Hello everyone and welcome back to our transfer window roundup, we have more news and a part two. Today at Lace ‘Em Up we will take you through the most recent transfers and the rumors that always follow suit with confirmed transfers. What transfers will work out and which ones won’t? Let’s talk about it here in our Lace ‘Em Up Transfer Window Roundup.
Christian Eriksen To Manchester United
Erik Ten Haag is making a statement by signing the former Tottenham Hotspur marksman. Christian Eriksen is an amazing footballer on his day and can add attacking flair that Man United lack in midfield. A midfield trio of Eriksen, Fernandes, and Donny Van De Beek can help push Ten Haag’s men to a top-four spot.
Steven Bergwijn Is Heading To Ajax
Bergwijn is coming home to the Netherlands, after a sort of successful spell in North London with Tottenham Hotspur. The Dutchman has decided to go back to the Eredivise, but not with his previous club PSV but with their fierce rivals Ajax. In a move that will have people talking in and around the Netherlands, this is a great move for Ajax as Bergwijn is an amazing player and will bring so many qualities that will help push Ajax on from League Champions to pushing for European Competitions.
Jota Is Making The Move To Celtic
Ange Postecoglu has his man, the Portugese winger that sprung into life at Celtic, contributing 10 goals and assists in 29 games leading Celtic to a league and cup double. This is a smart bit of business by both club and player as Jota is as integral to Celtic as Celtic is to Jota. A duo made in heaven and one that will continue to bring success.
Aaron Hickey Is Using The Transfer Window To Establish Himself In Brentford
Fabrizio Romano confirmed on his Twitter that Aaron Hickey will fly to England to complete his move to Brentford. This is a good move with Hickey tipped to be the next big thing coming out of Scotland. He is a fast-paced full-back with good passing and a decent cross, Hickey could be a massive success in England. Brentford is a great club to start his journey in English football with them being a club he can flourish at and get plenty of game time in. Then if he wants he can move onto bigger and better things.
Leeds Have Their Eyes Set On Tyler Adams
Tyler Adams is one of the brightest young talents in Europe and another that evolved from the Leipzig Academy. Jesse Marsch having managed Leipzig knows how good of a player Tyler Adams is and what he can bring to a fast-paced and ever-evolving Leeds team. A statement signing that Marsch will hope can help push his team farther and farther away from the relegation zone.
Gabriel Jesus Will Look Good In Arsenal Red
Arsenal has finally confirmed that Gabriel Jesus has joined their ranks. A Premier League proven striker who has shined for Manchester City and internationally for Brazil, contributing 58 goals in 119 games for City. With Arsenal now lacking a proven striker, this signing will be a sigh of relief for Arteta and Arsenal fans alike. Jesus had interest from other clubs but always seemed like his heart was set on a move to North London. Linking up with Martinelli, Odegaard, and Tierney this move will only lead to success for Arsenal and Jesus in equal measure.
Franck Kessie Is Going To Barcelona
Franck Kessie is an outstanding player, a true leader of men, who will help teach players like Gavi, Pedri, and Nico Gonzalez how to develop their physicality and how to read the game better. After a very successful spell at AC Milan which saw the Rosseniori get back to the top of Italian Football by winning Serie A last season. Contributing 6 goals in 31 games and being the leader of the Milan Midfield this is great business from Barcelona and Xavi. Kessie can be the next Busquets as the leader and true star of a young and upcoming Barcelona Midfield.