2017/18

Players in

PLAYER FROM FEE DATE
Rachid Ghezzal Lyon Free 01 Jul, 2017
Jordy Gaspar Lyon Unknown 01 Jul, 2017
Dinis Almeida Belenenses Unknown 01 Jul, 2017
Diego Benaglio Wolfsburg Unknown 01 Jul, 2017
Alvaro Fernandez Osasuna Unknown 01 Jul, 2017
Terence Kongolo Feyenoord Unknown 03 Jul, 2017
Adama Diakhaby Rennes Unknown 02 Aug, 2017
Stevan Jovetic Inter Unknown 29 Aug, 2017
Keita Balde Diao Lazio Unknown 29 Aug, 2017
Pietro Pellegri Genoa Unknown 27 Jan, 2018
Total: £0

Players out

PLAYER TO FEE DATE
Valere Germain Marseille Unknown 26 Jun, 2017
Nabil Dirar Fenerbahce Unknown 01 Jul, 2017
Kouadio Dabila Lille Unknown 01 Jul, 2017
Elderson Echiejile Sivasspor Unknown 07 Jul, 2017
Abdou Diallo Mainz Unknown 14 Jul, 2017
Tiemoue Bakayoko Chelsea £40,000,000 15 Jul, 2017
Benjamin Mendy Man City £52,000,000 24 Jul, 2017
Allan Saint-Maximin Nice Unknown 08 Aug, 2017
Guido Carrillo Southampton £19,000,000 25 Jan, 2018
Total: £111,000,000

Players loaned in

PLAYER FROM START END
None

Players loaned out

PLAYER TO START END
None

Players released

PLAYER DATE
None
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Match in Focus

13:00 TODAY ITV

Sweden v South Korea

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Sweden have won only two World Cup matches since reaching the semi-finals in 1994
Expert verdict
Neither team comes into the tournament in great nick and it could be worth taking a chance on a minor World Cup upset with South Korea a little bit of value against Sweden. South Korea possess the best attacker on the pitch in Heung-Min Son, while Sweden tend to be a team who struggle when asked to force the issue as favourites.