Players in

Florent HadergjonajIngolstadt£5,000,00001 Jul, 2018
Jonas LosslMainzUndisc.01 Jul, 2018
Ben HamerLeicesterFree01 Jul, 2018
Terence KongoloMonaco£17,500,00001 Jul, 2018
Erik DurmB DortmundUndisc.13 Jul, 2018
Adama DiakhabyMonacoUndisc.20 Jul, 2018
Total: £22,500,000

Players out

Robbie McIntyreEdinburgh CFree01 Jul, 2018
Sean ScannellBradfordUndisc.19 Jul, 2018
Tareiq Holmes-DennisBristol RUndisc.23 Jul, 2018
Tom InceStoke£10,000,00024 Jul, 2018
Rob GreenChelseaFree26 Jul, 2018
Jordy HiwulaCoventryUndisc.02 Aug, 2018
Jordan WilliamsBarnsleyUnknown08 Aug, 2018
Scott MaloneDerbyUnknown08 Aug, 2018
Michael HefeleNottm ForestUnknown09 Aug, 2018
Total: £10,000,000

Players loaned in

Isaac MbenzaMontpellier08 Aug, 2018

Players loaned out

Joel ColemanShrewsbury27 Jul, 2018
Jack PayneBradford16 Jul, 2018
Regan BootyAldershot03 Jul, 2018
Lewis O'BrienBradford31 Aug, 2018
Rekeil PykeWrexham01 Jul, 2018

Players released

Dean Whitehead01 Jul, 2018
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Match in Focus


Wales v Denmark

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Wales have conceded in four of their last six matches in all competitions
Expert verdict
Denmark stalled Wales’ Nations League progress in the reverse fixture and can go top of the group with victory in Cardiff. Age Hareide’s men sunk the Welsh 2-0 in September courtesy of a Christian Eriksen brace and their resolute rearguard and prolificacy in the final third can see them ease past the hosts again. Wales took maximum points from their two matches with Ireland but have crumbled when hositng Spain in a friendly.