The Transfer Deadline day is here, and every club is trying to get their club in perfect shape before the day ends. The last day of the transfer window has been one of the most existing days because many shocking deals have been done on the last day, which changed the whole scenario of the team.
Chelsea Club has been the biggest spender in the transfer market for the last year as they have already used 1 billion euros dollar in the span of 1 year, which is the most spent by anyone. They signed Moises Caicedo for about 115 million euros, a record-breaking deal for the club and the premier league. However, the debutant debut was not quite as good as all fans expected, but still, they went for another blunder signing at the end of the day as they signed Cole Palmer for about 40 million euros and a further 2.5 million add-ons, which is quite a huge amount for the player who started only 3 Premier League matches but its matter of time which can tell if the deal going to be a success one or another failure just like Kai Havertz and Timo Werner.
Manchester United signed Altay Bayindir as the 2nd choice goalkeeper after Dean Henderson went to Crystal Palace to be their first-choice goalkeeper for about 15 million euros plus 5 million add-ons as Man United recently signed Onana from Inter Milan.
One of the most surprising last deals is Italian and Juventus legendary defender Leonardo Bonucci signed for Union Berline, who is going to play their first UEFA Champions League tournament, and they want someone with lots of experience. The Fee has not been disclosed yet, but the 36-year-old defender is not going to play more than three years for sure.
The latest transfer is Matheus Nunes, who has been signed by Manchester City from Wolves as Man City is looking for a replacement for Kevin de Bryune. The fee is not disclosed, but it is going to cost Man City more than 50+ million euros.
Arsenal loans out Nuno Tavares to Nottingham Forest, as the full-back was not a success in the Arsenal team and only started for 22 matches and was loaned in the 2022/2023 season. Axel Iwobi also agreed to join Fulham permanently, and the amount is said to be around 22. Gini Wijnaldum signed a three-year deal for Al Ettifaq from Paris Saint-Germain.
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