The summer transfer window opened on June 9th and is expected to end on Tuesday, August 31st at 11pm.
It was an incredibly busy window across Europe as Lionel Messi joined PSG from Barcelona and Cristiano Ronaldo made a shocking return to Manchester United while Chelsea signed Romelu Lukaku on a deal worth around £ 98m and Manchester City Jack . Signed Grealish is Britain’s most expensive player after signing the midfielder for £ 100m from Aston Villa.
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Which clubs in Yorkshire will be the busiest in the coming days?
LATE DEALS: Sheffield United, Barnsley and Middlesbrough hope to make additional transfers before Tuesday’s deadline.SHOCK MOVEMENTS: It was a window of big transfers across Europe when Lionel Messi joined PSG from Barcelona. Image: Getty Images.
After signing Barcelona left-back Junior Firpo and making Jack Harrison’s stint on Elland Road permanent, it was a relatively quiet window for the Whites with only Kristoffer Klaesson coming in to compete with goalkeeper Illan Meslier.
However, they have made similar commitments to Hjelde’s with Lewis Bate, Amari Miller and Sean McGurk, all of whom joined the club and started their careers on Elland Road in the U23.
Meanwhile, Rotherham United has no news of Michael Smith until Saturday as the transfer deadline approaches. The Millers are not interested in selling the forward, but have admitted that if one is made before Tuesday night, they cannot turn down a suitable offer.
Little movement is expected in Sheffield Wednesday, Bradford City and Harrogate Town in the last few days of the window. As soon as the ability to sign players ends, clubs can re-strengthen their squads when the January window opens on Saturday January 1st before it closes at 11:59 PM on Monday January 31st.