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newsai predicts biggest championship summer transfers summerville gnonto leave leeds as ellis simms gets premier league move

AI Predicts Biggest Championship Summer Transfers: Summerville & Gnonto Leave Leeds As Ellis Simms Gets Premier League Move

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Summer exits for Crysencio Summerville and Wifried Gnonto from Leeds United with Ellis Simms and Ross Barkley set for Premier League moves, as AI predicts the Championship summer transfer window.

AI Predicts Championship Summer Transfer Window

Summerville heads to Stamford Bridge for £32 million following Leeds’ failure to gain promotion according to our AI simulation tool, while also predicting the other big incomings and outgoings in the Championship this summer.

  • Summerville and Gnonto leave Leeds, Ross Barkley heads back to the Premier League
  • Ellis Simms signed as Ivan Toney’s replacement at Brentford, Ben Sheaf also leaves Coventry
  • Fabio Carvalho, Harry Wilson and Tom Cairney make shock moves to three Championship clubs

AI Predicts Championship Summer Transfer Window – Notable Incomings

  • Fabio Carvalho: Liverpool ➡️ Sheffield United – £15 Million
  • Harry Wilson: Fulham ➡️ Watford – £11.5 Million
  • Alex Scott: Bournemouth ➡️ West Brom – £10 Million
  • Rhian Brewster: Sheffield United ➡️ Norwich City – £10 million
  • Adam Idah: Norwich City ➡️ Luton Town – £10 Million
  • Tom Cairney: Fulham ➡️ Luton Town – £7 Million
  • Cameron Archer: Aston Villa ➡️ Coventry City – £7 Million
  • Flynn Downes: West Ham United ➡️ Hull City – £5 Million
  • Jamie Shackleton: Leeds United ➡️ Middlesbrough – £3.5 Million
  • Fraser Forster: Spurs ➡️ Watford – Free Transfer
  • Paddy McNair: Middlesbrough ➡️ Coventry City – Free Transfer
  • Oliver Norwood: Sheffield United ➡️ Swansea City – Free Transfer

AI Predicts Championship Summer Transfer Window – Notable Outgoings

  • Crysencio Summerville: Leeds United ➡️ Chelsea – £32 Million
  • Wilfried Gnonto: Leeds United ➡️ AC Milan – €25 Million
  • Wout Weghorst: Burnley ➡️ 1899 Hoffenheim (permanent) – £15 Million
  • Ellis Simms: Coventry City ➡️ Brentford – £16 Million
  • Ross Barkley: Luton Town ➡️ Aston Villa – £12 Million
  • Jaden Philogene: Hull City ➡️ Brighton – £6.5 Million
  • Ben Sheaf: Coventry City ➡️ Crystal Palace – £3 Million
  • John Egan: Sheffield United ➡️ Fulham – Free Transfer
  • Nathaniel Chalobah: West Brom ➡️ Al-Ettifaq – Free Transfer
  • Matty Philips: West Brom ➡️ Ipswich – Free Transfer

Biggest Incoming Championship Summer Transfers, According To AI

Sheffield United are planning to make some key signings this summer. They’ve lined up a deal for young talent Fabio Carvalho from Liverpool for £15 million, aiming to strengthen their midfield options.

Carvalho enjoyed a successful loan spell at Hull last season, scoring nine goals in 20 appearances during his spell in Yorkshire.

He will once again be playing Championship football, this time for the newly relegated Blades who will be aiming to bounce straight back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

Luton Town is also gearing up for an exciting summer transfer window, aiming to bounce straight back to the Premier League.

They are set to sign promising striker Adam Idah from Norwich City for £10 million to boost their attacking options, piping Celtic to his signature.

Additionally, the Hatters secured the signature of experienced midfielder Tom Cairney from Fulham, expected to cost around £7 million. These signings aim to strengthen their squad ahead of the new season after losing some key players.

Norwich City is gearing up for an active summer transfer window. They are expected to sign striker Rhian Brewster from Sheffield United, with the transfer fee expected to be approximately £10 million.

Hull City are also planning an ambitious summer transfer window to strengthen their squad. They are set to sign stellar young midfielder Flynn Downes from West Ham United for a fee of around £5 million.

These signings are aimed at boosting both Norwich and Hull’s chances of a strong performance in the upcoming season and push for promotion to the Premier League.

Alex Scott is expected to cost West Bromwich Albion around £10 million from Bournemouth in what is a shock move and statement of intent from the Baggies.

This investment reflects the club’s commitment to bringing in young, talented players to strengthen their squad for the upcoming season. Negotiations are nearing completion, and the transfer is likely to be announced soon.

Coventry City is planning to make several key signings this summer. They are set to sign striker Cameron Archer from Aston Villa for a fee of around £6 million to boost their attacking options.

Furthermore, Coventry is in advanced talks to bring in experienced midfielder Paddy McNair from Middlesbrough on a free transfer, providing leadership and depth to their midfield. These signings are aimed at strengthening the squad for a competitive season ahead.

Although they are set to lose some key players, Middlesbrough are set for an active summer transfer window themselves.

They are expected to sign dynamic midfielder Jamie Shackleton from Leeds United, with the transfer fee expected to be around £3.5 million. 

Watford are another club who are set to have an active summer, making several key signings. Their main summer signing is Harry Wilson from Fulham for £11.5 million, adding creativity and pace to their attack.

Additionally, Watford is close to securing a deal for experienced goalkeeper Fraser Forster from Tottenham Hotspur on a free transfer to provide competition and depth in their goalkeeping department.

These signings are aimed at bolstering their squad for a strong campaign in the upcoming season to once again challenge for promotion.

Biggest Outgoing Championship Summer Transfers, According To AI

Some of the biggest transfer news in the Championship this summer involves Leeds United stars Wilfried Gnonto and Crysencio Summerville.

Both attackers are set to leave the Elland Road club, with Gnonto joining AC Milan, while Summerville, who attracted a lot of Premier League interest, chooses to head to Stamford Bridge rather than Anfield.

Gnonto is expected to be sold for around €25 million to AC Milan, while Crysencio Summerville’s transfer to Chelsea is projected to bring in approximately £32 million.

These transfers will provide Leeds United with a significant financial boost for their summer reinforcements and aim to secure automatic promotion back to the Premier League this season after losing out in the play-offs last campaign.

Ross Barkley is expected to leave Luton Town this summer. He has attracted interest from several Premier League clubs, with Aston Villa, West Ham United and former club Everton amongst them.

The transfer fee is anticipated to be around £12 million, and Barkley is keen on a move to reignite his career at a top half team in Europe, thus opting for a move to Villa Park where he enjoyed a loan spell a couple of seasons ago.

Oliver Norwood is expected to leave Sheffield United and sign for Swansea City at the expiry of his contract at Bramall Lane.

Sheffield United are also set to lose captain John Egan, who declined a new contract to remain in south Yorkshire, instead opting for a move to London with Premier League outfit Fulham.

Wout Weghorst is expected to leave Burnley this summer on a permanent basis following a couple of loan spells away from Turf Moor.

He has garnered significant interest from Bundesliga clubs, opting for Hoffenheim in the end where he enjoyed a successful loan spell last season.

The transfer fee is anticipated to be around £15 million. Weghorst is keen on the move to compete at a higher level and Burnley is open to the deal to reshape their squad for the upcoming season.

Both Matty Phillips and Nathaniel Chalobah are set to leave West Brom at the expiry of their current contracts.

Chalobah, who had a frustrating time last season, is expected to jet off to Saudi Arabia to sign for Al-Ettifaq on a permanent basis.

Phillips on the other hand joins Kieran McKenna and Premier League new boys Ipswich Town, also on a free transfer.

Ellis Simms is expected to cost Brentford around £16 million from Coventry City, following a successful season with the Sky Blues.

The striker is seen as a promising addition to Brentford’s attacking options, and the club is keen to finalise the deal to strengthen their squad for the upcoming season with the expected loss of Ivan Toney. An official announcement is anticipated soon.

Ben Sheaf is also expected to leave Coventry City this summer. He has garnered interest from several top flight clubs, with Crystal Palace eventually doing enough to secure his services.

The transfer fee is said to have been around £3 million, and the move is likely to be completed soon as Coventry looks to reshape their squad for the upcoming season.

Jaden Philogene is expected to leave Hull City this summer after an eye-catching campaign with the Tigers. He has attracted interest from several Premier League and Championship clubs, with Brighton & Hove Albion ultimately securing his services on a four-year deal.

The transfer fee is anticipated to be around £6.5 million, and the deal is likely to be finalised soon so Hull can find a replacement for the lively winger.


Liam Solomon, Head of Sports PR at BettingSites, commented, on the predicted Championship summer transfer window saying: “If AI had got it right and some of these predicted Championship transfers actually happen, we are in for a quite manic summer transfer window.

“A transfer window that potentially sees the likes of Leeds United star players Crysencio Summerville and Wilfried Gnonto leave Elland Road is sure to be a big one. Not to mention the likes of Wout Weghorst, Ross Barkely, Jadon Philogene, Ellis Simms and Matty Phillips all leaving the Championship in favour of moves across Europe and to Premier League sides.

“It’s clear the likes of Coventry, Hull and Middlesbrough are pushing for the play-offs this season, with Luton, Leeds, Sheffield United and Burnley all set to battle it out for promotion back to the top flight.

“Strap in for what could be a truly relentless summer transfer window in the Championship if any of these moves actually come to fruition.”

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