Arsenal: three newcomers and Gabriel Jesus in mind.
In contrast to MU, Arsenal reacted strongly in the transfer market to their failure to qualify for the Champions League and return to European competitions. In June, the Gunners first negotiated the transfer of 19-year-old Sao Paulo winger Marquinhos, then signed Porto’s attacking midfielder Fabio Vieira for €35 million, and today closed the deal to acquire US national team goalkeeper Matthew Turner from New England Revolution.
Despite such activity, Arsenal’s main summer transfers are still ahead of them: an Argentine defender and a Brazilian striker are expected to arrive in London. From Holland, it is reported that Arsenal is bargaining with Ajax for Lisandro Martinez. An agreement has not yet been reached, but the clubs may compromise in further negotiations. Meanwhile, reliable sources confirm that a deal has been reached between Arsenal and Man City on the transfer of Gabriel Jesus for £45 million.
Chelsea made an offer to Man City for Raheem Sterling.
Petr Cech, technical director and sports consultant at Chelsea, has left the club. Minus the legend plus zero newcomers – so far, not the brightest balance of new owners. The Blues appears in various transfer stories but have not yet brought any business to an end, although they are on the hunt for a star rookie right now.
Chelsea is trying to get Raheem Sterling out of Manchester City. The Citizens are open to discussion but have not yet received an offer that would fully suit them. However, there could be a long game of staring because Raheem’s contract with City expires next summer, and his desire to leave forces the club to act.
Thomas Tuchel has already discussed soccer matters with Sterling but first must “talk” money. Manchester City wants 50 million pounds for their player, and Chelsea intends to bring down the price. Sterling is a real prospect, but there are other choices, such as Risharlison and Ousmane Dembele, whose contract with Barcelona expires this week.
Liverpool is making plans for next year.
Reds have everything planned. Liverpool let Sadio Mane go to Bayern this summer and signed Darwin Nunez as a center-forward. The Merseysiders also completed two growth transfers, with 19-year-old Fabio Carvalho and 18-year-old Calvin Ramsey costing more than €10 million. Red’s primary transfer targets are gone, but there are grand plans for the future.
Liverpool should be ready for the possible departure of Mohamed Salah, and the club already has a short list of candidates for the Egyptian’s replacement. And Jurgen Klopp also wants to sign Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund in 2023. Guardiola also admires the young Englishman, but Man City takes Kalvin Phillips and creates killer competition in midfield, while Klopp wants to lure Jude with the promise of a place in the starting lineup. However, Liverpool has a dangerous competitor from another country: Real Madrid has included Bellingham in their transfer plans for 2023.
In conclusion, the English Premier League transfer news is heating up as Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool are all in the market for new players. Be sure to check back for more updates as the summer transfer window comes to a close. Let’s see who comes out on top this season!