),
Lots has been speculated about incoming manager Antonio Conte’s plans and now he is starting to make his changes, with N’Golo Kante and Michy Batshuayi the new star faces.
Out: Radamel Falcao (released), Alexandre Pato (released), Marco Amelia (released), Tika Kafusha Musonda (released), Kevin Wright (released), Lewis Baker (Vitesse Arnhem, loan), Nathan Ake (Bournemouth, loan), Jeremie Boga (Granada, loan), Tomas Kalas (Fulham, loan), Kasey Palmer (Huddersfield, loan), Stipe Perica (Udinese, £3.2m), John Swift (Reading, free), Reece Mitchell (Chesterfield, free), Mohamed Salah (Roma, £12.7m), Papy Djilobodji (Sunderland, £8m), Izzy Brown (Rotherham, loan), Michael Hector ( Eintracht Frankfurt, loan), Bertrand Traore (Ajax, loan), Tammy Abraham (Bristol City, loan), Baba Rahman (Schalke 04, loan), Marko Marin (Olympiacos, 2.5m), Mario Pasalic (AC Milan, loan), Loic Remy (Crystal Palace, loan), Juan Cuadrado (Juventus, loan)
After a brilliant start to the season Crystal Palace badly fell off in the second half. Alan Pardew will hope the club’s new record signing Christian Benteke will prove to be worth the outlay with his side desperate for goals.
Out: Dwight Gayle (Newcastle, £10m),David Gregory (Cambridge, free), Emmanuel Adebayor (released), Reise Allassani (released), Andreas Breimyr (released), Marouane Chamakh (released), Connor Drymond (released), Spencer Forte (released), Matthew George (released), David Gregory (released), Brede Hangeland (released), William Hoare (released), Christopher Kettings (released), Adrian Marriapa (released), Patrick McCarthy (released), Oliver Plain (released), Christian Scales (released), Jake Gray (Luton, free), Alex McCarthy (Southampton, undisclosed), Yannick Bolasie (Everton, £25m), Mile Jedinak (Aston Villa, undisclosed)
The club have got top price for John Stones and now need to re-invest that money wisely. It is sure to be a huge summer at Goodison Park, where new manager Ronald Koeman will be look to make his mark.
In: Bassala Sambou (Coventry, compensation), Chris Renshaw (Oldham, undisclosed), Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham, undisclosed), Idrissa Gana Gueye (Aston Villa, £7m), Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Place, £25m), Ashley Williams (Swansea City,£12m)
Out: John Stones (Manchester City, £47.5m) James Graham (released), Anthony Hibbert (released), Leon Osman (released), Steven Pienaar (released), Felipe Rhode (released), Jindrich Stanek (released), Jordan Thorliney (released), Felipe Mattioni (released), Tim Howard (released), Conor Grant (Ipswich Town, loan), Brendan Galloway (West Brom, Loan), Luke Garbutt (Wigan, loan), Shani Tarashaj (Eintracht Frankfurt, loan)
Hull City have had a brilliant start to the season but haven’t even confirmed if Mike Phelan will be their permanent manager, yet alone made any major signings. Star striker Abel Hernandez is a £14m target for a long list of clubs.
In: Will Mannion (AFC Wimbledon (tribunal), Jonathon Edwards (Peterborough, free), Ryan Mason (Tottenham, £13m), Will Keane (Manchester United, undisclosed)
Out: Sone Aluko (released), Ryan Taylor (released), Max Clark (Cambridge, loan), Ben Clappison (York, free), Mo Diame (Newcastle, £4.3m)
Claudio Ranieri has quickly brought in a couple of players and looks set to keep Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy. Two stars from Sporting Lisbon are on the agenda now for the champions.
In: Ron-Robert Zieler (Hannover 96, £6m), Luis Hernandez (Sporting Gijon, free), Raul Uche Rubio (Rayo Vallecano, undisclosed), Nampalys Mendy (Nice, £13m), Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow, undisclosed), Bartosz Kaputska (KS Cracovia, £7.5m)
Out: N’Golo Kante (Chelsea, £30m) Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim, undisclosed), Jack Barmby (released), Kyle Bailey (released), Jacob Blyth (released), Dean Hammond (released), Aaron Hassal (released), Michael Kelly (released), Keenan King (released), Paul Koncheskey (released), Jonathan Maddison (released), Harrison Panaytiotou (released), Mark Schwarzer (released), Max Smith-Varnam (released), Ryan Watson (released), Hamza Choudhury (Burton Albion, loan), Michael Cain (Blackpool, loan), Liam Moore (Reading, £900k) Gokhan Inler (Besiktas, undisclosed) Islam Slimani (Sporting Lisbon, £30m),
The Reds have been linked with numerous targets, mostly German, with Jurgen Klopp believed to want more wingers to play in his up-tempo system. Getting Mario Balotelli out of the club remains a major challenge.
In: Joel Matip (Schalke, free), Loris Karius (FSV Mainz 05, £4.7m), Sadio Mane (Southampton, £34m), Ragnar Klavan (Augsburg, £4.2m), Alex Manninger (Augsburg, free), Georginio Wijnaldum (Newcastle, £25m)
Out: Jerome Sinclair (Watford, £4m), Jordon Ibe (Bournemouth, £15m), Martin Skrtel (Fenerbahce, £5m), Sergi Canos (Norwich, undisclosed), Brad Smith (Bournemouth, £6m), Tom Brewitt (released), Kolo Toure (released), Daniel Cleary (released), William Marsh (released), Ryan McLaughlin (released), Alex O’Hanlon, Kristof Polgar (released), Jose Enrique (released), Samed Yesil (released), Jordan Rossiter (Rangers, £250,000), Joao Teixeira (Porto, £250,000), Danny Ward (Huddersfield, loan), Lawrence Vigouroux (Swindon, £400,000), Joe Allen (Stoke, £13.5m), Jon Flanagan (Burnley, loan), Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace, £27m)
New manager Pep Guardiola has wasted no time ruffling feathers at the Etihad. Joe Hart has got the boot with Claudio Bravo coming in to replace him. The squad looks more than capable of winning the title already.
In: Ilkay Gundogan (Borussia Dortmund, £22.5m), Nolito (Celta Vigo, undisclosed), Oleksandr Zinchenko (FC Ulfa, undisclosed), Aaron Mooy (Melbourne City, free), Leroy Sane (Schalke, £37.5m), John Stones (Everton, £47.5m), Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras, undisclosed) Marlos Moreno (Atletico Nacional, undisclosed), Claudio Bravo (Barcelona, £14.5m)
Out: Martin Demichelis (released), Seko Fofana (Udinese, undisclosed), Charlie Albinson (released), Nathaniel Oseni (released), Sam Tattum (released), Richard Wright (released), Florian Lejeune (Eibar, £1.2m), Jack Byrne (Blackburn, loan), Luke Brattan (Melbourne City, loan), Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield, loan), Anthony Caceres (Melbourne City, loan) Joe Hart (Torino, loan), Wilfried Bony (Stoke, loan) Samir Nasri (Sevilla, loan)
Jose Mourinho has wasted no time making his mark with four big-money signings – none bigger than a world record deal for Paul Pogba. More could follow, but only if the United boss sells first.
Out: Paddy McNair, Donald Love (both Sunderland £5.5m), Tyler Reid (Swansea, undisclosed), Ashley Fletcher (West Ham, undisclosed), Joe Rothwell (Oxford, undisclosed), George Dorrington (released), Nicholas Powell (released), Victor Valdes (released), Oliver Rathbone (released), Nick Powell (Wigan, free), Oliver Rathbone (Rochdale), Guillermo Varela (Eintracht Frankfurt, loan), Cameron Borthwick-Jackson (Wolves, loan), Adnan Januzaj (Sunderland, Loan)
Aitor Karanka has made several astute signings and has made a positive start to the massive challenge of staying up. More goals would help as their defence looks typically stoic.
In: Viktor Fischer (Ajax, £3.75m), Bernardo Espinosa (Sporting Gijon, £1.88m), Marten De Roon (Atalanta, undisclosed), Jordhan McGhee (Hearts, loan), Victor Valdes (Manchester United, free), Antonio Barragan (Valencia, undisclosed), Alvaro Negredo (Valencia, loan), Gaston Ramirez (Southampton, free), Brad Guzan (Aston Villa, free), Fabio da Silva (Cardiff, £2m), Calum Chambers (Arsenal, loan), Adama Traore (Aston Villa, undisclosed)
Out: Jonathan Woodgate (released), Damia Abella (released), Rhys Williams (Perth Glory, free), Andre Bennett (released), Luke Coddington (released), Jordan Jones (released), Jonathon Burn (Kilmarnock, loan), Conor Ripley (Oldham, loan), Harry Chapman (Sheffield United, Loan), Albert Adomah (Aston Villa, undisclosed)
Claude Puel smashed the club’s transfer record with the deal for Sofiane Boufal. But the club still looks light of quality with the exit of Sadio Mane and Victor Wanyama.
Out: Sadio Mane (Liverpool, £34m), Juanmi (Real Sociedad, undisclosed), Victor Wanyama (Tottenham, £12.5m), Graziano Pelle (Shandong Luneng, £13m), Gaston Ramirez (released), Kelvin Davis (retired), William Britt (released), Joe Lea (Yeovil, free), Jason McCarthy (Walsall, loan), Paulo Gazzaniga (Rayo Vallecano, Loan), Sam Gallagher (Blackburn Rovers, Loan), Jordan Turnbull (Coventry City, Undisclosed), Bevis Mugabi (Yeovil Town, Undisclosed)
Potters chief Tony Scholes says Mark Hughes will have big money to spend this summer for the right player, with Saido Berahino a top target as the club chase a consistent goal scorer.
Out: Peter Odemwingie (released), Steve Sidwell (Brighton, free), Benjamin Barber (released), Edward Dryden (released), Bobby Moseley (released), Ryan O’Reilley (released), Petros Skapetis (released), Mason Watkins-Clark (released), Mark Waddington (Kilmarknock, loan)
Wingers, strikers and creative players are of desperate need for David Moyes, whose team was over-reliant on top goal scorer Jermain Defoe last season.
In: Papy Djilobodji (Chelsea, £8m), Paddy McNair and Donald Love (both Manchester United, £5.5m), Steven Pienaar (free), Adnan Januzaj (Manchester United, Loan), Javier Manquillo (Atletico Madrid, Loan)
Out: Emanuele Giaccherini (Napoli, undisclosed), Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday, free), Wes Brown (released), Danny Graham (Blackburn, free), Steve Harper (released), Liam Agnew (released), Mikael Mandron (released), Martin Smith (released), Santiago Vergini (Boca Juniors, £770,000), Adam Matthews (Bristol City, loan), Will Buckley (Sheffield Wednesday, loan), Jordi Gomez (Wigan, undisclosed), Younes Kaboul (Watford, £3.5m), Valentin Roberge (Apollon-Limassol, Free)
After Francesco Guidolin surprisingly has his contract extended at the Liberty Stadium, the Swans will be looking to add another striker – possibly Wilfried Bony – and other attacking options.
In: Leroy Fer (Queens Park Rangers, undisclosed), Mike van der Hoorn (Ajax, undisclosed), Tyler Reid (Manchester United, undisclosed), George Byers (Watford, free), Mark Birighitti (Newcastle Jets, free), Fernando Llorente (Sevilla, undisclosed), Borja Baston (Atletico Madrid, £15.5m)
Out: Eder (Lille, £3.4m), Matthew Grimes (Leeds, loan), Kyle Bartley (Leeds, loan), Alberto Paloschi (Atalanta, undisclosed), Liam Shephard (Yeovil, loan), Ryan Hedges (Yeovil, loan), Daniel Alfei (released), Kyle Copp (released), James Demetriou (released), Stephen Fallon (released), Alexander Gogic (released), Raheem Hanley (released), Henry Jones (released), Lee Lucas (released), Gareth Owen (released), Bafetimbi Gomis (Marseille, loan), Andre Ayew (West Ham, £20.5m), Josh Sheehan (Newport County, Loan)
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino completed two major deals early on and the injury to Hugo Lloris cancelled out any chance of him leaving.Nacer Chadli has been moved on but Spurs’ impressive academy means a replacement will probably come from within.
Out: Filip Lesniak (Slovan Liberec, loan), Joel Ekstrand (released), Emmanuel Sonupe (released), Christopher Paul (QPR, free), Grant Ward (Ipswich, undisclosed), Fazio (Roma, loan, £3.4m), Alex Pritchard (Norwich, £4.3m), Dominic Ball (Rotherham United, undisclosed), DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United, £5m), Nabil Bentaleb (Schalke 04, Loan), Will Miller (Burton Albion, Loan), Nacer Chadli (Tottenham, £13m) Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Marsielle, undisclosed)
New manager Walter Mazzarri will have his squad largely moulded by the club’s owners who like to do plenty of moving and shaking. The already impressive frontline has been boosted by the arrival of Stefano Okaka.
In: Jerome Sinclair (Liverpool, £4m), Christian Kabasele (Genk, undisclosed), Isaac Success (Granada, undisclosed), Juan Camilo Zuniga (Napoli, loan), Brice Dja Djedje (Marseille, free), Roberto Pereyra (Juventus, £13m), Daryl Janmaat (Newcastle, £7m), Younes Kaboul (Sunderland, £3.5m),
Stefano Okaka (Anderlecht, undisclosed)
Out: Gabriele Angella (Udinese, signed), Jose Manuel Jurado (Espanyol, undisclosed), George Byers (released), Josh Doherty (released), Lars Ekstrand (released), Karl Ikpeazu (released), Jorell Johnson (released), Mahlando Martin (released), Bernard Mensah Jr (released), Luke Simpson (released), Alfie Young (released), Miguel Layun (Porto, undisclosed), Mario Suarez (Valencia, loan), Almen Abdi (Sheffield Wednesday, undisclosed), Daniel Pudil (Sheffield Wednesday, undisclosed), Steven Berghuis (Feyenoord, Loan), Matej Vydra (Derby County, £8m), Tommie Hoban (Blackburn, loan)
Tony Pulis’ side were seriously lacking creativity and goals last season, scoring more goals than only three other teams, so the club-record fee splurged on Nacer Chadli looks wise business. And Brendan Galloway and Matt Phillips have settled in straight away. Saido Berahino still needs to go and that money will be invested instantly in fresh talent.
In: Matt Phillips (Queens Park Rangers,undisclosed), Brendan Galloway (Everton, Loan), Nacer Chadli (Tottenham, £13m)
Out: Victor Anichebe (released), Samir Nabir (released), Stephane Sessegnon (released), Anders Lindegaard (Preston, free), Callam Jones (Accrington, loan), Josh Ezewele (Yeovil, free), Anders Lindegaard (released), James Chester (Aston Villa, £6m)
With West Ham moving to the Olympic Park, co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan are keen to make a marquee signing. After failing with several big money bids, they have turned to Andre Ayew of Swansea and got Simone Zaza on loan from Juventus.
In: Toni Martinez (Valencia, £2.25m), Havard Nordtveit (Borussia Monchengladbach, free), Sofiane Feghouli (Valencia, free), Domingos Quina (Chelsea, free), Gokhan Tore (Besiktas, loan), Ashley Fletcher (Manchester United, undisclosed), Manuel Lanzini (Al Jazira Club, £8.7m), Andre Ayew (Swansea, £20.5m), Arthur Masuaku (Olympiacos, £6m), Jonthan Calleri (Deportivo Maldonado, loan), Edimilson Fernandes (FC Sion, £5.5m), Simone Zaza (Juventus, loan)
Out: Stephen Hendrie (Blackburn, loan), Elliot Lee (released), Jordan Brown (released), Leo Chambers (released), Nathan Mavila (released), Amos Nasha (released), James Tomkins (Crystal Palace, £10m), George Dobson (Walsall, loan), Kyle Knoyle (Wigan, loan), Joey O’Brien (released), Martin Samuelsen (Blackburn Rovers, Loan)
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