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Premier League Transfers On Deadline Day

premier-league-logo1.jpgStay updated on the latest transfers in the Premier League today on deadline day, which marks the end of the August transfer window (extended one day because the last day of August was a Sunday):

  • Fraizer Campbell (England) joins Tottenham Hotspur from Man United,
  • Dimitar Berbatov (Bulgaria) joins Manchester United from Spurs,
  • Martin Cranie (England) joins Charlton from Portsmouth,
  • Robinho (Brazil) joins Manchester City from Real Madrid,
  • George McCartney (Ireland) joins Sunderland from West Ham United,
  • Antoine Sibierski (France) joins Norwich City from Wigan Athletic,
  • Alexei Smertin (Russia) has had his Fulham contract cancelled by mutual consent,
  • Julian Gray (England) joins Fulham from Coventry City,
  • Danny Higginbotham (England) joins Stoke from Sunderland,
  • Carlo Nash (England) joins Everton from Wigan,
  • Albert Riera (Spain) joins Liverpool from Espanyol,
  • Collins John (Holland) joins NEC Nijmegen from Fulham,
  • Ryan Donk (Holland) joins West Brom from AZ Alkmaar,
  • Andriy Voronin (Ukraine) joins Hertha Berlin on a season-long loan from Liverpool,
  • Steve Bunn (England) signs for Blackburn Rovers from Northampton Town; amazingly this one of the very few transfers today involving English players in the Premier League,
  • Steve Finnan (Ireland) joins Espanyol from Liverpool,
  • Rachid Bouaouzan (Holland) joins NEC Nijmegen on a one-year loan deal from Wigan Athletic,
  • Peter Gulacsi (Hungary) joins Liverpool from MTK Hungaria as a backup goalkeeper,
  • Louis Saha (France) joins Everton from Manchester United,
  • Nadir Belhadj (Algeria) joins Portsmouth on a season-long loan from Lens,
  • Vitor Flora (Brazil) joins Liverpool from Botafogo,
  • Ignacio Gonzalez (Uruguay) joins Newcastle United on loan from Valencia,
  • Blerim Dzemaili (Switzerland) joins Torino from Bolton on a season-long loan,
  • Vedran Corluka (Croatia) joins Tottenham Hotspur from Manchester City,
  • Roman Pavlyuchenko (Russia) joins Tottenham Hotspur from Spartak Moscow,
  • Xisco (Spain) joins Newcastle United from Deportivo de La Coruna,

In a recent development, Manchester City’s new owners have reportedly put a bid in for Dimitri Berbatov in excess of £30 million.

Keep on returning throughout the day for the confirmations of the latest transfers.


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