Premier League comings and goings


ARSENAL In: Thomas Vermaelen (Ajax, £11m). Out: Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City, £25m), Kolo Touré (Manchester City, £16m).

ASTON VILLA In: Stewart Downing (Middlesbrough, £12m). Out: Gareth Barry (Man City, £12m).

BIRMINGHAM CITY In: Christian Benitez (Santos Laguna, £7.8m), Roger Johnson (Cardiff City, £5m), Scott Dann (Coventry City, £2.5m), Barry Ferguson, (Rangers £1.5m) Joe Hart (Man City, loan), Lee Bowyer (West Ham, free). OUT: Stephen Kelly (Fulham, undisclosed).

BLACKBURN ROVERS In: Nikos Giannakopoulos (Asteras Tripolis, £52,000), Gael Givet (Marseille, undisc), Elrio Van Heerden (Bruges, free), Lars Jacobsen (Everton, free). Out: Roque Santa Cruz (Manchester City, £17m), Matt Derbyshire (Olympiakos, £3.5m).

BOLTON WANDERERS In: Zat Knight (Aston Villa, undisc), Sam Ricketts (Hull, undisc), Paul Robinson (West Bromwich Albion, loan), Sean Davis (Portsmouth, free). Out: Blerim Dzemaili (Torino, undisc).

BURNLEY In: Steven Fletcher (Hibs, £3m), Tyrone Mears (Derby, £500,000), Brian Easton (Hamilton, £350,000). Out: Steve Jones, Alan Mahon, Gabor Kiraly, (all released).

CHELSEA In: Yuri Zhirkov (CSKA Moscow, £18m), Daniel Sturridge (Man City, undisclosed), Ross Turnbull (Middlesbrough, free). Out: Ben Sahar (Espanyol), Morten Nielsen (AZ Alkmaar), Sergio Tejera (Real Mallorca, all undisc).

EVERTON In: Luke Garbutt (Leeds, undisc), Jo (Man City, loan), Shkodran Mustafi (Hamburg, free). Out: John Ruddy (Motherwell, loan), Lars Jacobsen (Blackburn, free).

FULHAM In: Bjorn Helge Riise (Lillestrom, undisc), Stephen Kelly (Birmingham, free). Out: Leon Andreasen (Hanover, £2m).

HULL CITY In: Steven Mouyokolo (Boulogne, £2m). Out: Sam Ricketts (Bolton), John Welsh (Tranmere, both undisc).

LIVERPOOL In: Glen Johnson (Portsmouth, £17.5m) Aaron King (Rushden & Diamonds, undisc), Chris Mavinga (Paris St Germain, undisc), Stephen Sama (Borussia Dortmund, free). Out: Alvaro Arbeloa (Real Madrid, £3.5m), Paul Anderson (Nottingham Forest, £250,000), Sebastian Leto, (Panathanaikos), Jack Hobbs (Leicester), Astrit Ajdarevic (Leicester, all undisc), Ryan Flynn (Falkirk, loan), Sami Hyypia (Bayer Leverkusen, free).

MANCHESTER CITY In: Carlos Tevez (unattached, £25m), Roque Santa Cruz (Blackburn Rovers, £17m), Kolo Touré (Arsenal, £16m), Gareth Barry (Aston Villa, £12m), Emmanuel Adebayor (Arsenal, £25m), Loris Karius (Stuttgart, free), Nils Zander (Schalke 04, free), Stuart Taylor (Aston Villa, free). Out: Elano (Galatasaray, £6m), Ched Evans (Sheffield United, £3m).

MANCHESTER UNITED In: Antonio Valencia (Wigan, £17m), Gabriel Obertan, (Bordeaux, £3m), Sean McGinty (Charlton, undisc), Michael Owen (unattached). Out: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid, £80m), Fraizer Campbell (Sunderland, £3.5m).

PORTSMOUTH In: Aaron Mokoena (Blackburn Rovers, free), Steve Finnan (unattached). Out: Glen Johnson (Liverpool, £17.5m), Peter Crouch (Tottenham, £9m).

STOKE CITY In: Dean Whitehead (Sunderland, £3m). Out: Vincent Pericard, Marc Grocott, Jimmy Phillips, Tom Thorley (all released).

SUNDERLAND In: Lorik Cana (Marseille, £5m), Fraizer Campbell, (Manchester United, £3.5m). Out: Michael Chopra (Cardiff, £4m), Dean Whitehead (Stoke, £3m), Greg Halford (Wolves, £2m).

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR In: Peter Crouch (Portsmouth, £9m), Kyle Naughton (Sheffield United, undisc), Kyle Walker (Sheffield United, undisc). Out: Didier Zokora (Sevilla, £8.62m), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forrest, £1.75m) Kyle Walker (Sheffield United, loan)

WEST HAM UNITED In: Peter Kurucz (Ujpest FC, undisc), Jack Lampe (Harlow Town, undisc), Herita Llunga (Toulouse, undisc), Frank Nouble (Chelsea, undisc), Luis Jimenez (Inter Milan, loan), Fabio Duprela (Grasshopper Zurich, undisc). Out: Freddie Sears (Crystal Palace, loan).

WIGAN ATHLETIC In: Jason Scotland (Swansea, £2m), Jordi Gomez (Swansea, £1.75m), Hendry Thomas (Deportivo Olimpia), James McCarthy (Hamilton, both undisc). Out: Antonio Valencia (Man U, £17m).

WOLVES In: Kevin Doyle (Reading, £6.5m), Greg Halford (Sunderland, £2m), Ronald Zubar (Marseille, £2m), Andrew Surman (Southampton, £1.2m), Marcus Hahnemann (Reading, free). Out: Stephen Gleeson (MK Dons, undisc), Darren Potter (Sheffield Wednesday, undisc).

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