There is now less than two weeks to go in the summer transfer market as Premier League clubs continue to scan the market for opportunities. It’s almost certain that all of the Big Six will remain active in the final stretches of the window meaning there could be plenty of twists and turns up ahead after yet another crazy summer of transfer carnage.
Manchester United are still open to the prospect of strengthening in midfield and in defence but Erik ten Hag knows further spending is likely to be dependent on sales.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp also refused to rule out further additions on Friday after completing the signing of Wataru Endo from Stuttgart.
Then there’s Chelsea, who are quickly approaching the £1billion mark when it comes to spending under Todd Boehly and there could be further recruits before September 1.
Spurs still have work to do in the market after losing Harry Kane and Manchester City still want two new attackers particularly after Kevin De Bruyne.
Arsenal could continue to strengthen if they sense an opportunity to be had after four summer signings for Mikel Arteta while Newcastle consider their business done once Lewis Hall arrives from Chelsea.
Express Sport keeps you up to date with all the latest developments from the transfer market on Saturday, August 19.