Opened on June 10, the 2023 football transfer window closes its doors this Friday 1er September in the main European championships (France, England, Italy, Spain, Germany). PSG has so far been one of the main instigators. A dozen rookies arrived, including world champions Lucas Hernandez and Ousmane Dembele. Kylian Mbappé, him, should finally staywhile Neymar joined Saudi Arabia at 31.
If Paris is the big favorite for the title in L1, its competitors have not remained motionless. Olympique de Marseille has managed some nice shots (Kondogbia, Lodi, Correa, Aubameyang …), to forget departures from Payet, Sanchez and Under. Lens lost Fofana and Openda and sought to recruit cleverly before the Champions League, with Montpellier’s Wahi in particular. Lyon, hampered by the DNCG, sold Lukeba and Aouar, and hosted Duje Caleta-Car. As for AS Monaco, deprived of Europe, it sold Axel Disasi to Chelsea and replaced him with Ghanaian defender Mohammed Salisu. Wilfried Songo also joined the Rock club.
Abroad, the big clubs were also agitated. Chelsea signed up Disasi, and Christopher Nkunku who…seriously injured his knee. Manchester United hit hard with Mason Mount, André Onana and Rasmus Hojlund. Arsenal broke the bank for England midfielder Declan Ricelike Manchester City with Croatian defender Josko Gvardiol. In Spain, Real Madrid attracted Jude Bellingham and Kepa, which compensates for the injury of Thibaut Courtois. Marcus Thuram has joined Inter Milan. Finally, Bayern Munich let Sadio Mané go to Saudi Arabia and convinced Harry Kane, who left his lifelong club, Tottenham.