The Premier League transfer window is now open; which players could be moving this summer?

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On Friday, the Premier League transfer window opened, allowing clubs to officially register summer signings.

Several top-flight teams have already announced arrivals for this summer, which will occur either now or on 1 July, when the contracts of the majority of players at their previous clubs expire.

The transfer window will close on Thursday, September 1 at 23:00 BST. Similar to the Premier League, Scotland’s transfer window opened on Friday.
Since their final match of the season, English Football League clubs are permitted to sign players.

Aston Villa completed a number of transfers before the transfer window opened, including the signings of Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara (free), Barcelona forward Philippe Coutinho (£17 million), Sevilla defender Diego Carlos (reported £26 million), and Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen (reported £3 million).

After a successful loan spell, Villa defender Matt Targett has joined Newcastle for £15 million.

Leeds have signed Rasmus Kristensen and Brenden Aaronson from Red Bull Salzburg, while Liverpool have signed Fulham’s Fabio Carvalho for £5 million.

Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster will sign free agent deals with Tottenham Hotspur.

Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund have agreed on a fee of £51.2 million for Erling Haaland, although personal terms have yet to be confirmed.

Antonio Rudiger of Chelsea will join Real Madrid, and Alexandre Lacazette has left Arsenal for Lyon as free agents.

Sadio Mane could be involved in one of this summer’s biggest transfer sagas. The Senegalese superstar is strongly linked to a transfer to Bayern Munich.

Bayern may need a new forward, as their star Robert Lewandowski has informed the club of his desire to leave and Barcelona has expressed interest.

Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard will also be on the move after becoming free agents and leaving Manchester United. Gareth Bale, a former Real Madrid forward, is also available. Once his contract with Barcelona expires, Ousmane Dembele will be on the move.

Darwin Nunez has been linked to Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Newcastle United. Christopher Nkunku, the forward for RB Leipzig, is intriguing to many of Europe’s top clubs.

Having avoided relegation, Eddie Howe’s Magpies could be major players on the market this summer with their newfound wealth. They are in talks to sign Stade de Reims striker Hugo Ekitike.

James Tarkowski, a defender for Burnley, is in talks with Everton. The manager of Manchester United, Erik ten Hag, may also wish to restructure his squad.