Premier League Transfer Market: Man City Player Sale, Man United Problems, Chelsea & Arsenal Priorities


Three players immediately left Manchester City in the transfer market this summer. Meanwhile, five players are on Manchester United ‘s radar .

As for other news from the Premier League transfer market today, Chelsea and Arsenal both want to sign the Man City bomber .

For more details, check out the latest news on the Premier League transfer market, summarized by today.

So far, Man United and Chelsea have not been able to bring in their coveted players.

However, there is still time for them to sign a number of their target players before the transfer window closes on September 1, at 23:00 local time.

Manchester United did not have internal problems with signing players.

Even Erik ten Hag’s team has prepared large funds to spend on players in the transfer market this summer.

However, his fading prestige made it difficult for the English Premier League giants to convince players to join.

How not, Manchester United had to go down caste after failing to get a ticket for the Champions League 2022/2023 season.

This problem must be solved by the new Man United coach, Erik ten Hag.

He is required to be able to convince players to join and fight with the club nicknamed the Red Devils.

Man United Recruitment List

Erik ten Hag reportedly wants five players to start a new era at Manchester United .

Launching from the Manchester Evening News, the Dutch coach has identified Frenkie de Jong, Christian Eriksen, Jurrien Timber, Antony and one reserve goalkeeper, as players he wants to sign.

Of the five players, Frenkie de Jong has been widely linked with a move from Barcelona to Manchester United.

De Jong has spent three years at Barcelona and his club are willing to sell the midfielder.

If Barcelona are willing to sell and De Jong finally joins Man United, it will be a blessing in itself for the Red Devils.

The reason is, the Dutch national team midfielder has great abilities and is very able to regulate the tempo.

Meanwhile, for Eriksen, the Brentford midfielder has been set by Ten Hag as a priority in the 2022 summer transfer market besides De Jong.

The reason is, Erik ten Hag believes Eriksen’s love for possession and ability in pressing will help him implement the desired style of play at Man United .

Antony, the Brazilian winger, has long been mentioned as a player Ten Hag wants to bring to Manchester United.

Antony’s price is in the range of 35 million euros or the equivalent of Rp608 billion.

As for Timber, Manchester United are eyeing the 21-year-old defender to strengthen the Red Devils’ defense next season.

The Red Devils’ interest in Timber cannot be separated from the playing style of the former Jong Ajax player.

Reported by from Breaking The Lines, Timber has a very good reading ability and great movement without the ball.

Lastly, Manchester United will be looking for a backup goalkeeper as Dean Henderson gets closer to the exit.

If Henderson does leave, Newcastle United’s Karl Darlow and Watford’s Daniel Bachmann are said to be options to replace Henderson.

However, Bachmann became the frontrunner to be recruited by Manchester United, with the Red Devils having to redeem him for 2.5 million euros or the equivalent of Rp43 billion.

On the other hand, although the 5 targets that Ten Hag wanted seemed like an expensive shopping list, it was not a problem for Manchester United Chief Executive, Richard Arnold.

Manchester City will most likely do laundry by selling three of its players.

Gabriel Jesus is likely to be the first player to leave the Etihad Stadium.

His departure is also likely to be an opener for other players to leave Manchester City.

Gabriel Jesus is reportedly close to Arsenal .

The Gunners who are currently under the direction of Mikel Arteta will be an attraction for the Brazilian.

The reason is, the two of them are already familiar because Arteta used to be Pep Guardiola’s assistant manager at Man City .

Meanwhile, Oleksandr Zinchenko is also rumored to be leaving Man City with Everton being the front line for his signature.

Not only those two players who are likely to leave Pep Guardiola’s squad.

Raheem Sterling is also rumored to be leaving Manchester Blue and moving to Chelsea.

Reported by from Goal International, Man City set a price of 50 million pounds (Rp 909 billion).

With his contract expiring in 2023, it is hoped that a deal with Arsenal will materialize soon.

The Gunners themselves have submitted a bid of 30 million pounds (Rp 545 billion).

Until now, negotiations between Man City and Arsenal are still ongoing.

In the summer transfer market of 2022, Man City is classified as spending a lot of money in spending.

City brought in Erling Haaland for a transfer value of 51 million pounds (Rp 927 billion).

The Citizens also recruited Julian ALvarez for 14 million pounds (Rp 254 billion).

The amount of spending made Man City have to re-balance its finances, namely by making several player sales.

Another player that City might sell is Zinchenko.

Everton seems to be the front team to get the Ukrainian star.

Not only Everton, other English teams are also interested in tasting his services, namely West Ham United.

Man City are looking to sign another left-back this summer with Brighton’s Marc Cucerella being Man City ‘s next target.

Another player that City will sell is Sterling.

The England national team player is reportedly going to close to rivals Man City , Chelsea .

Sterling will be anchored to Stamford Bridge if Romelu Lukaku’s loan to Inter Milan really materializes.

Sterling alone is likely to cost around 35 million pounds (Rp 636 billion).

Chelsea and Man City Negotiations

Having made the decision, Thomas Tuchel immediately followed up.

However, he hopes everyone who works in the team.

According to reports, Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus have emerged as options for Thomas Tuchel to bring to Stamford Bridhe.

In addition, there is also the name of Barcelona player, Ousmane Dembele who is also reportedly a target for the club.

At the back, Tuchel has also chosen several names to outsmart the moves of Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger.

Jules Kunde is the top name Tuchel will sign this summer.

Thomas Tuchel immediately

Arsenal to Sign Raphinha

In order to bring Leeds United winger, Arsenal’s Raphinha prepared an offer of Rp908 billion.

Arsenal are reportedly interested in Raphinha due to his performances with Leeds United in the 2021-2022 season in the Premier League.

Raphinha scored 11 goals and 3 assists in the Premier League, a testament to his sharpness amid Leeds’ inconsistent performances.

It’s not Arsenal who are interested in Raphinha, Barcelona also has the same interest.

Barcelona may be out of the list of clubs involved perbuan Raphinha.

This is because the Catalan club is currently solving the club’s financial problems.

The Blaugrana still have debts worth 1 billion euros or around Rp. 18 trillion and must be paid immediately.

The departure of Barcelona brought fresh air to Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur who also showed an interest in Raphinha.

However, as reported by from The Times, Arsenal have been prepared with a contract offer worth 50 million pounds or around Rp908 billion.

Mikel Arteta is a fan of Raphinha and has expressed interest since last March.

If Arsenal can sign Raphinha, then their ambition to qualify for the Champions League will be wide open.

Update Recap of the Premier League Transfer Market

In addition to the growing rumors, also check out the latest reports regarding today’s recap of the Premier League transfer market :

1. Arsenal

Sign in
Matt Turner (New England Revolution)
Marquinhos (Sao Paulo)

Matteo Guendouzi (Marseille)
Konstantinos Mavropanos (Stuttgart)
Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon) – free
Jonathan Dinzeyi (released)
Joel Lopez (released)
Jordan McEneff (released)
Harry Clarke (Stoke City) – loaned
Omar Rekik (Sparta Rotterdam) – loaned

2. Aston Villa

Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
Boubacar Kamara (Marseille) – free
Diego Carlos (Sevilla)
Robin Olsen (Rome)

Indiana Vassilev (Inter Miami) – on loan
Matt Targett (Newcastle United)
Conor Hourihane (released)

3. Bournemouth

Enter –

Gary Cahill (released)
Brennan Camp (released)
Ryan Glover (released)
Connor Kurrran-Browne (released)
Luke Nippard (released)
Owen Palmer (released)
Aaron Roberts (released)
Jack Seddon (released)

4. Brentford


Julian Jeanvier (released)
Mathias Jorgensen (released)
Ben Hockenhull (Tranmere Rovers)

5. Brighton & Hove Albion

Sign in
Julio Enciso (Libertad Asuncion)
Benicio Baker-Boaitey (Porto)

Jayson Molumby (West Brom)
Tudor Baluta (released)
Adam Desbois (released)
Lars Dendoncker (released)
Ulrick Ella (released)
Ayo Tanimowo (released)
John Lucero (released)
Jaami Qureshi (released)
Fynn Talley (Cliftonville) – on loan
Yves Bissouma (Tottenham)

6. Chelsea

Enter –

Antonio Rudiger (Real Madrid) – free
Andreas Christensen (released)
Danny Drinkwater (released)
Charly Musonda Jr.
Jake Clarke-Salter (released)

7. Crystal Palace

Enter –

Martin Kelly (released)
Jaroslaw Jach (released)
Luke Dreher (released)
Rian Jamai (released)
Kanye Jobson (released)
His Kirby (released)
Joseph Ling (released)
Sean Robertson (released)
Sion Spence (released)
Aidan Steele (released ) )
James Taylor (released)
Dylan Thiselton (released)

8. Everton


Jonjoe Kenny (released)

9. Fulham


Fabri (released)
Cyrus Christie (released)
Michael Hector (released)
Alfie Mawson (released)
Jean Michael Seri (released)
Fabio Carvalho (Liverpool)
Andre Zambo Anguissa (Napoli)
Timmy Abraham (released)
Jacob Adams (released)
Eric Ameyaw ( released)
Xavier Benjamin (released)
Tyler Caton (released)
Jerome Opoku (released)
Jonathon Page (released)
Julian Schwarzer (released)
Jaylan Wildbore (released)

10. Leeds United

Sign in
Brenden Aaronson (Red Bull Salzburg)
Rasmus Kristensen (Red Bull Salzburg)
Marc Roca (Bayern Munich)

Noah Kenneh (Hibernian) – free
Laurens De Bock (released)
Josh Galloway (released)
Alfie Hughes (released)
Bobby Kamwa (released)
Lui Bradbury (released)
Joe Littlewood (released)
Mitchell Picksley (released)

11. Leicester City

Enter –

Eldin Jakupovic (released)
Vontae Daley-Campbell (released)
Callum Hulme (released)
Will Russ (released)
Tyrese Shade (released)
Jacob Wakeling (released)

12. Liverpool

Fabio Carvalho (Fulham)
Darwin Nunez (Benfica)
Calvin Ramsay (Aberdeen)

Divock Origi (released)
Marko Grujic (FC Porto)
Loris Karius (released)
Sheyi Ojo (released)
Ben Woodburn (released)
Elijah Dixon-Bonner (released)
Luis Longstaff (released)

13. Manchester City

Julian Alavarez (River Plate)
Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund)

Pedro Porro (Sporting CP)
Fernandinho (released)
Gavin Bazunu (Southampton)

14. Manchester United


Lee Grant (retired)
Edinson Cavani (released)
Nemanja Matic (AS Roma) – free
Paul Pogba (released)
Jesse Lingard (released)
Juan Mata (released)
D’Mani Mellor (released)
Reece Devine (released)
Paul McShane (released )
Connor Stanley (released)
Paul Woolston (released)

15. Newcastle United

Sign in
Alex Murphy (Galway United)
Matt Targett (Aston Villa)

Oisin McEntee (Walsall)
Mo Sangare (Accrington Stanley)
Isaac Hayden (Norwich) – on loan
Lewis Cass (Port Vale)

16. Nottingham Forest

Sign in
Ryan Hammond (Millwall)

Tobias Figueiredo (released)
Carl Jenkinson (released)
Gaetan Bong (released)
Marcelo Valencia (released)
Josh Barnes (released)
Baba Fernandes (released)
Sam Sanders (released)
Morgan Thomas-Sadler (released)
Joe Watkins (released)
Mohamed Drager (FC Lucerne) – on loan

17. Southampton

Sign in
Alex Iwumene (Sutton United)
Gavin Bazunu (Manchester City)
Mateusz Lis (Altay SK)

Harry Lewis (Bradford City)
Fraser Forster (Tottenham Hotspur) – free

18.Tottenham Hotspur

Sign in
Ivan Perisic (Inter Milan) – free
Fraser Forster (Southampton) – free
Yves Bissouma (Brighton)

J’Neil Bennett (released)
Jez Davies (released)
Jordan Hackett (released)
Khalon Haysman (released)
Kacper Kurylowicz (released)
Thimothee Lo-Tutala (released)
Dermi Lusala (released)
Josh Oluwayemi (released)
Tobi Omole (released)
Isak Solberg (released)
Renaldo Torraj (released)
Oliver Turner (released)
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic)

19. West Ham United

Nayef Aguerd (Renes)

Ryan Fredericks (released)
David Martin (released)
Mark Noble (retired)
Andriy Yarmolenko (released)

20. Wolverhampton Wanderers

Hwang Hee-Chan (RB Leipzig)

John Ruddy (released)
Ruben Vinagre (Sporting CP)
Romain Saiss (released)
Conor Carty (released)
Pascal Estrada (released)
Marcal (released)
Raphael Nya (released)
Jamie Pardington (released)
Faisu Sangare (released)