Summer transfer window 2023: Follow the latest updates live in our hub
It's going to be a busy summer for football transfers.
Welcome to our dedicated football transfer hub, where we will keep up updated on the latest moves as transfer season begins. You can follow the latest transfer updates in our live feed below.
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Transfer window: Live updates.
The Premier League transfer window opens on June 10 and closes on September 1, and there will be several big moves over the summer.
Arsenal have been heavily linked with a move for a new holding midfielder, with Declan Rice and Moises Caicedo understood to be on their shortlist.
The Gunners may need to pay at least £80m for Rice or Caicedo, two of the Premier League's top defensive midfielders.
Liverpool, meanwhile, may need to overhaul their midfield, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita set to leave on free transfers.
The Reds have been linked with Brighton's Alexis MacAllister, who was a key player for Argentina as they won the World Cup.
Ryan Gravenberch of Bayern Munich and Chelsea's Mason Mount have also been linked with a move to Anfield.
Meanwhile, at Old Trafford, Manchester United may need to sell players before they can sign anyone new. A centre-forward, possibly Harry Kane, is likely to be top of their wishlist.
The Red Devils, however, face an uncertain summer regarding transfers as the club are still in the process of a potential sale by the Glazers.
Elsewhere in the Premier League, Manchester City don't appear to need any new players, but there may be exits from the squad. Kyle Walker and Ilkay Gundogan could both leave Pep Guardiola's side this summer.
Chelsea also may need to focus on player exits after an unsuccessful transfer splurge over the last year.
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