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Every Premier League summer transfer

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What a summer.

As usual, massive names were floated all summer as potential Premier League arrivals, returns, or departures.

Some of those materialized as predicted, with Alexandre Lacazette, Alvaro Morata (above), and Mohamed Salah coming to England.

[ MORE: Latest transfer news ] 

Others, like Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, and Thomas Lemar, did not move at all.

Then there were the intra-league moves that happened or didn’t. As of post time, there are no new homes for Alexis Sanchez, Riyad Mahrez, and Diego Costa.

So who did move? Below are all the deals for each club via PremierLeague.com.

AFC Bournemouth

In
Asmir Begovic (Chelsea) Undisclosed Details
Jermain Defoe (Sunderland) Free Details
Nathan Ake (Chelsea) Undisclosed Details
Connor Mahoney (Blackburn Rovers) Undisclosed Details

Out
Mark Travers (Weymouth) Loan Details
Ryan Allsop (Blackpool) Loan Details
Jordan Lee (Torquay United) Loan Details
Lewis Grabban (Sunderland) Loan Details
Sam Surridge (Yeovil Town) Loan Details
Ben Whitfield (Port Vale) Loan Details
Harry Cornick (Luton Town) Undisclosed Details
Sam Matthews (Eastleigh) Loan Details
Jordan Green (Yeovil Town) Free Details
Max Gradel (Toulouse) Loan Details
Baily Cargill (Fleetwood Town) Loan Details
Joe Quigley (Newport County) Loan Details
Mihai Dobre (Bury) Loan Details
Matt Worthington (Yeovil Town) Loan Details
Adam Federici (Nottingham Forest) Loan Details

Arsenal

In
Sead Kolasinac (Schalke) Free Details
Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon) Undisclosed Details

Out
Takuma Asano (Stuttgart) Loan Details
Chris Willock (Benfica) Free Details
Kaylen Hinds (Wolfsburg) Undisclosed Details
Marc Bola (Bristol Rovers) Loan Details
Dan Crowley (Willem ll) Undisclosed Details
Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus) Undisclosed Details
Emi Martinez (Getafe) Loan Details
Stephy Mavididi (Preston North End) Loan Details
Gabriel Paulista (Valencia) Undisclosed Details
Carl Jenkinson (Birmingham City) Loan Details
Cohen Bramall (Birmingham City) Loan Details
Ismael Bennacer (Empoli) Undisclosed Details
Savvas Mourgos (Norwich City) Undisclosed Details
Jon Toral (Hull City) Undisclosed Details
Kieran Gibbs (West Brom) Undisclosed Details
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Liverpool) Undisclosed Details
Kelechi Nwakali (VVV-Venlo) Loan 
Details
Donyell Malen (PSV Eindhoven) Undisclosed Details
Lucas Perez (Deportivo de La Coruna) Loan Details
Joel Campbell (Real Betis) Loan Details

Brighton & Hove Albion

In
Pascal Gross (Ingolstadt) Undisclosed Details
Josh Kerr (Celtic) Undisclosed Details
Mathew Ryan (Valencia) Undisclosed Details
Markus Suttner (Ingolstadt) Undisclosed Details
Mathias Normann (FK Bodo/Glimt) Undisclosed Details
Izzy Brown (Chelsea) Loan Details
Steven Alzate (Leyton Orient) Undisclosed Details
Ales Mateju (Viktoria Plzen) Undisclosed Details
Davy Propper (PSV Eindhoven) Undisclosed Details
Soufyan Ahannach (Almere City) Undisclosed Details
Jose Izquierdo (Club Brugge) Undisclosed Details
Ezequiel Schelotto (Sporting Lisbon) Undisclosed Details
Tim Krul (Newcastle United) Loan Details

Out
Elvis Manu (Genclerbirligi SK) Free Details
Jordan Maguire-Drew (Lincoln City) Loan Details
Christian Walton (Wigan) Loan Details
Rob Hunt (Oldham Athletic) Undisclosed Details
Oliver Norwood (Fulham) Loan Details
Ben White (Newport County) Loan Details
Tom Dallison (Accrington Stanley) Loan Details
Tyler Forbes (Accrington Stanley) Loan Details
Kazenga LuaLua (QPR) Loan Details
Archie Davies (Whitehawk) Loan Details
Mathias Normann (Molde) Loan Details
Rohan Ince (Bury) Loan Details

Burnley

In
Charlie Taylor (Leeds United) Undisclosed Details
Jonathan Walters (Stoke City) Undisclosed Details
Jack Cork (Swansea) Undisclosed Details
Phil Bardsley (Stoke City) Undisclosed Details
Adam Legzdins (Birmingham City) Undisclosed Details
Chris Wood (Leeds United) Undisclosed Details
Nakhi Wells (Huddersfield Town) Undisclosed Details

Out
Michael Kightly (released) Details
Joey Barton (released) Details
George Green (released) Details
R J Pingling (released) Details
Christian Hill (released) Details
Taofiq Olmowewe (released) Details
Jon Flanagan (Liverpool) End of loan Details
Josh Ginnelly (Lincoln City) Loan Details
Michael Keane (Everton) Rising to £30m Details
Ntumba Massanka (Wrexham) Loan Details
Bradley Jackson (Southport) Loan Details
Rouwen Hennings (Fortuna Dusseldorf) Free Details
Paul Robinson (retired) Details
Connor King (Barnoldswick Town) Loan Details
Tendayi Darikwa (Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed Details
Chris Long (Northampton Town) Loan Details
Alex Whitmore (Bury) Loan Details
Aiden O'Neill (Fleetwood Town) Loan Details
Conor Mitchell (Chester FC) Loan Details
Andre Gray (Watford) Undisclosed Details
Luke Hendrie (Bradford City) Loan Details
Tom Anderson (Port Vale) Loan Details
Daniel Agyei (Walsall) Loan Details

Chelsea

In
Willy Caballero Free Details
Antonio Rudiger (Roma) Undisclosed Details
Tiemoue Bakayoko (Monaco) Undisclosed Details
Alvaro Morata (Real Madrid) Undisclosed Details
Kylian Hazard (Ujpest) Undisclosed Details
Davide Zappacosta (Torino) Undisclosed Details
Danny Drinkwater (Leicester City) Undisclosed Details

Chelsea’s Tiemoue Bakayoko (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Out
Juan Cuadrado (Juventus) Undisclosed Details
Christian Atsu (Newcastle United) Undisclosed Details
Asmir Begovic (AFC Bournemouth) Undisclosed Details
Dominic Solanke (Liverpool) Free Details
Alex Kiwomya (Doncaster Rovers) Undisclosed Details
Bertrand Traore (Olympique Lyonnais) Undisclosed Details
Fankaty Dabo (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan Details
Nathan Ake (AFC Bournemouth) Undisclosed Details
Tammy Abraham (Swansea City) Loan Details
Kasey Palmer (Huddersfield) Loan Details
Todd Kane (Groningen) Loan Details
Charlie Colkett (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan Details
Ola Aina (Hull City) Loan Details
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Crystal Palace) Loan Details
Nathaniel Chalobah (Watford) Undisclosed Details
Marco Van Ginkel (PSV Eindhoven) Loan Details
Ike Ugbo (Barnsley) Loan Details
Mukhtar Ali (Vitesse) Undisclosed Details
Kurt Zouma (Stoke City) Loan Details
Mason Mount (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan Details
Izzy Brown (Brighton) Loan Details
Tomas Kalas (Fulham) Loan Details
Michael Hector (Hull City) Loan Details
Jamal Blackman (Sheffield United) Loan Details
Matt Miazga (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan Details
Bekanty Victorien Angban (Waasland-Beveren) Loan Details
Nemanja Matic (Manchester United) Undisclosed Details
Mario Pasalic (Spartak Moscow) Loan Details
Lewis Baker (Middlesbrough) Loan Details
Kenneth Omeruo (Kasimpasa) Loan Details
Jeremie Boga (Birmingham City) Loan Details
Jordan Houghton (Doncaster Rovers) Loan Details

Crystal Palace

In
Manager: Frank De Boer Details
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea) Loan Details
Jairo Riedewald (Ajax) Undisclosed Details
Timothy Fosu-Mensah (Man Utd) Loan Details
Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool) $31-34 million

Out
Steve Mandanda (Marseille) Undisclosed Details
Ryan Inniss (Colchester United) Loan Details

Everton

In
Jordan Pickford (Sunderland) £25m Details
Davy Klaassen (Ajax) €27m Details
Nathangelo Markelo (FC Volendam) Undisclosed Details
Henry Onyekuru (Eupen) Undisclosed Details
Sandro Ramirez (Malaga) Undisclosed Details
Michael Keane (Burnley) Rising to £30m Details
Boris Mathis (Metz) Free Details
Anton Donkor (Wolfsburg) Loan Details
Josh Bowler (QPR) Undisclosed Details
Wayne Rooney (Man Utd) Undisclosed Details
Cuco Martina (Southampton) Free Details
Lewis Gibson (Newcastle United) Undisclosed Details
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea City) Undisclosed Details
Nikola Vlasic (Hajduk Split) Undisclosed Details

Out
Tom Cleverley (Watford) Undisclosed Details
Russell Griffiths (Motherwell) Free 
Conor McAleny (Fleetwood Town) Free
Henry Onyekuru (Anderlecht) Loan Details
Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona) Undisclosed Details
Brendan Galloway (Sunderland) Loan Details
Tyias Browning (Sunderland) Loan Details
Romelu Lukaku (Man Utd) Undisclosed Details
Aiden McGeady (Sunderland) Undisclosed Details
Courtney Duffus (Oldham Athletic) Undisclosed Details
Matthew Pennington (Leeds United) Loan Details
Joe Williams (Barnsley) Loan Details
Kieran Dowell (Nottingham Forest) Loan Details
Antonee Robinson (Bolton Wanderers) Loan Details
Gareth Barry (West Brom) Undisclosed Details
Conor Grant (Crewe Alexandra) Loan Details
Callum Connolly (Ipswich Town) Loan Details

Huddersfield Town

In
Laurent Depoitre (Porto) Undisclosed Details
Aaron Mooy (Man City) £8m Details
Jonas Lossl (Mainz) Loan Details
Tom Ince (Derby County) Undisclosed Details
Kasey Palmer (Chelsea) Loan Details
Danny Williams (Reading) Free Details
Steve Mounie (Montpellier) Undisclosed Details
Scott Malone (Fulham) Undisclosed Details
Mathias Jorgensen (FC Copenhagen) Undisclosed Details
Abdelhamid Sabiri (Nurnberg) Undicslosed Details
Florent Hadergjonaj (Ingolstadt) Loan Details
Robert Green (Leeds United) Undisclosed Details

Out
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis (Portsmouth) Loan Details
Jordy Hiwula (Fleetwood Town) Loan Details
Fraser Horsfall (Gateshead) Loan Details
Rekeil Pyke (Port Vale) Loan Details
Jack Payne (Oxford United) Loan Details
Mark Hudson (Retired to coach) Details
Luke Coddington (Northampton) Undisclosed Details
Sean Scannell (Burton Albion) Loan Details
Jordan Williams (Bury) Loan Details
Jason Davidson (released) Details
Nakhi Wells (Burnley) Undisclosed Details

Leicester City

In
Sam Hughes (Chester) Undisclosed Details
Harry Maguire (Hull City) Undisclosed Details
Vicente Iborra (Sevilla) Undisclosed Details
Eldin Jakupovic (Hull City) Undisclosed Details
Kelechi Iheanacho (Man City) Undisclosed Details
George Thomas (Coventry City) Undisclosed Details
Harvey Barnes (Barnsley) Loan Details

Harry Maguire of Leicester City (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)

Out
Ron-Robert Zieler (Stuttgart) Undisclosed Details
Bartosz Kapustka (Freiburg) Loan Details
Callum Elder (Wigan Athletic) Loan Details
Tom Lawrence (Derby County) Undisclosed Details
Nampalys Mendy (Nice) Loan Details
Danny Drinkwater (Chelsea) Undisclosed Details


Liverpool

In
Mohamed Salah (Roma) Undisclosed Details
Dominic Solanke (Chelsea) Free Details
Andrew Robertson (Hull City) Undisclosed Details
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal) Undisclosed Details

Out
Andre Wisdom (Derby County) Undisclosed Details
Ryan Fulton (Hamilton Academical) Undisclosed Details
Lucas Leiva (Lazio) Undisclosed Details
Kevin Stewart (Hull City) Undisclosed Details
Pedro Chirivella (Willem II) Loan Details
Connor Randall (Hearts) Loan Details
Taiwo Awoniyi (Royal Excel Mouscron) Loan Details
Shamal George (Carlisle United) Loan Details
Sheyi Ojo (Fulham) Loan Details
Allan (Apollon Limassol) Details
Ryan Kent (Freiburg) Loan Details
Sam Hart (Blackburn Rovers) Undisclosed Details
Mamadou Sakho (Crystal Palace) $31-34 million

Manchester City

In
Bernardo Silva (Monaco) Undisclosed Details
Ederson (Benfica) Undisclosed Details
Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur) Undisclosed Details
Douglas Luiz (Vasco De Gama) Undisclosed Details
Danilo (Real Madrid) Undisclosed Details
Benjamin Mendy (Monaco) Undisclosed Details

Out
Pablo Zabaleta (West Ham) Free Details
Gael Clichy (released) Details
Jesus Navas (released) Details
Willy Caballero (released) Details
Bacary Sagna (released) Details
Enes Unal (Villarreal) Undisclosed
Angus Gunn (Norwich City) Loan Details
Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield Town) £8m Details
Bersant Celina (Ipswich Town) Loan
Angelino (NAC Breda) Loan
Ruben Sobrino (Alaves) Undisclosed
Joe Coveney (Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed
Bruno Zuculini (Hellas Verona) Undisclosed
Olivier Ntcham (Celtic) Undisclosed
Nolito (Sevilla) Undisclosed Details
Joe Hart (West Ham United) Loan
Aleksandar Kolarov (Roma) Undisclosed Details
Aleix Garcia (Girona) Loan Details
Douglas Luiz (Girona) Loan Details
Marlos Moreno (Girona) Loan Details
Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester) Undisclosed Details
Fernando (Galatasaray) Undisclosed Details
Brandon Barker (Hibernian) Loan
Samir Nasri (Antalyaspor) Undisclosed Details
Patrick Roberts (Celtic) Loan
Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) Undisclosed
Jason Denayer (Galatasaray) Loan Details
Wilfried Bony (Swansea City) Undisclosed Details

Manchester United

In
Victor Lindelof (Benfica) Undisclosed Details
Romelu Lukaku (Everton) Undisclosed Details
Nemanja Matic (Chelsea) Undisclosed Details
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Unattached) Free Details

Lukaku  (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

Out
Josh Harrop (Preston North End) Free Details
Regan Poole (Northampton) Loan Details
Wayne Rooney (Everton) Undisclosed Details
Dean Henderson (Shrewsbury) Loan Details
Adnan Januzaj (Real Sociedad) Undisclosed Details
Sam Johnstone (Aston Villa) Loan Details
Devonte Redmond (Scunthorpe United) Loan Details
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson (Leeds) Loan Details
Timothy Fosu-Mensah (Crystal Palace) Loan Details
Guillermo Varela (Penarol) Undisclosed Details
Matty Willock (Utrecht) Loan Details

Newcastle United

In
Christian Atsu (Chelsea) Undisclosed Details
Florian Lejeune (Eibar) Undisclosed Details
Stefan O'Connor (Arsenal) Free Details
Josef Yarney (Everton) Free Details
Jacob Murphy (Norwich City) Undisclosed Details
Javier Manquillo (Atletico Madrid) Undisclosed Details
Mikel Merino (Borussia Dortmund) Loan Details
Joselu (Stoke City) Undisclosed Details

Out
Florian Thauvin (Marseille) Undisclosed Details
Kevin Mbabu (BSC Young Boys) Undisclosed Details
Matz Sels (Anderlecht) Loan Details
Haris Vuckic (FC Twente) Undisclosed Details
Lubomir Satka (DAC 1904) Free Details
Vurnon Anita (Leeds United) Free Details
Alex Gilliead (Bradford City) Loan Details
Tom Heardman (Bury) Loan Details
Adam Armstrong (Bolton) Loan Details
Yoan Gouffran (Goztepe Spor Kulubu) Free Details
Sean Longstaff (Blackpool) Loan Details
Daryl Murphy (Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed Details
Lewis Gibson (Everton) Undisclosed Details
Ivan Toney (Wigan Athletic) Loan Details
Emmanuel Riviere (Metz) Undisclosed Details
Stuart Findlay (Kilmarnock) Loan Details
Siem De Jong (Ajax) Undisclosed Details
Grant Hanley (Norwich City) Undisclosed Details
Tim Krul (Brighton & Hove Albion) Loan Details
Achaf Lazaar (Benevento Calcio) Loan Details

Southampton

In
Manager: Mauricio Pellegrino Details
Jan Bednarek (Lech Poznan) Undisclosed Details
Mario Lemina (Juventus) Undisclosed Details
Jack Rose (Unattached) Free Details
Wesley Hoedt (Lazio) Undisclosed Details

Out
Manager: Claude Puel Details
Cuco Martina (released) Details
Lloyd Isgrove (released) Details
Harley Willard (released) Details
Martin Caceres (released) Details
Jason McCarthy (Barnsley) Undisclosed Details
Jay Rodriguez (West Brom) Undisclosed Details
Harrison Reed (Norwich) Loan Details
Harry Lewis (Dundee United) Loan Details
Ryan Seager (MK Dons) Loan Details
Sam Gallagher (Birmingham City) Loan Details
Paulo Gazzaniga (Spurs) Undisclosed Details
Jordy Clasie (Club Brugge) Loan Details

Stoke City

In
Darren Fletcher (West Brom) Free Details
Josh Tymon (Hull City) Undisclosed Details
Tre Pemberton (Blackburn Rovers) Undisclosed Details
Kurt Zouma (Chelsea) Loan Details
Eric Maxwell Choupo-Moting (Schalke) Undisclosed Details
Bruno Martins Indi (Porto) €7.7m Details
Jese (Paris Saint-Germain) Loan Details
Kevin Wimmer (Tottenham Hotspur) £18m Details

Stoke’s Jese (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)

Out
Daniel Bachmann (released) Details
Shay Given (released) Details
Liam Edwards (released) Details
Harry Isted (released) Details
Joel Taylor (released) Details
George Waring (released) Details
Jonathan Walters (Burnley) Undisclosed Details
Glenn Whelan (Aston Villa) £1.25m Details
Marko Arnautovic (West Ham) Undisclosed Details
Phil Bardsley (Burnley) £750,000 Details
Dominic Telford (Bristol Rovers) Loan Details
Ryan Sweeney (Bristol Rovers) Loan Details
Marc Muniesa (Girona) Loan Details
Joselu (Newcastle United) Undisclosed Details
Philipp Wollscheid (Metz) Free Details
Giannelli Imbula (Toulouse) Loan Details
Bojan Krkic (Alaves) Loan Details

Swansea City

In
Erwin Mulder (Heerenveen) Free Details
Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) Loan Details
Roque Mesa (Las Palmas) £11m Details
Marc Walsh (Finn Harps) Details
Cian Harries (Coventry City) Undisclosed Details
Courtney Baker-Richardson (Leamington FC) Undisclosed Details
Sam Clucas (Hull City) Undisclosed Details
Jack Bainbridge (Unattached) Free Details
Renato Sanches (Bayern Munich) Loan Details
Steven Benda (1860 Munich) Undisclosed Details
Wilfried Bony (Manchester City) Undisclosed Details

Out
Gerhard Tremmel (released) Details
Marvin Emnes (released) Details
Liam Shephard (released) Details
Josh Vickers (released) Details
Owain Jones (released) Details
Tom Dyson (released) Details
Tom Holland (released) Details
Alex Samuel (Stevenage) Undisclosed Details
Franck Tabanou (released) Details
Bafetimbi Gomis (Galatasaray) Undisclosed Details
Daniel James (Shrewsbury Town) Loan Details
Borja Baston (Malaga) Loan Details
Jordi Amat (Real Betis) Loan Details
Jack Cork (Burnley) Undisclosed Details
Connor Roberts (Middlesbrough) Loan Details
Modou Barrow (Reading) Undisclosed Details
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Everton) Undisclosed Details
Matt Grimes (Northampton Town) Loan Details
Stephen Kingsley (Hull City) Undisclosed Details
Botti Biabi (Hamilton Academical) Loan Details
Mark Birighetti (NAC Breda) Undisclosed Details
Oli McBurnie (Barnsley) Loan Details
Fernando Llorente (Tottenham Hotspur) Undisclosed Details

Tottenham Hotspur

In 
Paulo Gazzaniga (Southampton) Undisclosed Details
Davinson Sanchez (Ajax) Undisclosed Details
Juan Foyth (Estudiantes) Undisclosed Details
Serge Aurier (Paris Saint-Germain) Undisclosed Details
Fernando Llorente (Swansea City) Undisclosed Details

Out
Connor Ogilvie (Gillingham) Loan Details
Luke Mcgee (Portsmouth) Undisclosed Details
Kyle Walker (Manchester City) Undisclosed Details
Federico Fazio (Roma) Undisclosed Details
Clinton Njie (Marseille) Undisclosed Details
Tom Glover (Central Coast Mariners) Loan Details
Anton Walkes (Atlanta United) Loan Details
Joshua Onomah (Aston Villa) Loan Details
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Sheffield United) Loan Details
Kevin Wimmer (Stoke City) £18m Details

Watford

In
Head coach: Marco Silva Details
Tom Cleverley (Everton) Undisclosed Details
Will Hughes (Derby County) Undisclosed Details
Daniel Bachmann (Stoke) Free Details
Kiko Femenia (Alaves) Free Details
Nathaniel Chalobah (Chelsea) Undisclosed Details
Richarlison (Fluminense) Undisclosed Details
Andre Gray (Burnley) Undisclosed Details
Andre Carrillo (Benfica) Loan Details
Orestis Karnezis (Udinese) Loan Details
Marvin Zeegelaar (Sporting Lisbon) Undisclosed Details
Molla Wague (Udinese) Loan Details

Out 
Dennon Lewis (Crawley Town) Loan Details
Mario Suarez (Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng) Undisclosed Details
Obbi Oulare (Royal Antwerp) Loan Details
Steven Berghuis (Feyenoord) Undisclosed Details
Juan Carlos Paredes (Released) Details
Giedrius Arlauskis (Released) Details
Valon Behrami (Udinese) Undisclosed Details

West Bromwich Albion

In
Jay Rodriguez (Southampton) Undisclosed Details
Yuning Zhang (Vitesse Arnhem) Undisclosed Details
Ben Pierce Details
Ahmed Hegazi (Al Ahly) Loan Details
Gareth Barry (Everton) Undisclosed Details
Oliver Burke (Red Bull Leipzig) Undisclosed Details
Kieran Gibbs (Arsenal) Undisclosed Details
Grzegorz Krychowiak (Paris Saint-Germain) Loan Details

AFC Bournemouth’s Nathan Ake, left, an dWest Bromwich Albion’s Jay Rodriguez (Nick Potts/PA via AP)

Out
Darren Fletcher (Stoke City) Free Details
Sebastien Pocognoli (Standard Liege) Free
Yuning Zhang (Werder Bremen) Loan Details
Shaun Donnellan (Walsall) Loan Details
Ethan Ross (Redditch United) Loan Details
Tyler Roberts (Walsall) Loan Details
Jonathan Leko (Bristol City) Loan Details
Kane Wilson (Exeter City) Loan Details
Kyle Edwards (Exeter City) Loan Details
Rekeem Harper (Blackburn Rovers) Details

West Ham United

In
Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City) Free Details
Joe Hart (Manchester City) Loan Details
Marko Arnautovic (Stoke) Undisclosed Details
Javier Hernandez (Bayer Leverkusen) £16m Details
Sead Haksabanovic (Halmstads) Undisclosed Details

Out 
Jonathan Calleri (Deportivo Maldonado) End of loan Details
Gokhan Tore (Besiktas) End of loan Details
Alvaro Arbeloa (released) Details
Sam Howes (released) Details
Sam Ford (released) Details
Kyle Knoyle (released) Details
Sam Westley (released) Details
Havard Nordtveit (Hoffenheim) Undisclosed Details
Reece Oxford (Borussia Monchengladbach) Loan Details
Raphael Spiegel (released) Details
Stephen Hendrie (released) Details
Enner Valencia (Tigres UANL) Undisclosed Details
George Dobson (Sparta Rotterdam) Undisclosed Details
Darren Randolph (Middlesbrough) £5m Details
Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough) £6.5m Details
Reece Burke (Bolton Wanderers) Loan Details
Josh Cullen (Bolton Wanderers) Loan Details
Sofiane Feghouli (Galatasaray) Undisclosed Details
Robert Snodgrass (Aston Villa) Loan Details

Man United 1-1 Bournemouth: Red mist galore at Old Trafford

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  • Rojo gave United lead
  • King equalized with PK
  • Surman sent off
  • Zlatan misses PK

Manchester United and Bournemouth drew 1-1 at Old Trafford on Saturday in a fiery encounter which yielded one red card and could have had plenty more.

[ MORE: Mings denies stamp on Zlatan

Marcos Rojo gave United an early lead in a frantic start but Joshua King scored a penalty kick five minutes before half time to level things up. Before the interval two unsavory incidents involving Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Tyrone Mings took place with both men lucky to stay on the pitch, while Andrew Surman was sent off in the ensuing scuffle.

In the second half 10-man Bournemouth dug deep and the brilliant Artur Boruc saved Ibrahimovic’s penalty kick in a day to forget for the Swedish striker.

With the point United extended their unbeaten PL run to 17 games but missed the chance to make up more ground in their hunt to finish in the top four (this was a seventh home draw in their last 11 PL home games) as they now have 49 points, while Bournemouth move on to 27 points.

[ MORE: Watch full PL match replays

An open, entertaining start to the game saw both teams have chances to take the lead. Luke Shaw‘s long ball found Paul Pogba and he raced clear but Boruc tipped his shot wide. United had another glorious chance after Mings made a mistake and Wayne Rooney played in Ibrahimovic but his touch was heavy and the chance passed.

Seconds later Bournemouth raced up the other end and Benik Afobe was clean through but slipped at the crucial moment and the chance had gone. United then went even closer to taking the lead as Anthony Martial‘s shot hit Ibrahimovic two yards out and Bournemouth somehow cleared.

[ MORE: Latest Premier League standings

Before half time the chances kept coming as Martial raced into the box and drilled a shot on goal which Boruc blocked. Eventually all of that pressure told as Antonio Valencia‘s shot was redirected by Rojo into the bottom corner. 1-0 to the Red Devils.

However, the drama was far from over as Marc Pugh cut inside Phil Jones in the box and the United defender hauled home down cynically. Penalty to Bournemouth and former United forward King hammered the spot kick into the top corner 1-1.

Right on half time there was uproar as Mings and Ibrahimovic — who had been at it the whole game — were involved in two incidents. First, Mings appeared to stamp on Ibrahimovic’s head while he was on the floor and then United’s striker stuck Mings with a vicious elbow. In the melee which ensued referee Kevin Friend didn’t book either player and instead showed Surman a second yellow for a push on Ibrahimovic.

Bournemouth down to 10-men right on half time but the score was 1-1. At half time Mourinho made a point of having a word with Mings in the tunnel and was far from happy…

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Rooney had a deflected effort loop over the bar at the start of the second half as plenty of challenges continued to fly in. Pogba then let a shot rip from distance which Boruc saved superbly as United began to make their one-man advantage count.

United were then awarded a penalty kick as Pogba tried to put the ball back into the box and it hit the outstretched arm of Adam Smith. The referee pointed to the spot but Boruc saved Ibrahimovic’s low penalty kick superbly to keep the scores level.

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Late on United pushed hard for the winner but despite losing Mings, youngster Baily Cargill came on for Bournemouth and helped Eddie Howe‘s grind out a magnificent point on the road.

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A day deciphering the Southampton, Bournemouth rivalry

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SOUTHAMPTON — Donning my black winter jacket and hopping on a train down from London for 90 minutes to the South Coast, this weekend was all about deciphering if the Premier League’s newest derby was even a rivalry.

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Leading up to the first-ever clash between Southampton and Bournemouth in the Premier League there has been much talk about whether this is a “derby” or a “rivalry” as the two South Coast settlements sit just 30 miles apart and are separated by a national park, The New Forest, but historically they haven’t been deemed major rivals.

That notion sparked my latest piece on NBC SportsWorld, trying to describe what this rivalry has been for many years and what it can become. Growing up on England’s South Coast, I can  say it’s a peculiar derby where fans of Bournemouth want it to be a full blown rivalry but fans of Southampton only have a rivalry with South Coast rivals Portsmouth, based 17 miles to their east.

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Below is my account of “derby day” after starting the journey in a small town equidistant between Southampton and Bournemouth, deep in the New Forest.

NO MAN’S LAND

Waking up in the idyllic New Forest in a town called Brockenhurst, which is located 15 miles from both Southampton and Bournemouth, on Sunday it was hard to believe a big game between two Premier League sides was taking place a 15-minute train ride away. Ponies strolled the streets. A hastily assembled river blocked my way on a walk after heavy morning rainfall created it. There was no indication that this sleepy, beautiful national park in Southern England sits between two settlements set to square off on the pitch and in the stands in the most popular soccer league in the world on Sunday.

The intertwining of Southampton and Bournemouth is peculiar. As I wrote for SportsWorld, this is not a true derby. Not like Liverpool vs. Manchester United or Arsenal vs. Tottenham Hotspur. These clubs usually play preseason friendlies against each other. Both sets of fans mingle amicably and generally get a long in day-to-day life. It is a friendly rivalry. Well, it always has been. When these two teams were slugging it out in the third tier in 2010, something more was brewing. Checking out of my hotel, the receptionist revealed he was a Bournemouth fan. “My Grandad was a big Cherries fan, so it is just a family thing really,” he explained. “I just hope we don’t get embarrassed today.”

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Jumping into a cab to the train station, the taxi driver was a Saints fan. “The thing is, it is not really a rivalry. There is no hatred,” Mike said as he drove past a few ponies and tapped his fingers on the steering wheel. Some have dubbed this rivalry “The New Forest derby” but it is so embryonic that the tag has yet to catch on between fans.

At the train station, fans of both teams mingled on the platform. Friendly banter was chucked back and forth. On the train, the 14-minute journey was packed with fans of both teams heading into Southampton, the banter was getting a little livelier. One Bournemouth fan opened up his can of beer and it started spraying everywhere. “You didn’t miss your mouth did you? Surely not…” said a Saints fans sat down with his son a few seats away. Laughter. Friendliness. Not one of the fiercest rivalries that soccer world has ever seen. Bournemouth fans were asking which pubs were best to go to in Southampton and soon enough, they were about to find out which was the best.

BREWING RIVALRY

Given this is Bournemouth’s first-ever season in the top-flight of English soccer and Saints have spent most of the past 50-years in the top-flight, it’s easy to see why Southampton’s fans don’t deem this is a rivalry. We are talking about a team who they used to loan out plenty of players to when the Cherries were in the third or fourth tier of English soccer and almost see them as a feeder club.

Walking outside a pub in Southampton City Center, troubled flared up momentarily. The pub had been taken over by Bournemouth fans in the top and bottom tiers and a few scuffles broke out between locals and the supporters as the police wadded in with batons and hooked out certain individuals.

“F*** off Southampton, we rule the South Coast!” chanted the Bournemouth fans. A Bournemouth fan was hospitalized in a serious condition after the game after reportedly being attacked by a Southampton fan after the game. The violent undercurrent of a fierce rivalry is brewing.

Saints and Bournemouth met for the first time in the PL on All Saints' Day.
Saints and Bournemouth met for the first time in the PL on All Saints’ Day.

Jumping in another cab towards St Mary’s, the cabbie told me how he had hardly ever seen riot horses and police lined up in the center of the city. There were over 20 horses lining the route from the station to the stadium as violence — a few outbreaks in previous meetings had occurred — was anticipated.

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In and around the stadium, Bournemouth’s young manager Eddie Howe, he played for Portsmouth and once turned down the manager’s job at Saints in 2010, had his players on the pitch nice and early. All the talk was about this rivalry and the fact that if Bournemouth could win a few, then it would truly become something special. Everyone I spoke to, be it Saints or Bournemouth fans, also agreed it would be a case of how many Saints would win by. “I just hope we play well and keep it close,” said the Bournemouth supporting hotel receptionist while printing out my bill in the morning.

The Cherries had not beaten Saints in a competitive game since 1987. That was a League Cup game where Harry Redknapp was in charge of Bournemouth. You have to go back to 1958 for the last time Bournemouth beat Southampton in a league game. Sunday marked only the 22nd time these clubs had met competitively in over 125 years.

THE GAME

“There’s only one South Coast derby” was the song from Saints fans in the opening 10 minutes as they wanted to remind their neighbors just how little they cared about them. Moments later, “We are Southampton, we don’t care about you” rang out.

The South Coast spirit was strong in Bournemouth’s squad. Southampton lad and former Saints academy graduate Andrew Surman started in central midfield. Howe, a Bournemouth man through and through managed the Cherries. Southampton fan Baily Cargill was on the bench for Bournemouth. Throughout the game Bournemouth’s fans burst out with chants of “scummers, scummers” (like Portsmouth, that is their nickname for Southampton supporters) to which Saints fans simply replied once again: “We are Southampton, we don’t care about you” and then in a teasing manner: “Aaaaagain… you’ll never play here again.”

during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton and A.F.C. Bournemouth at St Mary's Stadium on November 1, 2015 in Southampton, England.
Saints’ players celebrate Davis’ opener in front of the away fans.

They may be right. Saints pummeled Bournemouth early on with Graziano Pelle and Sadio Mane going close. Eventually Bournemouth succumbed to sustained pressure in the 27th minute as Ryan Bertrand‘s left flank cross found Steven Davis at the back post and he tapped home. Moments later it was 2-0 as Mane’s cross-field ball found Dusan Tadic and his cross was headed home by Pelle. 2-0 to Southampton and the gulf between these two sides, not just historically, was clear for all to see. Chatting to home fans at half time as I wandered around the Itchen Stand, many I spoke to just said: “I don’t see it as a rivalry, not at all.” Another had a bone to pick with their rivals from down the coast: “These Bournemouth fans have somehow got this idea in their heads we are rivals. I remember back in the day, we took our team down there for a friendly and helped raise money to save their club in their time of need. It’s bizarre.”

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In the second half Saints took their foot off the pedal and the Cherries had plenty of the play. Bournemouth fans sat in and around Southampton fans in the home end, something which is not technically allowed or looked upon kindly in the PL, but they were easy to pick out. As brief moments of hope in and around the box arrived, it saw them rise among the home fans. When Junior Stanislas‘ free kick went narrowly wide, one elderly Bournemouth fan stood up among the Saints fans with his hands on his heads. There was nothing said. The friendliness remained during a few chants between both set of supporters and as the game headed towards a conclusion, it became more jovial in the stands. Acknowledging that tough times will be ahead in their debut season among the big boys with ACL injuries robbing them of key players, Bournemouth’s fans chanted: “Premier League, we’re having a laugh!” Victor Wanyama was sent off 12 minutes from time for two yellows which made things interesting, as tackles flew in and the Cherries gave it their all but came up short as they sit one point and one place above the relegation zone while Saints sit in seventh place, just four points off the top four.

“We are Southampton, the South Coast is ours!” sang the home fans as the final whistle blew to signify the win. So, after all, Saints’ fans did care.

POTENTIAL

What Sunday proved to me was that this rivalry is brewing but may not get the chance to flourish in the Premier League. The hunger for this to become a rivalry and a derby seems to be almost exclusively from Bournemouth’s fans. After years of living in the shadows of Southampton, the Cherries want to challenge the nearest club to them, geographically, and are desperate for this to become something more than it currently is. This rivalry is sometimes friendly, sometimes nasty, but if Bournemouth manage to stave off relegation and remain in the Premier League beyond this season, given the passion and pride on show in the stands, around the region before the game and on the pitch, the league will be a richer place for it.