Chelsea say new signing Saul Niguez who has joined from Atletico Madrid is a 'proved champion
Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United was established by the English giants on Tuesday as Premier League clubs climb to build up before the close of the transfer window.
United announced on Friday a deal had been hit with Juventus to bring the five-time Ballon d'Or winner back to Old Trafford for a fee that could stand up to 23 million euros ($27 million, £20 million) for the 36-year-old.
The Portugal captain gain 118 goals in 292 games during his first spell at United, winning his first Ballon d'Or and Champions League title, as well as three Premier League titles, one FA Cup and two League Cups This is absolutely 100 percent the items that dreams are made of," Ronaldo posted on Instagram.
"Everyone who knows me, knows about my never ending love for Manchester United. The years I spent in this club were totally amazing and the path we've made together is written in gold letters in the history of this great and amazing institution
Ronaldo's return has already had a knock on effect with United winger Daniel James connect Leeds for a reported £25 million."
The Wales attacker has started two of United's three Premier League games so far this season, but was expected to fight for the game time once Ronaldo appear and Marcus Rashford and Edinson Cavani returned to full fitness
James was on the edge of joining Leeds in January 2019 from Swansea before time limit day deal collapsed.
"It's all happened in the last day or two," said James. "I got my head around it and this is where I wanted to be moving forward
Chelsea fix the signing of Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez on a season-long loan deal with an option to buy to further strengthen Thomas Tuchel's already deep squad.
"He is a proven winner, a player with huge experience and we know he will be very well-suited to the challenges that face us on all forepart in the coming year," said Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia.
Liverpool did not add to their only signing of the window, centre-back Ibrahima Konate, but join the future of captain Jordan Henderson on a long-term contract that shoot till 2025.
Top-of-the-table Tottenham helped
effortlessness Barcelona's financial woes with a £25 million deal for right-back Emerson Royal.
Another right-back is headed out of Spurs as Serge Aurier's contract was end to allow the Ivorian to leave on a free transfer.
At the other end of the table, rock bottom Arsenal took their summer payout to £150 million after agreeing a £20 million fee with Bologna for Japanese international defender Takehiro Tomiyasu.
Hector Bellerin left the Gunners to join Real Betis on loan, while Reiss Nelson has joined Feyenoord on a season-long loan.
West Ham have strengthened ahead of a busy season which will take in Europa League football with the signing of Croatia midfielder Nikola Vlasic.
The 23-year-old, who formerly had a profitless stint in England at Everton, joins from CSKA Moscow for a reported to Begin with fee of £25 million having been named Russian Premier League player of the year in 2020.
"I was really impressed with how he fix on Nikola was to become a West Ham player," said Hammers boss David Moyes. "It's that hunger and ambition that lay with what we are trying to build here at the club."
West Ham also signed Czech Republic midfielder Alex Kral on loan from Spartak Moscow.
Leicester have bolstered their attacking options with the arrival of Ademola Lookman on loan from RB Leipzig.
Everton manager Rafael Benitez has put Venezuelan striker Salomon Rondon for a third different club after spells together at Newcastle and Dalian.
Rondon will replace Moise Kean, who has endure Juventus on a two-year loan with an assignment to buy.
Crystal Palace won the race for Celtic's French under-21 striker Odsonne Edouard for an original £15 millions.
And Brighton signed Spain left-back Marc Cucurella for £15 million after reward his buyout clause from La Liga side Getaf.
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