Updated Rosters for Each Premier League Club After 2019 Summer Transfer Deadline
The Premier League's summer transfer window slammed shut at 5 p.m. BST on Thursday, ahead of Friday's competition opener between Liverpool and Norwich City. Clubs can still sell players to foreign teams, but will not be able to strengthen themselves until the winter window opens.
Some of the biggest moves of the summer include the arrivals of Rodri, Tanguy Ndombele, Nicolas Pepe and Harry Maguire at Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Manchester United, respectively.
Stars like Eden Hazard and Kieran Trippier will be plying their trade in Spain next season, following their moves to Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, respectively.
Here is a team-by-team roster breakdown following the end of the Premier League summer window.
New arrivals in italics. All data courtesy of Transfermarkt.com.
Arsenal opted for quality over quantity in the summer, adding Lille's Nicolas Pepe to their talented attack as their headline signing. The 24-year-old scored 22 goals and added 11 assists in Ligue 1 last season and should fit in nicely with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.
Villa added quality and experience throughout the squad, turning the loan of Anwar El Ghazi into a permanent transfer and signing the likes of Bjorn Engels, Tom Heaton, Matt Targett and Wesley.
Some of their new players may need some time to adapt to the Premier League, but with so many new faces, one or two players are bound to make an instant impact. Egypt international Trezeguet could be one of the league's top newcomers if he lives up to his vast potential.
Anwar El Ghazi
Bournemouth had a relatively quiet summer but will have high hopes for Arnaut Danjuma. A standout for Club Brugge in Belgium during the 2018-19 campaign, the 22-year-old made his debut with the Dutch national team last year, underlining his vast potential.
Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton also went shopping in Belgium, picking up forward Leandro Trossard from Genk. He was strongly linked to Arsenal, and his agent told Sporza (h/t Sport Witness' Tom Coast) the Gunners confirmed their interest. His signing presented a major coup for the Seagulls, who had little turnover in other areas of the squad.
Like Bournemouth and Brighton, Burnley limited their spending this summer. They added the experienced Jay Rodriguez, who came up in the club's academy and played for the senior squad before moving to Southampton in 2012. The 30-year-old scored 22 goals in the Championship last season for West Brom.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson
Chelsea's summer was dominated by the sale of Eden Hazard and their transfer ban, which greatly limited their opportunities in the market. They secured a deal for Christian Pulisic in January and turned Mateo Kovacic's loan into a permanent deal, but the Blues will otherwise have to rely on their academy products and players returning from loan to make up the difference.
Abdul Rahman Baba
Marco van Ginkel
Crystal Palace's summer headlines revolved around departures, rather than arrivals, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka now at Manchester United and Wilfried Zaha's future a regular topic of discussion. Jordan Ayew joined the club on a permanent basis after his loan from Swansea last season.
Patrick van Aanholt
Everton made plenty of headlines with some excellent signings, turning Andre Gomes' loan into a permanent switch and locking up Fabian Delph and Jean-Philippe Gbamin. Their most exciting signing came in attack, however, where former Juventus prospect Moise Kean has the potential to be the Romelu Lukaku replacement Everton have been looking for.
Keeping on-loan superstar Youri Tielemans at the King Power Stadium was the best move Leicester could make this summer, and he should once again form a superb one-two punch with James Maddison, who also stuck around. Ayoze Perez adds tons of Premier League experience to the attack, even at the age of 26.
European champions Liverpool decided not to mess with a winning formula, not signing a single headline-grabbing player. Instead, they'll hope for production from the bench via the likes of a healthy Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Adrian replaces Simon Mignolet as the backup goalkeeper.
Virgil van Dijk
The defending Premier League champions were always expected to make a splash this summer, and they did just that in signing Rodri from Atletico Madrid. Arguably the best midfielder in La Liga last season, the 23-year-old should both be an impact starter and a great long-term replacement for Fernandinho.
Kevin De Bruyne
Harry Maguire should help solidify a defence that was too often a weak spot last season. The former Leicester star carries a substantial price tag and will be under huge pressure to emulate the kind of impact Virgil van Dijk has had for rivals Liverpool.
David De Gea
Both Joelinton and Allan Saint-Maximin are talented players with tremendous upside, but a relative lack of experience at the highest level. Not adding some experience beyond Andy Carroll to go with their potential may prove to be a major mistake for the Magpies.
Josip Drmic flashed tremendous talent as a prospect with Nurnberg but has failed to live up to the early hype in recent years. He does have a 17-goal Bundesliga season under his belt, however, and could be one of the top value signings of the summer if the change of scenery sees him get back on track.
Former Everton defender Phil Jagielka brings a wealth of Premier League experience, but the Blades' most exciting signing of the summer may have been Ravel Morrison. Once regarded as perhaps the best prospect in all of England, he is still just 26 years old and will finally get the chance to play Premier League football again.
The Belgian top division was a popular hunting ground for Premier League clubs this summer, and Southampton got in on the action, adding former Standard winger Moussa Djenepo. The 21-year-old has to work on his consistency and effort level, but he has sky-high potential, tremendous athletic gifts and dribbling skills.
The deadline has passed, and both Toby Alderweireld and Christian Eriksen are still plying their trade in north London for now. That in itself means it was a good summer for Spurs, who also added Tanguy Ndombele, one of the strongest candidates to be the best impact signing of the window.
Giovani Lo Celso
Watford saved their best for the final days of the window, adding Danny Welbeck and Ismaila Sarr to an attack that already had plenty of talent. The Hornets scored 52 Premier League goals last season, a tally they now seem likely to surpass.
Sebastien Haller was the headline-grabbing signing of the summer for West Ham, but Pablo Fornals may prove to be a even better long-term investment. The 23-year-old dazzled for Villarreal last season and was one of the standouts for Spain's under-21 team that won the European championships this season. He could well be among the league's best attacking midfielders very soon.
Ensuring Raul Jimenez stayed at the club after his loan deal was crucial for Wolves, who did so before the summer even began. They added competition in attack in the form of Patrick Cutrone, and the former AC Milan man has the potential to make as big an impact as Kean could for Everton.