2017/18

Players in

PLAYER FROM FEE DATE
Kyle Walker Tottenham £45,000,000 14 Jul, 2017
Danilo Real Madrid £26,500,000 23 Jul, 2017
Benjamin Mendy Monaco £52,000,000 24 Jul, 2017
Total: £123,500,000

Players out

PLAYER TO FEE DATE
Aaron Mooy Huddersfield £8,000,000 30 Jun, 2017
Fernando Galatasaray £4,750,000 01 Jul, 2017
Enes Unal Villarreal £12,000,000 01 Jul, 2017
Wilfredo Caballero Chelsea Free 01 Jul, 2017
James Horsfield NAC Breda Unknown 01 Jul, 2017
Ruben Sobrino Alaves Unknown 07 Jul, 2017
Gael Clichy Istanbul Buyuk. Free 07 Jul, 2017
Bruno Zuculini Verona Undisc. 11 Jul, 2017
Olivier Ntcham Celtic £4,500,000 12 Jul, 2017
Nolito Sevilla £7,900,000 16 Jul, 2017
Aleksandar Kolarov Roma £4,500,000 22 Jul, 2017
Jesus Navas Sevilla Free 01 Aug, 2017
Ellis Plummer Motherwell Free 02 Aug, 2017
Billy O'Brien Macclesfield Signed 02 Aug, 2017
Kelechi Iheanacho Leicester £25,000,000 03 Aug, 2017
Samir Nasri Antalyaspor Unknown 21 Aug, 2017
Jadon Sancho B Dortmund Unknown 31 Aug, 2017
Wilfried Bony Swansea £12,000,000 31 Aug, 2017
Total: £78,650,000

Players loaned in

PLAYER FROM START END
None

Players loaned out

PLAYER TO START END
Joe Hart West Ham 18 Jul, 2017
Ashley Smith-Brown Hearts 30 Jun, 2017
Pablo Maffeo Becerra Girona 18 Aug, 2017
Jason Denayer Galatasaray 31 Aug, 2017
Angelino NAC Breda 01 Jul, 2017
Patrick Roberts Celtic 28 Aug, 2017
Bersant Celina Ipswich 03 Jul, 2017
Brandon Barker Hibernian 17 Aug, 2017
Aleix Garcia Serrano Girona 01 Aug, 2017
Luke Brattan Melbourne C 01 Jul, 2017
Aaron Nemane Rangers 23 Aug, 2017
Kean Bryan Oldham 31 Aug, 2017
Thierry Ambrose NAC Breda 01 Jul, 2017
Marlos Moreno Girona 01 Aug, 2017

Players released

PLAYER DATE
None
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Match in Focus

19:45 Tu 24Oct SKY

Swansea v Man Utd

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Man Utd have scored in all bar one game this season
Expert verdict
Jose Mourinho has a soft spot for the League Cup and is likely to approach it in cautious fashion as he looks to progress to the quarter-finals. United have kept clean sheets in five of their last nine games, while Swansea have failed to score in five of nine matches against top-flight teams.