#DeadlineDay : List of Premier League Summer Signings in 2017 Transfer Market [Updated]
After spending a record £1.2 billion on summer signings in 2016, all signs pointed to the Premier League setting a new record this summer and they have! We await the final figures at the end of deadline day but we could hit the £2bn mark, hang on to your hats people.
With transfer rumors flying thick and fast overhead, here’s a look at how the window is shaping up for last season’s top six teams.
Note: Club records are indicated with a * beside the amount.
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INS: Sead Kolasinac (free, Schalke), Alexandre Lacazette (£46.5m*, Lyon)
OUTS: Yaya Sanogo, Stefan O’Connor, Kristopher da Graca and Kostas Pileas (all released).
INS: Willy Caballero (free, Manchester City), Tiemoue Bakayoko (£39.7m, Monaco), Alvaro Morata (£58m, Real Madrid), Antonio Rudiger (£29m, Roma)
OUTS: Juan Cuadrado (£17m, Juventus), Christian Atsu (£6.2m, Newcastle), Dominic Solanke (Compensation, Liverpool), Asmir Begovic (£10m, Bournemouth), Alex Davey (released), Alex Kiwomya (free, Doncaster), Bertrand Traore (£8.8m, Lyon), Nathan Ake (£20m, Bournemouth), John Terry (free, Aston Villa), Tammy Abraham (loan, Swansea), Kasey Palmer (loan, Huddersfield), Todd Kane (loan, Groningen), Charlie Colkett (loan, Vitesse), Bradley Collins (loan, Forest Green), Ola Aina (loan, Hull), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (loan, Crystal Palace), Alex Davey (released).
INS: Dominic Solanke (Compensation, Chelsea), Mohammed Salah (£36.9m, Liverpool), Andrew Robertson (£8m, Hull).
OUTS: Andre Wisdom (£4.5m, Derby), Tom Brewitt, Jake Brimmer, Jack Dunn, Aju Gomes, Kane Lewis, Alex Manninger and Adam Phillips (all released).
INS: Bernardo Silva (£43m, Monaco), Ederson (£34.9m, Benfica), Kyle Walker (£51m, Tottenham), Douglas Luiz (£10.7m, Vasco Da Gama), Danilo (£26.5m, Real Madrid), Benjamin Mendy (£52m, Monaco), Olarenwaju Kayode (£3.5m, Austria Vienna).
OUTS: Kelechi Iheanacho (£25m, Leicester), Pablo Zabaleta (free, West Ham), Angus Gunn (loan, Norwich City), Aaron Mooy (£10m, Huddersfield), Willy Caballero (free, Chelsea), Ashley Smith-Brown (loan, Hearts), Bersant Celina (loan, Ipswich Town), Ruben Sobrino (£1.7m, Alaves), Joe Coveney (free, Nottingham Forest), Bruno Zuculini (undisclosed, Verona), Olivier Ntcham (£4.5m, Celtic), Bacary Sagna, Gael Clichy, Jesus Navas, Callum Bullock, Billy O’Brien and Ellis Plummer (all released).
INS: Victor Lindelof (£30.75m, Benfica)., Romelu Lukaku (£75m, Everton), Nemanja Matic (£40m, Chelsea), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (unattached).
OUTS: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (released), Josh Harrop (free, Preston), Regan Poole (loan, Northampton), Wayne Rooney (free, Everton), Dean Henderson (loan, Shrewsbury).
INS: Davinson Sanchez (£28m, Ajax), Paulo Gazzaniga (undisclosed, Southampton), Juan Foyth (£8m, Estudiantes).
OUTS: Kevin Wimmer (£18m, Stoke), Kyle Walker (£51m, Manchester City), Filip Lesniak, Tom McDermott, Joe Muscatt, Charlie Owens and Zenon Stylianides (all released).
INS: Jordan Pickford (£25m, Sunderland), Davy Klaassen (£23.6m, Ajax), Henry Onyekuru (£7m, Eupen), Sandro Ramirez (£5m, Malaga), Michael Keane (£25m, Burnley), Wayne Rooney (free, Manchester United), Anton Donkor (loan, Wolfsburg), Josh Bowler (£4m, QPR), Lewis Gibson (£6m, Newcastle), Gylfi Sigurdsson (£45m, Swansea).
OUTS: Tom Cleverley (£8m, Watford), Henry Onyekuru (loan, Anderlecht), Russell Griffiths (free, Motherwell), Delial Brewster (free, Chesterfield), Conor McAleny (free, Fleetwood), Gerard Deulofeu (£10.5m, Barcelona), Brendan Galloway (loan, Sunderland), Josef Yarney (free, Newcastle), Tyias Browning (loan, Sunderland), Romelu Lukaku (£75m, Manchester United), Arouna Kone, Jack Bainbridge, Michael Donohue, Tyrone Duffus, Connor Hunt and James Yates (all released).
ps: list is updated every day as soon as deals are signed
pps: list contains only the top six, but if your team’s not here and you want them on just drop a comment below
ppps: with Everton leading transfer spending, they have been included on this list by popular demand (United have now overtaken the Merseysiders with over £100m spent)
Also read; Breakdown of every Premier League club’s spending in the 2016 summer window