The English Premier League is going to resume this month.There will be an opening game between Arsenal and Leicester.It is one month before the closure of the transfer window and clubs have made very huge transfers. With that in mind, let’s see the various signings of this coming season. The Gunners experienced the first huge signing in their history. After playing for Lyon for several years, Lacazette has come to set his skills in Arsenal. Lacazette is one of the most experienced strikers in the European belt. Lacazette signed a five year deal with his new club and he is having a very good time familiarizing with his fellow players. Lacazette was bought for 46.5 million Euros in the deal. Arsenal has been showing their interest in this striker over the years in many transfer windows, and finally, they got him.
The red devils too participated in the transfer window. Romelu Lukaku, a very experienced forward from Everton landed in Manchester united for a five year deal.A 75 million Euros deal took place, and there are also speculations that there is a 15 million adds-on fee. Chelsea and Man United was bidding for him but fortunately landed in Manchester. Speculations have it that Pogba; a key midfielder for Manchester United influenced the transfer of this player. This deal came to be known in the whole world with the fact that a mistake of publish was done in an Irish paper, The Herald. Instead of the picture of Lukaku been printed on the back page of the paper, the picture of Stormzy, an American rapper was present. Stormzy happens to be a very big fan of Manchester United his tweet showed how angry he was for that mistake.
Chelsea also was not left out in the transfer market. Morata left Real Madrid for Chelsea. The striker said that his decision to join Chelsea was steered by Antonio Conte, the current club manager. Chelsea spent a whopping 65 million Euros deal slightly higher than the fee Fernando Torres was sold.
Bournemouth also bought a sizzling striker, Jermaine Defoe. The club he was playing for was relegated and this caused him to go to Bournemouth. Despite his club being relegated, he also managed to score 15 goals through the season. After a long run without any homecoming made, Rooney was able to go back to his Merseyside club, Everton. Rooney went to Everton for a free transfer after becoming one of the all-time highest goal scorer in Manchester United.Rooney managed to sign a two year deal with his boyhood club.This move was seen to be emotional though he was happy about it.