The European football market is noisy: Officially confirmed transfers.

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Gunners signed Gabriel Jesus

Manchester City has released Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus to London, who failed to become a worthy substitute for Sergio Agüero at the Etihad, although that was his destiny some years ago. Gabi will continue his career at Arsenal, which paid £45 million for his transfer. Mikel Arteta and everyone at the club are excited about the arrival of the titled but still young forward, but it is necessary to express reasonable doubts. 

Manchester City has signed an England midfielder

Calvin Phillips has joined the English champions and is set to replace Fernandinho, who is leaving Manchester City for Brazil. This transfer hints that Josep Guardiola intends to go to the Champions League. Citizens signed a midfielder with a combative character, precisely the kind of player Man City lacked in the return match against Real Madrid in the semifinals of the previous Champions League. Phillips, a crucial member of City’s championship team, is a component that was not available in the past and broadened the available tactical possibilities. 

Barcelona announced the signing of Cassier and Christensen

The Catalans are still unable to reach an agreement with Bayern Munich on the transfer of Robert Lewandowski, but they got some tasty news that delighted the fans. Back in the spring, Joan Laporta negotiated the transfer of Franck Cassier (ex-Milan) and Andreas Christensen (ex-Chelsea) as free agents, and now both are presented as Barcelona players. Both players are contracted until 2026 and should be essential for Xavi’s team.

Manchester United have named their first summer rookie

The expectations of МU fans worried about the club’s passivity in the transfer market were partially rewarded last week. The first new player to join the Red Devils after Eric ten Hag took over was his countryman Tyrell Malacia. The Dutch left-back joined Manchester United from Feyenoord and has signed on a four-plus-one deal. The base price of the agreement is €15 million. It is quite an adequate amount for the 22-year-old Dutch national team player, who is expected to progress in England. That’s because Malacia is the fourth left-back in the team after Luke Shaw, Alex Telles and Brendan Williams.

The person who scored crucial goals for Liverpool will continue with AC Milan

Divock Origi has never been Liverpool’s leading man in seven years at Anfield. Still, no one can throw stones at the Belgian forward, who has always been ready to help the team from the bench. He scored a number of significant goals for the Reds, including a goal against Barcelona in the semifinal of the Champions League and a goal against Tottenham in the tournament final. With 41 goals in 175 games for Liverpool, Origi is deserving of greater playing time. That’s the opportunity promised to him by AC Milan, with whom Divock has signed a contract until 2026.

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