Summer transfer window referee: How did every Premier League club perform | conversion window

Arsenal

It remains to be seen if Arsenal will regret failing to add numbers in midfield or outside wide. They could not seduce Aston Villa For abandoning Douglas Louise on deadline day and inquiries about several suites were not pursued. Their previous work in the window has been impressive: Gabriel Jesus and Alexander Zinchenko made an immediate impact on the league leaders and Fabio Vieira bodes well. Perhaps young Marquinhos, who signed from Sao Paulo, will get his chance now. Arsenal look stronger but questions about their depth remain. Nick Ames

Aston Villa

What looked like a promising window at the start of July when Villa had five new faces through the door in time for their pre-season tour of Australia doesn’t suddenly feel entirely satisfied. Diego Carlos’s long-term injury left Villa scrambling in the deadline for central defender Jan Bednarek, who has lost his fortunes in the Southampton. The arrival of Leander Dendoncker from rival Wolves would bolster their midfield but early evidence suggests they have not made as much progress as initially thought. Ben Fisher

Bournemouth

Testing and a low-key summer resulted in Scott Parker losing his job, but interim coach, Gary O’Neill – even if he would hardly repeat Parker’s insistence that the team is unsuitable – claims Bournemouth Good enough to get rid of to survive. “I think we have enough to be competitive at this level,” O’Neill said. Marcus Tavernier looks like a smart addition, but it remains to be seen if Marcus Senesi and Jack Stevens help seal a defense that has been torn to shreds on some occasions, notably in the defeat at Anfield. bf

Brentford

Bees tried until the last day to complete an ambitious move for Shakhtar Donetsk striker, Mikhailo Modric, a long-range goal, but could not tempt the Ukrainian club to give it up. But it would have been an addition to a window cake featuring some active action, as Ken Lewis Potter and Mikkel Damsgaard seem useful additions to the attack. Ben Mei and Aaron Hickey cemented problem areas in defence, and while Christian Eriksen’s loss was disappointing, Thomas Frank feels his team appeared with a good balance. not available

Brighton

The probationary period in which three junior players left a team that did well last season might be a concern for most managers but not for Graham Potter. Brighton have acquired Ecuadorean left-back Pervis Estupinian from Villarreal to replace Marc Cucurella and made a late move for Chelsea’s Billy Gilmore, but the losses of Yves Bisuma and Neil Maupai are likely to be covered by the current players from the squad. Ed Aarons

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Pervis Estupiñán joined the Seagulls from Villarreal. Photo: Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images

Chelsea

Todd Boehle’s first summer whirlwind as owner/head of staffing/CEO of Chelsea has been a long ride, although the extent of the improvement after spending the better part of the £260m remains open to debate. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s return to London will at least provide Thomas Tuchel with a sure-fire scorer, while the seven-year contract awarded to Wesley Fofana has demonstrated his and Boyle’s long-term commitment. EA

Crystal Palace

For Wilfried Zaha to remain part of Patrick Vieira’s squad until at least January is a huge victory for the window, although the forward’s future after that remains in doubt given the state of his contract. Attempts to sign Conor Gallagher are always unlikely to materialize given his ties to Chelsea and there will be some frustration among fans that Vieira has not strengthened his midfield further following the arrival of Cheikh Doukuri. EA

Everton

Farhad Moshiri requested to be tried at the end of the window in an open letter to the owner to fans on July 14, when Everton Richarlison sold and signed with James Tarkowski for free. Seven players then arrived, many high-income earners gone, and Chelsea’s lucrative pursuit of Anthony Gordon resisted. A positive first window into Kevin Thelwell as director of football in general, although concerns remain over the strength of Everton’s attack. Andy Hunter

Fulham

Marco Silva had promised deadline day additions and Fulham I managed four. Willian and Carlos Vinicius signed permanently while Levine Kurzawa and Dan James arrived on loan; It all adds depth but Silva must ensure that a bright start isn’t disrupted by his current crop. Among his previous signings with Fulham, Joao Balenha made an immediate impact in midfield and Andreas Pereira showed signs of realizing his potential. Bernd Leno will be a strong possession in goal. James’ arrest came, after attempts to sign Justin Kluivert failed, because Manor Solomon sustained an injury after arriving on loan from Shakhtar Donetsk. not available

Leeds

The jury may still be out for Jesse Marsh but the Leeds manager has bought himself invaluable time to confuse doubters over some excellent signings. USA attacking midfielder Brenden Aaronson has invested this division with extra quality, and Colombia’s Luis Sinistera is an exciting winger capable of filling a Ravenha-sized hole at Elland Road. Rasmus Kristensen, Marc Roca, and Tyler Adams are three other good additions. Despite Bamba Ding’s move from Marseille to provide offensive cover for Patrick Bamford’s fall at the 11th hour, Marsh’s team looks much better. Victor Orta, Leeds director of football, has made good use of his extensive contact record… even if they could have done so with another striker. Louise Taylor

Rasmus Kristensen enjoys beating Chelsea at Elland Road
Rasmus Kristensen enjoys beating Chelsea at Elland Road. Photo: Robbie Jay Barratt/AMA/Getty Images

Lister

On the last day out the window, Leicester made their first and only signing with Reims centre-back Wout Faes, replacing Wesley Fofana. The past few months have been painful for Brendan Rodgers and Leicester, who appear to have been left behind by rivals who have bolstered their squads. Perhaps the biggest disappointment was Leicester’s failure to unload a group of sidelined players who inadvertently hampered Rodgers’ hopes of a boost. Rodgers had goals on the line and wanted a healthy change but ended up with nothing like that. bf

Liverpool

The first challenge of the summer – Sadio Mane’s desire to leave – was met with decisive action in the form of a club record signing for Darwin Nunez. Liverpool They thought their next work had been done before pre-season training started. Then injuries, many of them concentrated in midfield, forced Jurgen Klopp to stick around the need for reinforcements. The second challenge of the summer proved more complicated until Arthur Melo arrived from Juventus on deadline day. Uh

Manchester

Pep Guardiola scored a serious goal in Erling Haaland, England’s first-team midfielder Calvin Phillips who even before his current injury could not make XI, a contender for the best unprecedented access to Julian Alvarez, the U-17 World Cup silver. Ball winner Sergio Gomez, full-back 41 caps Manuel Akanji: all of this makes this another very successful Champions League transfer window. Jimmy Jackson

Erling Haaland with Julian Alvarez after scoring against Crystal Palace
Erling Haaland with Julian Alvarez after scoring against Crystal Palace. Photo: Robbie Jay Barratt/AMA/Getty Images

Manchester United

This was the summer of Frenkie de Jong’s joining Manchester United It never was: Erich Ten Hag’s #1 target was tracked down for four months or more to no avail. Factor in a deserted chase for Marko Arnautovic, a failed bid to favor Adrien Rabiot and Jurrien Timber to stay at Ajax, and the Dutch coach’s first window cut in by farce. But Christian Eriksen, Lisandro Martinez, Anthony, Casemiro, Terrell Malacia and Martin Dubravka arrived. all’s well That ends well? The coming months will tell us that. J

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Newcastle

Newcastle have transformed into a very sane and competent team under Eddie Howe with this transformation accelerated by the caliber of signings. So far, Nick Pope has shined in goal, Sven Putman has been exuding potency and central defensive potential, Matt Targett has proven to be an excellent left-back, and he invested £60m in the acquisition of Sweden striker Alexander Isak, and the money appears to have been well spent. They could certainly have done it with another top-tier midfielder, but Newcastle’s sporting director Dan Ashworth must be content with his first window on Tyneside. LT

Nottingham Forest

It all started quite logically with players carefully targeted to fit Steve Cooper’s style and ended – remarkably – with 21 signings. Serge Aurier, the free agent, could take the number to 22. Jesse Lingard arrived suddenly but everyone looked at him as a deal worth making. The opening-day loss to Newcastle changed the dynamic and plenty of experience was sought, but at the same time Cooper worked his way up with Morgan Gibbs-White to leave the team brimming with youthful promises – which was the original plan halfway through. Jun. will unwin

Jesse Lingard joined the Nottingham Forest revolt.
Jesse Lingard joined the Nottingham Forest revolt. Photo: Karl Rissen/Action Images/Reuters

Southampton

Early signs indicate that the saints did some of the best work in the oath. One of the 10 new faces, Armil Bella Kuchap, 20, has made a big first impression. Southampton’s new head of recruitment, Joe Shields, has turned to his former club Manchester To bring in four guys: Romeo Lavia and Gavin Pazono – on deadline – Sam Iduzi and Juan Larios. Southampton’s belief in youth is not a gimmick but real, which is why Jan Bednarek was allowed to leave for Aston Villa and Jack Stevens, Oriol Romeo and Shane Long were transferred. Duje Caleta-Car arrives from Marseille with a huge reputation and Ainsley Maitland-Niles will be determined to boost his capabilities after joining on loan. At the beginning of the window another attacker seemed logical, but Che Adams and Adam Armstrong climbed to the ground running. bf

spurs

Spurs were extraordinarily calm on deadline day, but that was because they moved with rare speed to achieve their goals, concluding their key deals by mid-July. The new boys brought quality, physicality, and plenty of experience—with only Spence’s grandfather considered one of the future; The signature of the club instead of the one paid by Antonio Conte. It was a window to release optimism. David Heitner

West Ham

Luxurious window in terms of spending. David Moyes finally races up front on Michail Antonio in the form of Gianluca Squacca while the addition of playmaker Lucas Paquetá is one to set the racing pulse. Although the coach didn’t get the extra midfielder he wanted, he was able to keep Declan Rice and his team looking stronger. DH

Wolves

It’s been a slow-burning window for the Wolves, and the onus is on Bruno Lage to make sure his new toys fade away after a summer of change. The captain, Conor Coady, was allowed to leave for Everton after Lagg switched to a four-man defense, and although Nathan Collins has yet to settle on any of Gonzalo Guedes, Matthews Nunes and Sasa Kalajdich, who have signed for a total cost of around £80m, the start season. The Morgan Gibbs-White deal, which was sold in a £42.5m deal, was too good to turn down. Lagg insists that his team will begin to thrive. bf

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