2018/19

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
Naby KeitaRB Leipzig£52,750,00001 Jul, 2018
FabinhoMonaco£39,900,00001 Jul, 2018
Xherdan ShaqiriStoke£13,000,00013 Jul, 2018
AlissonRoma£66,800,00019 Jul, 2018
Isaac Christie-DaviesChelsea U21Compensation01 Jan, 2019
Total: £172,450,000

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
Jon FlanaganRangersFree01 Jul, 2018
Emre CanJuventusFree01 Jul, 2018
Yan DhandaSwanseaFree01 Jul, 2018
Danny WardLeicester£12,500,00020 Jul, 2018
Andrew FirthBarrowFree20 Jul, 2018
Paulo Manuel Neves AlvesWolvesFree20 Jul, 2018
Ragnar KlavanCagliariUnknown17 Aug, 2018
Dominic SolankeBournemouth£17,000,00004 Jan, 2019
Total: £29,500,000

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
None

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
Kamil GrabaraAarhus06 Jan, 2019
Loris KariusBesiktas25 Aug, 2018
Shamal GeorgeTranmere24 Jul, 2018
Adam BogdanHibernian02 Jul, 2018
Nathaniel ClyneBournemouth04 Jan, 2019
Harry WilsonDerby17 Jul, 2018
Sheyi OjoReims30 Aug, 2018
Ryan KentRangers24 Jul, 2018
Marko GrujicHertha Berlin19 Aug, 2018
Herbie KaneDoncaster02 Aug, 2018
Ovie EjariaReading07 Jan, 2019
AllanE Frankfurt25 Jul, 2018
Taiwo AwoniyiMouscron-P11 Jan, 2019

Players released

PLAYERDATE
None
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Match in Focus

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Fulham v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Spurs have won four of the last five league meetings
Expert verdict
Tottenham will be frustrated with their loss at home to Manchester United on Sunday and will be keen to bounce back in style at Craven Cottage, even if they are weakened by the injury to Harry Kane and absence of Son Heung-min. Spurs still looked solid in defence in that fixture and, with Jan Vertonghen back, won’t allow many chances for Fulham’s attackers. The struggling Cottagers have conceded six goals in their last two fixtures,