Transfer Window 2022: Latest Updates From The Market

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The longest transfer window of the calendar year is underway, and with it comes plenty of excitement.

After a year of understanding team strengths and weaknesses aided by the January transfer window, clubs now have much more time to scout and negotiate with players who could bolster the squad.

So which players are on the move to another club?

 Here’s everything you need to know about the transfer window and the deals that have been made across the major leagues:

What Are The Major Transfers That Have Taken Place This Season

ST Erling Haaland – Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City – $66 million

CDM Aurélien Tchouameni – AS Monaco to Real Madrid – $88 million

ST Darwin Núñez – Benfica to Liverpool – $82.5 million

RW Federico Chiesa – Fiorentina to Juventus – $44 million

LB Nuno Mendes – Sporting CP to Paris Saint-Germain – $41.8 million

CAM Brenden Aaronson – RB Salzburg to Leeds United – $36.1 million

CB Diego Carlos – Sevilla to Aston Villa – $34.1 million

ST Karim Adeyemi – RB Salzburg to Borussia Dortmund – $33 million

CB Niklas Süle – Bayern Munich to Borussia Dortmund – free

CB Antonio Rüdiger – Chelsea to Real Madrid – free 

LM/LWB Ivan Perisic – Inter Milan to Tottenham – free

ST Joaquín Correa – Lazio to Inter Milan – $25.9 million

CB Nico Schlotterbeck – SC Freiburg to Borussia Dortmund – $22 million

CAM Philippe CoutinhoFC Barcelona to Aston Villa – $22 million

CM Mattéo Guendouzi – Arsenal to Marseille – $12.1 million

CDM Boubacar Kamara – Marseille to Aston Villa – free transfer

CB Giorgio Chiellini – Juventus to Los Angeles FC – free transfer 

LW Lorenzo Insigne – Napoli to Toronto FC – free transfer

ST Adam Hlozek – Sparta Prague to Bayern Leverkusen – $14.3 million

RB Noussair Mazraoui – AFC Ajax to Bayern Munich – free transfer

LB Matt Targett – Aston Villa to Newcastle United – $19.2 million

LW Hee-chan Hwang – RB Leipzig to Wolverhampton – $18.3 million 

LW Jérémie Boga – Sassuolo to Atalanta BC – $24.2 million

LW Jayden Braaf – Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund – free

GK Matt Turner – New England Revolution to Arsenal – $7 million

RB Rasmus Kristensen – RB Salzburg to Leeds United – $13.2 million

CAM Fabio Carvalho – Fulham to Liverpool – $6.4 million

CDM André Zambo Anguissa – Fulham to Napoli – $16.5 million

RW Douglas Costa – Juventus to LA Galaxy – free transfer 

CM Héctor Herrera – Atlético Madrid to Houston Dynamo – free

GK Robin Olsen – Roma to Aston Villa – $3.8 million

GK Fraser Forster – Southampton to Tottenham – free transfer

ST Alexandre Lacazette – Arsenal to Lyon – free

ST Divock Origi – Liverpool to AC Milan – free

CB Cameron Carter-Vickers – Tottenham to Celtic – $7.7 million

CM Ryan Gravenberch – AFC Ajax to Bayern Munich – $20.35 million

RW Marquinhos – São Paulo to Arsenal – $3.85 million

CDM Nemanja Matić – Manchester United to Roma – free transfer

CM Yves Bissouma – Brighton to Tottenham – $32.12 million

CAM Fábio Vieira – FC Porto to Arsenal – $38.5 million

CB Merih Demiral – Juventus to Atalanta BC – $22 million

CDM Xaver Schlager – Wolfsburg to RB Leipzig – $13.2 million

CDM Marc Roca – Bayern Munich to Leeds United – $13.2 million

GK Gavin Bazunu – Manchester City to Southampton – $15.4 million

RB Calvin Ramsay – Aberdeen to Liverpool – $5.38 million

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