2018/19

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
Philippe SandlerPEC Zwolle£2,200,00001 Jul, 2018
Riyad MahrezLeicester£60,000,00010 Jul, 2018
Claudio GomesParis St-G.Undisc.24 Jul, 2018
Daniel ArzaniMelbourne C£801,00008 Aug, 2018
Total: £63,001,000

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
Will PatchingNotts CoFree01 Jul, 2018
Pablo Maffeo BecerraStuttgartFree01 Jul, 2018
Angus GunnSouthampton£10,000,00010 Jul, 2018
Isaac Buckley-RickettsPeterboroughFree17 Jul, 2018
Rodney KongoloHeerenveen£750,00018 Jul, 2018
Bersant CelinaSwansea£3,000,00031 Jul, 2018
Joe HartBurnley£3,500,00001 Aug, 2018
Kean BryanSheff UtdFree02 Aug, 2018
Jason DenayerLyonUnknown21 Aug, 2018
Yaya ToureOlympiakosFree02 Sep, 2018
Total: £17,250,000

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
None

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
Arijanet MuricNAC Breda31 Jul, 2018
Tosin AdarabioyoWest Brom03 Aug, 2018
Douglas LuizGirona31 Aug, 2018
Daniel ArzaniCeltic17 Aug, 2018
Anthony CaceresMelbourne C01 Jul, 2018
Patrick RobertsGirona16 Aug, 2018
Brandon BarkerPreston07 Aug, 2018
Jack HarrisonLeeds30 Jul, 2018
Aleix Garcia SerranoGirona01 Aug, 2018
Luke BrattanMelbourne C05 Jul, 2018
Thierry AmbroseLens01 Aug, 2018
Lukas NmechaPreston09 Aug, 2018

Players released

PLAYERDATE
Demeaco Duhaney01 Jul, 2018
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Match in Focus

18:00 TODAY SKY

Switzerland v Qatar

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • The Swiss are unbeaten in 11 matches on home soil
Expert verdict
Switzerland hammered Iceland 6-0 in their last home game and should have no problems in this friendly against Qatar. The visitors failed to make the World Cup, finishing bottom of their third-round qualifying group in Asia, and lost 2-0 away to Uzbekistan in a friendly in October.