Deadline day in the summer transfer window is always thrilling for football fans, with clubs making last-minute moves to strengthen their squads.
Fabrizio Romano, the esteemed transfer insider, once again gave us a glimpse into the drama of deadline day. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
In this article, we’ll delve into the late-breaking transfers confirmed by Romano via his Twitter page, shedding light on the deals that have added intrigue and excitement to the conclusion of the 2023 summer transfer window.
Fodé Ballo Touré to Fulham
Fulham secured a surprising deal for Fodé Ballo Touré. The transfer involved a loan agreement with no buy option clause. Touré, a left-back, joins Fulham as a last-minute addition to Marco Silva’s squad. This transfer brings additional depth to Fulham’s defence and could be a valuable asset for the club during the upcoming season.
Divock Origi’s Move to Nottingham Forest
Divock Origi completed his move to Nottingham Forest. The deal involved a loan arrangement with a buy option. Origi, known for his time at Liverpool, will ply his trade at the Championship club. This signing provides Nottingham Forest with an experienced striker who can significantly impact their push for promotion.
Randal Kolo Muani’s Big Move to Paris Saint-Germain
One of the standout transfers of the deadline day was Randal Kolo Muani’s move to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). PSG secured the services of the striker in a deal worth €90 million from Eintracht Frankfurt. Kolo Muani signed a five-year contract with the French giants. This signing underscores PSG’s ambition to strengthen their squad with top talents.
Mariano Díaz Joins Sevilla on a Free Transfer
Former Real Madrid striker Mariano Díaz made a notable move to Sevilla on a free transfer. Díaz’s arrival at Sevilla adds depth to their attacking options and could prove to be a shrewd acquisition for the La Liga club.
Burnley’s Signing of Mike Tresor
Burnley confirmed the signing of Genk attacker Mike Tresor in a deal worth €18 million. This transfer highlights Burnley’s commitment to bolstering their squad for the Premier League season.
Mason Greenwood’s Loan Move to Getafe
Mason Greenwood, a talented young forward from Manchester United, secured a loan move to Getafe. He is expected to return to Manchester United in 2024. This loan move allows Greenwood to gain valuable playing time and experience in La Liga.
Brennan Johnson’s Transfer to Tottenham
Tottenham signed Brennan Johnson from Nottingham Forest in a £47 million package deal. Johnson’s contract with Tottenham is valid until June 2029. This transfer represents a significant investment in the young talent, and he is expected to contribute to Tottenham’s future success.
Abde’s Move to Real Betis
Abde switched to Real Betis in a €7.5 million deal, with Barcelona retaining 50% of his rights. This transfer showcases Real Betis’s ambition to strengthen their squad and compete at a higher level.
Other Notable Transfers
Several other notable transfers were confirmed on deadline day:
Juan Bernat joined Benfica on a loan move from Paris Saint-Germain.
Rob Holding signed for Crystal Palace on a three-year deal from Arsenal, with a £4 million fee confirmed.
Odisseas Vlachodimos signed for Nottingham Forest.
Diego Moreira joined OL on loan from Chelsea until June 2024.
Eric Garcia joined Girona on a loan deal from Barcelona with no buy option.
Ibrahim Sangaré completed a €35m package move to Nottingham Forest
Sofyan Amrabat’s Dream Move to Manchester United
Sofyan Amrabat fulfilled his dream by joining Manchester United. The Moroccan midfielder expressed his excitement: “I’m someone who always listens to my heart, and now I am representing the club of my dreams.” His move to Manchester United adds depth to their midfield and strengthens their squad for the upcoming season.
These transfers will undoubtedly impact the upcoming football season, and fans worldwide eagerly await these players’ performances in their new clubs. CONTINUE READING>>>>>