With the start of the Premier League season less than a week away, clubs are making their final preparations for the long campaign ahead.
Here's the latest news about the Premier League:
Manchester United: The club has signed former Leicester City center back Harry Maguire for a record-breaking £80 million fee. United's defense has improved, adding Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaska and giving goalkeeper David De Gea a long-term extension. However, the trouble lies on the attack, as Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku have both actively campaigned to leave Old Trafford. The club will likely have a more defensive look in their upcoming campaign.
Tottenham Hotspur: Midfielder Dele Ali has been ruled out of the opening fixtures of 2019/20 after suffering another hamstring related setback. After a stop-start campaign post-World Cup, Ali was hoping for a more productive season following a solid summer. This is his seventh thigh injury in just over 13 months. Argentine Juan Foyth will also join Ali in the treatment room after being stretchered off the pitch at Allianz Arena last Wednesday. Further tests revealed that his ankle injury will keep him out until at least mid-September.
Everton: Striker Moise Kean joins the club for a reported £27.5 million fee, as Juventus continue their summer clear out. The 19-year-old scored six goals in 13 appearances for his club last season. Though still a work in progress who will likely face growing pains in the Premier League, Kean instantly becomes Everton's first option at striker.
Brighton & Hove Albion: The club has completed the signing of defender Adam Webster after he passed a medical on Saturday. The 24-year-old joins the club for an undisclosed fee, but it is believed to be around £20 million.
Newcastle United: Continuing their summer spending spree, the Magpies dropped £16.5 million on Allan Saint-Maximin from Ligue One side Nice. The 22-year-old winger could eventually cost the club £20 million with add-ons to the six-year deal.
Sheffield United: The club broke their transfer record to sign 23-year-old forward Oliver McBurnie from Swansea City on a permanent deal. The 6-foot-2 Scottish international scored 24 goals in 44 matches for the Swans in the Championship last season.
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