Stay up to date with all the ins and outs of the Premier League during the 2023 summer transfer window. Keep refreshing this page for the latest updates.
The summer transfer window could be the richest yet with some huge football futures yet to be decided.
Liverpool took the first significant step by invading Brighton for World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister – and have since followed that up by signing RB Leipzig midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai.
Chelsea kicked off their summer splurge by confirming the arrival of Christopher Nkunku from Leipzig before the addition of fellow striker Nicolas Jackson.
But the Blues have been even busier sending players off, with Mason Mount and Kai Havertz among the big names to leave Stamford Bridge.
Mount moved to Manchester United and Havertz moved from West to North London to join Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal revolution.
While staying in the capital, Tottenham fell out to Leicester star James Maddison, while Declan Rice is on the verge of leaving West Ham after their Europa Conference League win.
Clubs parted ways with a record £1.9 billion last summer when we said hello to Erling Haaland, Alexander Isak, Darwin Nunez and Antony.
When will the summer 2023 transfer window open?
The summer transfer window opened on 14 June for all domestic deals between clubs in England and Scotland.
But they were unable to attract foreign players until the international window opened on July 1.
When does it close?
The final day countdown begins on September 1, with the traditional slamming of the window at 11 p.m.
What about the other top leagues in Europe?
The Football League transfer window opened on the same day as the Premier League, but there are some staggered starts across Europe’s top five leagues.
France’s Ligue 1 opened a little earlier on June 10, while Spain’s LaLiga, Italy’s Serie A and Germany’s Bundesliga all waited until July 1.
At this stage, Europe’s top five leagues have all agreed to close their transfer windows on September 1.
Do we know when the January 2024 transfer window starts?
Yes. The January 2024 transfer window will open on January 1 and the Premier League has confirmed a new deadline at 11pm on February 1.
In: Kai Havertz (Chelsea, £65m)
Out: Nikolaj Moller (St. Gallen, undisclosed), Zach Awe (released), Joel Ideho (released), George Lewis (released), Ainsley Maitland-Niles (released), Matt Smith (released), Tom Smith (released), Kaleel Green (released), Alexandar Kovacevic (released), Tino Quamina (released), Mathaeus Roberts (released), Mazeed Ogungbo (Barrow, undisclosed), Pablo Mari (Monza, undisclosed)
In: Youri Tielemans (Leicester, free)
Out: Ashley Young (released), Kaine Kesler-Hayden (Plymouth, on loan)
In: Hamed Traore (Sassuolo, £20m), Justin Kluivert (Roma, unknown)
Out: Junior Stanislas (released), Jack Stacey (Norwich, undisclosed), Jefferson Lerma (Crystal Palace, free), Will Dennis (Kilmarnock, on loan)
In: Mark Flek (Freiburg, £11m), Ethan Brierley (Rochdale, undisclosed), Kevin Schade (Freiburg, undisclosed), Romeo Beckham (Inter Miami, undisclosed), Ji-soo Kim (Seongnam, undisclosed), Nathan Collins (Wolves, £23m)
Out: Pontus Jansson (Malmo, free), Saman Ghoddos (released), Tariqe Fosu (released), Joel Valencia (released), Daniel Oyegoke (Bradford, rent), Fin Stevens (Oxford, rent)
In: Joao Pedro (Watford, £30m), James Milner (Liverpool, free), Mahmoud Dahoud (Borussia Dortmund, free), Bart Verbruggen (Anderlecht, undisclosed)
Out: Alexis Mac Allister (Liverpool, undisclosed), Intef Tsoungi (Feyenoord, undisclosed), James Beadle (Oxford, on loan), Abdallah Sima (Rangers, on loan)
In: Jordan Beyer (Borussia Mönchengladbach, £13m), Dara O’Shea (West Brom, undisclosed), Laurence Vigoroux, (Leyton Orient, free)
Out: Ashley Barnes (Norwich, Free)
In: Kendry Paez (Independiente del Valle, undisclosed), Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig, undisclosed), Dujuan Richards (Phoenix Academy, undisclosed), Nicolas Jackson (Villarreal, undisclosed), Alex Matos (Norwich, undisclosed), Diego Moreira (Benfica, undisclosed)
Out: Dujon Sterling (Rangers, undisclosed), Tiemoue Bakayoko (Free, Free), N’Golo Kante (Al-Ittihad, Free), Kalidou Koulibaly (Al-Hilal, undisclosed), Mateo Kovacic (Manchester City, undisclosed), Edouard Mendy (Al-Ahli, undisclosed), Kai Havertz (Arsenal, £65m), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (AC Milan, undisclosed), Mason Mount (Manchester United, undisclosed)
In: Jefferson Lerma (Bournemouth, Free)
Out: James McArthur (released), Luka Milivojevic (released), Jack Butland (Rangers, Free), Rob Street (Cheltenham)
Out: Niels Nkounkou (Saint-Etienne, undisclosed), Conor Coady (loan ended, returned to Wolves), Yerry Mina (released), Andros Townsend (released), Asmir Begovic (released), Einar Iversen (released), Isaac Price (released ), Tom Davies (released), Harry Tyrer (Chesterfield, on loan)
Out: Joe Bryan (released)
In: Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton, unknown), Dominik Szoboszlai (RB Leipzig, £60m)
Out: Naby Keita (Werder Bremen, free), James Milner (Brighton, free), Roberto Firmino (released), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (released), Calvin Ramsey (Preston, rent), Harvey Davies (Crewe, rent), Rhys Williams ( Aberdeen, on loan), Fabio Carvalho (RB Leipzig, on loan)
In: Chiedozie Ogbene (Rotherham, Free), Mads Anderson (Barnsley, undisclosed)
Out: Sonny Bradley (released), Henri Lansbury (released), Harry Isted (released)
In: Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea, undisclosed)
Out: Ilkay Gundogan (Barcelona, free), Liam Delap (Hull, on loan)
In: Mason Mount (Chelsea, undisclosed)
Out: Ethan Galbraith (released), Phil Jones (released), Axel Tuanzebe (released), Di’Shon Bernard (released), Eric Hanbury (released), Charlie Wellens (released), Manni Norkett (released), Zidane Iqbal (FC Utrecht, undisclosed), Ethan Laird (Birmingham, undisclosed)
In: Yankuba Minteh (Odense Boldklub, undisclosed), Sandro Tonali (AC Milan, undisclosed)
Out: Chris Wood (Nottingham Forest, undisclosed), Yankuba Minteh (Feyenoord, on loan), Ciaran Clark (released), Matty Longstaff (released), Harry Barclay (released), Joe Oliver (released), Dan Langley (released), Josh Stewart (released), Isaac Westendorf (released), Niall Brookwell (released), Matt Bondswell (Newport, loan)
In: Chris Wood (Newcastle, undisclosed)
Out: Jack Colback (released), Will Swan (Mansfield Town, undisclosed), Jordan Smith (released), Andre Ayew (released), Cafu (released), Jesse Lingard (released), Lyle Taylor (released)
Out: Jack O’Connell (released), Billy Sharp (released), Enda Stevens (released), Kyron Gordon (released)
In: Dejan Kulusevski (Juventus, undisclosed), Guglielmo Vicario (Empoli, undisclosed), James Maddison (Leicester, £40m)
Out: Lucas Moura (released), Jamie Bowden (released), Kallum Cesay (released), Malachi Fagan-Walcott (released), Roshaun Mathurin (released), Marqes Muir (released), Romaine Mundle (released), Harry Winks (Leicester, £ 10m)
In: Sean Moore (Cliftonville, undisclosed)
Out: Arthur Masuaku (Besiktas, undisclosed), Manuel Lanzini (released), Ademipo Odubeko (released), Armstrong Oko-Flex (released), Jamal Baptiste (released), Brian Kinnear (released), Asher Falase (released)
Out: Jeong Sang-bin (Minnesota United, undisclosed), Diego Costa (released), Joao Moutinho (released), Michael Agboola (released), Lee Harkin (released), Jack Hodnett (released), Luke Matheson (released), Taylor Perry (released), Jack Scott (released), Ruben Neves (Al-Hilal, £47m), Conor Coady (Leicester, £8.5m), Nathan Collins (Brentford, £23m)
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