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The Transfer League lists all players transfers and transfer fees for english premier league and current Championship football clubs. The transfers are updated regularly during the January and summer transfer window. We also bring you the very latest transfer news in the transfer windows. As well as listing all transfers and transfer fees we compare clubs transfer spending with their progress in the premiership and against other clubs .

The site also compares managers transfer spending in relation to the clubs final league position for each premier league and Championship season. The figures are as accurate as possible. In some instances a fee as undisclosed while we look for a reliable source for the fee. If you find a missing or incorrectly recorder transfer please use the submit error form to inform me and I will rectify mistakes and omissions. Please include a link so I can verify your information. TransferLeague.co.uk is the best place for football fans to keep up with ongoing transfers deals from around the world. Footie fans who enjoy gambling like sports betting or games of luck like roulette and slots, may be interested in checking out the Casino.org guide on staying safe when playing online. If you would prefer to play poker, you can learn here with other UK online players.

 

 

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Site Update
28 Jun 2017 10:20

We are up and running for the 2017 summer transfer window which officially opens on July the 1st.  All teams have been updated. Early indications are that this window will break all records for transfer fees and we will publish them all here daily.

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Dave Merrington
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