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Premier League Confirmed Transfers and Transfer Rumours

Confirmed Transfers

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Christian Pulisic

Borussia Dortmund > Chelsea 


The American move to Chelsea became official Wednesday morning. Chelsea signed the winger for £58 million and immediately loaned back to Dortmund. Pulisic now becomes the third most expensive player in Chelsea’s history and most expensive American player. The 20-year-old was heavily linked with the London based club in the past few weeks. Therefore, it was no shock to Chelsea fans when the club officially announced the news. The addition of Pulisic could alleviate aging players such as Willian and Pedro.

Rumors

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Tammy Abraham 

Linked with a move to Wolves

According to Sky Sports, Wolverhampton are in talks to sign the Chelsea loanee. The 21-year-old forward has been lighting up the English Championship so far this season. Abraham scored 16 goals in 20 games so far Aston Villa. Therefore, it is no surprise why Wolves is looking to add him to their first team. Wolves are set to make an £18m for the English forward. This is Abraham second consecutive season on loan and it is unlikely Sarri see him as apart of his plans. Abraham’s contract expires June 2022.

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Dominic Solanke

Linked with moves to Crystal Palace, Schalke, and Huddersfield.

The Liverpool forward is yet to make an appearance for the Reds this season and is unlikely he will in the future. The 21-year-old could go out on loan this winter or make a permanent move. English clubs such as Crystal Palace and Huddersfield are favorites to sign the English striker. In addition, according to the BILD, German club Schalke is showing interest in signing. Given the success of Jadon Sancho and Reis Nelson, Solanke could look to Germany to rejuvenate his career.

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Cesc Fabregas

Linked with a move to AS Monaco

The 31-year-old days at Chelsea are coming to an end. The Spanish midfielder made his sixth appearance against Southampton on Wednesday and his 500th PL appearance. Fabregas’s contract expires in the summer of 2019 and could look to play somewhere else this season. Fabregas is expected to join French club AS Monaco according to L’Equipe. The move would allow more game-time for Fabregas as the Thierry Henry coached team currently lacks experience and many players are injured.

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