Players in

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 SakoC PalaceFree02 Oct, 2018
Total: £6,500,000

Players out

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
Total: £7,500,000

Players loaned in

Tosin AdarabioyoMan City03 Aug, 2018
Harvey BarnesLeicester24 Jul, 2018
Dwight GayleNewcastle06 Aug, 2018

Players loaned out

Dara O'SheaExeter07 Aug, 2018
Allan-Romeo NyomLeganes17 Aug, 2018
Max MelbournePartick01 Jul, 2018
Kyle JamesonBarrow01 Aug, 2018
Alex BradleyHavant & W01 Oct, 2018
Jose Salomon RondonNewcastle09 Aug, 2018
Callum MortonBraintree30 Nov, 2018
Zhang YuningDen Haag01 Jul, 2018

Players released

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Match in Focus


Arsenal v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have scored two or more goals in five of their last seven matches
Expert verdict
Arsenal came from behind to get the better of rivals Tottenham in the Premier League earlier this month and should frank the form in their League Cup quarter-final clash. The Gunners’ 22-match unbeaten run finally came to an end at Southampton on Sunday, but the club has been rejuvenated by the arrival of Unai Emery. Spurs lacked the desire of their hosts in the recent 4-2 defeat at the Emirates.