With a host of clubs having already secured new signings for the 2022/23 season, here are 10 high-profile transfers that have already been confirmed for the next campaign!
Many teams are planning to revamp their squads in the upcoming transfer window, but a few have already strengthened their teams.
Scroll through the gallery above to see 10 2022/23 transfers that have already been confirmed!
One of the first moves to be confirmed ahead of next season involved Niklas Sule, who will move from Bayern Munich to Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer.
The German defender's contract at the Allianz Arena expires at the end of this campaign, and after failing to agree terms on a new deal with the Bavarians, he will leave the Munich club in July.
Wolverhampton Wanderers, meanwhile, have already confirmed two transfers, with one incoming and another set to leave the Molineux Stadium.
Hee-chan Hwang is currently on loan at Bruno Lage's team from RB Leipzig, but his stay will be made permanent in July for a fee of €16.7 million (R267 million), while left-back Ruben Vinagre will leave Wolves after earning a permanent switch to Sporting Lisbon, having impressed on loan in Portugal this season despite only making 11 starts.
In Spain, Barcelona signed Pablo Torre from Racing Santander in a move that will see him join their reserve team. The fixed fee is said to be €5 million (R79 million), plus variables depending on how the player develops in the coming years, which could ultimately see the cost to Barca surpass the €20 million (R319 million) mark.
Elsewhere, Arsenal bought their second goalkeeper in the past year after reaching an agreement with Major Soccer League outfit New England Revolution for Matt Turner, with the 27-year-old having been purchased for a fee of just €6.36 million (R101 million), according to Transfermarkt.
Other confirmed moves include a Napoli star who will move to the US and two new signings for Olympique Marseille – scroll through the gallery above to see more transfers that have already been completed ahead of the 2022/23 campaign!
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