We’ve #AnnouncedHBR Squad To Russia

Homeboyz Radio has announced it’s HBR Fanzone squad to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
The Fanzone crew return on Saturday June 16 at 9am after a two-week break. The last time they were on air was the Champions League finald day, May 26.

G Money leads the squad and will be joined by Dj John. Eric Njiru and Zuhum Omar complete the squad for the month-long World Cup edition of HBR Fanzone.

The World Cup edition of Fanzone, hosted by the four top presenters, will cover what is happening in Russia from analysis, team news, results, upcoming fixtures and all stories going back to the previous editions of the World Cup.
Trust Dj John to have ‘Remember teh Time’ now specifically for the global showpiece.

That’s not all. We are introducing a new show dedicated for the World Cup. This will run on Sunday from 3 to 5pm. Keep it HBR to know who will be on the show and what’s in store.
In the meantime, watch this trailer to see #HBRAnnounced

HBR Ready For Inter-Media Football Tournament

 

 
Homeboyz Radio FC is set and ready to go ahead of Saturday’s StarTimes Inter-media tournament at Upper Hill School from 9am.
HBR FC is in pool B alongside Mombasa rd based Standard Group, MediaMax(located in CBD) and vernacular side Lolwe TV. 
 
Fifteen media teams and hosts StarTimes will duel for the ultimate glory and cash prizes on offer for top three finishers. 
The Galana Plaza based side has been readying for the tournament with the last training session set to take place at Arena One, Valley Arcade on Friday.
Led by Zuhum Omar of HBR Fanzone, the HBR FC boasts experienced players like Dj Andie, Max Radio, Dj Zaq, Ignition host Kerry Martin aka Ramsey, Jinx of Jump-off and Frank Theuri of JSHBR.
 
Ladies who made the team include Entertainment news editors Emily Oduor and Ngina K alongside head of creative Kadzo Mwangoma and Violetta Ngina.
 
HBR Fanzone host Eric Njiru will be the manager/player of the team. 
 
The likes of Dj Bash, Kriss Darling, Dj Burn and Neville of GMITM are ruled out due to personal engagements. News Anchor Dennis Toll is out due to the ongoing Ramadhan. 
 
Defending champions Radio Africa are set against losing finalists from two years ago Ghetto Radio in the group of death. They also play Capital FM and minnows ATG Radio.

Royal Media Services are top seeds in Group A and are joined by KBC, Ebru and hosts StarTimes.
 
Nation Media Group headline Group C followed by Kass Media and Qwetu Radio. A talented field of freelance journalists complete the group with high probability of qualifying.

Pools
Group A:Royal Media Services, KBC, EBRU, StarTimes
Group B: Standard Group, Mediamax, Homeboyz, Lolwe
Group C: Nation Media Group, Kass Media, Qwetu Radio, Freelancers
Group D: Capital Group, Radio Africa, Ghetto Radio, ATG  

Atletico Madrid To Play Nigeria

Spanish Top Flight LaLiga outfit Atletico Madrid will play a friendly match in southern Nigeria on May 22nd in the town of Uyo against the home based Nigerian Super Eagles.

The fixture was announced this morning in Lagos at a press conference involving the relevant parties: LaLiga delegate in Nigeria, Javier del Rio, Vice President of the Nigerian Football Federation, Mallam Shehu Dikko; President of Nigerian Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick; General Manager Sales & Marketing Multichoice Nigeria, Martin Mabutho; and General Manager Supersport Nigeria, Felix Awogu.

This landmark announcement signals the first time that a LaLiga team will travel to West Africa to play in a friendly match.

The historic contest will take place thanks to SuperSport, the LaLiga broadcaster in most African countries, while both LaLiga and the Nigerian Football Federation have been heavily involved in organising the event.

Prominent video entertainment company MultiChoice Nigeria, the provider of digital terrestrial television platform GOtv, is bringing leading Spanish outfit Atletico to Nigeria for a special visit and to play in the maiden edition of the GOtv MAX Cup.

The fixture, which will take place at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, will allow Nigerian fans to enjoy an array of some of the stars of the world’s best league up close, and watch one of its most iconic clubs, Atletico Madrid. Diego Simeone’s side have been one of the best-performing teams this season and sit in second place in the table.

Once again, LaLiga’s total commitment to fans around the world is evident.

LaLiga president Javier Tebas responded by saying, “This is a historic announcement and we’re very happy to share it with our Nigerian fans: Atletico, one of LaLiga’s most important clubs, will be in Nigeria and will give local fans the opportunity to enjoy the stars close up. Africa and Nigeria are very important to LaLiga and are also great fans of Spanish football, which we’re very proud of.”

General Manager of sales and marketing at MultiChoice Nigeria, Martin Mabutho said: “We’re delighted to bring one of the three biggest clubs in LaLiga to Nigeria in what we believe will be an historic visit. As you all know, Atletico are one of the top clubs in LaLiga.

GOtv customers and football fans in Nigeria will have the rare opportunity to watch the stars play our Nigerian stars right here on Nigerian soil.

This match is being played under the umbrella of the LaLiga Foundation’s LaLiga World Challenge programme, through which friendlies are organised between LaLiga clubs and local teams all over the globe.

El Clasico, The LaLiga Fixture With An Unrivaled International Flavour

Just a glance at the countries from around the world to have been represented in the world’s biggest domestic club fixture show just how much of a global game El Clasico has become over the years.

There will be a big international flavour to May 6’s LaLiga Clasico, with players from 14 different countries set to feature in the likely Barcelona and Real Madrid squads for the game at the Camp Nou.

Stars from many of world football’s biggest and most successful countries will of course be present, including previous World Cup winning nations Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Germany, France and Uruguay.

But players from other nations all over the world have also represented both Barcelona and Real Madrid throughout El Clasico’s long and storied history, among them these eight which demonstrate the true global reach of the biggest fixture in world football.
1. Cameroon – Samuel Eto’o [Barcelona 2004-09]
Former Real Madrid youth teamer Samuel Eto’o featured in eight LaLiga Clasicos after moving to Barcelona in 2004, scoring four goals and providing three assists against his old side. A three-time league title winner with Barça, the centre-forward also played for Real Mallorca and scored 162 goals during his time in LaLiga, making him Africa’s all-time top-scorer in the competition.

2. Mexico – Hugo Sanchez [Real Madrid 1985-1992]
Hugo Sanchez scored eight goals in 13 LaLiga Clasicos during his seven seasons at Real Madrid. To this day the Mexican international’s five converted penalties remain a record for the fixture. Recently he recalled how the adrenaline rush from scoring in El Clasico was so great that he would jump even higher than normal during his signature somersault celebrations!

3. Philippines – Paulino Alcantara [Barcelona 1912-27]
Paulino Alcantara is to date the only Asian-born player to play for Barcelona’s senior side and scored the team’s first ever hat-trick against Real Madrid during a 6-6 Copa del Rey draw in 1916. A second El Clasico hat-trick ranks among his 369 goals in 357 game for the Catalans. Alcantara, who was born in Manila, also scored a hat-trick for the Philippines national side against Japan in Tokyo in 1917.

4. New Caledonia – Christian Karembeu [Madrid 1997-2000]
The only Pacific Islander to play in El Clasico is New Caledonia-born Christian Karembeu, who featured three times for Real Madrid against Barça in the late 1990s. A 1998 World Cup winner with France and a two-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid, Karembeu is now a LaLiga Ambassador who has attended El Clasico events in South Africa and Vietnam in recent years.

5. Mali – Seydou Keita [Barcelona 2008-12]
Seydou Keita boasts an enviable record of five wins and one draw from his six LaLiga Clasicos as a Barcelona player. The Mali international is also the African to have played most times in the fixture across all competitions [nine]. A three-time LaLiga winner with Barça, he also represented Sevilla and Valencia during his long and successful career in Spanish football.

6. Chile – Ivan Zamorano [Real Madrid 1992-96]
Ex-Chile international Ivan Zamorano scored in five consecutive El Clasico matches in the 1990s, a record only broken by current Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo during the 2012/13 LaLiga season. ‘Bam Bam’ was fundamental as ‘Los Merengues’ won the 1994/95 LaLiga title, winning the top scorer award with 28 goals, including a hat-trick in a memorable 5-0 Clasico victory at the Santiago Bernabeu.

7. Ivory Coast – Yaya Toure [Barcelona 2007-10]
Yaya Toure won four of his six LaLiga Clasicos during his three seasons as a Barcelona player, including an unforgettable 6-2 victory at the Bernabeu in 2009. The Ivory Coast international and current Manchester City midfielder won back-to-back LaLiga titles with the Camp Nou side in 2008/09 and 2009/10.


8. Dominican Republic – Mariano Diaz [Real Madrid 2016-17]
Last season’s LaLiga Clasico at the Camp Nou was the first to feature a player from a Caribbean nation when Dominican Republic international Mariano Diaz came on as a substitute for Real Madrid.

LA CORUNA, SPAIN – APRIL 26: Mariano Diaz of Real Madrid reacts during the La Liga match between RC Deportivo La Coruna and Real Madrid at Riazor Stadium on April 26, 2017 in La Coruna, Spain. (Photo by Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/Getty Images)

He may have only been on the pitch for four minutes but it was enough for Sergio Ramos to equalise and gain a point which ultimately helped his side win the 2016/17 LaLiga title.

 

FIFA 18 To Get Free World Cup Mode

EA will be making 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia a free update to FIFA 18, it has announced.

As far as you have a copy of FIFA 18 on Xbox One, PS4, PC or Nintendo Switch you will have the download available on May 29.

The update adds an officially-licensed World Cup mode. So expect teams, stadiums and kits – alongside the official match ball and trophy.

Game modes included in the update are: FIFA World Cup Kick-Off; FIFA World Cup Tournament; and FIFA World Cup Ultimate Team.

Feel the excitement and drama of football’s greatest event with the authentic tournament experience through
official FIFA World Cup™ elements, featuring all 32 qualified national teams, match balls, stadiums, and the iconic trophy – rendered in the Frostbite™ game
engine for the first time.

All 12 official stadiums from Russia are included, featuring immersive atmospheres, national team banners, and high-resolution crowds.

Build your dream international squad with stars from all 32 qualified nations with dynamic player items related
to the real-world tournament, plus legendary FIFA World Cup™ ICONS.

DRAMATIC MOMENTS
Score incredible goals in FIFA 18 as new movement and finishing animations unlock more fluid striking and heading of the ball.
All-new crossing controls bring greater options to how you send it into the box.
Whipped to the spot, arching deliveries, and pinged crosses to the back-stick will shake up your attacks in the final third.

REAL PLAYER MOTION TECHNOLOGY
The biggest step in gameplay in franchise history, FIFA 18 introduces Real Player Motion Technology,
an all-new animation system that unlocks the next level of responsiveness and player personality.
Now Cristiano Ronaldo and other top players feel and move exactly like they do on the real pitch.

TEAM STYLES
From tiki-taka to high press, new Team Styles put the most recognised tactics of the world’s best clubs on the pitch in FIFA 18.
More time and space to read the play through New Player Positioning, while improved tactics give players greater options on
the ball as teammates exploit space and make new attacking runs.

IMMERSIVE ATMOSPHERES
Authentic sun positions, cinematic atmosphere grading, signature pitch-side fixtures, on-pitch debris, club and stadium specific banners,
adaptive commentary, and changes in pitch quality all come together to bring the most immersive football experiences to life in FIFA 18.
Hear authentic chants as you attack, feed off the energy of new, high-def dynamic crowds and interact with your fans while celebrating.

 

Which Stars Support Which Team In La Liga’s ‘Celebrity Clasico’?

The Barcelona and Real Madrid players taking part in May 6’s LaLiga Clasico at the Camp Nou are household names all over the world – and many of the potential audience of half a billion cheering on their team are global stars themselves.

There are lots of close ties between La Liga and the global world of entertainment, while top performers in many other sports are also keen followers of Spanish football.

Among Barcelona’s biggest backers is Colombian singer, songwriter, and dancer Shakira, who will of course be supporting her partner: the Blaugrana defender Gerard Pique.

Madrid centre-back Sergio Ramos also has a famous other-half in Pilar Rubio, a well known Spanish TV presenter, model and actress.

Jennifer Lopez is a huge Madridista, and wore a Real jersey during a concert in the Spanish capital in 2012. Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin regularly tweets his excitement about big Los Blancos games.


Barca fan Justin Bieber got a backstage look at Lionel Messi and company training when performing in the city in 2016. Rapper Snoop Dogg has worn the Catalan side’s colours more than once onstage.

Many of Hollywood’s A-List celebrities are also close followers of Spanish football. Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts was starstruck herself on meeting Cristiano Ronaldo at April 2017’s ‘Clasico’ at the Bernabeu.

Roberts’ ‘Pretty Woman’ co-star Richard Gere even travelled with Zinedine Zidane’s team to their Champions League final victory against Atletico Madrid in Milan in 2016. Actors Viggo Mortensen and Russell Crowe are also confessed Madridistas.

Bollywood superstar Ranbir Kapoor is such a big Barca fan that the club made him an honorary member and official ambassador to India in 2011.

Former Terminator and California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has also enjoyed a visit to the Camp Nou.
Within Spain’s own acting community, Madrid born Penelope Cruz grew up a Madrid supporter, but her husband Javier Bardem is a longtime Barca fan.

Past and present stars from other sports will also be tuning in on Sunday for sure. Five time NBA champion with the LA Lakers Kobe Bryant is a massive Barca booster; Oklahoma City Thunder star Carmelo Anthony has trained with Madrid.

New England Patriots two-time Superbowl winner Rob Gronkowski loves Ernesto Valverde’s men, while ex-Cincinatti Bengals wide-receiver Chad Ochocinco cheers on Zidane’s side.

Tennis star Rafael Nadal is a regular Bernabeu visitor and honourary Madrid club member, despite his uncle Miguel Angel Nadal winning five LaLiga titles playing for Barca in the 1990s.

Meanwhile double Wimbledon winner Andy Murray was often at the Camp Nou while training in the Catalan capital as a teenager.

Once the LaLiga Clasico kicks off on Sunday these stars will be like all other fans, glued to the action. Only when the final whistle is blown we will find out which celebrities are on the winning side.

A Look At LaLiga Stars’ Hobbies

LaLiga stars’ hobbies include video games, sports cars, golf, horse-racing, poker and surfing

When not training or playing games, LaLiga’s biggest names all have their own favourite ways to unwind and relax – whether at home, in the garden or on their travels.

Barcelona star Lionel Messi not only features in many football video games, he also regularly plays them himself. The eight-time LaLiga winner has told interviewers he likes to relax by gaming with friends, and has even gone online anonymously to challenge strangers over the internet.

Less competitively, the Argentine has also been seen playing a Barca v Real Madrid ‘Clasico’ against his five year old son Thiago, although we never learned who controlled which side.

Over at Real Madrid, galactico Cristiano Ronaldo is an avid collector of expensive sports cars, with the garage at his house outside the Spanish capital home to a Lamborghini Aventador, Rolls-Royce Ghost, McLaren MP4-12C Spider, Ferrari F12, and two Bugattis – a Chiron and Veyron.

Three-time LaLiga topscorer Ronaldo also likes to share his hobby with his family, having bought his mother a silver Porsche Boxster as a Christmas present a few years back.

Many footballers around the world enjoy a round of golf in their spare time, but few are into the sport quite as much as Ronaldo’s teammate Gareth Bale. Bale is an excellent player with a handicap of just six, and close friend of 2017 US Masters winner and lifelong Madrid fan Sergio Garcia.

The Wales international even recently hired a professional company to recreate three of the ball and stick game’s most famous holes – full size – in the back garden of his family home.

Across the ‘derbi’ divide, Atletico Madrid attacker Antoine Griezmann is a keen horse-racing fan, and part-owner of a prize-winning thoroughbred. Griezmann inherited his passion for the ‘sport of kings’ from his father, and regularly updates his fans via social media of the progress of his stable.

Their three year old colt ‘Tornibush’ won its first race last November in France, with jockey Franck Blondel imitating the owner’s goal celebration as he dismounted afterwards.

Meanwhile, Messi’s teammate Gerard Pique likes to relax by playing cards during his free time, and the Catalan centre-back has compared the risks involved in high-stakes poker to the challenge of keeping out LaLiga’s top forwards on the pitch.

The Spain international is a serious player who has competed in professional tournaments, with a highest finish of fifth in a world championship event in the Catalan capital in August 2017.

More active is the past-time preferred by Athletic Bilbao centre-forward Aritz Aduriz, an all-rounder who in his youth excelled at other sports including cross-country skiing and snowboarding.


Surfing is now his second love [after] football of course], having learned to ride the waves as a teenager on Bilbao’s La Zurriola beach.
The veteran still visits renowned surfing spots along the Basque coast such as Zarautz and Biarritz, while he has also taken his board on holidays to Costa Rica and California.

 

Date Set For Watamu Triathlon 2018

The 8th edition of the Watamu triathlon will be held on from Saturday April 14, 2018 at Turtle Bay Beach resort in Watamu, Kilifi County. 

The event will not only see Athletes get down to Watamu but also local and international tourists.

Seven time Kenyan Trialthon champion, Swaleh Balala, is looking forward to compete at the main event which was, in 2017, used as a blue print for the selection of Triathletes for the Commonwealth games.

The competition involves; Olympics- 1.5 Km swim in the sea, 40km cycling and 10km run. Sprint- 750m swim in the sea, 20km cycling and 5km run.

Cash prizes will be confirmed in due course by triathlon director Dr.Myra Rajab Kahara.

Turtle Bay Beach Club continues to support the local community as it endeavors to create positive engagement and achieve economic advancement in the region. Through sports, Turtle Bay has provided opportunities to nurture local talent as well as promote domestic tourism.

Watamu’s The One Resort To Host Basketball Festival

Watamu is set to come to a standstill when America’s two Basketball giants descend to The One resort in October 2018.

Over the Mashujaa Day weekend, two NBA sides will clash at The One resort with the event expected to be a major boost to the local tourism.

The sides, to be announced by the organizers in early April, will also conduct clinics within local basketball clubs within the coast region.

A Kenyan select side will also get a chance to play Arizona Sun Devils in the Kilifi County based resort, said tournament director and NBA commentator Ahren Bekele.

The One Watamu Bay has a gym, some small retail outlets, water sports, plus other outdoor activities such as tennis, snorkelling and a children’s kids club play area . The resort also has 3 swimming pools. 

Watamu Bay is a small picturesque town located 20km from Malindi and is part of Kilifi County, famous for having some of the most beautiful beaches in the country,crystal clear waters combined with excellent snorkelling and some of the best diving in East Africa.

All The Deals From January Transfers

The January 2018 transfer window closed at 23:00 GMT on Wednesday night. All of the signings made during the month by the 2017/18 season’s 20 clubs are below courtesy of Premier League. 

Confirmed deals
Arsenal

In
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) Undisclosed Details
Konstantinos Mavropanos (PAS Giannina) Undisclosed Details
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Man Utd) Swap Details

Out
Jeff-Reine Adelaide (Angers) Loan Details
Chuba Akpom (Sint-Truidense) Loan Details
Krystian Bielik (Walsall) Loan Details
Francis Coquelin (Valencia) Undisclosed Details
Mathieu Debuchy (Saint-Etienne) Undisclosed Details
Olivier Giroud (Chelsea) Undisclosed Details
Stephy Mavididi (Charlton Athletic) Loan Details
Marcus McGuane (Barcelona) Undisclosed Details
Tafari Moore (Wycombe Wanderers) Loan Details
Julio Pleguezuelo (Gimnastic de Tarragona) Loan Details
Alexis Sanchez (Man Utd) Swap Details
Ben Sheaf (Stevenage) Loan Details
Theo Walcott (Everton) Undisclosed Details

AFC Bournemouth

In
Lewis Grabban (Sunderland) Loan return Details

Out

Benik Afobe (Wolverhampton Wanderers) Loan Details
Ryan Allsop (Lincoln City) Loan Details
Baily Cargill (Partick Thistle) Loan Details
Mihai Dobre (Rochdale) Loan Details
Lewis Grabban (Aston Villa) Loan Details
Shaun Hobson (Chester) Loan Details
Connor Mahoney (Barnsley) Loan Details
Sam Matthews (Eastleigh) Loan extension Details
Ollie Harfield (Boreham Wood) Loan
Aaron Ramsdale (Chesterfield) Loan Details
Ben Whitfield (Port Vale) Loan extension Details

Brighton & Hove Albion

In
Warren O’Hora (Bohemians) Undisclosed Details
Jurgen Locadia (PSV Eindhoven) Undisclosed Details
Leonardo Ulloa (Leicester) Loan Details

Out
Soufyan Ahannach (Sparta Rotterdam) Loan Details
David Ajiboye (Millwall) Loan Details
Jonah Ayunga (Poole Town) Loan Details
Charlie Ferguson (East Grinstead Town) Loan Details
Ben Hall (Notts County) Loan Details
Kazenga LuaLua (Sunderland) Free Details
Stefan Ljubicic (Bognor Regis Town) Loan Details
Jordan Maguire-Drew (Coventry City) Loan Details
Reece Meekums (Worthing) Loan extension Details
Jamie Murphy (Rangers) Loan Details
Mathias Normann (Molde) Loan extension Details
Rian O’Sullivan (Carshalton Athletic) Loan Details
Bailey Vose (Welling United) Loan Details

Burnley

In
Aaron Lennon (Everton) Undisclosed Details
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Spurs) Loan Details

Out 
Dan Agyei (Blackpool) Loan Details
Tom Anderson (Doncaster Rovers) Loan Details
Jimmy Dunne (Accrington Stanley) Loan Details
Harry Flowers (Guiseley) Undisclosed Details
Josh Ginnelly (Tranmere Rovers) Loan Details
Luke Hendrie (Shrewsbury Town) Undisclosed Details
Alex Whitmore (Chesterfield) Undisclosed Details

Chelsea

In
Ross Barkley (Everton) Undisclosed Details
Olivier Giroud (Arsenal) Undisclosed Details
Emerson Palmieri (Roma) Undisclosed Details

Out
Michy Batshuayi (Borussia Dortmund) Loan Details
Jake Clarke-Salter (Sunderland) Loan Details
Jordan Houghton (Doncaster Rovers) Loan extension Details
Todd Kane (Oxford United) Loan Details
Kenedy (Newcastle) Loan Details
Charly Musonda Jr (Celtic) Loan Details
Baba Rahman (Schalke) Loan Details
Ike Ugbo (MK Dons) Loan Details

Crystal Palace

In
Jaroslaw Jach (Zaglebie Lubin) Undisclosed Details
Erdal Rakip (Benfica) Loan Details
Alexander Sorloth (FC Midtjylland) Undisclosed Details

Out
Keshi Anderson (Swindon Town) Undisclosed Details
Andre Coker (Maidstone United) Loan Details
Noor Husin (Notts County) Undisclosed Details
Sullay Kaikai (Charlton) Loan Details
Freddie Ladapo (Southend United) Undisclosed Details

Everton

In
Cenk Tosun (Besiktas) Undisclosed Details
Eliaquim Mangala (Man City) Loan Details
Theo Walcott (Arsenal) Undisclosed Details

 

Out
Ross Barkley (Chelsea) Undisclosed Details
Mo Besic (Middlesbrough) Loan
Harry Charsley (Bolton Wanderers) Loan Details
Louis Gray (Carlisle United) Loan Details
Gethin Jones (Fleetwood Town) Undisclosed Details
Aaron Lennon (Burnley) Undisclosed Details
Ademola Lookman (RB Leipzig) Loan Details
Boris Mathis (Northampton Town) Loan
Kevin Mirallas (Olympiacos) Loan Details
Sandro Ramirez (Sevilla) Loan Details
Antonee Robinson (Bolton Wanderers) Loan extension Details
Liam Walsh (Bristol City) Undisclosed Details

Huddersfield Town

In
Terence Kongolo (Monaco) Loan Details
Jack Payne (Oxford Utd) Loan recall Details
Alex Pritchard (Norwich City) Undisclosed Details

Out
Jack Boyle (Clyde) Loan
Dylan Cogill (Clyde) Loan
Martin Cranie (Middlesbrough) Undisclosed Details
Fraser Horsfall (Kidderminster Harriers) Undisclosed Details
Danny Kane (Cork City) Undisclosed
Joe Lolley (Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed Details
Jack Payne (Blackburn Rovers) Loan Details
Ryan Schofield (AFC Telford) Loan Details
Tadhg Ryan (Released) Details
Cedwyn Scott (Dundee) Undisclosed 

Leicester City

In
Fousseni Diabate (Gazalec Ajaccio) Undisclosed Details
Callum Wright (Blackburn Rovers) Undisclosed Details

Out
Andy King (Swansea City) Loan Details
Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow) Loan Details
Islam Slimani (Newcastle United) Loan Details
Raul Uche (Real Betis) Loan Details
Leonardo Ulloa (Brighton) Loan Details

Liverpool

In
Tony Gallacher (Falkirk) Details
Ryan Kent (Freiburg) Loan return Details
Virgil van Dijk (Southampton) Undisclosed Details

Out
Cameron Brannagan (Oxford United) Undisclosed Details
Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona) Undisclosed Details
Ovie Ejaria (Sunderland) Loan Details
Jon Flanagan (Bolton Wanderers) Loan Details
Marko Grujic (Cardiff City) Loan Details
Lloyd Jones (Luton Town) Undisclosed Details
Ryan Kent (Bristol City) Loan Details
Lazar Markovic (Anderlecht) Loan Details
Daniel Sturridge (West Brom) Loan Details
Matty Virtue (Notts County) Loan Details
Corey Whelan (Yeovil Town) Loan Details
Harry Wilson (Hull City) Loan Details

Manchester City

In
Jack Harrison (New York City) Undisclosed Details
Aymeric Laporte (Athletic Bilbao) Undisclosed Details

Out
Kean Bryan (Oldham Athletic) Loan
Isaac Buckley (Oxford United) Loan Details
Jacob Davenport (Burton Albion) Loan
Shay Facey (Northampton Town) Undisclosed 
Jack Harrison (Middlesbrough) Loan Details
Eliaquim Mangala (Man City) Loan Details
Marlos Moreno (Flamengo) Loan
Ashley Smith-Brown (Oxford United) Loan

Manchester United

In 
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson (Leeds) Loan recall Details
Matej Kovar (FC Slovacko) Undisclosed Details
Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) Swap Details
Matty Willock (Utrecht) Loan return Details

Out
James Wilson (Sheffield United) Loan Details
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Arsenal) Swap Details
Alex Tuanzebe (Aston Villa) Loan Details
Matty Willock (St Johnstone) Loan Details
Charlie Scott (Hamilton Academical) Loan Details
Demi Mitchell (Hearts) Loan Details

Newcastle United

In
Martin Dubravka (Sparta Prague) Loan Details
Kenedy (Chelsea) Loan Details
Islam Slimani (Leicester City) Loan Details

Out
Rolando Aarons (Hellas Verona) Loan Details
Adam Armstrong (Blackburn Rovers) Loan Details
Dan Barlaser (Crewe Alexandra) Loan Details
Kyle Cameron (Queen of the South) Loan Details
Jack Colback (Nottingham Forest) Loan Details
Stuart Findlay (Kilmarnock) Loan extension Details
Lewis McNall (Gateshead) Loan Details
Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) Loan Details
Henri Saivet (Sivasspor) Loan Details
Ivan Toney (Scunthorpe United) Loan Details
Callum Williams (Gateshead) Loan Details
Freddie Woodman (Aberdeen) Loan Details

Southampton

In
Guido Carrillo (Monaco) Undisclosed Details

Out
Marcus Barnes (Yeovil Town) Loan Details
Ollie Cook (Barrow) Loan Details
Ryan Seager (Yeovil) Loan Details
Matt Targett (Fulham) Loan Details
Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool) Undisclosed Details

Stoke City

In 
Moritz Bauer (Rubin Kazan) Undisclosed Details
Moussa Niakate (Paris FC) Undisclosed Details
Badou Ndiaye (Galatasaray) EUR16million Details
Kostas Stafylidis (Augsburg) Loan Details

Out
Jake Dunwoody (Curzon Ashton) Loan Details
Julien Ngoy (Walsall) Loan Details
Harry Souttar (Ross County) Loan Details
Josh Tymon (MK Dons) Loan Details

Swansea City

In
Andre Ayew (West Ham) Undisclosed Details
Andy King (Leicester City) Loan Details 
Jack Withers (Boston United) Undisclosed Details

Out
Ryan Blair (Falkirk) Loan Details
Jay Fulton (Wigan) Loan Details
Adam King (Mansfield) Loan Details
Oliver McBurnie (Barnsley) Loan Details
Roque Mesa (Sevilla) Loan Details
Tyler Reid (Newport County) Loan Details
Joe Rodon (Cheltenham Town) Loan Details
Josh Sheehan (Newport County) Free Details
Jack Withers (Boston United) Loan Details

Tottenham Hotspur

In
Lucas Moura (Paris Saint-Germain) Undisclosed Details

Out
Luke Amos (Stevenage) Loan Details
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Ipswich Town) Loan Details
Marcus Edwards (Norwich City) Loan Details
Shayon Harrison (Southend United) Loan Details
Ryan Loft (Exeter City) Loan Details
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Burnley) Loan Details
Connor Ogilvie (Gillingham) Loan extension Details
Anton Walkes (Portsmouth) Loan Details

Watford

In
Pontus Dahlberg (IFK Gothenburg) Undisclosed Details
Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona) Loan Details
Dodi Lukebakio (Charleroi) Undisclosed Details
Didier Ndong (Sunderland) Loan Details

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Pontus Dahlberg (IFK Gothenburg) Loan Details
Brice Dja Djedje (RC Lens) Loan Details
Michael Folivi (Boreham Wood) Loan Details
Alex Jakubiak (Falkirk) Loan Details
Brandon Mason (Dundee United) Loan Details
Costel Pantilimon (Nottingham Forest) Loan Details
Charlie Rowan (Accrington Stanley) Loan Details
Isaac Success (Malaga) Loan Details
Ben Watson Released Details
Randell Williams (Wycombe Wanderers) Loan Details
Mauro Zarate (Velez Sarsfield) Loan Details

West Brom

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Ali Gabr (Zamalek) Loan Details
Rekeem Harper (Blackburn) Loan return Details
Jonathan Leko (Bristol City) Loan return Details
Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool) Loan Details

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Tahvon Campbell (Forest Green Rovers) Loan Details
Shaun Donnellan (Yeovil) Undisclosed Details
Kyle Edwards (Exeter City) Loan Details
Kyle Howkins (Port Vale) Loan Details
Jasko Keranovic (Kilmarnock) Loan Details
Max Melbourne (Ross County) Loan Details
Dara O’Shea (Hereford FC) Loan extension Details
Tyler Roberts (Leeds) Undisclosed Details
Kane Wilson (Exeter City) Loan extension Details

West Ham

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Jordan Hugill (Preston) Undisclosed Details
Joao Mario (Inter Milan) Loan Details
Reece Oxford (Borussia Moenchengladbach) Loan return Details

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Andre Ayew (Swansea City) Undisclosed Details
Reece Burke (Bolton Wanderers) Loan Details
Moses Makasi (Plymouth Argyle) Loan Details
Reece Oxford (Borussia Moenchengladbach) Loan Details
Diafra Sakho (Rennes) Undisclosed Details
Martin Samuelsen (Burton Albion) Loan Details