Premier League agents vote for the top 10 best transfers of summer with Jude Bellingham’s Real Madrid move just third


PREMIER LEAGUE agents have voted James Maddison as the best signing of the summer.

The England playmaker, 26, joined Tottenham from Leicester for £45million back in June.

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The best signings of the summer according to Premier League agents

And he has hit the ground running at Spurs, contributing two goals and two assists in his opening five games at the club.

As reported by The Athletic, this has seen him voted the best transfer of the window by Premier League agents.

Maddison received nine votes, six more than any other player.

He beat Declan Rice to the accolade – who joined Arsenal from West Ham for £105m.

Jude Bellingham, who made a British record £115m switch from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid, sits joint-third with Harry Kane – who left Tottenham for Bayern Munich in an £86m deal.

Bellingham’s third place will surprise many given his remarkable start to life in Spain – five goals and one assist in four matches.

Others included in the agents’ list include Aston Villa’s Moussa Diaby, West Ham’s James Ward-Prowse, Liverpool’s Dominik Szoboszlai, Bayer Leverkusen’s Victor Boniface, Chelsea’s Deivid Washington and Tottenham’s Micky van de Ven.

Meanwhile, there was also a vote on the WORST signings of the summer.


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The worst signings of the summer according to Premier League agents

And eight names were listed among the nightmare acquisitions made during the latest transfer window.

At the top of the unwanted table is Kai Havertz – who signed for Arsenal from London rivals Chelsea for £65m.

His six votes saw him narrowly pip Chelsea new boy Moises Caicedo – who received five votes for his £115m switch from Brighton.

Manchester United‘s £60m swoop for Mason Mount from Chelsea was voted for by three of the agents.

And five other players were given a solitary vote – Man Utd’s Rasmus Hojlund, Chelsea’s Cole Palmer, Al-Hilal’s Kalidou Koulibaly, Liverpool’s Wataru Endo and Nottingham Forest’s Divock Origi.

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