Football Transfer Window 2022: Every single Performed DEAL of the Summer season Transfer Window Verify the complete list of Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Bundesliga

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Football Transfer Window 2022: Aurelien Tchouameni is the latest player to officially seal a transfer from AS Monaco to Real Madrid in the Summer window. Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez completed his transfer from Benfica to Premier League giants Liverpool. One of the most eye-catching transfers of the summer was Erling Haaland joining Manchester City following the footsteps of his father. Follow InsideSport.IN for the latest football transfer news and updates.

OFFICIALLY DONE! Manchester City officially confirm the signing of Erling Haaland, Norwegian goal-machine arrives at Etihad Stadium

Football Transfer Window 2022: Every DONE DEAL of the Summer Transfer Window; Check the full list of Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Bundesliga

Football Transfer Window 2022: PREMIER LEAGUE

Arsenal: Matt Turner (from New England, €6.4m), Marquinhos (from São Paulo, €4m); Alex Lacazette (to Lyon, free)

Aston Villa: Diego Carlos (from Sevilla, €31m), Philippe Coutinho (from Barcelona, €20m), Boubacar Kamara (from Marseille, free), Robin Olsen (from Roma, €3.5m); Matt Targett (to Newcastle, €17m)

Bournemouth: Gary Cahill (released)

Chelsea: Antonio Rüdiger (to Real Madrid, free)

Everton: Jonjoe Kenny (to Hertha BSC, free), Fabian Delph (released)

Fulham: Fábio Carvalho (to Liverpool, €6m), André Zambo Anguissa (to Napoli, €15m)

Leeds: Brenden Aaronson (from RB Salzburg, €33m), Rasmus Kristensen (from RB Salzburg, €12m)

Football Transfer Window 2022: Every DONE DEAL of the Summer Transfer Window; Check the full list of Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Bundesliga
Football Transfer Window 2022: Every DONE DEAL of the Summer Transfer Window; Check the full list of Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Bundesliga

Liverpool: Darwin Núñez (from Benfica, €75m) Fábio Carvalho (from Fulham, €6m); Divock Origi, Loris Karius (both released)

Manchester City: Erling Haaland (from Dortmund, €75m); Fernandinho (released)

Manchester United: Nemanja Matić (to Roma, free), Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard (all released)

Newcastle United: Matt Targett (from Aston Villa, €17m), Isaac Hayden (to Norwich, loan)

Southampton: Fraser Forster (to Tottenham, free)

Tottenham Hotspur: Ivan Perišić (from Inter, free), Fraser Forster (from Southampton, free); Cameron Carter-Vickers (to Celtic, €8m)

West Ham: Mark Noble (retired), Andriy Yarmolenko, Ryan Fredericks (both released)

Wolves: Hee-chan Hwang (from RB Leipzig, €16.5m); Rúben Vinagre (to Sporting CP, €10m), Romain Saïss, John Ruddy (released), Marçal (Botafogo, free)

LA LIGA:

Almería: Alejandro Pozo (from Sevilla, €3m), Srdjan Babic (from Red Star, €1m)

Athletic Club: Unai López (to Rayo Vallecano, undisclosed)

Atlético Madrid: Samuel Lino (from Gil Vicente, €6.5m); Luis Suárez (released), Héctor Herrera (to Houston, free)

Barcelona: Pablo Torre (from Racing Santander, €5m); Philippe Coutinho (to Aston Villa, €20m), Dani Alves (released)

Cádiz: Rubén Alcaraz (from Real Valladolid, €1m); David Mayoral (released)

Celta Vigo: Okay Yokuslu (to Getafe, €3m); Nolito, Emre Mor (both released)

Elche: Ezequiel Ponce (from Spartak Moscow, €5m); Antonio Barragán (released)

Espanyol: Brian Oliván (from Mallorca, free)

Getafe: Hugo Duro (from Valencia, €4m), Okay Yokuslu (from Celta Vigo, €3m); Mathías Olivera (to Napoli, €11m), Hugo Duro (to Valencia, €4m)

Mallorca: Pablo Maffeo (from Stuttgart, €3m); Joan Sastre (to PAOK, €400k)

Osasuna: Jonás Ramalho, Iñigo Pérez (both released)

Rayo Vallecano: Unai López (from Athletic Club, undisclosed)

Real Betis: Willian José (from Real Sociedad, €10m), Luis Henrique (from Fluminese, €5m); Joel Robles, Cristian Tello (both released)

Football Transfer Window 2022: Every DONE DEAL of the Summer Transfer Window; Check the full list of Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Bundesliga
Football Transfer Window 2022: Every DONE DEAL of the Summer Transfer Window; Check the full list of Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Bundesliga

Real Madrid: Aurelién Tchouaméni (from Monaco, €100m) Antonio Rüdiger (from Chelsea, free); Gareth Bale, Isco, Marcelo (all released)

Real Sociedad: Mohamed-Ali Cho (from Angers, €15m); Willian José (to Real Betis, €10m), Adnan Januzaj, Nacho Monreal, Kévini Rodrigues (all released)

Real Valladolid: Monchu (from Granada, €1.5m); Rubén Alcaraz (to Cádiz, €1m)

Sevilla: Diego Carlos (to Aston Villa, €31m), Alejandro Pozo (to Almería, €3m)

Valencia: Hugo Duro (from Getafe, €4m); Denis Cheryshev (released)

Villarreal: Sergio Asenjo (released)

SERIE A:

Bologna: Michel Aebischer (from Young Boys, €4m); Nicolas Viola (released)

Empoli: Petar Stojanovic (from Dinamo Zagreb, €1.2m)

Fiorentina: Federico Brancolini (to Lecce, free)

Inter: Ivan Perišić (to Tottenham, free), Andreaw Gravillon (to Stade Reims, €3.5m), Andrea Ranocchi, Matías Vecino (both released)

Juventus: Giorgio Chiellini (to LAFC, free), Paulo Dybala (released)

Lazio: Jorge Silva, Thomas Strakosha, Lucas Leiva (all released)

Lecce: Federico Brancolini (from Fiorentina, free)

Milan: Jens Petter Hauge (to Eintracht Frankfurt, €12m)

Napoli: André Zambo Anguissa (from Fulham, €15m), Mathías Olivera (from Getafe, €11m), Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (from Dinamo Batumi, €10m); Lorenzo Insigne (to Toronto, free), Faouzi Ghoulam, Kévin Malcuit (both released)

Roma: Nemanja Matić (from Man Utd, free); Pau López (to Marseille, €12m), Cengiz Ünder (to Marseille, €8.5m), Robin Olsen (to Aston Villa, €3.5m), Davide Santon (released)

Sassuolo: Filip Djuričić (released)

Salernitana: Luigi Sepe (from Parma, free)

Torino: Cristian Ansaldi (released)

Udinese: Festy Ebosele (from Derby, free), Sandi Lovric (from Lugano, free), Leonardo Buta (from Braga, free); Jens Stryger Larsen (released)

BUNDESLIGA:

Augsburg: Arne Maier (from Hertha BSC, €5m), Maximilian Bauer (from Fürth, free)

Bayer Leverkusen: Adam Hložek (from Sparta Prague, €13m); Julian Baumgartlinger (released)

Bayern Munich: Noussair Mazraoui (from Ajax, €20m), Ryan Gravenbech (from Ajax, €18.5m); Niklas Süle (to Dortmund, free), Corentin Tolisso (released), Christian Früchtl (to Austria Wien, €700k), Ron-Thorben Hoffmann (to Eintracht Braunschweig, undisclosed)

Bochum: Kevin Stöger (from Mainz, free), Philipp Hofmann (from Karlsruher SC, free); Maxim Leitsch (to Mainz, €3m), Miloš Pantović (to Union Berlin, free)

Borussia Dortmund: Karim Adeyemi (from RB Salzburg, €30m), Nico Schlotterbeck (from Freiburg, €20m), Niklas Süle (from Bayern, free), Salih Özcan (from Köln, €5m), Alexander Meyer (from Regensburg, free), Marcel Lotka (from Hertha, free); Erling Haaland (to Man City, €75m), Steffen Tigges (to Köln, €2m) Roman Bürki (to St Louis, free), Marwin Hitz (to Basel, free), Axel Witsel, Dan-Axel Zagadou (both released)

Borussia Mönchengladbach: Matthias Ginter (to Freiburg, free)

Eintracht Frankfurt: Jens Petter Hauge (from Milan, €12m), Randal Kolo Muani (from Nantes, free), Hrvoje Smolcic (from Rijeka, €2.5m), Jérôme Onguéné (from RB Salzburg, free), Faride Alidou (from Hamburg, free); Steven Zuber (to AEK Athens, €1.5m), Dominik Kohr (to Mainz, €1.5m), Rodrigo Zalazar (to Schalke, €1.5m)

FC Köln: Luca Killian (from Mainz, €2m), Linton Maina (from Hannover, free), Steffen Tigges (from Dortmund, €2m); Salih Özcan (to Dortmund, €5m)

Hertha BSC: Jessic Ngankam (from Fürth, €2m), Filip Uremovic (from Rubin Kazan, free), Jonjoe Kenny (from Everton, free); Arne Maier (to Augsburg, €5m), Niklas Stark (to Bremen, free), Alexander Schwolow (to Schalke, loan), Marcel Lotka (to Dortmund, free), Lukas Klünter (released), Anton Kade (to Basel, free)

Mainz: Maxim Leitsch (from Bochum, €3m), Dominik Kohr (from Frankfurt, €1.5m), Marcus Ingvartsen (from Union Berlin, €2.3m), Delano Burgzorg (from Heracles, €2m), Anthony Caci (from Strasbourg, free), Aymen Barkok, Danny Da Costa (both from Frankfurt, free); Jeremiah St Juste (to Sporting CP, €9.5m), Luca Killian (to Köln, €2m), Kevin Stöger (to Bochum, free) Jean-Paul Boëtius, Daniel Brosinski (released)

RB Leipzig: Hee-chan Hwang (to Wolves, €16.5m), Tom Krauß (to Schalke, loan)

SC Freiburg: Matthias Ginter (from Gladbach, free); Nico Schlotterbeck (to Dortmund, €20m), Janik Haberer (to Union Berlin, free)

Schalke: Florent Mollet (from Montpellier, €500k), Thomas Oujewan (from Alkmaar, €2m), Rodrigo Zalazar (from Frankfurt, €1.5m), Leo Greiml (from Rapid Vienna, free), Tobias Mohr (from Heidenheim, €1m), Ibrahima Cissé (from Gent, free), Tom Krauß (from RB Leipzig, loan), Alexander Schwolow (from Hertha BSC, loan); Salif Sané, Marc Rzatkowski (both released)

Stuttgart: Erik Thommy, Daniel Didavi (both released)

TSG Hoffenheim: Grischa Prömel (from Union Berlin, free), Finn-Ole Becker (from St Pauli, free); Florian Grillitsch, Havard Nordtveit (both released)

Union Berlin: Jamie Leweling (from Fürth, €4m), Paul Seguin (from Fürth, free), Janik Haberer (from Freiburg, free), Miloš Pantović (from Bochum, free), Tim Skarke (from Darmstadt, free), Danilho Doekhi (from Vitesse Arnhem, free); Grischa Prömel (to Hoffenheim, free), Marcus Ingvartsen (to Mainz, €2.3m), Andreas Luthe (to Kaiserslautern, free), Jakob Busk, Bastian Oczipka, Anthony Ujah (all released)

Werder Bremen: Niklas Stark (from Hertha BSC, free), Amos Pieper (from Bielefeld, free); Ömer Toprak (released)

Wolfsburg: Jakub Kaminski (from Lech Poznan, €10m), Patrick Wimmer (from Bielefeld, €5m); John-Anthony Brooks, William (both released)

LIGUE 1

Ajaccio: Gédéon Kalulu (to Lorient, free)

Angers: Miha Blazic (from Ferencváros, free), Yahia Fofana (from Le Havre, free), Himad Abdelli (from Le Havre, free), Amine Salama (from Dunkerque, free); Mohamed-Ali Cho (to Real Sociedad, €15m), Mathias Pereira Lage (to Brest, free)

Auxerre: Xiaoxuan Ji (released)

Brest: Sébastian Cibois (from Rodez, free; Mathias Pereira Lage (to Angers, free)

Lens: Adam Buksa (€9m from New England)

Lille: Burak Yilmaz, Xeka, Jérémy Pied (all released)

Lorient: Gédéon Kalulu (from Ajaccio, free)

Lyon: Alexandre Lacazette (from Arsenal, free), Rémy Riou (from Caen, free); Papa Cheikh (released)

Marseille: Pau López (from Roma, €12m), Cengiz Ünder (from Roma, €8.5m); Boubacar Kamara (to Aston Villa, free), Lucas Perrin (to Strasbourg, €1.5m)

Monaco: Aurelién Tchouaméni (to Real Madrid, €100m), Cesc Fàbregas, Djibril Sidibé (both released), Jean-Eudes Aholou (to Strasbourg, €3m)

Montpellier: Théo Sainte-Luce (from Nîmes, free), Arnaud Nordin (from Saint-Étienne, free); Florent Mollet (to Schalke, €500k), Mihailo Ristic (Benfica, free)

Nantes: Randal Kolo Muani (to Frankfurt, free), Roli Pereira de Sa (to Sochaux, free)

Nice: Marcin Bulka (from PSG, €2m)

PSG: Nuno Mendes (from Sporting CP, €38m); Ángel di María (released), Marcin Bulka (to Nice, €2m)

Reims: Andreaw Gravillon (from Inter, €3.5m), Kobi Henry (from Orange County, €500k); Sambou Sissoko, Moussa Doumbia, Ghislain Konan (all released)

Rennes: Jérémy Gélin, Pépé Bonet, Jonas Martin (all released)

Strasbourg: Jean-Eudes Aholou (from Monaco, €3m), Lucas Perrin (from Marseille, €1.5m); Anthony Caci (to Mainz, free)

Troyes: Jackson Porozo (from Boavista, €3.5m); Benrandy Abdallah (released)

Football Transfer Window 2022: Every DONE DEAL of the Summer Transfer Window; Check the full list of Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Bundesliga

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