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Five Most Promising Summer Transfer Deals



After a long and dreary summer without football each and every week, fans across the nation will be licking their lips as the new season finally kicks off. 

The new 2019/20 Premier League campaign is set to provide the usual drama and excitement and there’s even more reason to have high expectations after a host of new signings across the division. 

Whether it’s the prospect of seeing new talent on show as a neutral or simply the thought of fresh faces within your supported club, there’s a lot to be prepared for in the coming months. A full list of the biggest and best deals can viewed at:

So, ahead of the big kick-off, here are five of the most promising transfer deals to have taken place across the summer window and those players who may star this term in their new colours. 

1. Youri Tielemans (Leicester City)

Leicester City benefited loads from Belgian ace Youri Tielemans last term while on loan. But they will now hope he can kick on and become a huge aspect in their plans after penning a permanent deal. 

The Foxes are tipped at to make a massive push this season under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers and potentially secure a famous top six spot in the division. 

2. Harry Maguire (Manchester United) 

England defender Harry Maguire became the most expensive defender in world football when he recently arrived at Old Trafford. Was it too much money? Maybe. But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer badly needed a defensive boost and Maguire does have vital Premier League experience which could be crucial this term. 

A full list of the club’s most expensive ever transfers can be seen at Maguire now tops that list following his arrival from the Foxes this summer. 

3. Rodri (Manchester City)

Premier League champions Manchester City will be confident of retaining their crown this season under the guidance of Pep Guardiola, especially after a beneficial acquisition of Rodri. 

The Spain international, who operates as a holding midfielder, has looked promising in pre-season and was key to the Community Shield win over rivals Liverpool. 

He’s a player that Guardiola will undoubtedly rely on a lot in the coming months to anchor his central areas and he may be a pivotal player to yet another silverware-laden term. 

4. Patrick Cutrone (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

This is a massive deal which raised plenty of eyebrows after Wolves somehow managed to land a young forward who was previously regarded as one of the hottest prospects in European football. 

Arriving from AC Milan, Cutrone is a very talented attacker and is likely to become a fan favourite if he can adapt to English football swiftly. At only 21 years of age too, he has plenty of years ahead of him at Molineaux, during which time he could boost his reputation further. 

5. Moise Kean (Everton)

This is another big move that has surprised a lot of fans, particularly the actual Everton supporters! 

Moise Kean was seemingly set to become one of Juventus’ biggest breakout starlets but instead, they offloaded him to the Toffees. With a keen eye for a vital goal, he may prove to be a signature signing for boss Marco Silva.