Friday, 10 July 2015
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE TRANSFERS 2015/2016
English Premier League is widely considered to be the strongest football competition in the world and as such it is a real magnet for football fans everywhere. With Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal fighting for the title every single season, and clubs like Tottenham and Manchester City closing the gap behind the Big 4, every Premiership campaign seems to be even more interesting than the last.
Having said that, you will be glad to hear that English Premier League Transfers page will help you stay up to date with the latest football transfers from England's top flight, with even transfer fees shown where available. While the title rivals are looking to add few more quality players without upsetting the balance of the squad, the smaller sides and especially the promoted teams aim for quantity as well as quality, but you can rest assured that all soccer transfers will be shown in this section as soon as they have been officially confirmed.
Whether you are a football betting enthusiast and want to know how the Premiership clubs have fared in the latest transfer window or you just want to be kept abreast with the latest developments from the best league in the world, there is every chance that you will find what you are looking for in what is a very popular section of our website. Spanish La Liga football transfers and Italian Serie A football transfers are listed under separate sections, just like the rest of Europe latest deals, meaning that football transfers from your favourite football competition are just a click away.
The English Premier League Transfers page will not only cover the purchases, but also free transfers and loan deals, displaying the player involved, his nationality, his old and new clubs as well as the price of the transfer if available. Premiership clubs often decide not to reveal the agreed transfer fee, so these kinds of deals will be regarded as undisclosed.
While the players under contract are only allowed to move clubs within the summer and winter transfer windows, footballers out of contract can change clubs at any stage of the season, whereas certain loan deals can also be completed outside the transfer windows. The emergency loans can only be completed if a club are