We have entered the pre-season training time with less than a month from the start of the new 2022/2020 Premier league to start on August the 10th. With rumors on every corner, we will take a good look at the ins and outs of the Big Six as well as the possible transfers connected to them.
Chelsea faces the transfer ban for two transfer windows, the current one and the next in January 2022. They have sold their talisman and one of the Premier League best players in the last three to four years in the departure of Eden Hazard to Real Madrid for £89.0mil along with the expected sale of Alvaro Morata (£58.3m) to Atletico Madrid will fill the budget. They have used the option of making the loan of Real Madrid Mateo Kovacic a permanent one in a deal worth £45mil and will really on their current squad with the youth of Cristian Pulisic signed in January from BVB to help the new manager and club legend Frank Lampard reach their goals.
Arsenal may be in for a tricky transfer window. With limited transfer budget to work with Unai Emery has targeted to replace the departures of Aaron Ramsey to Juventus, and Danny Welbeck (end of contract) with fresh players. The club has problems in the weak backline which now faces a challenge in captain Laurent Koscielny refusing to join the squad on their pre-season tour in the US trying to force a transfer back to France. Follow the latest updates on the transfer window as well as scores on www.accumulator-tips.co.uk.
Manchester City will have to replace their long-serving captain from the back-line Vincent Kompany, who has opted to take a chance as a player-coach in Anderlecht. They have made a significant investment in securing the arrival of rising Spanish star Rodrigo Hernández Cascante – Rodri (68,2mil) from Atletico Madrid, doubt to be the new Busquets. They are said to be interested in Juventus right back Joao Cancelo to make more options between the full backs.
Man Utd is now lead by clubs golden boy and legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer permanently. They have brought in Daniel James for £15.0m from Swansea, and Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka for £50.0m. The goal is to bring back British players in the focus of Man Utd transfers adding to their previous tradition. They still face many obstacles in the new contract for their goalkeeper David de Gea, the Pol Pogba situation to Madrid which is affecting the complete squad, and the exit of the stars like Antonio Valencia ( Undisclosed ), and Ander Herrera ( end of contract). Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has started a re-build of the team with much attention invested in resolving the Pogba situation to be able to move forward in the transfer window.
Liverpool, the ranging European Champions will probably have a quiet transfer window and will add only if a suitable player that is available at the right price. The words of manager Jurgen Klopp that this won’t be their biggest transfer window, confirm our statement above. They have brought in one player for the future the 17-year-old central back Sepp van den Berg from PEC Zwolle in a £1,3mil deal. The rumors of returning Philippe Coutinho are fresh but we will have to see if there is any truth in this story after Barca sign Antoine Griezmann.
Tottenham is the team which is making “wows” in the current transfer market in the Premier League. Known for their carefully planned and modest budget, their chairman Daniel Levy broke the bank when they signed young France supreme midfield star Tanguy Ndombele for £53.8m plus add-ons. They have also signed a young winger from Leeds Jack Clarke and send him back on loan with them for another year in the Championship for the 19-year old star of the future. They remain interested in adding to their squad with the names like Dani Ceballos, Ryan Sessegnon, and Giovani Lo Celso targeted. They expect the departure of Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose, and Cristian Eriksen to finance the planned transfers.