Welcome to our preview of the 2022/23 Premier League season in England, where we will run down all the key moves, Free agents and transfers that have taken place over the summer.

In addition, we will give you the latest odds on the team to win the Premier League with bet365 Sport (as of 27th July 2022) and where we predict each team will finish in the table at the end of the season and why.

There’s a huge amount to get through with this and as always, the odds on selections can and will change in the run up to the start of the season, so do remember to check out bet365 Sport for the latest odds on any of the bets you may fancy taking a punt on here.

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Premier League Team Previews 2022/23

AFC Bournemouth

  • Manager – Scott Parker
  • League Position Last Season – 2nd in the Championship
  • Ground – Vitality Stadium
  • Capacity – 11,379
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Dominic Solanke – 29 goals

AFC Bournemouth – Players Out

  • Gary Cahill – Released
  • Gavin Kilkenny – to Stoke City (Free)
  • Sam Sherring – to Northampton Town (Undisclosed)
  • Robbie Brady – to Preston North End (Free)
  • Zeno Ibsen Rossi – to Cambridge United (Undisclosed)

AFC Bournemouth – Players In

  • Joe Rothwell – from Blackburn Rovers (Free)
  • Ryan Fredericks – from West Ham (Free)

AFC Bournemouth – Current Squad

Goalkeepers – Mark Travers, Will Dennis

Defenders – Lloyd Kelly, Chris Mepham, Adam Smith, Jack Stacey, James Hill, Jordan Zemura, Ryan Fredericks

Midfielders – Lewis Cook, David Brooks, Jefferson Lerma, Ryan Christie, Emiliano Marcondes, Junior Stanislas, Ben Pearson, Philip Billing, Joe Rothwell

Attackers – Dominic Solanke, Jamal Lowe, Kieffer Moore, Jaidon Anthony, Siriki Dembele, Christian Saydee

Pre-Season View

Scott Parker led Bournemouth back to the Premier League after just one season in the Championship, but without significant reinforcements, this looks like being another very tough season for the South Coast club and one that could end in a relegation dogfight.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 2000/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 19th

Arsenal

  • Manager – Mikel Arteta
  • League Position Last Season – 5th
  • Ground – The Emirates Stadium
  • Capacity – 60,260
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Bukayo Saka – 11 goals

Arsenal – Players Out

  • Alexandre Lacazette – to Lyon (Free)
  • Dinos Mavropanos – to VfB Stuttgart (£2.9m)
  • Tyreece John-Jules – to Ipswich Town (Loan)
  • Harry Clarke – to Stoke City (Loan)
  • Zak Swanson – to Portsmouth (Undisclosed)
  • Matteo Guendouzi – to Marseille (£10m)
  • Daniel Ballard – to Sunderland (Undisclosed)
  • Auston Trusty – to Birmingham City (Loan)
  • Omari Hutchison – to Chelsea (Free)
  • Jordan Osei-Tutu – to VfL Bochum (Undisclosed)
  • Luigi Gaspar – to Watford (Free)
  • Remy Mitchell – to Swansea City (Free)
  • Mika Biereth – to RKC Waalwijk (Loan)
  • Ovie Ejeheri – to Chelmsford City (Loan)
  • Alex Kirk – to Ayr United (Loan)
  • Nikolaj Moller – to FC Den Bosch (Loan)
  • Jonathan Dinzeyi – Free Agency
  • Joel Lopez – Free Agency
  • Jordan McEneff – Free Agency

Arsenal – Players In

  • Marquinhos – from Sao Paulo (Undisclosed)
  • Fabio Vieira – from FC Porto (£34.2m)
  • Matt Turner – from New England Revolution (Undisclosed)
  • Gabriel Jesus – from Manchester City (£45m)
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko – from Manchester City (£32m)

Arsenal Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Bernd Leno, Runar Alex Runarsson, Matt Turner, Aaron Ramsdale, Arthur Okonkwo
  • Defenders – Hector Bellerin, Kieran Tierney, Ben White, Gabriel, Rob Holding, Cedric Soares, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Nuno Tavares, Pablo Mari, Oleksandr Zinchenko, William Saliba
  • Midfielders – Thomas Partey, Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard, Emile Smith Rowe, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Fabio Vieira, Albert Lokonga, Mohamed Elneny, Granit Xhaka, Lucas Torreira, Charlie Patino
  • Attackers – Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, Eddie Nketiah, Nicolas Pepe, Reiss Nelson, Folarin Balogun, Marquinhos

Pre-Season View

Mikel Arteta has made several good signings to add to his Arsenal squad and they now look well set to make a challenge for the top four for the first time in many years. The Gunners may look to ship out some squad men in the next few weeks (Bellerin, Pepe, Torreira amongst those that may leave).

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 66/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 5th

Aston Villa

  • Manager – Steven Gerrard
  • League Position Last Season – 14th
  • Ground – Villa Park
  • Capacity – 42,095
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Ollie Watkins – 11 goals

Aston Villa – Players Out

  • Matt Targett – to Newcastle (£15m)
  • Conor Hourihane – to Derby County (Free)
  • Trezeguet – to Trabzonspor (Undisclosed)
  • Finn Azaz – to Plymouth Argyle (Loan)
  • Vinjami Sinsalo – to Burton Albion (Loan)
  • Louie Barry – to MK Dons (Loan)
  • Kahrel Reddin – to Stoke City (Loan)
  • Indiana Vassilev – to Inter Miami (Loan)
  • Paul Appiah – to Leicester City (Free)
  • Lovre Kalinic – to Hajduk Split (Free)
  • Finley Thorndike – to Birmingham City (Free)
  • Tristan Abldeen-Goodridge – Free Agency
  • Mungo Bridge – Free Agency
  • Akos Onodi – Free Agency
  • Dominic Revan – Free Agency
  • Wesley – to Internacional (Loan)

Aston Villa – Players In

  • Philippe Coutinho – from Barcelona (£17m)
  • Boubacar Camara – from Marseille (Free)
  • Diego Carlos – from Sevilla (£38m)
  • Robin Olsen – from AS Roma (£3m)
  • Rory Wilson – from Rangers (Free)
  • Ludwig Augustinsson – from Sevilla (Loan)

Aston Villa Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Emiliano Martinez, Jed Steer, Robin Olsen
  • Defenders – Matty Cash, Diego Carlos, Ezri Konsa, Tyrone Mings, Calum Chambers, Ashley Young, Frederic Guilbert, Lucas Digne, Kaine Hayden, Kortney Hause, Ludwing Augustinsson
  • Midfielders – Douglas Luiz, John McGinn, Morgan Sanson, Emi Buendia, Marvelous Nakamba, Philippe Coutinho, Jaden Philogene-Bidace, Carney Chukwuemeka, Jacob Ramsey, Tim Iroegbunam, Boubacar Kamara
  • Attackers -Ollie Watkins, Bertrand Traore, Danny Ings, Anwar El Ghazi, Leon Bailey, Cameron Archer, Keinan Davis

Pre-Season View

There’s real evidence of progress with Aston Villa with the recent signings they have made under Steven Gerrard. This isn’t a team quite ready for the challenge of the top six, but they may well finish comfortably in the top half this season if they can hit the ground running.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 250/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 7th

Brentford

  • Manager – Thomas Frank
  • League Position Last Season – 13th
  • Ground – Brentford Community Stadium
  • Capacity – 17.250
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Ivan Toney – 12 goals

Brentford – Players Out

  • Ben Hockenhull – to Tranmere Rovers (Free)
  • Christian Eriksen – to Manchester United (Free)
  • Paris Maghoma – to AFC Wimbledon (Loan)
  • Mads Bidstrup – to Nordsjaelland (Loan)
  • Dom Jeffries – to Gillingham (Free)
  • Gustav Morgensen – to Sarpsborg 08 (Free)
  • Jakko Oksanen – to KuPS (Free)
  • Lewis Gordon – Free Agency
  • Max Heygarth – Free Agency
  • Julian Janvier – Free Agency
  • Hans Mpongo – Free Agency
  • Jude Russell – Free Agency
  • Roy Syla – Free Agency
  • Zanka – Free Agency
  • Lachlan Brook – to Crewe Alexandra (Loan)

Brentford – Players In

  • Aaron Hickey – from Bologna (£17m)
  • Keane Lewis-Potter – from Hull City (£20m)
  • Thomas Strakosha – from Lazio (Free)
  • Yehor Yarmoliuk – from SC Dnipro-1 (Undisclosed)
  • Kyreece Lisbie – from Watford (Free)
  • Max Dickov – from Stockport Town (Free)
  • Max Wilcox – from Bolton (Undisclosed)
  • Ben Mee – from Burnley (Free)

Brentford Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – David Raya, Matthew Cox, Ellery Balcombe, Thomas Strakosha
  • Defenders – Dominic Thompson, Rico Henry, Charlie Goode, Ethan Pinnock, Pontus Jansson, Kristoffer Ajer, Mads Bech Sorensen, Mads Roerslev, Luka Racic, Fin Stevens< Aaron Hickey, Ben Mee
  • Midfielders – Christian Norgaard, Sergi Canos, Mathias Jensen, Josh DaSilva, Saman Ghoddos, Frank Onyeka, , Tariq Fosu, Myles Peart-Harris, Shandon Baptiste, Vitaly Janelt
  • Attackers – Keane Lewis-Potter, Halil Dervisoglu, Marcus Forss, Yoane Wissa, Joel Valencia, Ivan Toney, Bryan Mbuemo

Pre-Season View

Brentford were one of the surprise teams last season, staying in the division quite comfortably and I think Thomas Frank’s team will do likewise again this season. I can’t see them being top half, but I think they will do enough to avoid the drop and be relatively comfortable.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 750/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 15th

Brighton & Hove Albion

  • Manager – Graham Potter
  • League Position Last Season – 9th
  • Ground – The AMEX
  • Capacity – 30,750
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Neal Maupay – 9 goals

Brighton – Players Out

  • Yves Bissouma – to Tottenham (£35m)
  • Alex Cochrane – to Hearts of Midlothian (Free)
  • Carl Rushworth – to Lincoln City (Loan)
  • Haydon Roberts – to Derby County (Loan)
  • Leo Ostigard – to Napoli (Undisclosed)
  • Abdallah Dipo Sima – to Angers (Loan)
  • Jayson Molumby – to WBA (Undisclosed)
  • Ulrick Eneme-Ella – to Angers (Free)
  • Simon Andingra – to Royale Union Saint-Gilloise (Loan)
  • Fynn Talley – to Cliftonville (Loan)
  • Tudor Baluta – Free Agency
  • Lars Dendoncker – Free Agency
  • Adam Desbois – Free Agency
  • John Lucero – Free Agency
  • Jaami Qureshi – Free Agency
  • Ayo Tanimowo – Free Agency
  • Taylor Richards – to Q.P.R (Loan)

Brighton – Players In

  • Julio Enciso – from Libertad Asuncion (£9.5m)
  • Simon Adingra – from FC Nordsjaelland (Undisclosed)
  • Benicio Baker-Boaitey – from FC Porto (Undisclosed)

Brighton Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Robert Sanchez, Kjell Scherpen, Jason Steele, Tom McGill
  • Defenders – Tariq Lamptey, Marc Cucurella, Adam Webster, Lewis Dunk, Michal Karbownik, Solly March, Shane Duffy, Jan Paul van Hecke, Joel Veltman, Matt Clarke
  • Midfielders – Enock Mwepu, Pascal Gross, Adam Lallana, Jakub Moder, Steven Alzate, Moises Caicedo, Reda Khadra, Kacper Kozlowski, Kaoru Mitoma
  • Attackers – Alexis Mac Allister, Neal Maupay, Leandro Trossard, Danny Welbeck, Julio Enciso, Florin And one, Jeremy Sarmiento, Deniz Undav, Andi Zeqiri

Pre-Season View

Graham Potter steered Brighton to a brilliant top half finish last season and I can’t see them doing much worse this time around. One of the most enjoyable sides to watch in the Premier League and they will likely be comfortably in mid-table once again this season.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 250/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 10th

Chelsea

  • Manager – Thomas Tuchel
  • League Position Last Season – 3rd
  • Ground – Stamford Bridge
  • Capacity – 40,834
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None, runners up in the FA Cup & Carabao Cup
  • Leading Goalscorer – Mason Mount – 11 goals

Chelsea – Players Out

  • Antonio Rudiger – to Real Madrid (Free)
  • Andreas Christensen – to Barcelona (Free)
  • Danny Drinkwater – Released
  • Charly Musonda – Released
  • Romelu Lukaku – to Inter Milan (season-long Loan)
  • Sam McClelland – to Barrow FC (Loan)
  • Lucas Bergstrom – to Peterborough United (Loan)
  • Jake Clarke-Salter – to QPR (Free)
  • Nathan Baxter – to Hull City (Loan)
  • Jamie Cumming – to MK Dons (Loan)
  • Ian Maatsen – to Burnley (Loan)
  • Thierno Ballo – to Wolfsberger (Free)
  • Karlo Ziger – to Gorica (Free)
  • Prince Adegoke – to Welling United (Loan)
  • Ethan Wady – to Woking (Loan)
  • Henry Lawrence – to MK Dons (Loan)
  • Tino Anjorin – to Huddersfield Town (Loan)

Chelsea – Players In

  • Raheem Sterling – from Manchester City (£50m)
  • Kalidou Koulibaly – from Napoli (Undisclosed)
  • Omari Hutchison – from Arsenal (Free)
  • Eddie Beach – from Southampton (Undisclosed)

Chelsea Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Kepa Arrizabalaga, Marcus Bettinelli, Edouard Mendy
  • Defenders – Marcos Alonso, Thiago Silva, Trevor Chalobah, Ben Chilwell, Reece James, Cesar Azpilicueta, Malang Sarr, Ethan Ampadu, Emerson, Baba Rahman, Kalidou Koulibaly
  • Midfielders – Conor Gallagher, Billy Gilmour, Jorginho, N’Golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic, Christian Pulisic, Ruben Lofus-Cheek, Ross Barkley, Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Hakim Ziyech
  • Attackers – Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Michy Batshuayi, Armando Broja, Raheem Sterling

Pre-Season View

The post-Abramovich era at Chelsea has seen them make two big summer signings in the form of Sterling and Koulibaly and more names are being linked with the club, but I think they may struggle to keep pace with the top two and could find themselves in a battle with Spurs, Arsenal and Man Utd once again for a top four finish.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 16/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 4th

Crystal Palace

  • Manager – Patrick Vieira
  • League Position Last Season – 12th
  • Ground – Selhurst Park
  • Capacity – 25,486
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Wilfried Zaha – 14 goals

Crystal Palace – Players Out

  • Martin Kelly – Free Agency
  • Francis Hurl – to Huddersfield Town (Free)
  • Jaroslaw Jach – to Zagliebie Lubin (Free)
  • Luke Dreher – Free Agency
  • Rian Jamai – Free Agency
  • Kanye Jobson – Free Agency
  • Nya Kirby – Free Agency
  • Joseph Ling – Free Agency
  • Sean Robertson – Free Agency
  • Sion Spence – Free Agency
  • Aidan Steele – Free Agency
  • James Taylor – Free Agency
  • Dylan Thiselton – Free Agency

Crystal Palace – Players In

  • Malcolm Ebiowei – from Derby County (Undisclosed)
  • Sam Johnstone – Signed As A Free Agent
  • Cheick Doucoure – from Lens (Undisclosed)

Crystal Palace Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Jack Butland, Vincent Guaita, Remi Matthews, Sam Johnstone
  • Defenders – Joel Ward, Tyrick Mitchell, James Tomkins, Marc Guehi, Joachim Andersen, Nathanel Clyne, Nathan Ferguson, Tayo Adaramola
  • Midfielders – Luka Milovojevic, Michael Olise, Eberechi Eze, Will Hughes, Jeffrey Schlupp, James McArthur, Malcolm Ebiowei, Cheick Doucoure, Scott Banks, Jairo Riedewald, Jesurun Rak-Sakyi
  • Attackers – Jordan Ayew, Wilfried Zaha, Jean-Philippe Mateta, Christian Benteke, Odsonne Eduoard, Luke Plange

Pre-Season View

I thought Patrick Vieira made real strides with this Palace team last season and while I can’t see them gatecrashing the top ten, I do feel that progress will continue and they’ll end up in the group of teams chasing the top six but perhaps not quite bridging that gap.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 500/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 12th

Everton

  • Manager – Frank Lampard
  • League Position Last Season – 16th
  • Ground – Goodison Park
  • Capacity – 39,414
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Richarlison – 10 goals

Everton – Players Out

  • Jonjoe Kenny – to Hertha Berlin (Free)
  • Richarlison – to Tottenham Hotspur (£60m)
  • Ryan Astley – to Accrington Stanley (Loan)
  • Jarrad Branthwaite – to PSV Eindhoven (Loan)
  • Rhys Hughes – to Tranmere Rovers (Free)
  • Cenk Tosun – to Besiktas (Free)
  • Harry Tyrer – to Chester City (Loan)
  • Joao Virginia – to SC Cambuur (Loan)
  • Fabian Delph – Free Agency
  • Rafael Garcia – Free Agency
  • Lewis Gibson – Free Agency
  • Harry Hagan – Free Agency
  • Sebastian Kristensen – Free Agency
  • Andy Lonergan – Free Agency
  • Patrick Nash – Free Agency
  • Gylfi Sigurdsson – Free Agency
  • Jak Stewart – Free Agency

Everton – Players In

  • James Tarkowski – from Burnley (Free)

Everton Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Jordan Pickford, Asmir Begovic
  • Defenders –  James Tarkowski, Nathan Patterson, Mason Holgate, Michael Keane, Yerry Mina, Niels Nkounkou, Vitaliy Mykolenko, Ben Godfrey, Seamus Coleman
  • Midfielders – Allan, Anthony Gordon, Andros Townsend, Abdoulkaye Doucoure, Alex Iwobi, Andre Gomes, Jean-Philippe Gbamin, Tom Davies, Dele Alli
  • Attackers – Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Demarai Gray, Salomon Rondon, Ellis Simms

Pre-Season View

With rumours that players like Calvert-Lewin want to leave, and no really major signings this summer apart from Tarkowski, I can’t see Frank Lampard and Everton’s struggles ending this season. They won’t go down, but they may well be involved in the relegation battle later on than they would like.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 500/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 16th

Fulham

  • Manager – Marco Silva
  • League Position Last Season – 1st in the Championship
  • Ground – Craven Cottage
  • Capacity – 25,700
  • Trophies Won Last Season – Championship
  • Leading Goalscorer – Aleksandar Mitrovic – 43 goals

Fulham – Players Out

  • Fabio Carvalho – to Liverpool (£10m)
  • Cyrus Christie – Free Agency
  • Fabri – Free Agency
  • Alfie Mawson – Free Agency
  • Jean Michel Seri – to Hull City (Free)
  • Sonny Hilton – to Carlisle United (Loan)
  • Taye Ashby-Hammond – to Stevenage Borough (Loan)
  • Steven Sessegnon – to Charlton Athletic (Loan)
  • Kieron Bowie – to Northampton Town (Loan)
  • Andre-Frank Zambo Anguisa – to Napoli (Undisclosed)
  • Timmy Abraham – to Estoril Praia (Free)
  • Jacob Adams – Free Agency
  • Eric Ameyaw – Free Agency
  • Xavier Benjamin – Free Agency
  • Tyler Caton – Free Agency
  • Micheal Hector – Free Agency
  • Jerome Opoku – Free Agency
  • Jonathan Page – Free Agency
  • Julian Schwarzer – Free Agency
  • Jaylen Wildbore – Free Agency

Fulham – Players In

  • Joao Palhinha – from Sporting Lisbon (£17m)
  • Andreas Pereira – from Manchester United (£10m)
  • Callum McFarlane – from Bradfield College (Free)
  • Kristian Sekularac – from Juventus (Free)

Fulham Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Marek Rodak, Paulo Gazzaniga
  • Defenders – Kenny Tete, Terence Kongolo, Tim Ream, Tosin Adarabioyo, Joe Bryan, Antonee Robinson
  • Midfielders – Harrison Reed, Neeskens Kebano, Harry Wilson, Tom Cairney, Anthony Knockaert, Nathaniel Chalobah, Andreas Pereira, Josh Onomah, Joao Palhinha, Tyrese Francois
  • Attackers – Aleksandar Mitrovic, Bobby Decordova-Reid, Ivan Cavaleiro, Rodrigo Muniz

Pre-Season View

Marco Silva has kept faith with the squad that earned him promotion comfortably last season and with 43-goal striker Mitrovic leading the line, I think Fulham will surprise a few teams this season and finish comfortably up the table with some big names behind them.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 1000/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 13th

Leeds United

  • Manager – Jesse Marsch
  • League Position Last Season – 17th
  • Ground – Elland Road
  • Capacity – 37,792
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Raphinha – 11 goals

Leeds United – Players Out

  • Ryan Edmondson – to Carlisle United (Undisclosed)
  • Liam McCarron – to Stoke City (Undisclosed)
  • Kalvin Phillips – to Manchester City (£50m)
  • Charlie Cresswell – to Millwall (Loan)
  • Tyler Roberts – to Q.P.R (Loan)
  • Raphinha – to Barcelona (£55m)
  • Jamie Shackleton – to Millwall (Loan)
  • Josh Galloway – to Annan Athletic (Free)
  • Nohan Kenneh – to Hibernian (Free)
  • Lui Bradbury – Free Agency
  • Laurens De Bock – Free Agency
  • Alfie Hughes – Free Agency
  • Bobby Kamwa – Free Agency
  • Joe Littlewood – Free Agency
  • Mitch Picksley – Free Agency

Leeds United – Players In

  • Brenden Aaronson – from RB Salzburg (£24.7m)
  • Rasmus Kristensen – from RB Salzburg (£10m)
  • Marc Roca – from Bayern Munich (£10m)
  • Tyler Adams – from Red Bull Leipzig (£20m)
  • Luis Sinisterra – from Feyenoord (£25.4m)
  • Darko Gyabi – from Manchester City (£5m)
  • Sonny Perkins – from West Ham Utd (Free)

Leeds United Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Illan Meslier, Kristoffer Klaesson, Kiko Casilla
  • Defenders – Luke Ayling, Junior Firpo, Robin Koch, Liam Cooper, Diego Llorente, Stuart Dallas, Pascal Struijk, Leif Davis, Cody Drameh, Rasmus Kristensen
  • Midfielders – Adam Forshaw, Ian Poveda, Helder Costa, Jack Harrison, Lewis Bate, Leo Hjelde, Crysencio Summerville, Mateusz Klich, Brenden Aaronson, Tyler Adams, Darko Gyabi, Marc Roca
  • Attackers – Luis Sinisterra, Joe Gelhardt, Sam Greenwood, Rodrigo, Patrick Bamford, Daniel James

Pre-Season View

The loss of Raphinha to Barcelona will be a big loss to Leeds although Sinisterra should be a good signing as should the two USA internationals Aaronson and Adams. That said, I still feed Leeds may well be one of the teams embroiled in the relegation battle this season.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 500/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 17th

Leicester City

  • Manager – Brendan Rodgers
  • League Position Last Season – 8th
  • Ground – King Power Stadium
  • Capacity – 32,261
  • Trophies Won Last Season – Community Shield
  • Leading Goalscorer – Jamie Vardy – 15 goals

Leicester City – Players Out

  • Eldin Jakupovic – Free Agency
  • Tyrese Shade – to Swindon Town (Free)
  • Vontae Daley-Campbell – to Cardiff City (Free)
  • Jacob Wakeling – to Swindon Town (Free)
  • Will Russ – to Fleetwood (Free)
  • Callum Hulme – Free Agency

Leicester City – Players In

None

Leicester City Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Kasper Schmeichel, Danny Ward
  • Defenders – James Justin, Wesley Fofana, Caglar Soyuncu, Ryan Bertrand, Jonny Evans, Daniel Amartey, Ricardo Pereira, Jannik Vestergaard, Timothy Castagne, Luke Thomas
  • Midfielders – Harvey Barnes, Youri Tielemans, James Maddison, Marc Albrighton, Hamza Choudhury, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Nampalys Mendy, Wilfred Ndidi, Dennis Praet, Boubakary Soumare
  • Attackers – Patson Daka, Jamie Vardy, Kelechi Iheanacho, Ayoze Perez

Pre-Season View

There’s been no major changes at Leicester this past off-season and I worry about that. Teams need to freshen up, especially if they are going a little stale and I felt Leicester were last season. I think the Foxes may well have another disappointing campaign and the pressure will certainly be on manager Brendan Rodgers if that is the case.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 200/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 14th

Liverpool

  • Manager – Jurgen Klopp
  • League Position Last Season – 2nd
  • Ground – Anfield
  • Capacity – 53,394
  • Trophies Won Last Season – FA Cup, Carabao Cup, 2nd in Premier League & Champs League
  • Leading Goalscorer – Mo Salah – 23 goals

Liverpool – Players Out

  • Divock Origi – to AC Milan (Free)
  • Loris Karius – Free Agency
  • Sheyi Ojo – to Cardiff City (Free)
  • Sadio Mane – to Bayern Munich (£35m)
  • Takumi Minamino – to AS Monaco (£15.5m)
  • Adam Lewis – to Newport County (Loan)
  • Conor Bradley – to Bolton Wanderers (Loan)
  • Vitezslav Jaros – to Stockport County (Loan)
  • Ben Woodburn – to Preston North End (Free)
  • Billy Koumetio – to Austria Vienna (Loan)
  • Neco Williams – to Nottingham Forest (£17m)
  • Owen Beck – to Famalicao (Loan)
  • Tom Clayton – to Swindon Town (Loan)
  • Elijah Dixon-Bonner – Free Agency
  • Luis Longstaff – Free Agency
  • Sean Wilson – Free Agency
  • Marcelo Pitaluga – Macclesfield Town (Loan)
  • Anderson Arroyo – Alaves (Loan)
  • Ben Davies – to Rangers (£4m)
  • Rhys Williams – to Blackpool (Loan)

Liverpool – Players In

  • Fabio Carvalho – from Fulham (£10m)
  • Darwin Nunez – from Benfica (£64m)
  • Calvin Ramsey – from Aberdeen (£6.5m)

Liverpool Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Alisson Becker, Adrian, Caoimhin Kelleher
  • Defenders – Virgil van Dijk, Ibrahima Konate, Joe Gomez, Kostas Tsimikas, Calvin Ramsey, Andy Robertson, Joel Matip, Nat Phillips, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Sepp van der Berg
  • Midfielders – Thiago, Fabinho, James Milner, Naby Keita, Jordan Henderson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott
  • Attackers – Roberto Firmino, Mo Salah, Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez, Fabio Carvalho

Pre-Season View

Jurgen Klopp has broken up his famous attacking triumvirate with the sale of Sadio Mane, but with Mo Salah signed up long term and Darwin Nunez signed to replace Mane and offer the Reds a genuine big number 9 threat, I expect Liverpool to really push Manchester City hard for the Premier League title once again.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 2/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 2nd

Manchester City

  • Manager – Pep Guardiola
  • League Position Last Season – 1st
  • Ground – Etihad Stadium
  • Capacity – 55,017
  • Trophies Won Last Season – Premier League
  • Leading Goalscorer – Kevin de Bruyne – 15 goals

Manchester City – Players Out

  • Fernandinho – to Atletico Paranaense (Free)
  • Gavin Bazunu – to Southampton (£12m)
  • James Trafford – to Bolton Wanderers (Loan)
  • CJ Egan Riley – to Burnley (Free)
  • Taylor Harwood-Bellis – to Burnley (Loan)
  • Gabriel Jesus – to Arsenal (£45m)
  • Tommy Doyle – to Sheffield United (Loan)
  • Romeo Lavia – to Southampton (£10.5m)
  • Ko Itakura – to Borussia Moench (£4.3m)
  • Darko Gyabi – to Leeds United (Undisclosed)
  • Callum Doyle – to Coventry City (Loan)
  • Kwaku Oduroh – to Derby County (Free)
  • Raheem Sterling – to Chelsea (£50m)
  • Lewis Fiorini – to Blackpool (Loan)
  • Zack Steffen – to Middlesbrough (Loan)
  • Jayden Braaf – to Borussia Dortmund (Free)
  • Pedro Porro – to Sporting Lisbon (£7.2m)
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko – to Arsenal (£32m)
  • Arijanet Music – to Burnley (Undisclosed)

Manchester City – Players In

  • Erling Haaland – from Borussia Dortmund – (£51m)
  • Kalvin Phillips – from Leeds United (£50m)
  • Stefan Ortega – from Arminia Bielefeld (Free)

Manchester City Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Stefan Ortega, Ederson, Scott Carson
  • Defenders – Kyle Walker, Ruben Dias, John Stones, Nathan Ake, Joao Cancelo, Aymeric Laporte
  • Midfielders – Kalvin Phillips, Ilkay Gundogan, Jack Grealish, Rodri, Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Riyad Mahrez, Phil Foden, Cole Palmer, James McAtee
  • Attackers – Erling Haaland, Julian Alvarez, Kayky, Liam Delap

Pre-Season View

I am not sure Pep Guardiola has finished his transfer dealings this summer as City look a bit light in defence and maybe also in attack. Even so, City will be the team to beat once again with Haaland offering them a goal threat like they have not possessed previously. That is going to be a major concern for other Premier League teams.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 4/7 fav
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 1st

Manchester United

  • Manager – Erik Ten Haag
  • League Position Last Season – 6th
  • Ground – Old Trafford
  • Capacity – 74,879
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Cristiano Ronaldo – 18 goals

Manchester United – Players Out

  • Edinson Cavani – Free Agency
  • Juan Mata – Free Agency
  • Paul Pogba – to Juventus (Free)
  • Jesse Lingard – to Nottingham Forest (Free)
  • Lee Grant – Retired
  • Nemanja Matic – to AS Roma (Free)
  • Reece Devine – to Swindon Town (Free)
  • Dean Henderson – to Nottingham Forest (Loan)
  • D’Mani Mellor – to Wycombe Wanderers (Free)
  • Dylan Levitt – to Dundee United (Undisclosed)
  • Andreas Pereira – to Fulham (£10m)
  • Reece Devine – Free Agency
  • Paul McShane – Free Agency
  • Connor Stanley – Free Agency
  • Paul Woolston – Free Agency

Manchester United – Players In

  • Tyrell Malacia – from Feyenoord (£13m)
  • Christian Eriksen – from Brentford (Free)
  • Lisandro Martinez – from Ajax (£57m)

Manchester United Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – David de Gea, Tom Heaton
  • Defenders – Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly, Phil Jones, Harry Maguire, Tyrell Malacia, Raphael Varane, Diogo Dalot, Luke Shaw, Alex Telles, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Brandon Williams, Axel Tuanzebe, Teden Menghi, Alvaro Fernandez
  • Midfielders – Christian Eriksen, Bruno Fernandes, Amad Diallo, Fred, Facundo Pellestri, Donny van de Beek, James Garner, Scott McTominay, Hannibal Mejbri
  • Attackers – Cristiano Ronaldo, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood, Jadon Sancho, Anthony Elanda, Tahith Chong, Shola Shoretire, Alejandro Garnacho

Pre-Season View

Erik Ten Haag has a big job on his hands to turn around United after last season’s debacle, and with Cristiano Ronaldo mooted to be on the move away from the club, it is going to be interesting to see what happens there. I think Ten Haag will make a positive impact but not enough to make the top four.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 28/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 6th

Newcastle United

  • Manager – Eddie Howe
  • League Position Last Season – 11th
  • Ground – St James’ Park
  • Capacity – 52,305
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Callum Wilson – 8 goals

Newcastle United – Players Out

  • Isaac Hayden – to Norwich (Loan)
  • Freddie Woodman – to Preston North End (Undisclosed)
  • Lewis Cass – to Port Vale (Free)
  • Daniel Langley – to Gateshead (Loan)
  • Jack Young – to Wycombe Wanderers (Undisclosed)
  • Jeff Hendrick – to Reading (Loan)
  • Ciaran Clarke – to Sheffield United (Loan)
  • Jake Turner – to Gillingham (Free)
  • Oisin McEntee – to Walsall (Free)
  • Mohammed Sangare – to Accrington Stanley (Free)
  • Dwight Gayle – to Stoke City (Undisclosed)

Newcastle United – Players In

  • Matt Target – from Aston Villa (£15m)
  • Alex Murphy – from Galway (Undisclosed)
  • Nick Pope – from Burnley (£10m)
  • Sven Botman – from Lille (£32m)
  • Charlie McArthur – from Kilmarnock (Undisclosed)

Newcastle United Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Martin Dubravka, Nick Pope, Karl Darlow, Mark Gillespie
  • Defenders – Paul Dummett, Sven Botman, Fabian Schar, Jamal Lascalles, Matt Ritchie, Matt Targett, Kieran Trippier, Emil Krafth, Federico Fernandez, Javier Manquillo, Dan Burn, Kelland Watts
  • Midfielders – Joelinton, Jonjo Shelvey, Allan Saint-Maximin, Ryanb Fraser, Jacob Murphy, Miguel Almiron, Matty Longstaff, Joe Willock, Elliot Anderson, Sean Longstaff, Bruno Guimares
  • Attackers – Callum Wilson, Chris Wood

Pre-Season View

Newcastle haven’t splashed quite as much cash as expected since their takeover, but the players brought in are solid. They lack depth in attack and it’s no secret that Eddie Howe has targeted a striker in the rest of the window. If they can get a player in, then the top half beckons this season.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 80/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 9th

Nottingham Forest

  • Manager – Steve Cooper
  • League Position Last Season – 4th in the Championship (won Playoffs)
  • Ground – City Ground
  • Capacity – 30,445
  • Trophies Won Last Season – Championship Playoff Trophy
  • Leading Goalscorer – Brennan Johnson – 16 goals

Nottingham Forest – Players Out

  • Carl Jenkinson – Free Agency
  • Tobias Figueiredo – to Hull City (Free)
  • Gaetan Bong – Free Agency
  • Jayden Richardson – to Aberdeen (Undisclosed)
  • Mohamed Drager – to FC Luzern (Loan)
  • Ethan Horvath – to Luton Town (Loan)
  • Brice Samba – to RC Lens (Undisclosed)
  • Tyrese Fornah – to Reading (Loan)
  • Will Swan – to Mansfield Town (Loan)
  • Fin Back – to Carlisle Utd (Loan)
  • Jonathan Panzo – to Coventry City (Loan)
  • Riley Harbottle – to Mansfield Town (Loan)
  • Josh Barnes – Free Agency
  • Baba Fernandes – Free Agency
  • Lewis Grabban – Free Agency
  • Sam Sanders – Free Agency
  • Marcelo Saraiva – Free Agency
  • Morgan Thomas-Sadler – Free Agency
  • Joe Watkins – Free Agency

Nottingham Forest – Players In

  • Taiwo Awoniyi – from Union Berlin (£17m)
  • Dean Henderson – from Manchester United (Loan)
  • Giulian Biancone – from Troyes (£5m)
  • Moussa Niakhate – from FSV Mainz (£17m)
  • Omar Richards – from Bayern Munich (Undisclosed)
  • Neco Williams – from Liverpool (£17m)
  • Wayne Hennessey – from Burnley (Undisclosed)
  • Brandon Aguilera – from Alajuelense (Undisclosed)
  • Ryan Hammond – from Millwall (Free)
  • Lewis O’Brien – from Huddersfield Town (£5m)
  • Harry Toffolo – from Huddersfield. Town (£5m)
  • Jesse Lingard – from Manchester United (Free)

Nottingham Forest Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Dean Henderson, Jordan Smith, Wayne Hennessey
  • Defenders – Giulian Biancone, Steve Cook, Joe Worrall, Loic Mbe Soh, Neco Williams, Richie Laryea, Harry Toffolo, Scott McKenna, Omar Richards, Nicholas Ioannou, Moussa Niakhate
  • Midfielders – Jack Colback, Jesse Lingard, Cafu, Xande Silva, Braiain Ojeda, Ryan Yates, Lewis O’Brien, Joe Lolley
  • Attackers – Lyle Taylor, Nuno da Costa, Taiwo Awoniyi, Sam Surridge, Alex Mighten, Brennan Johnson,

Pre-Season View

Forest boss Steve Cooper won’t be accused of resting on his laurels following his team’s promotion through the playoffs, Forest have been very busy in the transfer market as they seek to stay in the Premier League next season but I worry that upheaval may well cost them a chance at doing that and it could be a season of struggle of the signing’s don’t quite gel.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 1000/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 20th

Southampton

  • Manager – Ralf Hassenhutl
  • League Position Last Season – 15th
  • Ground – St Mary’s
  • Capacity – 32,384
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – James Ward-Prowse – 10 goals

Southampton – Players Out

  • Fraser Forster – to Tottenham (Free)
  • Harry Lewis – to Bradford City (Free)
  • Caleb Watts – to Morecambe (Loan)
  • Daniel Nlundulu – to Cheltenham Town (Loan)
  • Kazeem Olaigbe – to Ross County (Loan)
  • Shane Long – to Reading (Free)
  • Ramello Mitchell – to West Brom (Free)
  • Ethan Burnett – Free Agency
  • Oludare Olufunwa – Free Agency
  • Benni Smales-Braithwaite – Free Agency
  • Jayden Smith – Free Agency
  • Will Smallbone – to Stoke City (Loan)

Southampton – Players In

  • Alex Iwumene – from Sutton United (Undisclosed)
  • Gavin Bazunu – from Manchester City (£15m)
  • Mateusz Lis – from Altay (Free)
  • Armel Bella-Kotchap – from VfL Bochum (£9.5m)
  • Romeo Lavia – from Manchester City (£12m)
  • Joe Aribo – from Rangers (£10m)

Southampton Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Alex McCarthy, Willy Caballero, Mateusz Lis, Gavin Buzunu
  • Defenders – Kyle Walker-Peters, Lyanco, Jack Stephens, Romain Perraud, Thierry Small, Tino Livramento, Mohammed Salisu, Jan Bednarek, Armel Bella-Kotchap, Dynal Simeu, Yan Valery
  • Midfielders – Oriol Romeu, Joe Aribo, James Ward-Prowse, Nathan Redmond, Stuart Armstrong, Moussa Djenepo, Nathan Tella, Mohamed Elyounoussi, Ibrahima Diallo, Theo Walcott, Romeo Lavia
  • Attackers – Adam Armstrong, Che Adams

Pre-Season View

I look at this Southampton squad and I cannot see where the goals are going to come from. Neither Adams or Armstrong are prolific and other than Ward-Prowse’s set pieces, I can’t see a huge amount of creativity either. This season could well be a real struggle for the Saints.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 750/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 18th

Tottenham Hotspur

  • Manager – Antonio Conte
  • League Position Last Season – 4th
  • Ground – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • Capacity – 62,062
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Hyeung-min Son – 23 goals

Tottenham Hotspur – Players Out

  • Cameron Carter-Vickers – to Celtic (Undisclosed)
  • Steven Bergwijn – to Ajax (£26m)
  • Jack Clarke – to Sunderland (£10m)
  • Toby Omole – to Crawley Yown (Free)
  • Josh Oluwayemi – to Portsmouth (Free)

Tottenham Hotspur – Players In

  • Fraser Forster – from Southampton (Free)
  • Ivan Perisic – from Inter Milan (Free)
  • Yves Bissouma – from Brighton (£35m)
  • Richarlison – from Everton (£60m)
  • Clement Lenglet – from Barcelona (Loan)
  • Djed Spencer – from Middlesbrough (£20m)

Tottenham Hotspur Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Hugo Lloris, Fraser Forster, Brandon Austin
  • Defenders – Matt Doherty, Sergio Reguilon, Davinson Sanchez, Emerson Royal, Eric Dier, Cristian Romero, Ryan Sessegnon, Joe Rodon, Djed Spence, Japhet Tanganga, Ben Davies, Clement Lenglet
  • Midfielders – Oliver Skipp, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Harry Winks, Bryan Gil, Ivan Perisic, Giovani Lo Celso, Tanguy Ndombele, Pape Matar Sarr, Rodrigo Betancur, Yves Bissouma
  • Attackers – Son Heung-Min, Richarlison, Harry Kane, Dejan Kulusevski, Lucas Moura

Pre-Season View

Of all the teams in the Premier League this season, I think Spurs are the team that have made the most improvement in terms of the signings they have made, as such I think they will likely be the team most likely to challenge the top two in the Premier League, although I feel they are still likely to finish off the pace of the top two.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 14/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 3rd

West Ham United

  • Manager – David Moyes
  • League Position Last Season – 7th
  • Ground – London Stadium
  • Capacity – 60,000
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Jarrod Bowen – 12 goals

West Ham United – Players Out

  • Mark Noble – Retired
  • David Martin – Free Agency
  • Andriy Yarmolenko – to Al Ain (Free)
  • Ryan Fredericks – to Bournemouth (Free)
  • Nathan Holland – to MK Dons (Free)
  • Aji Alese – to Sunderland (Undisclosed)
  • Ossama Ashley – to Colchester Utd (Free)
  • Sonny Perkins – to Leeds United (Free)

West Ham United – Players In

  • Nayef Aguerd – from Rennes (£30m)
  • Patrick Kelly – from Coleraine (Undisclosed)
  • Alphonse Areola – from Paris St Germain (£10.5m)
  • Flynn Fownes – from Swansea City (£12m)
  • Gianluca Scamacca – from Sassuolo (£30.5m)

West Ham United Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Lukasz Fabianski, Alphonse Areola, Nathan Trott, Darren Randolph
  • Defenders – Aaron Cresswell, Kurt Zouma, Vladimir Coufal, Craig Dawson, Angelo Ogbonna, Issa Diop, Arthur Masuaku, Nayef Aguerd, Goncalo Cardoso, Ben Johnson, Harrison Ashby
  • Midfielders – Pablo Fornals, Manuel Lanzini, Nikola Vlasic, Flynn Downes, Said Benrahma, Tomas Soucek, Declan Rice, Conor Coventry
  • Attackers – Michail Antonio, Jarrod Bowen, Mipu Odubeko, Gianluca Scamacca

Pre-Season View

It took David Motes a while but he finally landed the striker he needed in Scamacca from Sassuolo and I think the Hammers are now set for another very good campaign this time around. They are developing into a very fine Premier League team and should be top half once again.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 150/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 8th

Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • Manager – Bruno Lage
  • League Position Last Season – 10th
  • Ground – Molineux
  • Capacity – 32,050
  • Trophies Won Last Season – None
  • Leading Goalscorer – Raul Jimenez, Daniel Podence – 6 goals

Wolverhampton Wanderers – Players Out

  • Roman Saiss – to Besiktas (Free)
  • John Ruddy – to Birmingham City (Free)
  • Marcal – to Botafogo (Free)
  • Pascal Estrada – Released
  • Ryan Giles – to Middlesbrough (Loan)
  • Dion Sanderson – to Birmingham City (Loan)
  • Lewis Richards – to Harrogate (Loan)
  • Ki-Jana Hoever – to PSV Eindhoven (Loan)
  • Taylor Perry – to Cheltenham Town (Loan)
  • Fabio Silva – to Anderlecht (Loan)
  • Ruben Vinagre – to Sporting Lisbon (Undisclosed)
  • Renat Dadashov – to Grasshoppers (Undisclosed)
  • Meritan Shabani – to Grasshoppers (Undisclosed)
  • Conor Carty – to Bolton Wanderers (Free)
  • Raphael Nya – Free Agency
  • Jamie Pardington – Free Agency
  • Faisu Sangare – Free Agency
  • Bendeguz Bolla – to Grasshoppers (Loan)

Wolverhampton Wanderers – Players In

  • Nathan Collins – from Burnley (£20.5m)
  • Hwang Hee-Chan – from Red Bull Leipzig (£10m)
  • Dom Plank – from Dorking Wanderers (Free)
  • Leon Chiwome – from AFC Wimbledon (Undisclosed)

Wolverhampton Wanderers Current Squad

  • Goalkeepers – Jose Sa, Matija Sarkic, Andreas Sondergaard
  • Defenders – Rayan Ait-Nouri, Nathan Collins, Yerson Mosquera, Willy Boly, Conor Coady, Jonny, Nelson Semedo, Max Kilman, Toti
  • Midfielders – Bruno Jordao, Ruben Neves, Morgan Gibbs-White, Joao Moutinho, Leander Dendoncker, Adama Traore, Luke Cundle, Connor Ronan
  • Attackers – Pedro Neto, Raul Jimenez, Daniel Podence, Hwang Hee-chan, Chiquinho, Leo Bonatini, Patrick Cutrone.

Pre-Season View

Wolves were solid if not spectacular last season and goalscoring was a problem for them, but a very solid defensive record meant that they finished comfortably in mid-table and I think that this will be the case again in the new season.

  • Bet365 Odds to win the Premier League – 500/1
  • Prediction for Finishing Position in Premier League – 11th

Other Big International Transfers This Summer

  • Matthijs de Ligt – Juventus to Bayern Munich – £68m
  • Robert Lewandowski – Bayern Munich to Barcelona – £42.6m
  • Hugo Ekitike – Rennes to Paris St Germain – Loan
  • Mesut Ozil – Fenerbahce to Istanbul Basaksehir – Free
  • Owen Wijndal – AZ Alkmaar to Ajax – £10m
  • Angel Di Maria – Paris St Germain to Juventus – Free
  • Pepe Reina – Lazio to Villarreal – Free
  • Sebastien Haller – Ajax to Borussia Dortmund – £31m
  • Franck Kessie – AC Milan to Barcelona – Free
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan – AS Roma to Inter Milan – Free
  • Luuk de Jong – Sevilla to PSV Eindhoven – Undisclosed
  • Andre Onana – Ajax to Inter Milan – Free
  • Corentin Tolisso – Bayern Munich to Lyon – Undisclosed
  • Moussa Sissoko – Watford to Nantes – Undisclosed
  • Jota – Benfica to Celtic – £6.5m
  • Ryan Gravenberch – Ajax to Bayern Munich – £16m
  • Giorgio Chiellini – Juventus to Los Angeles FC – Free
  • Gareth Bale – Real Madrid to Los Angeles FC – Free
  • Aurelien Tchouameni – AS Monaco to Real Madrid – £68.3m
  • Calvin Bassey – Rangers to Ajax – £19.6m
  • Paulo Dybala – Juventus to AS Roma – Free
  • Federico Bernardeschi – Juventus to Toronto – Free
  • Rabbi Matondo – Schalke 04 to Rangers – Undisclosed
  • Lewis Ferguson – Aberdeen to Bologna – Undisclosed
  • Daniel Alves – Barcelona to Pumas – Free
  • Gleison Bremer – Torino to Juventus – £34.8m
  • Vitinha – FC Porto to Paris St Germain – £34m
  • Nuno Mendes – Sporting Lisbon to Paris St Germain – £34m
  • Karim Adeyemi – Red Bull Salzburg to Borussia Dortmund – £32.14m