The Premier League: The biggest transfer saga of the summer

The Premier League: The biggest transfer saga of the summer

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That’s an impressive number, but it’s not quite as impressive as the number of players that have already been sold to other clubs.

The number of transfers in the summer was actually higher, but that was because some of those players were sold to the big three (Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool).

In the case of some players, the clubs that have been linked with them are also linked to clubs that already have an offer.

So what does that all mean?

It means that the Premier Lads have a record for a summer of buying new players.

It also means that most of the players that are being sold are probably going to be on the wrong side of 30, with some clubs having a good number of deals.

And the bigger the transfer fee, the better the chances of getting a good return.

Here’s how the transfer window unfolded so far.

September 14th: Atletico Madrid – £11m.

The Spanish side are linked with Manchester United star Radamel Falcao, but have yet to offer the midfielder the chance to leave the Spanish capital.

They are also believed to be interested in Tottenham midfielder Nacer Chadli.

They also have interest in Real Madrid forward Radamel Ramirez, but the player has yet to agree personal terms.

October 5th: Southampton – £15m.

Southampton are reported to be leading the chase for Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama.

That move is not expected to be completed until November at the earliest.

October 14th and 15th: West Ham – £20m.

West Ham are also reported to have a £20 million bid on the table for Tottenham star Danny Rose.

Tottenham have been told that they cannot make a deal, although there are reports that Tottenham are considering selling players to pay for new players, such as the £19m-rated Christian Eriksen.

West Bromwich Albion are also rumoured to be willing to offer £18m for Chelsea defender Cesc Fabregas.

The West Ham bid is reportedly being viewed as a ploy to persuade the Premier Club to sell them players who can be moved before Christmas.

West Coast are also keen on the Belgian international, but his agent says he has not received any offers for him.

West Midlands are understood to have asked Chelsea for a loan fee, and the Blues are not willing to sell him to them for £20million.

October 17th: Newcastle United – £25m.

Newcastle have reportedly been chasing Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure for several months, but are now reportedly close to signing him.

However, they have also reportedly been offered £30m by Tottenham Hotspur, with Manchester City wanting a further £30 million.

Tottenham Hotspurs chairman Daniel Levy is said to have been impressed by the £25 million offer, but has not made a move.

November 12th: Norwich City – £28m.

Norwich have reportedly reached an agreement to sign Manchester City defender Leroy Fer in a £28 million deal.

The deal is not yet finalised, with the Premier clubs being unable to finalise a fee for the defender, but they have reportedly agreed a fee of around £30,000 per week.

Norwich City chairman Chris Hughton told Sky Sports News: “I think it’s a fantastic opportunity for us to get into the top four of the Premier league, but we also have a number of other teams vying for the top three.”

Norwich have also been linked to Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling, and Manchester United’s Ravel Morrison.

January 2nd: Chelsea – £40m.

Chelsea are said to be keen on signing Manchester United midfielder Daley Blind.

However the player’s representatives have not yet agreed personal terms with the club.

January 11th: Crystal Palace – £50m.

Crystal Palace are reportedly close the £50 million transfer of Chelsea midfielder Oscar from Manchester United, with Jose Mourinho reportedly refusing to sell the player.

However there are also reports that the club have also made an offer for Tottenham Hotsps winger Nacer Benitez.

Tottenham are reportedly still looking to sell players to sign new players for their squad, and that could include Benitev.

February 5th and 6th: Tottenham Hotspotts chairman Daniel Forbes has reportedly said that the players on his team are “the best ever” at Tottenham Hotspeak, and are keen to sign players like Manchester United striker Radamel Garcia.

He has also said that Spurs will “not sell” players for a fee less than £30million.

The club have reportedly also agreed a deal with Manchester city for their former goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, and they have agreed to sell winger Victor Wanka to Swansea City.

February 17th and 18th: Everton – £51m.

Everton are reportedly interested in signing Manchester City striker Raheim Sterling, with United keen on a move for their Manchester City talisman.

However United are not interested in selling him for