2018/19

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
Sam JohnstoneMan Utd£6,500,00003 Jul, 2018
Jonathan BondReadingFree16 Jul, 2018
Kyle BartleySwanseaUndisc.16 Jul, 2018
Conor TownsendScunthorpeUndisc.28 Jul, 2018
Tyrone MearsMinnesota UFree26 Aug, 2018
Wes HoolahanNorwichFree14 Sep, 2018
Bakary SakoCrystal PalaceFree02 Oct, 2018
Total: £6,500,000

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
Ben FosterWatford£2,500,00005 Jul, 2018
James McCleanStoke£5,000,00021 Jul, 2018
Ethan RossColchesterFree27 Jul, 2018
Nacer ChadliMonacoUnknown30 Aug, 2018
Gareth McAuleyRangersFree03 Sep, 2018
Claudio YacobNottm ForestFree06 Sep, 2018
Bakary SakoCrystal PalaceFree27 Jan, 2019
Kyle JamesonFyldeFree24 May, 2019
Kyle HowkinsNewport CoFree11 Jun, 2019
Total: £7,500,000

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
None

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
None

Players released

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None
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Match in Focus

19:45 TODAY SKY

Switzerland v Ireland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Switzerland haven’t lost a competitive home match since 2014 – a run stretching 14 games
Expert verdict
Ireland will need to sharpen up in attack to take a positive result from their pivotal Euro 2020 qualification clash against Switzerland in Geneva. Ireland missed a huge chance to cement their place in Group D’s top two after a dour 0-0 draw against Georgia on Saturday, though one more victory from their remaining pair of fixtures will still see them qualify for next year’s showpiece. Switzerland have little to fear from the Irish frontline and should harness the energy of their buoyant support to break down the visitors.