Winners and losers of the Premier League summer 2018 transfer window | ESPN FC

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  • Published on:  Thursday, August 9, 2018
  • ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes discuss the winners and losers of the Premier League transfer window for the summer of 2018, with Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool (Naby Keita, Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri and Alisson) and Everton (Yerry Mina, Bernard, Andre Gomes) among the winners, and Tottenham and Manchester United among the losers.✔ Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube:✔ Subscribe to ESPN FC on YouTube:✔ Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube:✔ Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: on Social Media:► Follow on Twitter:► Like on Facebook:► Follow on Instagram: ESPN on YouTube to get up-to-the-minute sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, College Football, NCAA Basketball, soccer and more. More on


  • no9scrum
    no9scrum  a years ago +60

    Mourinho said, I want a centre back!
    Woodward said, why would I spend £70mill on Maguire when you picked out Bailey and Lindelof last year and then didn’t play them?

  • Bill Kat
    Bill Kat  a years ago +31

    LIverpool clearly. Not only they got almost everyone they wanted (except for Fekir), but they also get to test them in pre-season and the results were very promising.

  • Papa Smurf
    Papa Smurf  a years ago +14

    Winner: Wolves
    Loser: Man U
    Tottenham didn't buy anybody but they didn't sell anybody either and clubs that can buy would have to overpay for their players if they want them now.

  • EMANeleVenElevEn
    EMANeleVenElevEn  a years ago +16

    Fulham will win the league. They spent over £100 mil

  • Marc Wikina
    Marc Wikina  a years ago +39

    United have the players!!! They just need a coach with some balls and creativity ! aka they need Zidane

  • LoL LoL
    LoL LoL  a years ago +11

    Man Utd has a good enough squad. Mourinho should stop crying and coach these players.
    De Gea
    Valencia Bailly Lindelof Shaw
    Fred Matic Pogba
    Sanchez Lukaku Rashford/Martial
    Thats good enough. Maybe not to beat City but should still compete well.

  • Oskar Bonoe
    Oskar Bonoe  a years ago +21

    WTF A good pundit on ESPN???

  • Titi Bokya
    Titi Bokya  a years ago +11

    Fulham, Wolves or even Everton and Chelsea.

  • Ichsuka
    Ichsuka  a years ago +6

    Winners - Every PL club apart form Spurs and Man Utd
    Losers - Spurs and Man Utd

  • no9scrum
    no9scrum  a years ago +5

    Mourinho said, I want a centre back!
    Woodward said, why would I spend £70mill on Maguire when you picked out Bailey and Lindelof last year and I bought them for you?
    Attacking players? How about Periera, Rashford, Sanchez, Lukaku, Martial, Mata? What more do you need!?

  • Luke Samerson
    Luke Samerson  a years ago +1

    Manchester United has the players to win UCL but the coaching tactics are poor. Squad selections are poor. That's the downfall

  • Antonio De La Concha
    Antonio De La Concha  a years ago +6

    Winners are Liverpool to be honest

  • Samuel Sebechlebský
    Samuel Sebechlebský  a years ago +5

    WINNERS: Liverpool, Everton, West Ham, Fulham, Wolverhampton
    VERY GOOD: Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester, Burnley
    POOR: Manchester United, Newcastle, Watford, Manchester City, Crystal Palace
    LOSERS: Southampton, Tottenham, Cardiff, Brighton, Huddersfield, Bournemouth

  • Alex Rodrigues
    Alex Rodrigues  a years ago +7

    Liverpool have done well in the transfer market. Its all about statement of intent, even if some of the signings don't work out it shows they're trying to compete with city and make another run in Champions League. Disappointed with Spurs and Man Utd. In this era not making any signings is equivalent to moving backwards.

  • Martin Nicholls
    Martin Nicholls  a years ago

    Shaqiri will NOT be a squad player. He's been bought to play.

  • Slick Ric
    Slick Ric  a years ago +4

    West Ham are the winners and Spurs are the losers

  • Declan McCartney
    Declan McCartney  a years ago

    Fulham, Wolves, Liverpool...Chelsea did well in the end with Kovacic they have s juicy midfield now

  • Samson Manase
    Samson Manase  a years ago

    U can say Manchester Added Fred. But yeah Hotspurs need new players to scare others in their role and not feel content by last season

  • M KG
    M KG  a years ago

    The guy when he talks about liverpool knows absolutely nothing. but hey, he's on TV.

  • M P
    M P  a years ago

    With José at United and his moaning. Its not just his normal 3rd season fallout. He can't develop players so has to buy finished project. Also how much did he spend on players last two seasons saying their the key to winning the league. United board just telling José to deliver with the players you said were good enough. Also Ferguson ain't around to tell José to kop himself on.