Even in the post Covid-19 lockdown era, plenty transfer business have been going on in the football world especially in the Premier League where the 'big boys' are looking to be in a good money stand than the rest of other clubs in Europe top five big leagues.
Premier League football will return in 11 days time as clubs gear up to put a fight for the coming season, Mirai Sports bring you update to all completed signings made by each clubs in the England top-flight league.
The mouthwatering deal of the transfer window so far has been Arsenal's singing of Brighton & Hoves Albion defender, Ben White for £50 million  and Man United's acquisition of long time target, Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund for a whopping £73 million.
Below is every important peice of all transfers carried out by every Premier League club heading into thr forthcoming season.

The Gunners have made three high profile signings which includes the acquisition of Benfica's Nuno Tavares for a fee as low as £7.2m; Mikel Arteta also acquired the signature of Albert Sambi Lokonga from Anderlecht for a £19m price tag before landing England defender Ben White for a second club record fee of £50m plus add ons.
With these signings, the Gunners will look to go into the season with some loopholes been filled as they look to fight for a top four berth this season.

Aston Villa
Even with it small budget as many football fans have thought, the Villans are not looking back in this transfer window as they have made some summer signings too. 
Dean Smith has added to side a talented playmaker in person of Emiliano Buendia from Norwich City for £33m transfer fee, with Ashley Young returning to join his boyhood club on a free transfer from Inter Millan. With Buendia in their ranks, a loss of star player, Jack Grealish may not be servely felt.

The Premier League newcomers have also been busy on their own, making three confirmed signings as of now.
The Bees acquired Nigerian international, Frank Onyeka from FC Midyjlland for £9m, a £13.5m singning of Kristoffer Ajer from Celtic and also the signature of Myles Peart-Harris for £1.4m from Chelsea.

Brighton and Hoves Albion
The Seagulls have made treble of signings going into this season as they have gotten Enock Mwepu for £20.7m from RB Salzburg, Kjell Scherpen and Jeremy Sarmiento for undisclosed fees from Ajax and Benfica respectively.

The Clarets have confirmed just three signings in preparation for this coming season the signing of Nathan Collins for £12.6m from Stoke City, Jacob Bedeau and Wayne Hennessey as a free agents from Scunthorpe and Crystal Palace respectively.

The Blues haven been linked to many high profile players have not been active in the current transfer window for now but it is likely Thomas Tuchel will add new faces to his squad before the transfer window runs down. As of now, the only incoming for Chelsea is Marcus Bettineli who came in as a free agent from Fulham United.

Crystal Palace
The Eagles have made five summer signings heading into this campaign with acquisition of Michael Olise for an £8.3m fee from Reading, Jacob Montes as a free agent from Georgetown University, Marc Guehi from Chelsea for £18m, Remi Mathews on a free from Sunderland and also Joachim Anderson for a £15.8m transfer fee from Olympique Lyon.

Rafa Benetiz have been busy since taking charge of the Merseyside Blue. The Toffees have acquired the signature of Andros Townsend and Asmir Begovic from Crystal Palace and Bournemouth respectively before getting the signature of Demarai Gray for £1.7m from Bayern Leverkusen.

Leeds United
Leeds United have also been busy in the transfer market as they prepare for the current season with the acquisition of Jack Harrison from Manchester City for £11m, Junior Firpo from FC Barcelona for a £13.5m transfer fee before getting Lewis Bate from Chelsea for a £1.5m fee.

Leicester City
The Foxes have laid their hands on three new signings already with Patson Daka showing up at the King Power from RB Salzburg for a £23m fee, Boubakary Soumare for £17m from Lille with Ryan Bertrand showing up on a free transfer from Southampton.

Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp have been quiet in the current window with the Reds only been able to acquire Ibrahima Konate for £36m from RB Leipzig earlier in the summer.

Manchester City
The Cityzens haven't made any high profile signing for now as they are still keeping tabs on the likes of Jack Grealish and Harry Kane but jave been some sleeky deals with the acquisition of Metinho and Kayky  for £5m and £9m respectively from Fluminese, while acquiring Scott Carson on a free from Derby County.

Manchester United
The Red Devils have been the most active in the current transfer window among the Premier League ''big boys'  with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer haven made three signings as former goalkeeper, Thomas Heaton returned to the club on a free transfer from Aston Villa before the Old Trafford club acquired their ever wanted singing, Jadon Sancho for £73m from Borussia Dortmund then added Raphael Varane from Real Madrid for a £45m transfer fee to boost their defensive ranks.

Newcastle United
The Magpies are the only Premier League club yet to make a singing heading into the new season with the Tyenside currently undergoing some sort of financial downturn. It is still to be observed if theyllt make a new signing before the season kick-off.

Norwich City
The Premier League returnees have been busy in the market as they look to keep their place in the Premier League even after the end of the season in May next year. 
The Premier League new boys have acquired Ben Gibson for an £8m fee from Burnley, Dimitris Giannoulis for £6.2m from PAOK Salonika, Billy Glimour on loan from Chelsea, Milot Rashica for £9.9m from Werder Bremen, Angus Gunn, a £5.27m deal from Southampton, Pierre Lees-Melou, a £3.5m from Nice before getting Flynn Clarke on a free transfer from Peterborough.

The Saints have been busy in the market too having gotten Theo Walcott as a free agent from Everton, Romain Perraud for an £11m fee from Brest and Olly Lancashire as a free agent from Crewe Alexandra.

Tottenham Hotspur
Nuno Espirito Santos have been busy since taking charge the Lily-whites getting the services of Bryan Gil for £21.6 plus Erik Lamela from Sevilla with Pierluigi Gollini on a loan deal with an option to buy from Atalanta.

The Hornets have made eight signings going into this campaign. Imran Louzza for £9m from Nantes, Emmanuel Dennis for £3.6m from Club Brugge, Kwadwo Baah, a £125k signing from Rochdale, Peter Etebo on a loan deal from Stoke City before acquiring Danny Rose, Joshua King and Ashley Fletcher as free agents from Tottenham, Everton and Middlesbrough respectively.

Westham United
The Hammers are also active in the window, acquiring Craig Dawson from Watford for £2m, Alphonse Areola on loan from Paris Saint Germain alonsialo Pierre Ekwah Elimby for an undisclosed fee from Chelsea.

Wolverhampton Wanders
Wolves are not bren left behind in this transfer window as they have pulled five transfera already which includes the likes  of Yerson Mosquera for a £4.5m fee from Atletico Nacional, Trincao on loan from Barcelona, Rayan Akt Nouri for £10m from Angers, Jose Sa for £7m from Olympiacos and Bendeguz Bola for £1.8m from Fehervar.

The new Premier League season promises to be exciting judging from the new arrivals to different clubs; on how good these signings will be, we'll have to wait for the season to kick-off.
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