The PL transfer window is in its final week, and most clubs still have unfinished transfers to complete.
Here’s the news from the English teams…
Let’s start with surprising news first.
Bayern man Renato Sanchez is looking for a move away from the German giants in order to get more playing time, and Swansea look to be in pole position to sign him on a loan.
Chelsea also look to be in contention to sign him, but looks highly unlikely to happen.
Everton seem to be ruthless this time around, already having made mouth-watering signings.
Add to that list exiled Chelsea front-man Diego Costa, and this Everton team could be a force to be reckoned with, having already signed big names like Wayne Rooney, Sigurdsson, Pickford and Sandro.
Apparently, Diego Costa has signed for atletico for a fee around 45m, and will go on a loan to Everton till the time the transfer ban on Atletico is lifted.
Chelsea is almost certain to get Arsenal winger Oxlade-Chamberlain for a fee around 35m, along with Danny Drinkwater also certain to pen a deal with the champions.
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Chelsea also seem to be greatly interested in Swansea forward Fernando Llorente, who would provide great support in the attack in a very busy season for the blues.
Chelsea haven’t given up on Alex Sandro yet, despite the Turin club adamant that he isn’t for sale.
Academy fellow Jeramine Boga signed a contract extension with Chelsea and goes to championship side Birmingham City for the season on loan.
Liverpool also have a lot of business to do, with the Reds pursuing AS Monaco star Lemar, already having two bids rejected.
In stunning news for the fans, Liverpool have managed to reach an agreement with RB Leipzig over the transfer of Naby Keira for 2018-19 season onwards, with the man playing for the German club for this season following their first foray in the Champions League.
It is also believed that Coutinho is following in the footsteps of Luiz Suarez, ready to give Liverpool one more season, before finally deciding on his future.
The Manchester clubs both look happy with their signings, and don’t seem too excited to be a part of any more signings.
United, however, might land Spurs target Audience with the help of their star Paul Pogba, who has a talk with Aurier.
Meanwhile, Spurs look set to edge Chelsea in the race to sign Ross Barkley, which could lead to Dele Alli leaving the club next season.
This week could be the most critical one for teams, as the market is already very volatile following the big money move of Neymar to PSG.
It’s make or break for the English teams now, as 5 of them face the best in Europe in the Champions League.