The Premier League transfers you may have missed so far – Everton, Man City, Chelsea deals

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The summer transfer window will slam shut at 11pm tonight as clubs frantically try to get last-minute deals over the line. The transfers have been coming thick and fast all summer.

Manchester City broke the British transfer record to land Jack Grealish, while Chelsea broke their club transfer record to recapture Romelu Lukaku.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are set to welcome Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club after already spending mega-money on Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.

With Arsenal and Tottenham also splashing the cash, fans will be forgiven for missing the less-publicised transfers.

And Express Sport takes a look at some of the other transfers which have gone through this summer.

Scott Carson to Man City

Scott Carson originally joined Manchester City on loan from Derby County in 2019, before extending that deal for a second season.

The goalkeeper made his City debut in his side’s 4-3 victory over Newcastle United in May. He joined the Citizens on a permanent deal this summer after his contract at Debry expired.

Aaron Lennon to Burnley

Aaron Lennon re-joined Burnley last week after departing the club for Turkish side Kayserispor in September 2020 amid contract chaos due to the coronavirus.

The 34-year-old made his second debut for the club as they defeated Newcastle United following a penalty shoot-out in the Carabao Cup.

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Axel Tuanzebe to Aston Villa

Axel Tuanzebe signed a new contract with Manchester United this summer before moving to Aston Villa on a season-long loan.

The 23-year-old has already enjoyed two loan spells at Villa Park, helping the club win promotion from the Championship in 2019. The centre-back played the full 90 minutes as Villa drew with Brentford on Saturday.

Marcus Bettinelli to Chelsea

Marcus Bettinelli made the move to Chelsea following the expiration of his contract at Fulham.

The keeper, who made 120 appearances during his time at Craven Cottage, will provide back-up for Edouard Mendy and Kepa Arrizabalaga.


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Andy Lonergan to Everton

Another keeper on the move this summer was Andy Lonergan. The 37-year-old has virtually made a career out of being a back-up keeper.

Lonergan was most recently with West Brom, but also spent a season at Liverpool, and is in a select group of players to play for both Merseyside clubs.

Joshua King to Watford

Joshua King spent the second half of last season at Everton – but his career on Merseyside never really got going and the club decided against extending his deal.

Watford were quick to snap up the 29-year-old and he made his debut for the club at Brighton earlier this month. King previously scored 53 goals in 184 appearances for Bournemouth.

Christian Fuchs to Charlotte Independence

After a stellar career with Leicester City, Christian Fuchs made the move to Charlotte Independence, who ply their trade in the second tier of the American pyramid.

The 35-year-old played 32 games for Leicester during their 2015/16 Premier League title-winning campaign.

Matty Longstaff to Aberdeen

Matty Longstaff burst onto the Premier League scene in October 2019 when he scored the only goal of the game on his top-flight debut as Newcastle United beat Manchester United.

But he has found game time at St James’ Park extremely limited and he has only made 20 first-team appearances. He has now been shipped off on a season-long loan to Aberdeen.

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