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When is transfer deadline day 2022? Which players could move?

We’re edging closer to transfer deadline day 2022 as the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are running out of time to get in the signings they want.

Many big sagas are still unresolved after a lengthy saga, with ongoing transfer rumours involving big names like Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Frenkie de Jong, Youri Tielemans, and, of course, Cristiano Ronaldo.

As seems to be the case after basically every transfer window these days as fees continue to rise, this has already been a record summer in terms of Premier League spending, and it’s not over yet.

Big names like Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling, Casemiro and Christian Eriksen have been on the move this summer, while further big spending on the likes of Wesley Fofana and Antony looks imminent.

When is transfer deadline day 2022?

Fans will be keeping a close eye on the developments of the next few days as the deadline is 11pm on Thursday the 1st of September.


Manchester United have asked Barcelona about Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but the player’s preference is to join Chelsea.

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Transfer deadline day is always a dramatic affair, with twists and turns surely ahead as clubs might be more open to improving their offers or allowing players to leave in swap deals as they run out of time to be more careful about the finer details of negotiations.

Thursday the 1st of September is sure to have some surprises in store, and the few days building up to that should also see many clubs majorly step up their efforts to land the targets they want.

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