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Winners and losers from the Premier League transfer window

10 August 2018

Fulham signalled its determination to stay in the Premier League by becoming the first promoted team to spend over 100 million pounds ($128 million) in the summer transfer window.

Spurs had a £25 million bid rejected for Jack Grealish and decided that the Championship club's valuation of £32 million was too much to pay.

Their failure to bring anyone in is the first time a Premier League club has not made a signing in the 15 years of the summer transfer window.

The former Arsenal and England striker believes the Reds' summer transfer business can catapult them above Pep Guardiola's record-breaking champions.

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We are sure to see a number of huge deals go through today and we will be keeping you up to date with every single one of them no matter how big or small.

The clubs can in fact still buy and sell players up until the end of August.

Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose and Mousa Dembele could still leave in the next few weeks, but Pochettino has been able to keep hold of the likes of Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Kieran Trippier.

He was also, however, firm in his stance that his old club Manchester United "should be challenging" regardless of their inability to add a top quality centre back to their side during the transfer window.

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United have until 5 p.m on Thursday to add new players ahead of the start of the season.

However, despite links to numerous targets, United are yet to reinforce. To keep our best players was our objective and goal and we have achieved that - at the moment, we will see what happens in the next 20 days in Europe.

"I'd love to back Liverpool and I do think we'll be the nearest challengers but there's a lot of points to make up on Manchester City", Thompson told Sky Sports. Pochettino is adamant Tottenham´s lack of transfer activity isn´t a problem because it was just as important to hold onto the club´s key players.

"Of course it's hard to understand for people in football that Tottenham didn't sign or sell players, but sometimes in football you need to behave differently", he said in his press conference earlier today, as per The Mirror.

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"If we are happy with our squad and can not improve our squad, sometimes it's better to keep our squad together".

Winners and losers from the Premier League transfer window