• Leon Balogun, Brighton & Hove Albion
    Leon Balogun, Brighton & Hove AlbionDefender who has represented Nigeria at the 2018 FIFA World Cup arrives on a free transfer from Mainz. Full details
  • Fabinho, Liverpool
    Fabinho, LiverpoolThe 24-year-old Brazilian midfielder joins the Reds from Monaco for an undisclosed fee. Full details
  • Josh Murphy, Cardiff City
    Josh Murphy, Cardiff CityJosh will join his twin brother Jacob, who plays for Newcastle United, in the 2018/19 Premier League after joining Cardiff from Norwich City. Full details
  • Willy Boly, Wolverhampton Wanderers
    Willy Boly, Wolverhampton WanderersFrench centre-back who helped Wolves earn promotion turns his loan spell from Porto into a permanent move. Full details
  • Stephan Lichtsteiner, Arsenal
    Stephan Lichtsteiner, ArsenalSwiss right-back who captained his country to the last 16 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup arrives on a free transfer, having won seven successive Serie A titles with Juventus. Full details
  • Ryan Fredericks, West Ham United
    Ryan Fredericks, West Ham UnitedThe 25-year-old right-back, who helped Fulham reach the Premier League through the play-offs last season, has signed a four-year deal with the Hammers whom he joins on a free transfer. Full details
  • Diogo Dalot, Manchester United
    Diogo Dalot, Manchester UnitedTeenage full-back has moved to Old Trafford on a five-year contract from Porto, becoming United's first summer signing. Full details
  • Terence Kongolo, Huddersfield Town
    Terence Kongolo, Huddersfield TownLeft-sided defender, who joined the Terriers on loan from Monaco in January, makes a permanent move with a four-year contract and becomes the club's record signing. Full details
  • Jonny Evans, Leicester City
    Jonny Evans, Leicester CityDefender who boasts 235 Premier League appearances makes the switch from relegated West Brom, signing a three-year deal. Full details
  • Gerard Deulofeu, Watford
    Gerard Deulofeu, WatfordWinger who spent the second half of the 2017/18 campaign on loan with the Hornets from Barcelona makes his move permanent, committing to a five-year contract. Full details
  • Issa Diop, West Ham United
    Issa Diop, West Ham UnitedFrench centre-back arrives from Toulouse, with the 21-year-old signing a five-year deal and becoming the club's record signing. Full details
  • James Maddison, Leicester City
    James Maddison, Leicester CityAn England Under-21 international, the attacking midfielder moves from Championship side Norwich City, agreeing a five-year deal. Full details
  • Bernd Leno, Arsenal
    Bernd Leno, ArsenalThe German goalkeeper has joined Unai Emery's Gunners from Bayer Leverkusen for an undisclosed fee. Full details
  • Juninho Bacuna, Huddersfield Town
    Juninho Bacuna, Huddersfield TownCentral midfielder leaves Dutch team Groningen, signing a three-year deal with the option for a further season. Full details
  • Fred, Manchester United
    Fred, Manchester UnitedBrazil midfielder arrives from Shakhtar Donetsk on a five-year deal after winning three league titles in Ukraine. Full details
  • Naby Keita, Liverpool
    Naby Keita, LiverpoolGuinea midfielder who agreed a transfer from German side RB Leipzig in last summer has completed his move to Anfield. Full details
  • Alex Smithies, Cardiff City
    Alex Smithies, Cardiff CityGoalkeeper joins the Bluebirds from Championship club Queens Park Rangers, with the 28-year-old signing a four-year contract. Full details
  • Mohamed Elyounoussi, Southampton
    Mohamed Elyounoussi, SouthamptonVersatile 23-year-old attacking player signs a five-year deal after arriving from FC Basel in Switzerland. Full details
  • Ki Sung-yueng, Newcastle United
    Ki Sung-yueng, Newcastle UnitedMidfielder who captained South Korea at the 2018 FIFA World Cup joins on a free transfer from relegated Swansea City, signing a two-year deal. Full details
  • Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Arsenal
    Sokratis Papastathopoulos, ArsenalCentre-back who has played 79 matches for Greece joins the Gunners from Borussia Dortmund. Full details
  • David Brooks, AFC Bournemouth
    David Brooks, AFC BournemouthWales international midfielder makes the step up to the top flight from Sheffield United, the 20-year-old signing a four-year deal. Full details
  • Stuart Armstrong, Southampton
    Stuart Armstrong, SouthamptonAttacking midfielder swaps Scottish club Celtic for the south coast, the 26-year-old agreeing a four-year contract. Full details
  • Ken Sema, Watford
    Ken Sema, WatfordSweden winger has moved to Vicarage Road for undisclosed fee from Ostersunds. Full details
  • Bernardo Fernandes da Silva Junior, Brighton
    Bernardo Fernandes da Silva Junior, BrightonVersatile full-back joins for undisclosed fee from RB Leipzig as club's fourth summer signing. Full details
  • Jack Wilshere, West Ham United
    Jack Wilshere, West Ham UnitedThe midfielder has signed a three-year deal to join West Ham, the club he supported as a boy, on a free transfer from Arsenal. Full details
  • Lucas Torreira, Arsenal
    Lucas Torreira, ArsenalMidfielder, 22, who represented Uruguay at the 2018 FIFA World Cup has joined Arsenal from Sampdoria on a long-term deal. Full details
  • Riyad Mahrez, Manchester City
    Riyad Mahrez, Manchester CityAlgerian winger is presented as a Man City player after joining from Leicester City as the champions' first summer signing. Full details
  • Xherdan Shaqiri, Liverpool
    Xherdan Shaqiri, LiverpoolThe Swiss winger is back in the Premier League for 2018/19 after moving to Anfield from Stoke City. Full details
  • Felipe Anderson, West Ham United
    Felipe Anderson, West Ham UnitedThe Brazilian attacking midfielder has agreed a four-year contract to join from Lazio in a club-record deal for the Hammers. Full details
  • Jorginho, Chelsea
    Jorginho, ChelseaThe Italy central midfielder has followed head coach Maurizio Sarri from Napoli to Chelsea as the club's first summer signing. Full details
  • Fabri, Fulham
    Fabri, FulhamThe 30-year-old is Fulham's third summer signing and could become the eighth Spanish goalkeeper to play in the Premier League. Full details