The 2022 summer transfer window now open and we can expect every Premier League club to spend, spend, spend over the coming weeks.

The January market was busy for some as they went big to try and achieve their goals but quiet for others who decided to hold onto their money.

Luis Diaz was the Premier League’s most expensive signing during the January transfer window at £49million

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Luis Diaz was the Premier League’s most expensive signing during the January transfer window at £49million

It is hard to predict just how much cash is going to be spent this summer, but you would think the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham have some serious work to do.

The Premier League’s top two Manchester City and Liverpool have already gone big, landing new strikers in Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez respectively.

Newcastle and Everton are also expected to have a big summer transfer window as their owners look to propel them up the league.

Aston Villa also have some serious money behind them now, so keep an eye on Steven Gerrard and co as they could pull off some major signings.

As ever, the Premier League’s new sides will need to reinforce so Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest should be active too.

The 2022/23 campaign is fast approaching and and attentions can now truly turn to the transfer market.

When does the transfer window open and close?

The transfer market will reopened on Friday, June 10.

However, most international deals will not go through until Friday, July 1 including Haaland’s move to City.

The window will then run until 11pm on Thursday, September 1 in line with other European leagues.

There is no major international tournament scheduled for the summer, which should make the transfer window easier to navigate for most Premier League clubs.

talkSPORT.com will bring you all the latest transfer news in our dedicated live blog throughout the window.

Kieran Trippier swapped Atletico Madrid for Newcastle in January to signal the start of a new era at St James’ Park

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Kieran Trippier swapped Atletico Madrid for Newcastle in January to signal the start of a new era at St James’ Park

January’s biggest transfers in the Premier League

Kieran Trippier

Newcastle pulled off a statement signing early on in January as they managed to convince England international and Atletico Madrid right-back Trippier to move to Tyneside.

At the time, the Toon were in deep relegation trouble, but the prospect of playing back in the Premier League in the north for an ambitious football club was too good for him to turn down.

Trippier made an instant impact for Eddie Howe’s side and scored two goals within his first five games for the Magpies.

He is currently injured but the fact the Toon signed a La Liga title winner was a huge moment that made many clubs sit up and take notice.

Luis Diaz

Diaz looked to be heading to Tottenham but Liverpool jumped in and blew Spurs out of the water with their bid.

After they agreed a fee with Porto, the deal was a foregone conclusion, and Diaz became the latest addition to Jurgen Klopp’s side for what could be an eventual £49million.

The Colombian was one of the best players in Europe during the first half of the season and he has made a sublime start to life at Anfield.

Although it is early days, you would have to say it looks as if Liverpool’s recruitment team have pulled off yet another superb signing.

Frank Lampard has handed Dele a lifeline

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Frank Lampard has handed Dele a lifeline

Dele Alli

After six and a half years in Tottenham’s first team, Dele’s career with Spurs came to an end in January as he swapped London for Merseyside and joined Everton.

The 25-year-old has gone so far backwards in recent years that a move away might be just what he needs to get his career back on track.

Spurs could make £40million if certain clauses are met in his time with the Toffees, but this wasn’t a big transfer because of the potential fee.

Dele once had the world at his feet but he must now rebuild his reputation and prove to everyone that he is still a quality player.

Aaron Ramsey

Ramsey was linked with half of the Premier League during the January transfer window, but on deadline day, he joined Rangers in a truly incredible deal.

The 30-year-old might have struggled for form and game time with Juventus but he is still an excellent player and the fact he joined the Gers was a huge moment for Scottish football.

Since signing for Rangers, he has only featured in four games but there is still a long time left in the season for Ramsey to play a major role.

He has had a torrid time in Italy, so it would be brilliant to see him showcase his ability on the pitch at Ibrox.

Rangers signing Ramsey was one of the moments of the January transfer window

Rangers signing Ramsey was one of the moments of the January transfer window

Christian Eriksen

After suffering a cardiac arrest during Denmark’s game with Finland in Euro 2020, Eriksen was released from his contract by Inter Milan due to Serie A rules around his pacemaker.

It looked as if the Dane might have to retire from football but Brentford stepped in and offered Eriksen a deal until the end of the season.

It was a wonderful story and Eriksen played his first game since that fateful day in June last year against Newcastle in February.

Thomas Frank then started him for the first time against Norwich and his class shone through for Brentford as they sealed a big win.

It is truly fantastic to see Eriksen back on the pitch and Brentford deserve great credit for handing him an opportunity.

Eriksen is back in the Premier League

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Eriksen is back in the Premier League

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