2018/19

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
ThievySivassporUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Erdem OzgencBursasporUnknown11 Jul, 2018
Johannes HopfGenclerbirligiUnknown13 Jul, 2018
Tiago Pinto1299 OsmanlisporUnknown15 Jul, 2018
Moestafa El KabirAntalyasporUnknown16 Jul, 2018
Youness MokhtarPEC ZwolleUnknown17 Jul, 2018
Bakari KoneMalagaUnknown30 Jul, 2018
Nduka OzokwoMersinUnknown01 Aug, 2018
Mahmut AkanKardemirUnknown01 Aug, 2018
Sedat AgcayIstanbul Buyuk.Unknown01 Aug, 2018
Ilhan ParlakGaziantepsporUnknown01 Aug, 2018
Lukasz Szukala1299 OsmanlisporUnknown01 Aug, 2018
Korcan CelikaySivassporUnknown01 Aug, 2018
Thomas HeurtauxUdineseUnknown01 Aug, 2018
Kenan OzerKonyasporUnknown01 Aug, 2018
Alessio CerciVeronaUnknown16 Aug, 2018
Thibault MoulinPAOK SalonikaUnknown17 Aug, 2018
Brice Dja DjedjeWatfordUnknown19 Aug, 2018
Erdem SenMaritimoUnknown31 Aug, 2018
Total: £0

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
None

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
Kubilay KanatsizkusBursaspor31 Aug, 2018

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
None

Players released

PLAYERDATE
None
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Match in Focus

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England v Croatia

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • England have won four of their last five home matches
Expert verdict
This World Cup semi-final rematch is about much more than revenge for England with both teams knowing a Wembley win will take them through to next summer's Nations League knockout phase. England look to have stepped up a gear since last summer's World Cup loss to Croatia, beating Spain in Seville, and can continue their upward trajectory.