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Summer transfer window 2023: every Premier League deal confirmed

Stay up to date with all the ins and outs of the Premier League during the 2023 summer transfer window. Last updated on June 1 at 11:30am. m. BST.

The summer transfer window could be the richest yet, with big football futures to be decided over the next three months of big negotiations.

All eyes are on Harry Kane as we search for an answer to the questions surrounding a potential Tottenham departure.

Declan Rice has to decide if he wants to enjoy another year as West Ham captain with Arsenal and Bayern Munich trying to push him away.

Jude Bellingham could return to England after missing out on the Bundesliga title with Borussia Dortmund and even Neymar is being considered for a Premier League move after exceeding requirements at PSG.

Last summer, clubs said goodbye to a record £1.9bn when we said hello to the likes of Erling Haaland, Alexander Isak, Darwin Nunez and Antony.

When does the summer 2023 transfer window open?

The summer transfer window starts on Wednesday 14 June for all domestic deals between clubs in England and Scotland.

It will be a busy week as the 2023-24 Premier League fixtures will be announced on June 15.

Clubs will not be able to sign foreign players until the international window opens on Saturday, July 1.

Brighton have already agreed a five-year contract for Watford striker Joao Pedro, with his move set to become official on June 14.

Youri Tielemans is one of several players available on a free transfer after confirming his departure from relegated Leicester.

When does it close?

The countdown of the last day will begin on Friday, September 1 with the traditional closing of the window at 11 p.m.

What about the other major leagues in Europe?

The Football League transfer window will open on the same day as the Premier League, but there are some staggered starts in Europe’s top five leagues.

Ligue 1 in France opens a little earlier on Saturday June 10, while La Liga in Spain, Italy’s Serie A and the German Bundesliga are expected to wait until July 1.

At this stage, Europe’s top five leagues have agreed to close their transfer windows on the same date, September 1.

Do we know when the January 2024 transfer window opens?

Yes. The January 2024 transfer window will open on Monday 1st January and the Premier League have confirmed another deadline at 11pm for closing on Thursday 1st February.

Arsenal

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Outside: Ashley Young (released)

bournemouth

In: Hames Traore (Sassuolo, £20m)

Outside: Jefferson Lerma (released), Jack Stacey (Norwich City, undisclosed)

brentford

In: Mark Flekken (Freiburg, £11m)

Outside: Pontus Jansson (Malmo, free), Saman Ghoddos (released)

Brighton

Watford's Joao Pedro will sign a five-year deal with Brighton when the transfer window opens on June 14.
Watford’s Joao Pedro will sign a five-year deal with Brighton when the transfer window opens on June 14.

In: Joao Pedro (Watford, £30m)

Burnley

In: Jordan Beyer (Borussia Monchengladbach, £13m)

Outside: Ashley Barnes (Norwich, free)

chelsea

Outside: Dujon Sterling (Rangers, unrevealed)

crystal Palace

Outside: James McArthur (released), Luka Milivojevic (released)

Everton

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Liverpool

James Milner hopes to stay in the Premier League after eight seasons at Liverpool
James Milner hopes to stay in the Premier League after eight seasons at Liverpool

Outside: Roberto Firmino (Released), Naby Keita (Released), James Milner (Released), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Released)

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manchester city

manchester united

Outside: Ethan Galbraith (released), Phil Jones (released)

Newcastle United

nottingham forest

Outside: Jack Colback (released), Will Swan (Mansfield Town, released)

sheffield united

tottenham hotspur

Outside: Lucas Moura (released)

West Ham United

Outside: Arthur Masuaku (Besiktas, unrevealed)

Wolves

Outside: Jeong Sang-bin (Minnesota United, unrevealed)

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