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All transfer ins and outs completed by Arsenal during the summer transfer window

Complete list of all players that have joined and left Arsenal in the concluded transfer window.

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Fabio Vieira.

The transfer window has closed and Arsenal had a few new arrivals and players leaving the club.

While Arsenal fans are disappointed that the club failed to sign a central midfielder or right-winger especially with the injuries to Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneny, the club has overall had a fairly good transfer window.

Here is the list of all transfers completed by Arsenal this summer.

Arrivals

Arsenal added five players to their ranks and most notably was Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City.

  • Oleksandr Zinchenko — Manchester City (£30m)
  • Gabriel Jesus — Manchester City (£45m)
  • Matt Turner — New England Revolution (£5m)
  • Fabio Vieira — Porto (£34m)
  • Marquinhos — Sao Paulo (£3m)

Arsenal spent approximately £117m on new signings.

Departures

A total of 17 players left Arsenal, these include loan moves.

  • Folarin Balogun —Reims, loan
  • Lucas Torreira — Galatasaray, undisclosed
  • Pablo Mari — AC Monza, loan
  • Alex Runarsson — Alanyaspor, loan
  • Brooke Norton-Cuffy — Rotherham, loan
  • Nicolas Pepe — Nice, loan
  • Charlie Patino — Blackpool, loan
  • Auston Trusty — Birmingham, loan
  • Bernd Leno — Fulham (£3m)
  • Nuno Tavares — Marseille, loan
  • Matteo Guendouzi — Marseille (£10m)
  • Daniel Ballard — Sunderland
  • Alexandre Lacazette — Lyon (Free)
  • Dinos Mavropanos — Stuttgart (£3m)
  • Hector Bellerin — Barcelona (Free)
  • Ainsley Maitland-Niles— Southampton, loan

Arsenal got approximately £22m from player departures.

Bellerin joined Barcelona on deadline day. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Arsenal had three bids turned down by Aston Villa for midfielder Douglas Luiz on deadline day, including a £25m bid for the Brazilian whose contract expires next summer.

A keen follower and fan of Arsenal since the mid-2000s with passion for the game. I aim to write honest and interesting articles about the club I love, and to share my opinions with as many other fans as possible.

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