Crystal Palace vs Brighton, live! How to watch, live stream, odds, prediction


Monday’s meeting of the unusual derby that is Crystal Palace vs Brighton will have unusually-high ramifications at a boisterous Selhurst Park (start time 3pm ET Monday on NBCSN and online via

A draw for Liverpool and losses from Chelsea and Manchester United mean Brighton can go atop the Premier League table after six weeks of the 2021-22 season if the Seagulls can beat their M23 derby rivals.


Even a draw would keep Brighton within a point of leaders Liverpool and in a group with four other teams on 13 points (Everton, Man City, Chelsea, Manchester United).

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Crystal Palace vs Brighton.

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Crystal Palace team news, injuries, lineup

Jeffrey Schlupp is on the bench after a thigh injury but Eberechi Eze (calf) and Nathan Ferguson (lower leg) will not be ready for the derby.

Brighton team news, injuries, lineup

Adam Webster (thigh) and Enock Mwepu (groin) are out, while Alexis Mac Allister (lower back) makes it. Yves Bissouma, perhaps the key to the Seagulls early season, failed a late fitness test and is out.

Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

A Palace win nets +205, while a draw gets just a bit more at +210. The oddsmakers see Brighton winning as the most likely option at +140.

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Will Bissouma play? Because he’s been magnificent this season but could be the difference between an away draw or win. There isn’t much to divide the rivals’ early-season performances and this may come down to who gets the rub of the green. Crystal Palace 1-1 Brighton.

How to watch Crystal Palace vs Brighton live, stream and start time

Start time: 3pm ET Monday
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Premier League injury report, 2021-22 season


Premier League injuries: It’s time to take a look at which players might be unavailable matchweek 6 of the 2021-22 Premier League season due to injury.

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Prior to every matchweek this season, we’ll update this Premier League injuries page with the latest news and update, so make sure to check back regularly to see how your favorite — or least-favorite — club is getting on.

Note: Any player listed for COVID-19 reasons — whether a positive test or taking additional precautions — will always be deemed “questionable” until they make their return to action.

Arsenal injuries


Aston Villa injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Matt Targett (abductor) | OUT: Leon Bailey (thigh), Axel Tuanzebe (loan – parent club), Trezeguet (knee), Keinan Davis (knee), Morgan Sanson (hamstring)

Brentford injuries

OUT: Josh Dasilva (hip), Mads Sorensen (knee)

Brighton & Hove Albion injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Yves Bissouma (knee), Alexis Mac Allister (back), Enock Mwepu (undisclosed) | OUT: Adam Webster (hamstring)

Burnley injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Josh Brownhill (thigh), Wayne Hennessey (ankle) | OUT: Connor Roberts (groin), Kevin Long (calf), Dale Stephens (ankle)

Chelsea injuries

OUT: Christian Pulisic (ankle), Mason Mount (knock)

Crystal Palace injuries

OUT: Eberechi Eze (achilles), Nathan Ferguson (achilles)

Everton injuries

OUT: Dominic Calvert-Lewin (thigh), Richarlison (knee), Seamus Coleman (thigh) Fabian Delph (shoulder), Andre Gomes (calf), Jean-Philippe Gbamin (thigh)

Leeds United injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Raphinha (groin), Jack Harrison (undisclosed), Luke Ayling (knee) | OUT: Patrick Bamford (ankle), Pascal Struijk (suspension), Diego Llorente (undisclosed), Robin Koch (pelvis)

Leicester City injuries

OUT: Wesley Fofana (broken leg – MORE), James Justin (knee)

Liverpool injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Roberto Firmino (hamstring), Naby Keita (ankle), Neco Williams (foot) | OUT: Thiago Alcantara (calf), Harvey Elliott (dislocated ankle – MORE)

Manchester City injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Aymeric Laporte (groin), John Stones (undisclosed), Ilkay Gundogan (knock), Rodrigo (knock), Oleksandr Zinchenko (knock) | OUT: Benjamin Mendy (suspension – MORE)

Manchester United injuries

OUT: Marcus Rashford (shoulder), Amad Diallo (thigh)

Newcastle United injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Joe Willock (ankle), Freddie Woodman (knock) | OUT: Jamaal Lascelles (thigh), Callum Wilson (thigh), Martin Dubravka (ankle), Jonjo Shelvey (calf), Paul Dummett (calf)

Norwich injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Milot Rashica (adductor), Przemyslaw Placheta (COVID-19) | OUT: Todd Cantwell (undisclosed), Sam Byram (thigh), Cristoph Zimmerman (ankle)

Southampton injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Theo Walcott (undisclosed), William Smallbone (knee) | OUT: Stuart Armstrong (calf), Jack Stephens (knee)

Tottenham Hotspur injuries

OUT: Steven Bergwijn (ankle), Ryan Sessegnon (knock)

Watford injuries

QUESTIONABLE: Joao Pedro (knee), Daniel Bachmann (knee)

West Ham United injuries

OUT: Ryan Fredericks (undisclosed)

Wolverhampton Wanderers injuries

OUT: Raul Pedro Neto (knee), Jonny (knee), Rayan Ait Nouri (head), Yerson Mosquera (undisclosed), Hugo Bueno (hamstring)

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace, live! How to watch, stream, TV, team news, start time, odds, prediction


Liverpool vs Crystal Palace: The Reds will look to continue their unbeaten start to the Premier League season when they host the upstart Eagles at Anfield on Saturday (Watch live at 10 am ET, on Peacock Premium).


Jurgen Klopp’s side has taken three wins and a draw from its first four games in the Premier League, as the four-way battle between themselves, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea is already well underway. Heading into matchweek 5, the four title contenders are all in the top-five already (Everton have snuck their way into 4th), and it’s been easy to see why Liverpool are among them. Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable return to form following his torn ACL has righted many of the wrongs which plagues Liverpool in their title defense a season ago. The defense is better for obvious reasons, but his mere presence changes the way the Reds attack through pressing and aggressive ball-winning, knowing the world’s best center back — effectively, a human eraser — will cover half the field against multiple attackers if you’re unsuccessful. Liverpool look every bit as good, albeit very early on, as their title-winning 2019-20 team.

Crystal Palace pulled of the upset of matchweek 4 when they beat Tottenham, who entered last weekend with the Premier League’s only remaining 100-percent record. All three goals came after Tottenham were reduced to 10 men, and all after the 75th minute as the game unraveled quickly right in Spurs’ hands. Odsonne Edouard made his Crystal Palace debut and scored two goals as a second-half substitute. Have Palace finally found a consistent goal threat around whom Patrick Vieira can build an attack?

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Here is everything you need to know ahead of Liverpool vs Crystal Palace this Saturday with team news, odds, stream link and more.

Liverpool team news, injuries, lineups (INJURY REPORT)

QUESTIONABLE: Divock Origi (thigh), Neco Williams (foot) | OUT: Harvey Elliott (dislocated ankle – MORE), Roberto Firmino (hamstring)

Crystal Palace team news, injuries

OUT: Eberechi Eze (achilles), Jeffrey Schlupp (hamstring), Nathan Ferguson (achilles)

Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

Liverpool (-500) | Crystal Palace (+1200) | Draw (+550)

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As much as Crystal Palace deserved the victory over Tottenham, facing Liverpool will be another step (or two) up for a side that experienced massive turnover in the offseason. Things are coming together more quickly than some expected for Palace, but it’s still early days with lots left to work out, and no one preys on those lingering weaknesses quite like Saturday’s opponent. Liverpool 4-1 Crystal Palace.

How to watch Liverpool vs Crystal Palace, stream live and start time

Kickoff: 10 am ET Saturday
Online: Stream via Peacock Premium

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham: How to watch, stream live, TV, team news, start time, odds, prediction


Crystal Palace vs Tottenham: Spurs, the Premier League leaders after three games, will look to maintain the last remaining 100-percent record when they visit Selhurst Park on Saturday (Watch live at 7:30 am ET, on NBCSN and online via


Nuno Espirito Santo’s side picked up three straight 1-0 victories prior to the 2021-22 Premier League season’s first international break, but Tottenham could be without a handful of key players this weekend due, in large part, to new travel restrictions regarding players who left the United Kingdom for international duty. Center backs Cristian Romero and Davinson Sanchez, along with midfielder Giovani Lo Celso, are reportedly facing fines upon their return to Tottenham because they traveled to join their respective national teams against the club’s wishes. Son Heung-min also suffered a calf injury while playing for South Korea.

Crystal Palace, on the other hand, are still searching for their first win of the season after picking up back-to-back draws just before the break. Patrick Vieira’s side was battered by Chelsea on opening day, but the Eagles bounced back to draw Brentford and West Ham United. Newly signed Chelsea loanee Conor Gallagher scored both goals in the 2-2 draw with West Ham.

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Here is everything you need to know ahead of Crystal Palace vs Tottenham this Saturday with team news, odds, stream link and more.

Crystal Palace team news, injuries, lineups (INJURY REPORT)

OUT: Eberechi Eze (achilles), Nathan Ferguson (achilles), Michael Olise (back)

Tottenham team news, injuries

OUT: Son Heung-min (calf), Steven Bergwijn (ankle), Ryan Sessegnon (knock), Cristian Romero (travel restrictions), Giovani Lo Celso (travel restrictions), Davinson Sanchez (travel restrictions)


Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

Crystal Palace (+320) | Tottenham (-112) | Draw (+235)

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Even without the aforementioned quarantined and injured players, the disparity in overall quality is significant. Harry Kane is quickly approaching full fitness and sharpness after scoring a goal in three straight games for England this week, and that bodes incredibly poorly for Saturday’s opponents. Crystal Palace 0-2 Tottenham.

How to watch Crystal Palace vs Tottenham, stream live and start time

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Full list of Premier League transfers in summer window


Premier League transfers have been plentiful this summer, as the window is shut and below are all the deals which happened.

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With that in mind, it is time to focus on the ins and outs, as some Premier League clubs are spending big, while plenty are making shrewd moves in the market.

Loan deals, swap deals and waiting for the right moment to sign a player were big this summer, as Premier League clubs waited for the perfect moment to pounce in the market.

All eyes have been on Harry Kane, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Erling Haaland, Romelu Lukaku and Jack Grealish this summer, among many others, to see where they end up in the Premier League and beyond.

And quite a few of them did get big money moves to, and around, the Premier League.

With Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane all arriving at Manchester United, plus the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City making big moves for the likes of Grealish, Lukaku, Ben White, the Premier League big boys have spent big.

Below are all of the transfer deals in and out of Premier League clubs during the summer transfer window so far.

Premier League transfers, summer 2021


Nuno Tavares (Benfica) – MORE
Albert Sambi Lokonga (Anderlecht) – MORE
Mika Biereth (Fulham)
Ben White (Brighton) – MORE
Martin Odegaard (Real Madrid) – MORE
Aaron Ramsdale (Sheff Utd)

David Luiz (released)
Levi Laing (released)
Joseph Olowu (released)
Luke Plange (released)
Jason Sraha (released)
Trae Coyle (Lausanne–Sport)
Zech Medley (KV Oostende)
Mark McGuinness (Cardiff)
Dinos Mavropanos (Stuttgart) Loan
Daniel Ballard (Millwall) Loan
Daniel Oyegoke (Brentford)
Ben Sheaf (Coventry City)
Matt Smith (Doncaster) Loan
Matteo Guendouzi (Marseille) Loan
William Saliba (Marseille) Loan
Nikolaj Moller (Viktoria Koln) Loan
Deyan Iliev (SKF Sered) Loan
Tyreece John-Jules (Blackpool) Loan
Harry Clarke (Ross County) Loan
Tolaji Bola (Rotherham)
Jordi Osei-Tutu (Nottingham Forest) Loan
Joe Willock (Newcastle United)
Lucas Torreira (Fiorentina) Loan
Miguel Azeez (Portsmouth) Loan
Willian (Corinthians) Free
Reiss Nelson (Feyenoord) Loan
Alex Runarsson (OH Leuven) Loan
Hector Bellerin (Real Betis) Loan
Jonathan Dinzeyi (Carlisle United) Loan

Aston Villa

Emiliano Buendia (Norwich) – MORE
Ashley Young (Inter Milan)
Josh Feeney (Fleetwood Town)
Finn Azaz (West Brom)
Tim Iroegbunam (West Brom)
Leon Bailey (Bayer Leverkusen) – MORE
Danny Ings (Southampton) – MORE
Axel Tuanzebe (Manchester United) Loan
Caleb Chukwuemeka (Northampton)

Ahmed El Mohamady (released)
Neil Taylor (released)
Tom Heaton (Man Utd)
Lewis Brunt (released)
Brad Burton (released)
Jack Clarke (released)
Charlie Farr (released)
Ben Guy (released)
Callum Rowe (released)
Harrison Sohna (released)
Michael Tait (released)
Jake Walker (released)
Bjorn Engels (Royal Antwerp)
Indiana Vassilev (Inter Miami) Loan
Lovre Kalinic (Hajduk Split) Loan
Seb Revan (Grimsby Town) Loan
Kaine Kesler Hayden (Swindon Town) Loan
Jack Grealish (Man City) – MORE
Louie Barry (Ipswich) Loan
Brad Young (Carlisle United) Loan
Tyreik Wright (Salford) Loan
Arjan Raikhy (Stockport County) Loan
Wesley (Club Brugge) Loan
Conor Hourihane (Sheff Utd) Loan
Dominic Revan (Northampton Town) Loan
Frederic Guilbert (Strasbourg) Loan
Mungo Bridge (FC Annecy) Loan


Nathan Young-Coombes (Rangers)
Dom Jefferies (Salisbury)
Daniel Oyegoke (Arsenal)
Jude Russell (Crystal Palace)
Frank Onyeka (FC Midtjylland)
Kristoffer Ajer (Celtic)
Matthew Cox (AFC Wimbledon)
Myles Peart-Harris (Chelsea)
Yoan Wissa (Lorient)
Nico Jones (Oxford United) Free
Alvaro Fernandez (Huesca) Loan
Val Adedokun (Dundalk)

Jared Thompson (released)
Kane O’Connor (released)
Aubrel Koutsimouka (released)
Julien Carre (released)
Henrik Dalsgaard (Midtjylland)
Luke Daniels (released)
Emiliano Marcondes (released)
Ellery Balcombe (Burton Albion) Loan
Aaron Pressley (AFC Wimbledon) Loan
Patrik Gunnarsson (Viking Stavanger) Loan
Alex Gilbert (Swindon) Loan
Jaakko Oksanen (Greenock Morton) Loan

Brighton and Hove Albion

Jeremy Sarmiento (Benfica)
Gary Dicker (Kilmarnock)
Enock Mwepu (RB Salzburg)
Kjell Scherpen (Ajax)
Kaoru Mitoma (Kawasaki Frontale)
Marc Cucurella (Getafe)
Abdallah Sima (Slavia Prague)

Jose Izquierdo (released)
Teddy Jenks (Aberdeen) Loan
Davy Propper (PSV)
Alex Cochrane (Hearts) Loan
Jan Mlakar (Hajduk Split)
Bernardo (Red Bull Salzburg)
Ryan Longman (Hull City) Loan
Viktor Gyokeres (Coventry)
Romaric Yapi (SBV Vitesse)
Mat Ryan (Real Sociedad)
Jensen Weir (Cambridge United) Loan
Matt Clarke (West Bromwich Albion) Loan
Carl Rushworth (Walsall) Loan
Alireza Jahanbakhsh (Feyenoord)
Ben White (Arsenal) – MORE
Kaoru Mitoma (Royal Union Saint-Gilloise) Loan
Leo Ostigard (Stoke) Loan
Florin Andone (Cadiz) Loan
Percy Tau (Al Ahly)
Jayson Molumby (West Brom) Loan
Michal Karbownik (Olympiacos) Loan
an Paul van Hecke (Blackburn) Loan
Andi Zeqiri (Augsburg) Loan
Christian Walton (Ipswich Town) Loan
Reda Khadra (Blackburn Rovers) Loan
Abdallah Sima (Stoke) Loan
Moises Caicedo (Beerschot) Loan
Lars Dendoncker (St Johnstone) Loan


Nathan Collins (Stoke)
Mark Helm (Man Utd)
Jacob Bedeau (Scunthorpe)
Harry Williams (Free)
Wayne Hennessey (Crystal Palace)
Ethen Vaughan
Joe Westley (Fulham)
Aaron Lennon (Free)
Maxwel Cornet (Lyon)
Connor Roberts (Swansea)

Robbie Brady (released)
Connor Barrett (released)
Jordan Cropper (released)
Ismail Diallo (released)
Marcel Elva-Fountaine (released)
Arman Taranis (released)
Matty Rain (released)
Mace Goodridge (released)
Ryan Cooney (Morecambe)
Joel Mumbongo (Accrington Stanley) Loan
Ben Gibson (Norwich)
Jimmy Dunne (QPR)
Bailey Peacock-Farrell (Sheff Wed) Loan
Adam Phillips (Morecambe) Loan
Josh Benson (Barnsley)
Richard Nartey (Mansfield) Loan


Marcus Bettinelli (Fulham) Free
Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan) – MORE
Saul Niguez (Atletico Madrid) Loan – MORE

Willy Caballero (released)
Jamal Blackman (released)
Pierre Ekwah Elimby (West Ham)
Fikayo Tomori (AC Milan)
Izzy Brown (Preston North End)
Levi Colwill (Huddersfield Town) Loan
Nathan Baxter (Hull) Loan
Charlie Wiggett (Newcastle)
Billy Gilmour (Norwich) Loan
Victor Moses (Spartak Moscow)
Juan Castillo (Birmingham) Loan
Olivier Giroud (AC Milan)
Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace)
Lewis Bate (Leeds)
Myles Peart-Harris (Brentford)
Dynel Simeu (Southampton)
Ian Maatsen (Coventry) Loan
Conor Gallagher (Crystal Palace) Loan
Tino Livramento (Southampton)
Armando Broja (Southampton) Loan
Tammy Abraham (Roma) – MORE
Michy Batshuayi (Besiktas) Loan
Kenedy (Flamengo) Loan
Emerson Palmieri (Lyon) Loan
Davide Zappacosta (Atalanta)
Ike Ugbo (Genk)
Baba Rahman (Reading) Loan
Kurt Zouma (West Ham)
Tiemoue Bakayoko (AC Milan) Loan
Danny Drinkwater (Reading) Loan
Dujon Sterling (Blackpool) Loan
Thierno Ballo (Rapid Vienna) Loan
Ethan Ampadu (Venezia) Loan

Crystal Palace

Jacob Montes (Georgetown University)
Michael Olise (Reading)
Remi Matthews (Free)
Marc Guehi (Chelsea)
Joachim Andersen (Lyon)
Conor Gallagher (Chelsea) Loan
Nathaniel Clyne (Free)
Jake O’Brien (Cork City)
Will Hughes (Watford)
Odsonne Edouard (Celtic)

Sion Spence (Bristol Rovers) Loan
Stephen Henderson (released)
Wayne Hennessey (released, Burnley)
Andros Townsend (Everton)
Mamadou Sakho (Montpellier) Free
Patrick van Aanholt (released)
Jacob Montes (Waasland-Beveren) Loan
Gary Cahill (released)
James McCarthy (Celtic)
Scott Dann (released)
Brandon Pierrick (Vejle Boldklub)
Sam Woods (released)


Andros Townsend (Crystal Palace)
Asmir Begovic (Bournemouth)
Demarai Gray (Bayer Leverkusen)
Andy Lonergan (West Brom)
Salomon Rondon (Dalian Professional)

Theo Walcott (Southampton)
Matthew Pennington (Shrewsbury Town) Free
Joshua King (released)
Yannick Bolasie (released)
Muhamed Besic (released)
Josh Bowler (released)
Dennis Adeniran (released)
Con Ouzounidis (released)
Callum Connolly (released)
Bobby Carroll (released)
Daniel Lowey (released)
Jack McIntyre (released)
Dylan Thompson (released)
Bernard (Sharjah)
Beni Baningime (Hearts)
Nathan Broadhead (Sunderland) Loan
Thierry Small (Southampton)
Joao Virginia (Sporting Lisbon) Loan
Nathangelo Markelo (PSV Eindhoven)
Moise Kean (Juventus) Loan
Niels Nkounkou (Standard Liege) Loan

Leeds United

Amari Miller (Birmingham City)
Jack Harrison (Man City)
Junior Firpo (Barcelona)
Sean McGurk (Wigan)
Lewis Bate (Chelsea)
Kristoffer Klaesson (Valerenga)
Leo Hjelde (Celtic)
Dan James (Man Utd)

Gaetano Berardi (released)
Ouasim Bouy (released)
Barry Douglas (released)
Cole Gibbon (released)
Niklas Haugland (released)
Eunan O’Kane (released)
Matthew Turner (released)
Ryan Edmondson (Fleetwood) Loan
Oliver Casey (Blackpool)
Kun Temenuzhkov (Real Union) Loan
Rafa Mujica (Las Palmas)
Alfie McCalmont (Morecambe) Loan
Ezgjan Alioski (released)
Mateusz Bogusz (UD Ibiza) Loan
Pablo Hernandez (Castellon)
Elia Caprile (Aurora Pro Patria 1919) Loan
Niall Huggins (Sunderland)
Ian Poveda (Blackburn) Loan
Robbie Gotts (Barrow)
Helder Costa (Valencia) Loan

Leicester City

Patson Daka (Red Bull Salzburg) – MORE
Boubakary Soumare (Lille) – MORE
Ryan Bertrand (Southampton)
Jannik Vestergaard (Southampton)
Ademola Lookman (RB Leipzig) Loan

Christian Fuchs (Charlotte)
Matty James (released)
Wes Morgan (retired)
Josh Knight (Peterborough United)
Admiral Muskwe (Luton Town)
Tyrese Shade (Walsall) Loan
George Hirst (Portsmouth) Loan
Daniel Iversen (Preston) Loan
Callum Wright (Cheltenham Town) Loan
Rachid Ghezzal (Besiktas)
Khanya Leshabela (Shrewsbury Town) Loan
Mitchell Clark (Accrington Stanley)
Kamal Sowah (Club Brugge)
Dennis Praet (Torino) Loan
Sam Hughes (Burton) Loan


Ibrahima Konate (RB Leipzig) – MORE

Liam Coyle (released)
Joe Hardy (released)
Abdi Sharif (released)
Jack Walls (released)
Adam Lewis (Livingston) Loan
Georginio Wijnaldum (PSG) Free
Sepp van den Berg (Preston) Loan
Remi Savage (Newcastle)
Paul Glatzel (Tranmere Rovers) Loan
Kamil Grabara (FC Copenhagen)
Liam Millar (FC Basel)
Marko Grujic (FC Porto)
Taiwo Awoniyi (Union Berlin)
Harry Wilson (Fulham)
Jakub Ojrzynski (Caernarfon Town) Loan
Leighton Clarkson (Blackburn) Loan
Ben Davies (Sheffield United) Loan
Ben Woodburn (Heart of Midlothian) Loan
Xherdan Shaqiri (Lyon)
Jake Cain (Newport County) Loan
Rhys Williams (Swansea) Loan
Luis Longstaff (Queen’s Park) Loan
Sheyi Ojo (Millwall) Loan

Manchester City

Scott Carson (Derby) Free
Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) – MORE

Sergio Aguero (Barcelona) Free
Eric Garcia (Barcelona) Free
Louie Moulden (Wolves) Free
Taylor Harwood-Bellis (Anderlecht) Loan
James Strafford (Accrington Stanley) Loan
Gavin Bazunu (Portsmouth) Loan
Lewis Fiorini (Lincoln) Loan
Jack Harrison (Leeds)
Callum Doyle (Sunderland) Loan
Lukas Nmecha (Wolfsburg)
Ben Knight (Crewe Alexandra) Loan
Yan Couto (Braga) Loan
Morgan Rogers (AFC Bournemouth) Loan
Joe Hodge (Wolves)
Tommy Doyle (Hamburger SV) Loan
Philippe Sandler (Troyes) Loan
Patrick Roberts (Troyes) Loan

Manchester United

Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) – MORE
Tom Heaton (Aston Villa) – MORE
Raphael Varane (Real Madrid) – MORE
Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) – MORE

Sergio Romero (released)
Joel Pereira (released)
Jacob Carney (released)
Iestyn Hughes (released)
Arnau Puigmal (released)
Max Taylor (released)
Aliou Traore (released)
Nathan Bishop (Mansfield Town) Loan
Johan Guadagno (FC Copenhagen)
Mark Helm (Burnley)
Reece Devine (St Johnstone) Loan
Tahith Chong (Birmingham City) Loan
Will Fish (Stockport County) Loan
Charlie McCann (Rangers B)
Di’Shon Bernard (Hull City) Loan
Facundo Pellistri (Deportivo Alaves) Loan
Axel Tuanzebe (Aston Villa) Loan
Ethan Galbraith (Doncaster Rovers) Loan
Ethan Laird (Swansea City) Loan
Dylan Levitt (Dundee United) Loan
Andreas Pereira (Flamengo) Loan
James Garner (Nott’m Forest) Loan
Brandon Williams (Norwich City) Loan
D’Mani Mellor (Salford City) Loan
Dan James (Leeds United)

Newcastle United

Charlie Wiggett (Chelsea)
Remi Savage (Liverpool)
Cameron Ferguson (Tranmere Rovers)
Joe Willock (Arsenal)
Santiago Munoz (Santos Laguna)

Owen Bailey (released)
Oliver Walters (released)
Jude Swailes (released)
Yannick Toure (released)
Oliver Marshall (released)
Ludwig Francillette (released)
Florent Indalecio (released)
Kyle Scott (released)
George Rounsfell (released)
Lucas Gamblin (released)
Lewis Brannen (released)
Tom Midgley (released)
Josh Gilchrist (released)
Josh Harrison (released)
Tai Ebanks (released)
Lewis Cass (Port Vale) Loan
Florian Lejeune (Alaves)
Elias Sorensen (Esbjerg fB)
Yoshinori Muto (released)
Jake Turner (Colchester) Loan
Matty Longstaff (Aberdeen) Loan
Oisin McEntee (Greenock Morton) Loan
Rodrigo Vilca (Doncaster Rovers) Loan
Tom Allan (Greenock Morton) Loan

Norwich City

Kenny Coker (Southend)
Milot Rashica (Werder Bremen)
Angus Gunn (Southampton)
Flynn Clarke (Peterborough)
Ben Gibson (Burnley)
Dimitris Giannoulis (PAOK)
Billy Gilmour (Chelsea) Loan – MORE
Pierre Lees-Melou (Nice)
Liam Gibbs (Ipswich)
Josh Sargent (Werder Bremen) – MORE
Christos Tzolis (PAOK)
Brandon Williams (Man Utd) Loan
Mathias Normann (FC Rostov) Loan
Ozan Kabak (Schalke) Loan

Alex Tettey (released)
Mario Vrancic (released)
Jordan Thomas (released)
Zach Dronfield (released)
William Hondermarck (released)
Louis Lomas (released)
Ethen Vaughan (released)
Emiliano Buendia (Aston Villa)
Philip Heise (Karlsruher)
Reece McAlear (Inverness Caledonian Thistle) Loan
Orjan Nyland (released)
Moritz Leitner (released)
Marco Stiepermann (released)
Josh Martin (MK Dons) Loan
Daniel Barden (Livingston) Loan
Sebastian Soto (Porto) Loan
Josip Drmic (HNK Rijeka) Loan
Akin Famewo (Charlton Athletic) Loan
Sam McCallum (QPR) Loan
Gassan Ahadme (Portsmouth) Loan
Louis Thompson (released)
Danel Sinani (Huddersfield) Loan
Tyrese Omotoye (Leyton Orient) Loan
Rob Nizet (Lecce)
Dan Adshead (Gillingham) Loan
Jordan Hugill (West Brom) Loan
Tom Trybull (released)
Onel Hernandez (Middlesbrough) Loan
Melvin Sitti (released)
Timm Klose (released)
Aston Oxborough (Barnet) Loan


Theo Walcott (Everton)
Romain Perraud (Brest) – MORE
Dynel Simeu (Chelsea)
Tino Livramento (Chelsea)
Armando Broja (Chelsea) Loan
Adam Armstrong (Blackburn)
Thierry Small (Everton)
Lyanco (Torino)

Ryan Bertrand (released)
Jake Hesketh (released)
Josh Sims (released)
David Agbontohoma (released)
Lucas Defise (released)
Pascal Kpohomouh (released)
Kingsley Latham (released)
Kameron Ledwidge (released)
James Morris (released)
Thomas O’Connor (released)
Tommy Scott (released)
Wesley Hoedt (Anderlecht)
Kayne Ramsey (Crewe) Loan
Angus Gunn (Norwich)
Jake Vokins (Ross County) Loan
Alex Jankewitz (BSC Young Boys)
Dan Nlundulu (Lincoln) Loan
Callum Slattery (Motherwell)
Mario Lemina (Nice)
Will Ferry (Crawley) Loan
Danny Ings (Aston Villa) MORE
Jannik Vestergaard (Leicester)
Michael Obafemi (Swansea) 

Tottenham Hotspur

Pierluigi Gollini (Atalanta) Loan
Bryan Gil (Sevilla)
Cristian Romero (Atalanta)
Pape Matar Sarr (Metz)
Emerson Royal (Barcelona)

Danny Rose (Watford) Free
Paulo Gazzaniga (released)
Enock Asante (released)
Chay Cooper (released)
Keenan Ferguson (released)
George Marsh (released)
Rodel Richards (released)
Jack Roles (released)
Aaron Skinner (released)
Kazaiah Sterling (released)
Shilow Tracey (released)
Juan Foyth (Villarreal)
Erik Lamela (Sevilla)
Toby Alderweireld (Al-Duhail)
Troy Parrott (MK Dons) Loan
Kion Etete (Northampton) Loan
Joe Hart (Celtic)
Jubril Okedina (Cambridge United)
Dennis Cirkin (Sunderland)
Alfie Whiteman (Degerfors IF) Loan
TJ Eyoma (Lincoln City)
Moussa Sissoko (Watford)
Serge Aurier (released)
J’Neil Bennett (Crewe) Loan
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic) Loan


Kwadwo Baah (Rochdale)
Mattie Pollock (Grimsby Town)
Imran Louza (FC Nantes)
Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough) Free
Danny Rose (Spurs) Free
Emmanuel Dennis (Club Brugge)
Dapo Mebude (Rangers)
Peter Etebo (Stoke City) Loan
Joshua King (Free)
Vincent Angelini (Free)
James Morris (Southampton)
Juraj Kucka (Parma Calcio)
Ozan Tufan (Fenerbahce) Loan
Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham)

Achraf Lazaar (released)
Carlos Sanchez (released)
Jerome Sinclair (released)
Mamadou M’Baye (released)
Ben Wilmot (Stoke City)
Ignacio Pussetto (Udinese) Loan
Adalberto Penaranda (Las Palmas) Loan
Tiago Cukur (Doncaster) Loan
Myles Roberts (Concord Rangers) Loan
Adam Parkes (Dover Athletic) Loan
Daniel Phillips (Gillingham) Loan
Alfie Marriott (Kings Langley) Loan
Dapo Mebude (Wimbledon) Loan
Dante Baptiste (Farnborough) Loan
Pontus Dahlberg (Doncaster) Loan
Philip Zinckernagel (Nottingham Forest) Loan
Tom Dele-Bashiru (Reading) Loan
Stipe Perica (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
Joseph Hungbo (Ross County) Loan
Isaac Success (Udinese)
Will Hughes (Crystal Palace)
Mattie Pollock (Cheltenham Town) Loan
Troy Deeney (Birmingham City) Free
Jaime Alvarado (Racing de Ferrol) Loan
Andre Gray (QPR) Loan

West Ham United

Thierry Nevers (Reading)
Pierre Ekwah Elimby (Chelsea)
Armstrong Oko-Flex (Celtic) Free
Alphonse Areola (PSG) Loan
Kurt Zouma (Chelsea)
Nikola Vlasic (CSKA Moscow) – MORE
Alex Kral (Spartak Moscow) Loan

Oladapo Afolayan (Bolton)
Fabian Balbuena (released)
Sean Adarkwa (released)
Olatunji Akinola (released)
Samuel Caiger (released)
Alfie Lewis (released)
Joshua Okotcha (released)
Joseph Anang (Stevenage) Loan
Felipe Anderson (Lazio)
Nathan Trott (Nancy) Loan
Frederik Alves (Sunderland) Loan
Mipo Odubeko (Huddersfield Town) Loan
Conor Coventry (Peterborough) Loan

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Yerson Mosquera (Atletico Nacional)
Louie Moulden (Manchester City) Free
Francisco Trincao (Barcelona) Loan
Rayan Ait-Nouri (Angers)
Jose Sa (Olympiacos)
Bendeguz Bolla (Fehervar)
Joe Hodge (Man City)
Hee Chan Hwang (RB Leipzig) Loan
Harvey Griffiths (Man City)

Sadou Diallo (released)
Cyriaque Mayounga (released)
Hong Wan (released)
Toti Gomes (Grasshoppers) Loan
Ruben Vinagre (Sporting Lisbon)
Rui Patricio (Roma)
Leonardo Campana (Grasshoppers) Loan
Bendeguz Bolla (Grasshoppers) Loan
Dion Sanderson (Birmingham) Loan
Renat Dadashov (Desportivo de Tondela) Loan
Theo Corbeanu (Sheff Wed) Loan
Taylor Perry (Cheltenham Town) Loan
Joe Young (Runcorn) Loan
Owen Otasowie (Club Brugge)
Jaden Forrester (Swansea)
Rafa Mir (Sevilla)
Luke Matheson (Hamilton Academical) Loan
Connor Ronan (St Mirren) Loan