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Premier League Transfers Week Ending June 5 Pt2

Premier League Transfers Week Ending June 5 Pt2

Transfer news involving Chelsea, West Brom, Arsenal, West Ham, Fulham, Newcastle United, Manchester United and Fulham.

Chelsea

In

Jose Bosingwa - Porto - £16.2m

Deco - Barcelona - Undisclosed

Out

Ryan Bertrand - Norwich - Loan

Ben Sahar - Portsmouth - Loan (six months)

Harry Worley - Leicester - Free

West Brom

In

Graham Dorrans - Livingston - £100,000

Gianni Zuiverloon - Heerenveen - £3.2m

Roman Bednar - Hearts - £2.3m

Luke Moore - Aston Villa - £3m

Do-heon Kim - Seongnam Ilhwa Shunma - £550,000

Out

Curtis Davies - Aston Villa - Undisclosed

Martin Albrechtsen - Derby - Free

Luke Steele - Barnsley - Free

Zoltan Gera - Fulham - Free

Arsenal

Out

Mathieu Flamini - AC Milan - Free

West Ham

In

Orn Eyjolfsson - HK Kopavogur - Undisclosed

Fulham

In

Andranik Teymourian - Bolton - Free

Toni Kallio - BSC Young Boys - Free

Newcastle

In

Jonas Gutierrez - Real Mallorca - Undisclosed

Out

Peter Ramage - QPR - Free

David Rozehnal - Lazio - £2.9m

Manchester United

Out

Kieran Lee - Oldham - Free

Ronaldo - ?

Hull City

In

Craig Fagan - Hull - £750,000

Sunderland

Out

Greg Halford - Sheffield United - Season-long loan

The transfer window is open until midnight on 31 August 2008.

To read Premier League Transfers Week Ending June 5 Pt 1, click here.



Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday July 6 2008
Time: 4:52PM

Comments

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..Arsenal have signed Ramseyyyy :)
ajwb
06/07/2008 16:56:00
0
Why is Ronaldo on the list...he hasnt left yet.
united4life
06/07/2008 23:00:00
0
Ramsey is a youth player and is not expected to play 1st team football on a regular basis. As for Ronaldo you will notice the ? this for those who were not paying attention during your English lessons is a Question Mark, a symbol to indicate uncertainty. I hope I have cleared that up for you.
Buzz Lightyear
07/07/2008 12:23:00
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