All Major Summer Transfer Deadline Deals 2023

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Deadline day in the 2023 summer transfer window was pregnant with many mind-blowing deals, and it indeed, delivered those deals in massive proportion.

Many express disparaging comments concerning deadline day deals on many occasions, as they view it as a day when uncoordinated teams make last-minute signings.

However, throughout history, there have been several notable signings that went on to produce show-stopping performances at their various clubs.

Manchester United; Wayne Rooney, Dimitar Berbatov, Arsenal; Mesut Ozil, and Chelsea; Ashley Cole, are some notable examples of deadline day signings that went on to achieve greatness.

Without further ado, let me quickly reel out the major deadline day signings for the 2023 summer transfer window.

Ryan Gravenberch: Bayern Munich – Liverpool 

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Ryan Gravenberch

The Netherlands international joined Liverpool on the final day of the 2023 summer transfer window, Friday, September 1, 2023.

Gravenberch is a great prospect in football, and he left Ajax to join Bayern Munich on July 1, 2022, for €18.5 million.

Unfortunately, the 21-year-old couldn’t earn a starting shirt in Bavaria, and that resulted in his departure from the club.

He made 34 appearances for Bayern Munich, scoring 1 goal and providing 1 assist across all competitions.

Sofyan Amrabat: Fiorentina – Manchester United (Loan)

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Sofyan Amrabat

This is arguably the biggest deadline day transfer for the summer of 2023, as Manchester United fans finally can call Amrabat their own.

Amrabat’s confirmation as a Manchester United player put to rest all summer-long speculations regarding the Moroccan’s future.

Supporters of the Old Trafford club have been longing to call the 27-year-old one of their own, and they finally have the chance to do so.

His loan fee to Manchester United is €10 million, and there is a buy-back option in his deal, which would allow the Red Devils to sign him permanently next summer.

Sofyan Amrabat scored 1 goal and provided 1 assist in 107 appearances for Fiorentina.

Ansu Fati: Barcelona – Brighton and Hove Albion 

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Ansu Fati

The 20-year-old captured the attention of the globe after he broke into the footballing scene in September 2020.

Fati showed his trickery and brilliance, that following the departure of Lionel Messi from Barcelona, he was handed the massive responsibility to lead the side in attack.

However, things haven’t been rosy, as he has had to battle injury issues, which has cost him a place in the starting 11 of Xavi Hernandez’s side.

Ansu Fati will be hoping to develop optimally under Roberto De Zerbi and in Brighton, a team that has a system of developing young players.

He made 112 appearances for Barcelona, scoring 29 goals and providing 10 assists across all competitions.

Matheus Nunes: Wolverhampton Wanderers – Manchester City 

Matheus Nunes

Matheus Nunes moved from a local bakery in Sao Paulo to representing the best team presently in Europe.

That basically encapsulates the career of Nunes in four years, and his astonishing rise in football.

Matheus Nunes, 24, joined Wolverhampton Wanderers from Sporting CP on August 18, 2022, for a fee of €45 million.

In the space of a year, he has been able to attract the interest of several clubs in England including Manchester City.

The Citizens signed him for a fee of €62 million, and he made 41 appearances for Wolves, scoring 1 goal and providing 1 assist.

Mason Greenwood: Manchester United – Getafe

Mason Greenwood

The footballer who has made many become polemical has switched to La Liga side Getafe.

Greenwood, 21, was a huge subject of scrutiny following allegations of rape, sexual assault, bodily harm, and controlling and coercive acts leveled against him.

Manchester United confirmed in August that Mason Greenwood would further his football at Old Trafford, and as such it was needed for him to continue his football elsewhere.

He made 129 appearances for Manchester United scoring 35 goals and providing 12 assists across all competitions.

Joao Cancelo: Manchester City – Barcelona and Joao Felix: Atletico Madrid – Barcelona

Joao Felix and Joao Cancelo

These wantaway stars got their wish on the final day of the 2023 summer transfer window, and they will be representing the Blaugrana this season.

Cancelo spent the entirety of the second half of the 2022/23 season on loan at Bayern Munich, while Felix spent his time at Chelsea.

Both players didn’t deliver up to expectations, and they weren’t retained by their respective loan clubs.

Joao Cancelo, 29, made 154 appearances for Manchester City, scoring 9 goals and providing 22 assists across all competitions.

Joao Felix, 23, scored 34 goals and provided 18 assists in 131 appearances for Atletico Madrid.

Alex Iwobi: Everton – Fulham 

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Alex Iwobi

In the wee hours of the morning, Alex Iwobi penned a five-year deal with the Cottagers.

He has an impressive 2022/23 season, helping Everton remain in the Premier League.

The 27-year-old joins Fulham for a fee of €25.7 million, and Marco Silva will be expecting him to deliver.

Iwobi made 140 appearances for Everton, scoring 9 goals and providing 16 assists across all competitions.

Randal Kolo Muani: Eintracht Frankfurt – Paris Saint Germain

The Parisians showed that they weren’t done with business this summer, despite making 11 signings before the arrival of Muani.

Frankfurt will be smiling to the bank, giving the 100% profit they have made from his sale in the space a year, as they signed him for free on July 1, 2022.

Kolo Muani, 24, is joining Paris Saint Germain for a fee of €90 million, and he scored 26 goals and provided 17 assists in 50 appearances for Eintracht Frankfurt.

Leonardo Bonucci: Juventus – Union Berlin

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Leonardo Bonucci

The veteran defender has signed a one-year deal with Union Berlin, which expires on June 30, 2024.

Bonucci’s deal also includes the option for a further year, which could see him stay in Berlin until 2025.

The 36-year-old is in the twilight of his career, but he isn’t ready to bow out of the game, as he still has plenty to offer.

He made 502 appearances for Juventus, scoring 37 goals and providing 10 assists across all competitions.

Luka Jovic: Fiorentina – AC Milan

Luka Jovic

The former Real Madrid forward continues his journey around Europe, and his next stop is Milan.

He has signed a one-year deal with the Rossoneri, which runs until the 30th of June, 2024.

The 25-year-old will be hoping that he can be able to produce the goods at AC Milan, which could get him a contract extension at the club.

Jovic’s current one-year deal with Milan also includes the option for a further year.

He scored 13 goals and provided 5 assists in 50 appearances for Fiorentina across all competitions.

2023 summer transfer deadline day deals

All Deadline day signings in Europe’s top 5 leagues; English Premier League, Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga, German Bundesliga, and French Ligue 1:

PREMIER LEAGUE

Arrivals

Clement Lenglet: Barcelona – Aston Villa (loan)

Ansu Fati: Barcelona – Brighton (loan)

James McAtee: Manchester City – Sheffield United (loan)

Sergio Reguilon: Tottenham – Manchester United (loan)

Jonny Evans: Manchester United (free agent)

Callum Hudson-Odoi: Chelsea – Nottingham Forest (£5m)

Nehemiah Oriola: Manchester United – Brighton (free transfer)

Louis Flower: Chelsea – Brighton (undisclosed)

Nicolas Dominguez: Bologna to Nottingham Forest (swap with Remo Freuler)

Ryan Gravenberch: Bayern Munich to Liverpool (£34.2m)

Sofyan Amrabat: Fiorentina to Manchester United (loan)

Brennan Johnson: Nottingham Forest – Tottenham (£45m)

Neal Maupay: Everton – Brentford (loan)

Rob Holding: Arsenal – Crystal Palace (£1m)

Odysseas Vlachodimos: Benfica – Nottingham Forest (£6.8m)

Sambi Lokonga: Arsenal – Luton (loan)

Mike Tresor: Genk – Burnley (loan)

Departures

Loic Mbe Soh: Nottingham Forest – Almere City (loan)

Taylor Harwood-Bellis: Manchester City – Southampton (loan)

Jonathan Panzo: Nottingham Forest – Cardiff (loan)

John-Kymani Gordon: Crystal Palace – Cambridge (loan)

James Norris: Liverpool – Tranmere (loan)

Chisom Afoka: Aston Villa – Bradford (loan)

Marc Jurado: Manchester United – Espanyol (undisclosed)

Allan Campbell: Luton – Milwall (loan)

Dion Pereira: Luton – Sutton (loan)

Japhet Tanganga: Tottenham – Augsburg (loan)

Admiral Muskwe: Luton – Exeter (loan)

Mason Burstow: Chelsea – Sunderland (loan)

Remo Freuler: Nottingham Forest – Bologna (swap with Nicolas Dominguez)

Arthur Okonkwo: Arsenal – Wrexham (loan)

Mads Bech Sorensen: Brentford – FC Midtjylland

Joao Cancelo: Manchester City – Barcelona (loan)

Mason Greenwood: Manchester United – Getafe (loan)

Alvaro Fernandez: Manchester United – Granada (loan)

Jeff Hendrick: Newcastle – Sheffield Wednesday (loan)

Sebastian Revan: Aston Villa – Rotherham (loan)

James Furlong: Brighton – Hull (undisclosed fee)

Daniel Ogwuru: Manchester City – Norwich (undisclosed fee)

Diego Moreira: Chelsea – Lyon (loan)

SERIE A

Arrivals

Reiner: Real Madrid – Frosinone (loan)

Livano Comenencia: PSV – Juventus (€3m)

Christos Mandas: OFI Crete – Lazio (undisclosed)

Lorenzo Colombo: Milan – Monza (loan)

Caleb Okoli: Atalanta – Frosinone (loan)

Thomas Kristensen: Aarhus – Udinese (€3m)

Duvan Zapata: Atalanta – Torino (loan)

Samu Castillejo: Valencia – Sassuolo (loan)

Charlys: Vitoria – Hellas Verona (loan)

Mehdi Bourabia: Spezia – Frosinone (undisclosed)

Salvatore Elia: Atalanta – Spezia (undisclosed)

Arijon Ibrahimovic: Bayern – Frosinone (loan)

Luka Jovic: Fiorentina – AC Milan (free transfer)

Remo Freuler: Nottingham Forest – Bologna (swap with Nicolas Dominguez)

Martin Payero: Middlesbrough – Udinese (undisclosed)

Keinan Davis: Aston Villa to Udinese – (£2m)

Pantelis Hatzidiakos: AZ Alkmaar – Cagliari (€2m)

Maxime Lopez: Sassuolo to Fiorentina (loan)

Leandre Kuavita: Standard Liege – Genoa (loan)

Antonio Tikvic: Bayern Munich – Udinese (undisclosed)

Departures

Leonardo Bonucci: Juventus – Union Berlin

Karim Zedadka: Napoli – Hesperingen (undisclosed)

Kevin Miranda: Sassuolo – Catanzaro (loan)

Ebrima Colley: Atalanta – Young Boys (loan)

Luca Marrone: Monza – Lecco (free transfer)

Marco Pjaca: Juventus – Rijeka (undisclosed)

Giovanni Crociata: Empoli – Lecco (loan)

Emanuel Vignato: Bologna to Pisa (undisclosed)

Marcos Antonio: Lazio – PAOK (loan)

Mamadou Coulibaly: Salernitana – Palermo (loan)

Luigi Canotto: Frosinone – Cosenza (loan)

Mattia Aramu: Genoa – Bari (loan)

Ali Dembele: Torino to Venezia (loan)

James Abankwah: Udinese to Charlton (loan)

Janis Antiste: Sassuolo – Reggiana (loan)

Sofyan Amrabat Fiorentina – Manchester United (loan)

BUNDESLIGA

Arrivals 

Leonardo Bonucci: Juventus – Union Berlin

Japhet Tanganga: Tottenham – Augsburg

Niels Nkounkou – Saint-Etienne – Eintracht Frankfurt (undisclosed)

Sidney Raebiger: Greuther Furth – Eintracht Frankfurt (undisclosed)

Anthony Rouault: Toulouse – Stuttgart (free transfer)

Departures

Semir Telalovic: Borussia Monchengladbach – Blackburn (undisclosed)

Lukas Ambros: Wolfsburg to Freiburg II (loan)

Mohamed Sankoh: Stuttgart to Heracles (loan)

Paul Wanner: Bayern – Elversberg (loan)

Simon Zoller: Bochum to St. Pauli (undisclosed)

Caden Clark: RB Leipzig – Vendsyssel (loan)

Arijon Ibrahimovic: Bayern Munich II – Frosinone (loan)

Ryan Gravenberch: Bayern Munich to Liverpool (£34.2m)

Randal Kolo Muani: Eintracht Frankfurt – Paris Saint-Germain (£77m)

LIGUE 1

Arrivals

Billal Brahimi: Nice – Stade Brest (loan)

Christophe Herelle: Stade Brest – Metz (undisclosed)

Aliou Balde: Lausanne to Nice – (€2.5m)

Diego Moreira: Chelsea – Lyon (loan)

Randal Kolo Muani: Eintracht Frankfurt – Paris Saint-Germain (£77m)

Departures

Ismael Gharbi: Paris Saint-Germain – FC Stade Lausanne Ouchy (loan)

Felix Lemarechal: Monaco – Cercle Brugge KSV (loan)

Niels Nkounkou: Saint-Etienne – Eintracht Frankfurt (undisclosed)

Yann Kitala: Le Havre – Almere City (loan)

Felix Lemarechal: Monaco – Cercle Brugge (loan)

Ismael Gharbi: PSG to Stade-Lausanne (loan)

Anthony Rouault: Toulouse – Stuttgart (free transfer)

Charles Traore: Nantes – Bastia (free transfer)

Kasper Schmeichel: Nice (contract terminated)

Juan Bernat: PSG – Benfica (loan)

LA LIGA

Arrivals

Marc Jurado: Manchester United – Espanyol (undisclosed)

Roman Yaremchuk: Club Brugge – Valencia (loan)

Jhon Solis: Atletico Nacional – Girona (€6m)

Jorge Moreno: Rayo Vallecano – Osasuna (undisclosed)

Portu: Getafe – Girona (€2m)

Oscar Rodriguez: Sevilla – Getafe (loan)

Boubakary Soumare: Leicester – Sevilla (loan)

Joao Felix: Atletico Madrid – Barcelona (loan)

Joao Cancelo: Manchester City – Barcelona (loan)

Mason Greenwood: Manchester United – Getafe (loan)

Alvaro Fernandez: Manchester United – Granada (loan)

Departures

Clement Lenglet: Barcelona – Aston Villa (loan)

Reiner: Real Madrid – Frosinone (loan)

Ansu Fati: Barcelona – Brighton (loan)

Samu Castillejo: Valencia to Sassuolo (loan)

Esteban Saveljich: Rayo Vallecano – Burgos (free transfer)

Gui Guedes: Almeria – Porto B (loan)

Alpha Diounkou: Granada – Larnaca (loan)

Milutin Osmajic: Cadiz – Preston (undisclosed)

Sergio Carreira: Celta Vigo – Elche (loan)

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