Transfer News

Meet Christian Pulisic's Two Newest Teammates As Chelsea Builds An Ultimate Team

Chelsea might have to resort to making nametags for its players as the club continues its ridiculous summer signing spree.

Christian Pulisic could be one of the few names sticking around in the Blues starting lineup after an incredulous influx of talent. On Monday it was reported that Brazilian defender Thiago Silva and Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz are ready to join the Chelsea ranks.

OL Reign Acquires Rose Lavelle’s NWSL Rights

OL Reign has announced that it acquired the future playing rights of Washington Spirit midfielder and USWNT standout Rose Lavelle. In exchange, the Spirit will receive the Reign’s first round draft pick in the 2022 NWSL College Draft and $100,000 in allocation money. 

Bring The Fatted Calf And Kill It, For Martin Ødegaard Is Returning To Real Madrid

The18’s Prodigal Son returns. Five years, two months and 19 days since Norway’s mischievous sprite sent Cristiano Ronaldo to the substitutes’ bench with a tender hug, Martin Ødegaard is set to the return to the Bernabéu with Zinedine Zidane ready to hand him his second LaLiga appearance for Los Blancos.

Liverpool Signs Greek Left-Back Kostas Tsimikas

Despite having one of the best left-backs in the world in Andy Robertson, Liverpool was not afraid to add more fullback talent through the transfer market. After completing his medical, Greek left-back Konstantinos "Kostas" Tsimikas was announced as Liverpool's newest signing Monday afternoon.

Inter Miami Signs World Cup Champion And Former Juve Midfielder Blaise Matuidi

Inter Miami’s historically awful start to Major League Soccer might have reached its turning point with the signing of Blaise Matuidi from Juventus. 

USWNT Star Sam Mewis Joins Manchester City

Manchester City has signed United States' World Cup-winning midfielder Sam Mewis from National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) side North Carolina Courage, the English club said on Monday.

The 27-year-old, who helped the U.S. national team capture the World Cup in France last year, is Women's Super League (WSL) side City's second signing of the transfer window following the arrival of Chloe Kelly from Everton.

It's Official: Both Willian And Pedro Are Leaving Chelsea

After a combined 12 seasons with Chelsea, both Wilian and Pedro are saying goodbye to the Blues.

Both were key factors in sides that won Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League titles (Willian won the EPL in both 2015 and 2017).

Chelsea signed Willian in 2013 and Pedro in 2015, and both scored in their EPL debuts, signalling what was to come.


Arsenal Agrees To Pay Willian $131,000 A Week For 3 Years Despite 55 Staff Layoffs

In the same week that Arsenal announced it's laying off 55 staff as a result of the financial impact of COVID-19, the London club welcomed longtime Chelsea forward Willian for a heaping sum of money, per ESPN.

Erick 'Cubo' Torres Returns To MLS, Signs With Atlanta United

After a two-year spell at Liga MX side Tijuana recently came to an end, Erick "Cubo" Torres has returned to MLS.

Atlanta United announced the signing of Torres on Friday as a Season-Ending Injury Replacement Player. Atlanta was in desperate need of a forward to replace talisman Josef Martinez, who suffered  an ACL injury in the first match of the club's 2020 season. 

Norwich Acting Early In Transfer Market To Avoid Repeat Of Relegation Season

Norwich City manager Daniel Farke and sporting director Stuart Webber have been proactive in their attempt to rebuild the Canaries’ squad following relegation from the Premier League after this season’s last-placed finish. 

Norwich secured promotion back to the top flight after finishing first in the 2018-19 Championship. The club endured a dismal Premier League campaign, winning just five games and finishing 14 points away from the safety of 17th place. Farke’s side scored a league-worst 26 goals in 38 games and also conceded the most goals in the division (75).