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Premier League Summer Transfer Window: Data-Driven Needs for Every Club

Premier League Summer Transfer Window: Data-Driven Needs for Every Club

The 2024 Premier League summer transfer window opens on June 14, coinciding with the start of Euro 2024, and closes on August 30 at 11 PM UK time. Sky Sports statistician Paul Harrison dives into the data to reveal how each Premier League team can strengthen this summer.


Despite consecutive runner-up finishes to Manchester City, Arsenal lacks a prolific goal-scorer, with no player surpassing 16 league goals in four seasons. Kai Havertz showed promise with nine goals in his last 14 appearances, but Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Jesus failed to reach double figures combined.

Aston Villa

Returning to Europe’s elite competition for the first time since 1982/83, Aston Villa must tighten their defense. Conceding five goals in matches against Newcastle and Crystal Palace highlights their need for defensive reinforcements.


Bournemouth’s record 48 points under Andoni Iraola were largely due to Dominic Solanke’s 19 league goals. Retaining Solanke is crucial for maintaining their momentum.


Brentford faces life without Ivan Toney, whose contract is ending. The signing of Brazilian striker Igor Thiago, a top scorer in Belgium, aims to fill this void.


Brighton continues to see high turnover with key departures and managerial changes. Maintaining stability and consistency is key after Roberto De Zerbi’s departure.


Chelsea needs experience to support their young squad after losing only one of their last 15 games. Replacing 39-year-old Thiago Silva, who starts most games, is crucial as they conceded a record number of goals this season.

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace’s success under Oliver Glasner hinges on retaining key players Michael Olise, Eberechi Eze, and Jean-Philippe Mateta, whose combined 23 goals were pivotal.


Everton needs to improve open-play goals, having scored fewer than relegated Sheffield United. Reducing reliance on Dwight McNeil’s creativity is essential to avoid another relegation battle.


Fulham’s aging squad and limited player usage contributed to a late-season slump. Injecting youth and depth could rejuvenate their push for European football.


After back-to-back promotions, Ipswich needs Premier League experience. Only six current squad members have top-tier experience.


Leicester’s relegation stemmed from defensive issues despite scoring 51 goals. With top scorers Harvey Barnes and James Maddison gone, finding a reliable goal-scorer is vital.


Liverpool’s defensive rebuild is crucial following Jurgen Klopp’s departure. Uncertainties around Virgil van Dijk, Joel Matip, and Trent Alexander-Arnold necessitate new defensive signings.

Manchester City

Manchester City’s priority is finding a deputy for Rodri, whose absence coincided with their three league defeats. Kalvin Phillips’ potential departure highlights this need.

Manchester United

Manchester United needs reinforcements across the pitch, especially in defense, after struggling with 14 different centre-back partnerships and setting a club record for goals conceded.


Newcastle needs to address defensive frailties after conceding nearly double the goals compared to the previous season. Balancing European and domestic demands is key.

Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest needs a consistent goalkeeper as Matz Sels struggled. A stable presence in goal is essential for complementing their improving attack.


Southampton’s potent attack needs defensive support to avoid another relegation. Enhancing their backline is imperative for stability.


Tottenham requires better midfield protection and defensive depth. Their collapse mid-season underlined the need for a stronger defensive setup.

West Ham

With Lucas Paqueta facing a potential ban, West Ham must replace his creativity. Paqueta’s playmaking was critical to their ninth-place finish.


Wolves’ defensive struggles need addressing after keeping only one clean sheet in their last 17 games. Strengthening the defense is crucial to improve their form.

Summer Transfer Window Dates

The 2024 Premier League summer transfer window opens on June 14 and closes on August 30 at 11 PM UK time, aligning with major European leagues.

Credit: Sky Sports

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