On the eighteenth day of the summer transfer window, here are officially done deals as of July 18th, 2022.
Kalidou Koulibaly finally taking on a new challenge in the English capital with Chelsea this summer, Napoli in the club’s official post has reportedly addressed the Senegalese position with the arrival of the €5m Norwegian defender from Brighton & Hove Albion on a five-year deal.
Ostigard, 22, was scouted during his loan spell with Genoa last season in the Serie A and is thought to be the latest arrival at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona expected to take the lead role in Luciano Spalletti’s team for the upcoming season.
Joined Turkish outfit Galatasaray in 2019, and spent a year and half seasons on loan with Club Brugge and West Bromwich Albion respectively -the 30-year-old Senegalese is understood to have joined league rivals Fatih Karagumruk on a free transfer today. Set to take the lead role in the attacking force of the team next season.
Drop from the English Premier League, the 28-year-old Moroccan left-back per reports is the latest and 9th player to have sealed a transfer move away from Watford this summer.
Masina, who managed 15 appearances last season has returned to the Italian capital after 8-years and signed with Udinese for the next four seasons.
Nearly suffered relegation drop last season, with a reported fee of €1.5m, French outfit FC Lorient have confirmed securing the signature of the 24-year-old Tunisian central defender from Russian top-tier Rubin Kazan on a permanent deal to strengthen their defence force.
Julian Alvarez’s sensational move to English champions Manchester City this summer, his childhood club River Plate on this day has confirmed signing his replacement for the next five years for a 4m reported fee.
Two years ago leaving Argentine side Talleres for Colo Colo in the Chilean capital, the 21-year-old winger is understood to have returned to his native land -expected to fill in the void late by Alvarez.
Well recognised in the Argentine top division for his playmaking ability, Belgian outfit KRC Genk has confirmed acquiring the services of the 21-year-old Argentine today from childhood club Newell’s Old Boys on a permanent deal for €3.2m.
UEFA Europa League qualification at stake, Belgium giants Club Brugge has reportedly brought in new a versatile midfielder to help aid smooth qualification.
The 28-year-old Dane midfielder was signed from league rivals Royale Union Saint-Gilloise for €5.5m, a €4.97m made by his former club after 3 years.
€1.5m upfront fee, French outfit Troyes per reports has got hold of a new right-wing back from Denmark side Brondby IF this summer.
The 23-year-old Dane International signed a contract that runs to the summer of 2027.