The transfer window is still ongoing as European leagues move on. Several teams are still keen on luring their transfer targets after a disappointing start to the season.
To strengthen is always the only way out before the widow closes on the 31st of August.
Big teams like Manchester United and Chelsea are still keen on doing more business after signing some of their targets.
Manchester United is currently facing a transfer crisis in addition to the club’s poor performances this season.
The Red Devils have failed to register a draw, let alone win a game since the league kicked off.
However, several other teams are busy strengthening their squad, and here are the transfers that have moved through this August.
1. Issa Diop to Fulham. The West Ham United prolific defender joined newly promoted Fulham on an initial fee of £15 million, which could rise to £20 million in add-ons.
2. Alexis Sanchez to Marseille.
Sanchez who once played in the premier league for Arsenal and Manchester United, is currently and officially a Marseille player after moving on a free transfer from Inter Milan to the French giant.
3. Malang Sarr.
The Chelsea defender joined Monaco on loan following the arrival of Kalidou Koulibaly to Stamford Bridge.
4. Goncalo Guedes.
Former Valencia playmaker Guedes moved from the Spanish LaLiga team to Wolverhampton Wanderers on a transfer fee of £27.5million.
5. Marc Cucurella to Chelsea.
The former Brighton left back decided to join the Blues after the Stamford Bridge outfit won Manchester City in a bidding war. Chelsea paid a whooping £60million to get his signature.
6. Georginio Wijnaldum to Roma.
The Dutchman moved from Paris Saint Germain to the Italian side Roma football club on a season-long loan. Roma could move to secure him on a permanent transfer after this summer.
7. Carney Chukwuemeka to Chelsea.
Aston Villa youngster moved to the Blues side of London for a staggering fee of £ 20 million. Although he’s yet to make his debut for the first team, but Chukwuemeka is tipped to become one of the best midfielders in a few years to come.