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Football Players’ summer transfers 2023

All the signings made so far in Top European Leagues in the 2023 summer transfer window

Published on 13 Jun 2023

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The offseason is here for club football worldwide and now is the time for clubs to decide on their additions and removals from the current squad. It’s about to be a long summer, and FBR is here to give you all the juicy news, rumors, and transfers in this summer transfer window. We will cover major leagues like the English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, German Bundesliga, and Italian Serie A alongside standout individual transfer headlines outside the major leagues. Come with us on this exclusive piece to keep you updated on all the latest notable transfers and the predicted transfers to be done in the 2023 summer football transfer window.

Notable non-European league signings in 2023 football summer transfers

  • Lionel Messi – Inter Miami

Former Barcelona man Lionel Messi has left Paris Saint Germain for Inter Miami in what appeared to be a shock move to the football world. The World Cup winner has left European football entirely to play in America. In both seasons at PSG, he won the Ligue 1, but he could not lead them to a successful stint despite being brought in to help the French Champions in the Champions League. During his two years in Paris, The seven-time Ballon D’or winner scored 32 goals in 75 games for the club.

  • Karim Benzema – Al Ittihad

After fourteen years with Los Blancos, the French forward Karim Benzema departed Real Madrid for Saudi Arabia Pro League side Al Ittihad as he refused to sign his one-year extension deal with Madrid. The Ballon d’Or winner has signed a mega deal with Al Ittihad; as the deal’s details remain undisclosed, you can rest assured that the five-time Champions League winner has taken up a lucrative offer. Karim Benzema is Real Madrid’s second-record goalscorer with 354 goals in 648 appearances.

  • N’golo Kante – Al Ittihad

Multiple Premier League winner, Champions League, and World Cup winner N’golo Kante have left Chelsea FC as a free agent to Saudi Arabia Pro League team Al Ittihad. Kante will team up with his fellow French Nationale Karim Benzema at Al Ittihad. N’gola Kante, who has been battling injury for a while now, has decided to end his stint in Europe and play in Saudi Arabia, a country he is bound to be comfortable in, mainly due to his religious belief. N’golo Kante was instrumental to Chelsea when healthy, and the Blues will have difficulty replacing him.

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European biggest summer transfers 2023

Here we will reveal all notable players’ signings in the transfer window this summer, alongside predictions and rumors in top European football leagues.

English Premier League summer transfer window news

  • Liverpool Signs Alexis Mac Allister

The Reds, who had a midfield crisis in the just concluded Premier League season, have now prioritized bolstering their midfield this summer window. Liverpool has begun their revamp well by triggering the release clause of World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton for only £35m. Looking at the price the Reds paid for Mac Allister, this is a steal; expect more signings from Liverpool this summer as they aim to return to the top four and possibly compete for the EPL next season.

  • Aston Villa Signs Youri Tielemans

This season, the relegated teams from the Premier League have become an automatic talent pool for clubs around the wall, as only a few players will be willing to compete in the Championship. Leicester City is the latest victim of circumstance, as Aston Villa just signed their top midfielder for free. Youri Tielemans, whose contract with Leicester City expired without being renewed, has joined Villa as their first acquisition of the summer transfer window.

  • Chelsea Signs Christopher Nkuku

Chelsea FC perhaps might have made their smartest decision under this new ownership with the signing of French sensation Christopher Nkuku. Nkuku’s signature was secured for only 52 million pounds in what’s considered a steal looking at the season the former Leipzig’s forward just had. He was Bundesliga’s top scorer despite being out for a considerable amount of time due to injury and not even playing as Leipzig’s primary goal scorer. He now looks to begin his new chapter at Stamford Bridge.

  • Brighton And Hove Albion Signs João Pedro

João Pedro, a Brazilian forward, joined Brighton from Watford for a club-record £30 million fee. He signed a five-year deal that runs until June 2028. To improve his team for the 2023–24 Premier League season, Roberto De Zerbi is eager to make additions, and Pedro is the first of many more to come. In 35 Championship games this season, Pedro had 11 goals to his credit. This acquisition will be crucial to Brighton’s squad depth because they will compete in the Europa League the following campaign.

Spanish La Liga latest football Summer transfers news

  • Real Madrid Signs Jude Bellingham

The Los Blancos have struck again with their ability to attract world-class talents. This time, German club Borussia Dortmund, known for their incredible talent ID, is the victim of Madrid’s raid. With Manchester City and Liverpool also eyeing the player previously, Madrid emerged winner of the transfer duel as they paid 103 million euros to obtain the signature of the English prodigy.

  • Joao Felix Returns To Atletico de Madrid

The Portuguese forward, who was on loan at Chelsea FC, will return to his parent club Atletico de Madrid in an unsuccessful loan spell at the London-based club. Joao Felix scored four goals in sixteen Premier League appearances for the Blues; despite regular game time, he did not impress the Blues’ upper hierarchy with his lack of consistency.

German Bundesliga latest transfer news

  • Bayern Munich Signs Konrad Laimer

Bayern Munich, the reigning German Bundesliga champions, have acquired the signatures of versatile midfielder Konrad Laimer on a free transfer after his contract with RB Leipzig expired. The Austrian departed Leipzig, where he twice won the German Cup. The 26-year-old has a deal with Bayern that runs through 2027. He is a central midfielder who plays with a lot of intensity but can also play right back if necessary.

  • Borussia Dortmund Signs Ramy Bensebaini

The Algerian left-back Ramy Bensebaini has joined Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer after his contract with league rivals Borussia Moenchengladbach expired in the summer.

In 113 games for the team, Bensebaini scored 25 goals and sent out eight assists. With this signing, Dortmund made a like-for-like replacement as their starting Raphael Guerreiro, whose contract ended after the season, will be replaced by Bensebaini.

  • Werder Bremen Signs Naby Keita

The international player from Guinea left at the end of the campaign after his contract with Premier League powerhouse Liverpool was not renewed. Keita has now decided to join Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga once more. With 11 goals and seven assists from 129 appearances, Keita leaves Liverpool having contributed to Liverpool’s six championships during his time there.

Italian Serie A football summer transfers

  • Roma Signs Houssem Aouar

Houssem Aouar, a midfielder for Lyon, has officially joined Roma. The Algerian international completed his contract with Olympique Lyonnais, his first club, where he has played since he was 11. Aouar played practically every position in the midfield and occasionally acted as a forward throughout his 233 games in all competitions, contributing 34 assists and 41 goals.

  • Brahim Diaz Departs AC Milan

Spanish giants Real Madrid has decided to call back AC Milan’s Brahim Diaz after three seasons on loan at AC Milan. The 23-year-old Diaz helped Milan win the Serie A championship in 2022 and get to the Champions League semi-finals this season during his three seasons on loan at Milan. The search for a replacement for the young forward must begin at Milan.

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Overall, the transfer window has just begun, so get ready to see bidding wars, intense rivalries, rumors, shock moves, and dramatic negotiations in the 2023 football summer transfer window in the major football leagues worldwide. Do follow FBR to stay updated on the latest football transfer news.

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