#DeadlineDay: Here Are The Top Signings Made By English Clubs In The 2019 Summer Transfer Window

The transfer window for England has closed and premier league clubs made some good deals.

This transfer window saw some big clubs breaking transfer records.

Most of the acquisitions made this summer are very vital for all the clubs.

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Here are the top signings that were made in the 2019 transfer window by Premier League clubs:

Harry Maguire

From Leicester City to Manchester United for a record fee of £80M, making him the world’s most expensive defender.

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Nicolas Pépé

From Lille to Arsenal for £72M making him the most expensive African footballer.

 

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Rodri Hernandez

From Atletico Madrid to Manchester City for a club-record fee of £62.8M

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Joao Cancelo

From Juventus to Manchester City for £60M

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Tanguy Ndombele

From Lyon to Tottenham Hotspur for a club-record fee of £62.8M

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Aaron Wan Bissaka

From Crystal Palace to Manchester United for £50M

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Mateo Kovacic

From Real Madrid to Chelsea for £45M

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Youri Tielemans

From Monaco to Leicester City for £40M

 

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Moise Kean

From Juventus to Everton for £29M

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William Saliba

From Saint-Etienne to Arsenal for £27M

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Who is your favourite signing this summer?

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