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  • Luiz return to Chelsea caps frenzied summer of EPL spending

    Luiz return to Chelsea caps frenzied summer of EPL spending

    Associated Press
    Luiz return to Chelsea caps frenzied summer of EPL spending

    LONDON (AP) — English Premier League clubs swelled the bank accounts of continental rivals in a summer of record-breaking spending that ended Wednesday with the biggest shock of the transfer window: David Luiz's return to Chelsea. …

  • Luiz in shock return to Chelsea as Man City clears out squad

    Luiz in shock return to Chelsea as Man City clears out squad

    Associated Press
    Luiz in shock return to Chelsea as Man City clears out squad

    LONDON (AP) — Chelsea produced the biggest surprise of the summer transfer window by re-signing David Luiz from Paris Saint-Germain on deadline-day as Manchester City streamlined its bloated squad by sending a quartet out on loan. …

  • Weren't Mou going to Everton? Twitter reacts to Sissoko's transfer U-turn

    Weren't Mou going to Everton? Twitter reacts to Sissoko's transfer U-turn

    Goal.com
    Weren't Mou going to Everton? Twitter reacts to Sissoko's transfer U-turn

    The France midfielder eventually opted for a move to White Hart Lane after looking set for the Toffees. …

  • Luiz tops bill as Premier League bosses deadline day

    Luiz tops bill as Premier League bosses deadline day

    AFP News
    Luiz tops bill as Premier League bosses deadline day

    David Luiz and Moussa Sissoko made the two biggest moves on Wednesday as English Premier League clubs smashed spending records on the final day of the mid-year transfer window. In late deals, Brazil defender Luiz returned to Chelsea after two years at Paris Saint-Germain, while France midfielder Sissoko left Newcastle United for Tottenham Hotspur. The two moves took spending for English top-flight clubs to around £1.17 billion ($1.54 billion, 1.38 billion euros), according to Sky Sports -- a …

  • Luiz back at Chelsea, Leicester splash the cash as records tumble

    Luiz back at Chelsea, Leicester splash the cash as records tumble

    Reuters
    Luiz back at Chelsea, Leicester splash the cash as records tumble

    Chelsea re-signed David Luiz and Premier League champions Leicester City broke their transfer record for striker Islam Slimani as Premier League clubs exceeded the one billion pounds barrier when the curtain fell on transfer deadline day. Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere completed an unexpected loan move to Bournemouth, while Tottenham Hotspur pipped Everton to Newcastle United's Moussa Sissoko in a deal said to be worth 30 million pounds. …