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The Transfer League lists all players transfers and transfer fees for english premier league and current Championship football clubs. The transfers are updated regularly during the January and summer transfer window. We also bring you the very latest transfer news in the transfer windows. As well as listing all transfers and transfer fees we compare clubs transfer spending with their progress in the premiership and against other clubs .

The site also compares managers transfer spending in relation to the clubs final league position for each premier league and Championship season. The figures are as accurate as possible. In some instances a fee as undisclosed while we look for a reliable source for the fee. If you find a missing or incorrectly recorder transfer please use the submit error form to inform me and I will rectify mistakes and omissions. Please include a link so I can verify your information. TransferLeague.co.uk is the best place for football fans to keep up with ongoing transfers deals from around the world. Footie fans who enjoy gambling like sports betting or games of luck like roulette and slots, may be interested in checking out the Casino.org guide on staying safe when playing online. If you would prefer to play poker, you can learn here with other UK online players.  Find a great selection of leading UK online casino brands when you visit www.bestukcasinos.co.uk a leading reviews and ratings site for British players.

 

 

With the domestic season now over for England’s major teams, the focus of the attention now switches to the international stage. Next month’s European Championships could well prove to be one of the most competitive tournaments in recent history as a result of the wealth of talent throughout the competition. However, as international managers and players involved in the tournament will have a sole focus of success in France, domestic managers will be furiously negotiating to bring in their targets ahead of the next league campaign. Many of Roy Hodgson’s England squad will be among those names being scouted, with good performances at Euro 2016 only heightening their growing reputations.

The likes of John Stones, Daniel Sturridge and Andros Townsend all thought to be the subject of transfer activity during the summer, Roy Hodgson has a fight on his hands to maintain the focus of some of his most prized assets. With Hodgson having named his provisional squad for the Euro’s this week, the England squad is unlikely to surprise many as the former Inter Milan manager puts faith in the names that ensured their countries participation in France. Marcus Rashford and Fabian Delph are perhaps the two biggest surprises in the squad, however their inclusion in the final twenty-three man squad seems unlikely. Bookmakers Coral have full coverage of the upcoming tournament, and they tip England at 9/1 to claim a first European title.

Everton defender was caught in the middle of a transfer saga between Chelsea and the Liverpool based side throughout the season, and is likely to once again seek a transfer away from Goodison Park after what has been another disappointing season on Merseyside. Manchester rivals United and City have reportedly joined Chelsea in the battle for Stones’ services, however it is Chelsea who remain the favourites with bookmakers Coral to sign the former Barnsley man.

Elsewhere, Daniel Sturridge heads to France off the back of a frustrating season under new manger Jurgen Klopp. Despite a fruitful end to the season, Liverpool’s number nine could well be seeking a move away from Anfield in the summer, with Arsenal 8/1 favourites with Coral to sign the former Manchester City and Chelsea man.

Following their relegation from the Premier League, Newcastle United face the prospect of losing a number of their better players. Despite having only signed for the North-East club in the January transfer window, Andros Townsend may well seek a move back to the top flight as he looks to fulfil his international ambitions. West ham and Southampton are both thought to be interested in triggering a report release clause in the former Tottenham man’s contract.

 

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11 Aug 2016 11:12

Yesterday was  a quite day transfer wise. West Ham added to the Managers Comparison Table as requested by a user. Transfers update. Reported Errors corrected.

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