Some Premier League clubs failed to complete all planned purchases by the end of the global football market, most of them were left without primary targets, so they turned to the home team starting on October 6, in order to tighten the teams before the hard season continues.
They will not be able to do business with each other - that is the rule - but they still have the opportunity to "plunder" teams from lower ranks, especially the Championship, in which clubs have been looking for reinforcements for the previous two months.
The impression is that the real "bomb" in the next two days, as much as is left until the end of the transfer period, will not resonate, but the offer is quite decent. Said Benrahma (Brentford) - 10,500,000 euros The Algerian became the main target after a great season in the Championship, in which he scored 17 goals, and as he failed to reach the Premier League with Brentford through the playoffs, he sent a clear signal to elite clubs to go after him.
However, he did not manage to find a new environment until October 5, despite the interest of Crystal Palace and West Ham, mostly due to the excessive financial demands of the management of Brentford. Although until a few days ago, according to the British media, it seemed that he would end up in West Ham for around 30,000,000 euros, the latest news from the Englandwarns that West Ham could eventually turn to Joshua King.
Joe Rodon (Swansea) - 2,000,000 euros
The name of the Welsh defender came to the surface in the last hours of the recently completed transfer window, primarily because Tottenham failed to agree with Inter on the purchase of Milan Skriniar.
The Spurs reportedly even sent an offer of 8,000,000 euros with certain bonuses, but the Welsh club flatly rejected it, demanding a minimum of 22,000,000. Leicester is also interested, but would rather bring him in January.
In any case, Rodon pointed out that he wants to play in the Premier League as soon as possible. The Welshman is a product of Swansea's football school, from which he broke into the first team in 2018. Since then, he has made 49 appearances in their jersey.
Joshua King (Bournemouth) - 16,000,000 The Norwegian was close to moving to Manchester United in January this year, but the transfer did not materialize in the end. He could end up at Tottenham this summer as a backup option for Harry Kane, and in the meantime, the London team turned to Carlos Vinicius.
By sending Felipe Anderson on loan to Porto, previously terminating his contract with Jack Wilshere, West Ham relieved the budget, which is why in the last two days of the transfer window he stands out as the favorite to sign the Norwegian striker for about 15,000,000 euros.
West Brom also showed interest, but was limited in the market due to the limited budget. King has a contract with Bournemouth until the end of the season and this is the last moment for Bournemouth to earn a decent amount for the 28-year-old.