European Transfer Deadline Day wrap-up: PSG, Lyon turn to Stoke, Celtic

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While the Premier League wrapped up its business early, the rest of Europe is waiting another year to adjust to the new summer transfer window deadline.

That means there was a flurry of activity this week, perhaps highlighted by a few notable moves involving English teams sending players elsewhere.

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Chelsea has sent a number of players on loan (Insert joke here).

Forward Tammy Abraham has opted for playing time over staying with Maurizio Sarri, and will go on loan to Aston Villa. Club Brugge is the destination for Eden Hazard‘s younger brother Kylian, while Charly Musonda will head to Vitesse Arnhem.

Lyon signed $23 million Moussa Dembele from Celtic, who will take Filip Benkovic on loan from Leicester City.

Stoke City has sold Maxim Choupo-Moting to Paris Saint-Germain, where the Cameroon attacker signed a two-year deal. PSG also signed Juan Bernat from Bayern Munich.

Arsenal’s Reiss Nelson signed a new deal with the club, then headed on loan to join Hoffenheim. He’ll get the chance to face Man City in the Champions League.

Man City’s Douglas Luiz is again facing work permit issues, and will head back for a second season on loan at Girona.