2022 summer transfer window - All the confirmed moves in Europe's top leagues

July has finally arrived, and this means only one thing: the 2022 summer transfer window has finally opened!

Europe's biggest clubs can officially sign and register players for the 2022/23 season, as the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Manchester United, and many others look to strengthen ahead of the new campaign.

While the window opened on June 10 in the English and French top-flights, the majority of Europe's biggest leagues had to wait until the first of July, with the window set to remain open until September 1.

With the upcoming season set to kick off earlier due to the winter FIFA World Cup, several clubs will be looking to get their business done early. Here is a breakdown of the major transfers completed during the 2022 summer window.

When does the 2022 summer transfer window open and close in the biggest leagues?

  • Premier League: June 10-September 1

  • La Liga: July 1-September 1

  • Serie A: July 1-September 1

  • Bundesliga: July 1-September 1

  • Ligue 1: June 10-September 1

  • MLS: July 7-August 4

  • FA Women's Super League: June 17-September 8

Confirmed deals for the 2022 summer transfer window

July 27

Lisandro Martinez: Ajax to Manchester United

Kim Min-jae: Fenerbahce to Napoli

Kevin Mbabu: Wolfsburg to Newcastle

Ruben Vinagre: Sporting to Everton

Chris Richards: Bayern Munich to Crystal Palace

July 26

Gianluca Scamacca: Sassuolo to West Ham

Nordi Mukiele: RB Leipzig to PSG

Mathys Tel: Rennes to Bayern Munich

Luis Suarez: Atletico Madrid to Nacional

July 25

Manor Solomon: Shakhtar Donetsk to Fulham

July 23

Nicolas Tagliafico: Ajax to Lyon

July 22

Oleksandr Zinchenko: Manchester City to Arsenal

Brian Brobbey: RB Leipzig to Ajax

Ben Mee: Burnley to Brentford

Dani Alves: Barcelona to Pumas UNAM

July 21

Jesse Lingard: Manchester United to Nottingham Forest

July 20

Bremer: Torino to Juventus

Jonathan Clauss: Lens to Marseille

Paulo Dybala: Juventus to Roma

July 19

Matthijs de Ligt: Juventus to Bayern Munich

Djed Spence: Middlesbrough to Tottenham

Robert Lewandowski: Bayern Munich to Barcelona

Takefusa Kubo: Real Madrid to Real Sociedad

July 18

Leo Ostigard: Brighton to Napoli

July 16

Hugo Ekitike: Reims to PSG

Kalidou Koulibaly: Napoli to Chelsea

July 15

Breel Embolo: Borussia M'gladbach to Monaco

Christian Eriksen: Brentford to Manchester United

Raphinha: Leeds to Barcelona

Federico Bernardeschi: Juventus to Toronto FC

July 14

Arturo Vidal: Inter Milan to Flamengo

July 13

Raheem Sterling: Manchester City to Chelsea

Francisco Trincao: Barcelona to Sporting CP (loan)

July 12

Nathan Collins: Burnley to Wolves

July 11

Andreas Pereira: Manchester United to Fulham

Neco Williams: Liverpool to Nottingham Forest

Cheick Doucoure: Lens to Crystal Palace

Paul Pogba: Manchester United to Juventus

July 10

Omar Richards: Bayern Munich to Nottingham Forest

July 9

Joe Aribo: Rangers to Southampton

Aaron Hickey: Bologna to Brentford

July 8

Clement Lenglet: Barcelona to Tottenham (loan)

Luka Jovic: Real Madrid to Fiorentina

Julian Alvarez: River Plate to Manchester City

Steven Bergwijn: Tottenham to Ajax

Angel di Maria: PSG to Juventus

July 7

Junior Messias: Crotone to AC Milan

Luis Sinesterra: Feyenoord to Leeds

July 6

Romeo Lavia: Manchester City to Southampton

Tyler Adams: RB Leipzig to Leeds

Sebastien Haller: Ajax to Dortmund

Axel Witsel: Dortmund to Atletico Madrid

Pepe Reina: Lazio to Roma

July 5

Tyrell Malacia: Feyenoord to Manchester United

Zeki Celik: Lille to Roma

Divock Origi: Liverpool to AC Milan

July 4

Gabriel Jesus: Manchester City to Arsenal

Kalvin Phillips: Leeds to Manchester City

July 3

Fabio Carvalho: Fulham to Liverpool

July 2

  • James Tarkowski: Burnley to Everton

  • Sime Vrsaljko: Atletico Madrid to Olympiacos

  • Dean Henderson: Manchester United to Nottingham Forest (loan)

July 1

  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan: Roma to Inter Milan

  • Alessandro Florenzi: Roma to AC Milan

  • Andre Onana: Ajax to Inter Milan

  • Stefan Ortega: Arminia Bielefeld to Manchester City

  • Richarlison: Everton to Tottenham

  • Corentin Tolisso: Bayern Munich to Lyon

  • Matteo Guendouzi: Arsenal to Marseille

Deals completed before July 1

  • Vitinha: Porto to PSG (June 30)

  • Romelu Lukaku: Chelsea to Inter Milan on loan (June 29)

  • Lorenzo Insigne: Napoli to Toronto FC (June 29)

  • Sven Botman: Lille to Newcastle (June 28)

  • Matt Turner: New England Revolution to Arsenal (June 27)

  • Gareth Bale: Real Madrid to LAFC (June 25)

  • Sadio Mane: Liverpool to Bayern Munich (June 22)

  • Fabio Vieira: Porto to Arsenal (June 21)

  • Antonio Rudiger: Chelsea to Real Madrid (June 20)

  • Yves Bissouma: Brighton to Tottenham (June 17)

  • Darwin Nunez: Benfica to Liverpool (June 14)

  • Aurelien Tchouameni: Monaco to Real Madrid (June 14)

  • Ryan Gravenberch: Ajax to Bayern Munich (June 13)

  • Giorgio Chiellini: Juventus to LAFC (June 13)

  • Erling Haaland: Dortmund to Manchester City (June 13)

  • Alexandre Lacazette: Arsenal to Lyon (June 9)

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