England Premier League Week 1 tickets, fixtures, results

Chelsea v Sunderland - Premier League

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Reigning EPL Champions Chelsea manager Antonio Conte celebrates victory with Premier League trophy in 2017

Chelsea v Watford - Premier League

Reigning EPL Champions Chelsea manager Antonio Conte celebrates victory with his side in 2017

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Results

Reigning Premier League champions Chelsea were defeated by Burnley 3-2 in their first match of the 2017-18 season on Saturday in one of many shocking results on the opening weekend.

Huddersfield Town soundly defeated Crystal Palace 3-0 in south London. Watford earned a late draw with Liverpool. Manchester City defeated Brighton & Hove Albion.

Friday

Arsenal 4-3 Leicester

Saturday

Watford 3-3 Liverpool

Chelsea 2-3 Burnley

Crystal Palace 0-3 Huddersfield Town

Everton 1-0 Stoke City

Southampton 0-0 Swansea City

West Bromwich Albion 1-0 Bournemouth

Brighton & Hove Albion 0-2 Manchester City

Sunday

Newcastle United 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur 

Manchester United 4-0 West Ham United

Manchester United v West Ham United - Premier League

English Premier League Standings

After Week 1, going into Week 2, Manchester United, Huddersfield Town, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Burnley, Everton, West Bromwich each have three points apiece after winning their EPL MatchWeek 1 fixtures.

1

Manchester United

1

+4

3

2

Huddersfield Town

1

+3

3

3

Manchester City

1

+2

3

4

Tottenham Hotspur

1

+2

3

5

Arsenal

1

+1

3

6

Burnley

1

+1

3

7

Everton

1

+1

3

8

West Bromwich

1

+1

3

9

Liverpool

1

0

1

10

Watford

1

0

1

11

Southampton

1

0

1

12

Swansea City

1

0

1

13

Leicester City

1

-1

0

14

Chelsea

1

-1

0

15

AFC Bournemouth

1

-1

0

16

Stoke City

1

-1

0

17

Brighton & Albion

1

-2

0

18

Newcastle United

1

-2

0

19

Crystal Palace

1

-3

0

20

West Ham United

1

-4

0

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Last minute EPL football tickets for good seats are still available for this weekend’s season opening clashes to watch your favorite England Premier League club start their 2017-18 campaign.

The Premier League returns on Friday, with Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal taking on Leicester City in the 2017-18 season opener. Popular Chelsea will begin their reign and battle to retain the title after winning the 2016-17 EPL title in manager Antonio Conte's first season as manager. The England Premier League champions welcome Burnley in their opening fixture at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, with the Blues planning to get off to a perfect start. New boys Brighton & Hove Albion host Manchester City in their first game in the top flight, and Manchester United open up against West Ham United at Old Trafford on Sunday. Liverpool travel to Watford for their first encounter of the season, and neighbors Everton will battle Stoke City.

Here is the opening England Premier League matches schedule with links to buy tickets for fixtures for the top of the table clubs:               

Friday, Aug. 11

7:45 p.m. 2:45 p.m. ET Arsenal v Leicester City tickets

Saturday, Aug. 12

12:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m. ET Watford v Liverpool tickets

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET Chelsea v Burnley tickets

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET Everton v Stoke City tickets

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET Southampton v Swansea City

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET West Bromwich Albion v Bournemouth

5:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. ET Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester City tickets

Sunday, Aug. 13

1:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m ET Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur tickets

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Superstar photos: Wayne Rooney from Man United to Everton

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31-year-old Wayne Rooney scored 253 goals in 559 appearances and won 12 major trophies before returning to his boyhood club Everton during the summer transfer window in 2017.

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Wayne Rooney completes his move to his boyhood club Everton during the summer transfer window in 2017. 

Everton announced that Rooney will wear No 10 at Goodison Park, with the shirt's former occupant Romelu Lukaku having joined United in a world record £90million deal. Rooney spoke of his excitement at the move saying: 'Winning trophies with Everton would be the pinnacle. I really feel now the club is moving in the right direction, bringing the right calibre of players in. I want to be part of it and hopefully part of a successful Everton team. It's a great feeling to be back. I'm excited, I cannot wait to meet the lads, get on the training pitch and then get on the pitch to play. I'm ecstatic – I just cannot wait to get back playing.”

'I'm excited, and I'm excited by the signings that the Club have made. This club is moving forward. This football club should be winning trophies and we're taking huge steps to being involved and trying to win trophies.” 

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - AUGUST 12: Wayne Rooney of Everton in action during the Premier League match between Everton and Stoke City at Goodison Park on August 12, 2017 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Chris Brunskill Ltd/Getty Images)

Wayne Rooney opened the scoring for Everton with the winning goal in his debut return home match at Goodison Park

WAYNE ROONEY

Wayne Rooney left giant England Premier League club Manchester United for his boyhood club Everton as one of the most decorated and successful players in the club's stunning history, with 16 trophies to his name. That amazing trophy tally began way back in February 2006, when the superstar striker scored twice in a 4-0 win over Wigan Athletic to claim the League Cup at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.  To finish his glittering Manchester United career, in May 2017, Rooney lifted his 16th piece of silverware - the UEFA Europa League trophy - following a 2-0 win over Ajax in Stockholm – the victory qualified the Reds for a spot in the 2017-18 Champions League. See Wayne Rooney photos of some of Rooney's career highlights below:

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Wayne Rooney scores for Everton after returning to his boyhood club Everton during the summer transfer window in 2017.

Thirty-one-year-old Wayne Rooney marked his return to Everton with a stunning strike in their pre-season friendly against Gor Mahia FC as Wazza officially completed his return to Goodison Park on Sunday after ending his 13-year stint with Manchester United. The former United captain was key to Everton’s victory in the match as he opened the scoring with a superb long-range effort in the 35th minute. Everton kicked off their pre-season campaign with a game against Kenya’s reigning Premier League champions.

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Wazza @WayneRooney – “It has been an honour to play alongside you & I wish you all the best for the future my friend ” tweeted former teammate Marouane Fellani.

WAYNE ROONEY'S HONORS AT MANCHESTER UNITED 

As a superstar football player and team captain, Wayne Rooney was a key to Manchester United’s success since the moment he signed with the Reds as a “prodigiously talented, explosive teenager” some 13 seasons ago to amaze his teammates and fans in his storybook debut hat-trick against Fenerbahce, the spectacular overhead kick against Man City and the countless match-winning performances.

  • Premier League: 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13
  • FA Cup: 2015–16
  • Football League Cup: 2005–06, 2009–10, 2016–17
  • FA Community Shield: 2007, 2010, 2011, 2016
  • UEFA Champions League: 2007–08
  • UEFA Europa League: 2016–17
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2008

Wayne Rooney won his first trophy, the 2006 League Cup, after scoring twice in the final.

Wayne Rooney won his first England Premier League title at the end of the 2006-07 season.

Wayne Rooney won the Community Shield and lifted the trophy after a penalty shootout victory against Chelsea in August 2008.

Wayne Rooney won the Premier League title after an away win at Wigan Athletic in May 2008.

Wayne Rooney lifts Champions League trophy!

Wayne Rooney lifts FIFA Club World Cup trophy in December 2008.

Wayne Rooney and Manchester United won a third consecutive Premier League title in 2008-09!

Wayne Rooney scored the winner against Aston Villa in the 2010 League Cup final. 

Reds captain Wayne Rooney lifts the EFL Cup after Manchester United beat Southampton at Wembley in February 2017.

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Rooney with his three children - his favorite "trophies"

Manchester United win 2017 UEFA Europa League Final 

Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney wore the captain's arm band during the Reds’ UEFA Europa League Final victory between Ajax and Manchester United at Friends Arena on May 24, 2017, in Stockholm, Sweden as Roo claimed his last trophy in his Man United career.

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Rooney celebrates and poses with the Europa League trophy after Man United beat Ajax in Stockholm.

Ajax v Manchester United - UEFA Europa League Final

Rooney celebrates and poses with the Europa League trophy after Man United beat Ajax in Stockholm.

Rooney celebrates and poses with the Europa League trophy after Man United beat Ajax in Stockholm.

Everton v MFK Ruzomberok - UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round: First LegEverton v MFK Ruzomberok - UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round: First Leg

Wayne Rooney of Everton in action during the UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round, First Leg match between Everton and MFK Ruzomberok at Goodison Park on July 27, 2017 in Liverpool, England.

Rooney said his first game back will be an emotional day and that he was looking forward to it. 

'I'm not just coming back because it's the team I support, the team I grew up playing for - I'm coming back because I feel the club can move forward and be successful,' he said. 'I want to be part of it. There will be pressure on me to perform, but I'm ready to go. I believe I can help move this club forward and be more successful on the pitch. With the new stadium in the pipeline, it's an exciting time to be an Everton player, to be an Everton fan.It's on us players to make those times even more exciting by giving them good performances and try to help them be successful and bring trophies to the club.' 

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Rooney’s new boss, Everton manager Ronald Koeman said: 'Wayne has shown me that ambition that we need and that winning mentality – he knows how to win titles and I'm really happy he's decided to come home. He loves Everton and he was desperate to come back. He is still only 31 and I don't have any doubts about his qualities. It's fantastic he's here.' 

 

Reportedly Rooney has agreed to a salary reduction of around 50 per cent as part of the deal taking him back to Everton. United have agreed to pay a portion of their departing captain's wages, which amount to upwards of £300,000 a week, to facilitate the transfer. 

United manager Jose Mourinho paid tribute to the Reds' club legend.

Mourinho said, 'It is no secret that I have long been an admirer of Wayne; he has been a model professional throughout his time at the club and will remain in the history books for many years to come,” said Mourinho. 'It is never easy to see a great player playing less football than he would like and I could not stand in his way when he asked to go back to Everton. His experience, focus and determination will be missed and I wish him well for the future.'

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Champions League holders Real Madrid claimed a 2-1 victory in another UEFA Super Cup win for Los Blanco on Tuesday in Skopje, Macedonia thanks to goals from Casemiro and Isco, with Romelu Lukaku netting a consolation goal for Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho blames Manchester United defeat on Cristiano Ronaldo's seven-minute cameo

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo made a 7-minute cameo appearance on Tuesday in Los Blanco's 2017 UEFA Super Cup victory. Portuguese superstar forward Ronaldo won three fouls during his seven minutes (plus stoppage time) on the pitch, more than any other Manchester United player suffered in the entire 90 minutes.Ronaldo had only taken part in two training sessions prior to Tuesday night’s match, having been granted an extended holiday by Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane following the Confederations Cup.

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The 2017-18 European football season officially kicks off for Manchester United and Real Madrid on Tuesday night with the UEFA Super Cup tie in Macedonia. 

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored in each half for Real Madrid in Cardiff.

Cristiano Ronald will feature for Real Madrid in UEFA Super Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo attained an astonishing 600th career goal for club and country in the Champions League final in June 2017, and goes into the 2017-18 season having scored an amazing record 406 goals for Real Madrid in addition to the 118 goals he scored for Manchester United, the side he left in 2009 for a then-world-record fee of £80 million after six years of competing for the Red Devils at Old Trafford. In total, Ronaldo, 32, has scored 604 goals for club and country, including a record 105 goals in the Champions League.

Fans should note that Ronaldo is on the Real Madrid squad list to face his former club Manchester United on Tuesday. Ronaldo could face off against one of his former clubs Manchester United for the seventh time when Real Madrid clash with Man United in the UEFA Super Cup in Skopje, Macedonia on Tuesday. Superstar Ronaldo was included in Real Madrid's traveling squad on Monday and is likely to make his first appearance for the team after an extended summer vacation break following the Confederations Cup in June. Portugal international Ronaldo remains unbeaten against all his former clubs, last faced Manchester United in 2013, when he scored in both legs of a UEFA Champions League round-of-16 tie. Ronaldo's 30th-minute header was the match equalizer in a 1-1 draw in the first leg. Ronaldo sent Madrid into the quarter-finals with a stunning goal in the 69th minute of a 2-1 victory at his former ground Old Trafford.

Real Madrid will make their 6th appearance in the Super Cup, hoping to win the Super Cup for the fourth time and become the first club to win it in consecutive years since AC Milan in 1989 and 1990. Real Madrid have won 4 of their 10 clashes against Man United, having drawn four others, and have not lost the first match of any season since 2008. Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will make their 4th appearance in the Super Cup, hoping to win it for the first time since 1991. The runners-up in 2008, United will battle to be the first English Premier League club to win the Super Cup since Liverpool defeated CSKA Moscow in 2005. The only wins by Man United against Real Madrid were in the second leg of the Champions League quarterfinals in 2003, which they lost on aggregate, and their win in the first leg of the European Cup semifinals in 1968.

Former United star Cristiano Ronaldo has yet to play a pre-season match for Real Madrid because he was afforded an extended summer break, having represented Portugal at the Confederations Cup as recently as 2 July. After rumors that he will not feature in Macedonia, reportedly he actually trained hard in a bid to be drafted back into the squad in time to face his old club and former manager.

There is plenty of suspense surrounding Jose Mourinho’s starting XI for Manchester United’s clash against Real Madrid. Mourinho has some tough decisions to make following his side’s successful pre-season tour of the United States and Europe. United looked in form, impressive, sharp and fit throughout their summer warm-up matches. 

Eric Bailly will be out due to suspension after UEFA extended his initial one game match ban to three, following the red card he received against Anderlecht at Old Trafford back in April. Phil Jones is out due to UEFA punishment announced earlier this week. Juan Mata and Ander Herrera picked up injuries during Tour 2017, but both Spain internationals are available. Sergio Romero and Jesse Lingard did not travel to Dublin for last Wednesday's 2-1 win by the Red Devils over Sampdoria at the Aviva Stadium. Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo and Ashley Young are all in rehab and will miss out. 

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho during the International Champions Cup match between Manchester United and Sampdoria at Aviva Stadium on August 2, 2017 in Dublin, Ireland.

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Jose Mourinho, Manager of Manchester United following victory in the UEFA Europa League Final between Ajax and Manchester United at Friends Arena on May 24, 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Nemanja Matic signs for Manchester United

Nemanja Matic signed on with Manchester United from Chelsea on a three-year contract

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We are in the final month of the European summer transfer window and there is still plenty of action as the elite clubs are completing big-money deals. Here are some noteworthy deals to keep an eye on in the upcoming days.

Diego Costa to AC Milan from Chelsea

After being top goal-scorer and a key player for Chelsea in their Premier League title victory last season, Costa has been informed that he does not figure in Chelsea manager Antonio Conte’s plans for the upcoming campaign. A return to former club Atletico Madrid was thought to be on the cards for the Brazil-born Spain international, but AC Milan won out over Los Colchoneros, who are unable to register new players until January due to an ongoing transfer ban. Italian San Siro giants are pursuing Costa as part of their summer update.

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Mario Pasalic agrees on new Chelsea deal

Mario Pasalic has agreed to a new contract with Chelsea and will go on a fourth loan away from the Blues this season. The Croatian spent last season with AC Milan and had previous spells with Elche and Monaco. Spartak Moscow will land the 22-year-old.

Nemanja Matic to Manchester United from Chelsea

Serbian International midfielder Nemanja Matic signed on with Manchester United from Chelsea on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee. Matic who signed a three-year contract with the option of a further year, is the Red Devils’ third summer signing after Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku.

"This is a very exciting time for the club and I am looking forward to playing my part in creating more history for this great club," said Matic who won two Premier League titles in his second spell at Chelsea, having previously left the Blues for Portuguese side Benfica. Matic may make his England Premier League debut for Manchester United when they host West Ham United on Sunday 13 August. 

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Ivan Perisic – Manchester United from Inter Milan

In an ongoing saga, Manchester United are locked in negotiations to sign Croatian wideman Ivan Perisic from Inter Milan. The Serie A titan club are reportedly insisting that the 28-year-old Perisic will only be allowed to move to United if an offer of £49 million is received. And Inter are now also demanding a season-long loan of Anthony Martial be included in the deal to boot. The Red Devils appeared to cool their interest in Perisic, but Man United manager Mourinho is open to sanctioning a loan for Martial if needed in order to land the former Borussia Dortmund winger.

Marouane Fellaini to Galatasaray from Manchester United

Reports in Turkey claim that midfielder Marouane Fellaini has agreed to personal terms on a move to Galatasaray, who will soon begin negotiations with Manchester United for the Belgium player’s purchase. Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho denied rumors by saying Galatasaray have more chance of signing him than Fellaini, and the ex-Everton man is “too important” to be sold. Fellaini has less than a year remaining on his contract at Old Trafford and may consider playing regular football ahead of next summer’s World Cup. 

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Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona from Liverpool

With the cash flow expected from Neymar’s upcoming transfer, titan Spanish La Liga club Barcelona is looking for squad reinforcements, and Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho is on top of their list for a move to Camp Nou. The Brazilian has been linked with a Barca switch for more than a year but his countryman’s exit is set to accelerate Barca’s efforts to sign the 25-year-old. Liverpool are said to be extremely reluctant to part ways with their top goal scorer, but Coutinho is “almost certain” to be calling the Camp Nou his home by the end of the summer transfer window.

Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool from Southampton

Liverpool almost signed Virgil van Dijk earlier this summer after agreeing to terms on a move for the Dutch defender. But Southampton reported Jurgen Klopp’s side to the FA over an illegal approach for the player. After Liverpool issued a statement proclaiming the end of their pursuit of the former Celtic centre-back, reportedly the Merseysiders will move for van Dijk if Southampton indicate a willingness to negotiate his sale. The £60 million-rated defender for the Saints will be the target of showdown talks with manager Mauricio Pellegrino soon.

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Riyad Mahrez to Roma from Leicester City

Earlier in the transfer window, Riyad Mahrez was linked with a move to Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal, but Serie A side Roma now appear to lead the race for Leicester City winger Mahrez who gave one of the outstanding performances in the Foxes’ amazing 2015-16 Premier League title win and was a key player in helping Leicester to earn a spot in the Champions League, Mahrez was unable to duplicate the form that caused him to be voted Players’ Player of the Year in 2016. Roma are on the lookout for a replacement for Mohamed Salah who left the club for Liverpool earlier this summer. Reportedly the Romans are ready to meet Leicester’s £31.8 million asking price for Mahrez who may undergo a medical this week ahead of clinching a switch to Serie A.

Kieran Gibbs to Watford from Arsenal

Watford targeted Arsenal’s left-back Kieran Gibbs. The 10-cap England defender is no longer needed in north London after the arrival of Sead Kolasinac on a free deal from Schalke and is available for about £10 million. Gibbs would have to take a pay-cut if he moves to Vicarage Road.

Alexis Sanchez to Manchester City from Arsenal

 

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Jadon Sancho to Arsenal from Manchester City

Youngster Jadon Sancho is linked with a move away from Arsenal and the Etihad, despite a £30,000-per-week contract offer on the table with Arsene Wenger for the teenager. The 17-year-old Sancho is wanted by RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund but Arsenal are favorites to land the 17-year-old. City believe the youngster is headed for the Gunners, and apparently, Sancho has stopped attending training sessions.

Watford close to Richarlison deal

Watford are close to finalising a £11.2 million deal with Fluminense for exciting 20-year-old winger Richarlison. And the Hornets may have beaten Dutch giants Ajax to land the coveted Brazilian. New Watford head coach Marco Silva identified pace and width as key areas to strengthen Watford’s squad ahead of their Premier League opener against Liverpool on August 12. After selling Dutch winger Steven Berghuis to Feyenoord for £5.6m, Silva wants to invest in Richarlison, who has been winning in Rio de Janeiro. Brazilian sources claim Fluminense president Pedro Abad has given a head’s up to let Richarlison leave for Vicarage Road. Silva is also looking for a left-back, with Watford targeting Arsenal left-back Kieran Gibbs, although he is stalling over the Gunners’ £14m asking price for the England defender.

Fernando Llorente to Chelsea from Swansea

Chelsea target Fernando Llorente is nearing a return to fitness at Swansea. The Blues made a move for Llorente in January and are again being linked with a move for the striker.

“Fernando’s rehabilitating individually - he has not joined the team training yet,” said Swan's manager Clement. “But assuming all goes well, we anticipate that happening in the next 10 days. I think it is unlikely he will be involved in the first couple of games, but his return will not be long after that. The most important thing is that we get the arm right. You don’t want him to re-fracture it and then end up with Fernando needing surgery because a six-week injury can then become a six-month injury.”

This list of the 2017 summer Premier League transfers is up to date and correct as of Monday, 31 July.

AFC Bournemouth 

In 
Asmir Begovic (Chelsea) Undisclosed 
Jermain Defoe (Sunderland) Free 
Nathan Ake (Chelsea) Undisclosed 
Connor Mahoney (Blackburn Rovers) Undisclosed 

Out
Mark Travers (Weymouth) Loan 
Ryan Allsop (Blackpool) Loan 
Jordan Lee (Torquay United) Loan 
Lewis Grabban (Sunderland) Loan 

Arsenal 

In
Sead Kolasinac (Schalke) Free 
Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon) Undisclosed 

Out
Takuma Asano (Stuttgart) Loan 
Chris Willock (Benfica) Free 
Kaylen Hinds (Wolfsburg) Undisclosed 
Marc Bola (Bristol Rovers) Loan 
Dan Crowley (Willem ll) Undisclosed 
Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus) Undisclosed 

Brighton & Hove Albion

In
Pascal Gross (Ingolstadt) Undisclosed 
Josh Kerr (Celtic) Undisclosed 
Mathew Ryan (Valencia) Undisclosed 
Markus Suttner (Ingolstadt) Undisclosed 
Mathias Normann (FK Bodo/Glimt) Undisclosed 
Izzy Brown (Chelsea) Loan 

Out
Elvis Manu (Genclerbirligi SK) Free 
Jordan Maguire-Drew (Lincoln City) Loan 
Christian Walton (Wigan) Loan 
Rob Hunt (Oldham Athletic) Undisclosed 
Oliver Norwood (Fulham) Loan 

Burnley 

In
Charlie Taylor (Leeds United) Undisclosed 
Jonathan Walters (Stoke City) Undisclosed 
Jack Cork (Swansea) Undisclosed 
Phil Bardsley (Stoke City) Undisclosed 

Out
Michael Kightly (released) 
Joey Barton (released) 
George Green (released) 
R J Pingling (released) 
Christian Hill (released) 
Taofiq Olmowewe (released) 
Jon Flanagan (Liverpool) End of loan 
Josh Ginnelly (Lincoln City) Loan 
Michael Keane (Everton) Rising to £30m 
Ntumba Massanka (Wrexham) Loan 
Bradley Jackson (Southport) Loan 
Rouwen Hennings (Fortuna Dusseldorf) Free 
Paul Robinson (retired) 
Connor King (Barnoldswick Town) Loan 
Tendayi Darikwa (Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed 
Chris Long (Northampton Town) Loan 
Alex Whitmore (Bury) Loan 

Chelsea 

In
Willy Caballero Free 
Antonio Rudiger (Roma) Undisclosed 
Tiemoue Bakayoko (Monaco) Undisclosed 
Alvaro Morata (Real Madrid) Undisclosed 

Out
Juan Cuadrado (Juventus) Undisclosed 
Christian Atsu (Newcastle United) Undisclosed 
Asmir Begovic (AFC Bournemouth) Undisclosed 
Dominic Solanke (Liverpool) Free 
Alex Kiwomya (Doncaster Rovers) Undisclosed 
Bertrand Traore (Olympique Lyonnais) Undisclosed 
Fankaty Dabo (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan 
Nathan Ake (AFC Bournemouth) Undisclosed 
Tammy Abraham (Swansea City) Loan 
Kasey Palmer (Huddersfield) Loan 
Todd Kane (Groningen) Loan 
Charlie Colkett (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan 
Ola Aina (Hull City) Loan 
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Crystal Palace) Loan 
Nathaniel Chalobah (Watford) Undisclosed 
Marco van Ginkel (PSV Eindhoven) Loan 
Ike Ugbo (Barnsley) Loan 
Mukhtar Ali (Vitesse) Undisclosed 
Kurt Zouma (Stoke City) Loan 
Mason Mount (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan 
Izzy Brown (Brighton) Loan 
Tomas Kalas (Fulham) Loan 
Michael Hector (Hull City) Loan 
Jamal Blackman (Sheffield United) Loan 
Matt Miazga (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan 
Nemanja Matic (Manchester United) Undisclosed 

Crystal Palace 

In
Manager: Frank de Boer 
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea) Loan 
Jairo Riedewald (Ajax) Undisclosed 

Out
Steve Mandanda (Marseille) Undisclosed 

Everton 

In
Jordan Pickford (Sunderland) £25m 
Davy Klaassen (Ajax) €27m 
Nathangelo Markelo (FC Volendam) Undisclosed 
Henry Onyekuru (Eupen) Undisclosed 
Sandro Ramirez (Malaga) Undisclosed 
Michael Keane (Burnley) Rising to £30m 
Boris Mathis (Metz) Free 
Anton Donkor (Wolfsburg) Loan 
Josh Bowler (QPR) Undisclosed 
Wayne Rooney (Man Utd) Undisclosed 
Cuco Martina (Southampton) Free 
Lewis Gibson (Newcastle United) Undisclosed 

Out 
Tom Cleverley (Watford) Undisclosed 
Russell Griffiths (Motherwell) Free 
Conor McAleny (Fleetwood Town) Free 
Henry Onyekuru (Anderlecht) Loan 
Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona) Undisclosed 
Brendan Galloway (Sunderland) Loan 
Tyias Browning (Sunderland) Loan 
Romelu Lukaku (Man Utd) Undisclosed 
Aiden McGeady (Sunderland) Undisclosed 
Courtney Duffus (Oldham Athletic) Undisclosed 
Matthew Pennington (Leeds United) Loan 
Joe Williams (Barnsley) Loan 

Huddersfield Town 

In
Laurent Depoitre (FC Porto) Undisclosed 
Aaron Mooy (Man City) £8m 
Jonas Lossl (Mainz) Loan 
Tom Ince (Derby County) Undisclosed 
Kasey Palmer (Chelsea) Loan 

Danny Williams (Reading) Free 
Steve Mounie (Montpellier) Undisclosed 
Scott Malone (Fulham) Undisclosed 
Mathias Jorgensen (FC Copenhagen) Undisclosed 

Out
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis (Portsmouth) Loan 
Jordy Hiwula (Fleetwood Town) Loan 
Fraser Horsfall (Gateshead) Loan 
Rekeil Pyke (Port Vale) Loan 
Jack Payne (Oxford United) Loan 

Leicester City 

In 
Sam Hughes (Chester) Undisclosed 
Harry Maguire (Hull City) Undisclosed 
Vicente Iborra (Sevilla) Undisclosed 
Eldin Jakupovic (Hull City) Undisclosed 

Out
Ron-Robert Zieler (Stuttgart) Undisclosed 
Bartosz Kapustka (Freiburg) Loan 

Liverpool 

In
Mohamed Salah (Roma) Undisclosed 
Dominic Solanke (Chelsea) Free 
Andrew Robertson (Hull City) Undisclosed 

Out
Andre Wisdom (Derby County) Undisclosed 
Ryan Fulton (Hamilton Academical) Undisclosed 
Lucas Leiva (Lazio) Undisclosed 
Kevin Stewart (Hull City) Undisclosed 
Pedro Chirivella (Willem II) Loan 
Connor Randall (Hearts) Loan 

Manchester City 

In 
Bernardo Silva (AS Monaco) Undisclosed 
Ederson (Benfica) Undisclosed 
Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur) Undisclosed 
Douglas Luiz (Vasco De Gama) Undisclosed 
Danilo (Real Madrid) Undisclosed 
Benjamin Mendy (AS Monaco) Undisclosed 

Out 
Pablo Zabaleta (West Ham) Free 
Gael Clichy (released) 
Jesus Navas (released) 
Willy Caballero (released) 
Bacary Sagna (released)  Enes Unal (Villarreal) Undisclosed
Angus Gunn (Norwich City) Loan 
Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield Town) £8m 
Bersant Celina (Ipswich Town) Loan
Angelino (NAC Breda) Loan
Ruben Sobrino (Alaves) Undisclosed 
Joe Coveney (Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed
Bruno Zuculini (Hellas Verona) Undisclosed
Olivier Ntcham (Celtic) Undisclosed
Nolito (Sevilla) Undisclosed 
Joe Hart (West Ham United) Loan
Aleksandar Kolarov (Roma) Undisclosed 

Manchester United

In 
Victor Lindelof (Benfica) Undisclosed 
Romelu Lukaku (Everton) Undisclosed 
Nemanja Matic (Chelsea) Undisclosed 

Out
Josh Harrop (Preston North End) Free 
Regan Poole (Northampton) Loan 
Wayne Rooney (Everton) Undisclosed 
Dean Henderson (Shrewsbury) Loan 
Adnan Januzaj (Real Sociedad) Undisclosed 
Sam Johnstone (Aston Villa) Loan 
Devonte Redmond (Scunthorpe United) Loan 

Newcastle United 

In 
Christian Atsu (Chelsea) Undisclosed 
Florian Lejeune (SD Eibar) Undisclosed 
Stefan O'Connor (Arsenal) Free 
Josef Yarney (Everton) Free 
Jacob Murphy (Norwich City) Undisclosed 
Javier Manquillo (Atletico Madrid) Undisclosed 
Mikel Merino (Borussia Dortmund) Loan 

Out 
Florian Thauvin (Marseille) Undisclosed 
Kevin Mbabu (BSC Young Boys) Undisclosed 

Matz Sels (Anderlecht) Loan 
Haris Vuckic (FC Twente) Undisclosed 
Lubomir Satka (DAC 1904) Free 
Vurnon Anita (Leeds United) Free 
Alex Gilliead (Bradford City) Loan 
Tom Heardman (Bury) Loan 
Adam Armstrong (Bolton) Loan 
Yoan Gouffran (Goztepe Spor Kulubu) Free 
Sean Longstaff (Blackpool) Loan 
Daryl Murphy (Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed 
Lewis Gibson (Everton) Undisclosed

Southampton 

In
Manager: Mauricio Pellegrino 
Jan Bednarek (Lech Poznan) 

Out 
Manager: Claude Puel 
Cuco Martina (released) 
Lloyd Isgrove (released) 
Harley Willard (released) 
Martin Caceres (released) 
Jason McCarthy (Barnsley) Undisclosed 
Jay Rodriguez (West Brom) Undisclosed 
Harrison Reed (Norwich) Loan 
Harry Lewis (Dundee United) Loan 
Ryan Seager (MK Dons) Loan 

Stoke City

In 
Darren Fletcher (West Brom) Free 
Josh Tymon (Hull City) Undisclosed 
Tre Pemberton (Blackburn Rovers) Undisclosed 
Kurt Zouma (Chelsea) Loan 

Out 
Daniel Bachmann (released) 
Shay Given (released) 
Liam Edwards (released) 
Harry Isted (released) 
Joel Taylor (released) 
George Waring (released) 
Jonathan Walters (Burnley) Undisclosed 
Glenn Whelan (Aston Villa) £1.25m 

Marko Arnautovic (West Ham) Undisclosed 
Phil Bardsley (Burnley) £750,000 

Swansea City

In
Erwin Mulder (Heerenveen) Free 
Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) Loan 
Roque Mesa (Las Palmas) £11m 
Marc Walsh (Finn Harps) 
Cian Harries (Coventry City) Undisclosed 

Out 
Gerhard Tremmel (released) 
Marvin Emnes (released) 
Liam Shephard (released) 
Josh Vickers (released) 
Owain Jones (released) 
Tom Dyson (released) 
Tom Holland (released) 
Alex Samuel (Stevenage) Undisclosed 
Franck Tabanou (released)

Bafetimbi Gomis (Galatasaray) Undisclosed 
Daniel James (Shrewsbury Town) Loan 
Borja Baston (Malaga) Loan 
Jordi Amat (Real Betis) Loan 
Jack Cork (Burnley) Undisclosed 
Connor Roberts (Middlesbrough) Loan 

Tottenham Hotspur

Out
Connor Ogilvie (Gillingham) Loan 
Luke McGee (Portsmouth) Undisclosed 
Kyle Walker (Manchester City) Undisclosed 
Federico Fazio (Roma) Undisclosed 
Clinton Njie (Marseille) Undisclosed 
Tom Glover (Central Coast Mariners) Loan 

Watford 

In 
Head coach: Marco Silva 
Tom Cleverley (Everton) Undisclosed 
Will Hughes (Derby County) Undisclosed 
Daniel Bachmann (Stoke) Free 
Kiko Femenia (Alaves) Free 
Nathaniel Chalobah (Chelsea) Undisclosed 

Out 
Dennon Lewis (Crawley Town) Loan Details
Mario Suarez (Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng) Undisclosed Details
Obbi Oulare (Royal Antwerp) Loan Details

West Bromwich Albion

In
Jay Rodriguez (Southampton) Undisclosed 
Yuning Zhang (Vitesse Arnhem) Undisclosed 
Ben Pierce 
Ahmed Hegazi (Al Ahly) Loan 

Out 
Darren Fletcher (Stoke City) Free 
Sebastien Pocognoli (Standard Liege) Free
Yuning Zhang (Werder Bremen) Loan 

West Ham United 

In 
Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City) Free 
Joe Hart (Manchester City) Loan 
Marko Arnautovic (Stoke) Undisclosed 
Javier Hernandez (Bayer Leverkusen) £16m 

Out 

Jonathan Calleri (Deportivo Maldonado) End of loan 
Gokhan Tore (Besiktas) End of loan 
Alvaro Arbeloa (released) 
Sam Howes (released) 
Sam Ford (released) 
Kyle Knoyle (released) 
Sam Westley (released) 
Havard Nordtveit (Hoffenheim) Undisclosed 
Reece Oxford (Borussia Monchengladbach) Loan 
Raphael Spiegel (released) 
Stephen Hendrie (released) 
Enner Valencia (Tigres UANL) Undisclosed 
George Dobson (Sparta Rotterdam) Undisclosed 
Darren Randolph (Middlesbrough) £5m 
Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough) £6.5m