PREMIER LEAGUE TRANSFERS as of August 24

Below are the completed transfers of Premier League clubs as of Wednesday, August 24 2011. Arsenal Ins:

Below are the completed transfers of Premier League clubs as of Wednesday, August 24 2011.

Arsenal
Ins:
Carl Jenkinson (from Charlton Athletic for £1m), Gervinho (from Lille, FRA for £10.6m), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (from Southampton for £12m), Joel Campbel (from Saprissa, CRC for undisclosed)

Outs:
Cesc Fabregas (to Barcelona, ESP for undisclosed), Samir Nasri (to Manchester City for £24m) Gael Clichy (to Manchester City for £7m), Emmanuel Eboue (to Galatasaray, TUR for undisclosed), Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (to Leicester City for undisclosed), Mark Randall (to Chesterfield for free), Jamie Edge (to West Bromwich Albion for free)

Aston Villa
Ins:
Shay Given (from Manchester City for £3.5m), Charles N’Zogbia (from Wigan Athletic for £9.5m)

Outs:
Brad Friedel (to Tottenham for free), Ashley Young (to Manchester United for £16m), Stewart Downing (to Liverpool £20m), Nigel Reo-Coker (to Bolton for free)

Blackburn Rovers
Ins:
David Goodwillie (from Dundee United, SCO for £2.8m), Radosav Petrovic (from Partizan Belgrade, SRB for undisclosed, Bruno Ribeiro (from unattached via Gremio, BRA for free), Simon Vukcevic (from Sporting Lisbon, POR for undisclosed)

Outs:
Phil Jones (to Manchester United for £16.5m), Zurab Khizanishvili (to Kayserispor, TUR for undisclosed), Frank Fielding (to Derby County for undisclosed), Aaron Doran (to Inverness Caledonian Thistle, SCO for free), Jason Brown (to Aberdeen, SCO for free), Nikola Kalinic (to Dnipro, UKR for undisclosed)

Bolton
Ins:
Darren Pratley (from Swansea City for free), Nigel Reo-Coker (from Aston Villa for free), Chris Eagles and Tyrone Mears (both from Burnley for £3m joint)

Outs:
Johan Elmander (to Galatasaray, TUR for free), Ali Al Habsi (to Wigan Athletic for £4m), Daniel Ward (to Huddersfield Town for undisclosed), Andrew Burns (to Bradford City for free), Matthew Taylor (to West Ham United for undisclosed)

Chelsea
Ins:
Lucas Piazon (from Sao Paulo, BRA for undisclosed), Thibaut Courtois (from Racing Genk, BEL for £7.9m), Oriol Romeu (from Barcelona, ESP for £4.35m), Romelu Lukaku (from Anderlecht, BEL for £20m)

Outs:
Michael Mancienne (to Hamburg, GER for undisclosed), Jacopo Sala (to Hamburg, GER for undisclosed), Gokhan Tore (to Hamburg, GER for undisclosed), Jack Cork (to Southampton for undisclosed), Yuri Zhirkov (to Anzhi Makhachkala, RUS for undisclosed), Slobodan Rajkovic (to Hamburg, GER for undisclosed)

Everton
Outs:
James Vaughan (to Norwich City for £2.5m), Hope Akpan (to Crawley Town for free), Kieran Agard (to Yeovil Town for free)

Fulham
Ins:
Dan Burn (from Darlington for undisclosed), Csaba Sogmoyi (from Rakospalotai EAC for free), John Arne Riise (from AS Roma, ITA for £2.4m), Marcel Gecov (from Slovan Liberec, CZE for undisclosed), Pajtim Kasami (from Palermo, ITA for undisclosed)

Outs:
Jonathan Greening (to Nottingham Forest for undisclosed), John Pantsil (to Leicester City for free), Zoltan Gera (to West Bromwich Albion for free)

Liverpool
Ins:
Jordan Henderson (from Sunderland for £16m), Charlie Adam (from Blackpool for £9m), Stewart Downing (from Aston Villa for £20m), Alexander Doni (from AS Roma, ITA for undisclosed), Jose Enrique (from Liverpool for £6m)

Outs:
Paul Konchesky (to Leicester City for £1.5m), Gerardo Bruna (to Blackpool for undisclosed), Chris Mavinga (to Rennes, FRA for £1m), Milan Jovanovic (to Anderlecht, BEL for undisclosed), Daniel Ayala (to Norwich City for undisclosed), Nabil El Zhar (to Levante, ESP for free), Sotirios Kyrgiakos (to VfL Wolfsburg, GER for free)

Manchester City
Ins
Gael Clichy (from Arsenal for £7m), Stefan Savic (from Partizan Belgrade, SRB for £6m), Sergio Aguero (from Atletico Madrid, ESP for £38m), Costel Pantilimon (from FC Timisoara, ROM for undisclosed), Samir Nasri (from Arsenal for £24m)

Outs:
Shay Given (to Aston Villa for £3.5m), Jerome Boateng (to Bayern Munich, GER for £12m), Jo (to Internacional, BRA for undisclosed)

Manchester United
Ins:
Phil Jones (from Blackburn Rovers for £16.5m), Ashley Young (from Aston Villa for £16m), David De Gea (from Atletico Madrid, ESP for £17.8m)

Outs:
Nicholas Ajose (to Peterborough United for undisclosed), Wes Brown (to Sunderland for undisclosed), John O’Shea (to Sunderland for undisclosed), Gabriel Obertan (to Newcastle United for £3m)

Newcastle United
Ins:
Yohan Cabaye (from Lille, FRA for £4.3m), Demba Ba (from West Ham United for free), Sylvain Marveaux (from Rennes, FRA for free), Mehdi Abeid (from Lens, FRA for undisclosed), Gabriel Obertan (from Manchester United for £3m)

Outs:
Kevin Nolan (to West Ham United for £4m), Wayne Routledge (to Swansea City for undisclosed), Jose Enrique (to Liverpool for £6m)

Norwich City
Ins:
James Vaughan (from Everton for £2.5m), Steve Morison (from Millwall for £2.1m), Elliott Bennett (from Brighton for £1.2m), Bradley Johnson (from Leeds United for undisclosed), Anthony Pilkington (from Huddersfield Town for undisclosed), Daniel Ayala (from Liverpool for undisclosed)

Outs:
Owain Tudur-Jones (to Inverness Caledonian Thistle, SCO for free), Steven Smith (to Preston North End for free)

QPR
Ins:
Jay Bothroyd (from Cardiff City for free), Kieron Dyer (from West Ham United for free), Danny Gabbidon (from West Ham United for free), DJ Campbell (from Blackpool for £1.2m), Brian Murphy (from unattached via Ipswich Town for free), Bruno Perone (from unattached via Tombense, BRA for free)

Outs:
Mikele Leigertwood (to Reading for undisclosed), Leon Clarke (to Swindon Town for free)

Stoke City
Ins:
Jonathan Woodgate (from Tottenham for free), Matthew Upson (from unattached via West Ham United for free)

Outs:
Abdoulaye Faye (to West Ham United for free), Carl Dickinson (to Watford for undisclosed)

Sunderland
Ins:
Ahmed Elmohamady (from ENPPI, EGY for £2m), Sebastian Larsson (from Birmingham City for free), Keiren Westwood (from Coventry City for free), Connor Wickham (from Ipswich Town for £8m), Ji Dong-won (from Chunnam Dragons, KOR for £2m), Craig Gardner (from Birmingham City for £5m), Wes Brown (from Manchester United for undisclosed), John O’Shea (from Manchester United for undisclosed), David Vaughan (from Blackpool for free), James McClean (from Derry City, IRE for £350,000)

Outs:
Jordan Henderson (to Liverpool for £16m), Steed Malbranque (to Saint-Etienne, FRA for undisclosed)

Swansea City
Ins:
Danny Graham (from Watford for £3.5m), Leroy Lita (from Middlesbrough for £1.75m), Wayne Routledge (from Newcastle United for undisclosed), Michel Vorm (from FC Utrecht, NED for £1.5m)

Outs:
Dorus de Vries (to Wolves for free), Darren Pratley (to Bolton for free), Ryan Harley (to Brighton & Hove Albion for undisclosed)

Tottenham
Ins:
Brad Friedel (from Aston Villa for free), Cristian Ceballos (from Barcelona, ESP for free), Souleymane Coulibaly (from Siena, ITA for £2m)

Outs:
Jamie O’Hara (to Wolves for £5m), Jonathan Woodgate (to Stoke City for free), Paul-Jose Mpoku (to Standard Liege, BEL for undisclosed), Robbie Keane (to LA Galaxy, US for undisclosed)

West Bromwich Albion
Ins:
Billy Jones (from Preston North End for undisclosed), Gareth McAuley (from Ipswich Town for free), Zoltan Gera (from Fulham for free), Marton Fulop (from Ipswich Town for free), Shane Long (from Reading for undisclosed), Jamie Edge (from Arsenal for free)

Outs:
Scott Carson (to Bursapor, TUR for £2.1m), Gianni Zuiverloon (to Mallorca, ESP for free), Ishmael Miller (to Nottingham Forest for undisclosed)

Wigan Athletic
Ins:
Ali Al Habsi (from Bolton for £4m), David Jones (from Wolves for free), Nouha Dicko (from unattached via Strasbourg, FRA for free)

Outs:
Steven Caldwell (to Birmingham City for free), Antonio Amaya (to Real Betis, ESP for undisclosed), Charles N’Zogbia (to Aston Villa for £9.5m)

Wolves
Ins:
Jamie O’Hara (from Tottenham for £5m), Dorus de Vries (from Swansea City for free), Roger Johnson (from Birmingham City for undisclosed)

Outs:
Greg Halford (to Portsmouth for undisclosed), David Jones (to Wigan Athletic for free), Stefan Maierhofer (to Salzburg, AUT for undisclosed)

 
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