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The Transferleague lists all player transfers and transfer fees for the Premier League and current Championship League football clubs. The transfers are updated regularly during both annual 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 season. If you find missing or incorrectly data please use the submit error form from the Site tab on the main menu to inform me and I will rectify mistakes and omissions. Please include a link so I can verify your information.

Transferleague also publishes information on fees paid to agents for football transfers and reports on the financial state of each Premier League club.

Transferleague will also calculate and publish the cost of each Premier League teams squad for each season.

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Southampton have struggled to gain any form and momentum throughout this current season
in the Premier League, in what has been the maiden campaign under newest
manager Mauricio Pellegrino.
The south coast club had high hopes going into the 2017/18 term under the guidance of their
latest Argentine boss, who replaced former French coach Claude Puel last summer at St
But proceedings haven't gone according to plan at all and the Saints find themselves
stuttering dangerously close to the relegation zone at this crucial stage of the top-flight
season, with immense pressure piling on Pellegrino himself.
It's clear that Southampton are in need of a massive boost in personnel during the January
transfer window, in order to ease their fears of a daunting drop down divisions to The
Championship next season.
Despite their unpromising position in the top tier standings after the turn of the New Year,
they are still seen as 11/2 outsiders to face a damaging relegation come next May. The
a resurgent Crystal Palace previously, as they were narrowly toppled 2-1 on home soil. 
To avoid any such nightmare becoming a reality this year, the Saints will need to invest in the
January transfer market to enhance their squad for the remainder of the present campaign.