Players in

Martin GraiciarSlovan LiberecUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Lorenzo VenutiBeneventoUnknown01 Jul, 2018
German PezzellaReal BetisUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Cristiano BiraghiPescaraUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Vincent LauriniEmpoliUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Dusan VlahovicPartizanUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Nicky Medja BelokoFC SionUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Alban LafontToulouseUnknown02 Jul, 2018
Federico CeccheriniCrotoneUnknown12 Jul, 2018
Christian NorgaardBrondbyUnknown19 Jul, 2018
Total: £0

Players out

Nikola KalinicMilanUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Nenad TomovicChievoUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Khouma BabacarSassuoloUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Bruno GasparSportingUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Vitja ValencicO. LjubljanaUnknown31 Jul, 2018
Milan BadeljLazioUnknown01 Aug, 2018
Joshua PerezLos Angeles FCUnknown08 Aug, 2018
Carlos SanchezWest Ham£4,000,00009 Aug, 2018
Total: £4,000,000

Players loaned in

Riccardo SaponaraEmpoli01 Jul, 2018
GersonRoma20 Jul, 2018
Edimilson FernandesWest Ham13 Aug, 2018
Marko PjacaJuventus07 Aug, 2018
Kevin MirallasEverton10 Aug, 2018

Players loaned out

Sebastian CristoforoGetafe31 Aug, 2018
Andres SchetinoCosenza01 Aug, 2018

Players released

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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.