In the five strongest European leagues to date, the summer market in England is hotter than ever. With just over a month left until the start of the new season, the big English clubs have been incredibly active in transfers.
Manchester City have offered the team a goal machine like Erling Haaland and it is rumored that they could sell Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling to keep the financial balance stable.
Liverpool have broken their transfer record with the signing of Darwin Nunez, as well as offering the talents Fabio Carvalho and Calvin Ramsay. Sadio Mane left as a legend of the Bayern club after six successful seasons at “Anfield”.
Arsenal have also offered Porto Fabio Vieiran, with the “gunners” remaining very active in this market. Tottenham have officially made three transfers, meeting the demands of Antonio Contes, as the “Spurs” reached the qualification to the Champions League only at the end of the season. While the “Red Devils” in this market have Frenkie de Jong as the most talked about name, but Barcelona has not given up, despite the financial difficulties.
The Premier League remains superior to the strongest European leagues and the financial difficulties are not felt. Until the market closes, it looks like there will be no history, as England will continue its dominance in the transfer market.