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AI Predicts Biggest Incoming Premier League Summer Transfers: Ben White Heads To Old Trafford In Shock Move, Manchester City Steal Michael Olise From Chelsea and Ivan Toney Signs For Newcastle

Paul Kelly
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Ben White joins Manchester United in shock move, Manchester City secure Michael Olise signing ahead of Chelsea and Ivan Toney leaves Brentford for Newcastle in a dramatic Premier League summer transfer window, according to AI.

Elsewhere the AI simulator has predicts Raphinha will sign for Liverpool and Morgan Gibbs-White will join Spurs from Nottingham Forest, while also predicting the other big incomings in the Premier League this summer.

  • Ben White leaves Arsenal in a shock move that sees the English defender sign for Manchester United
  • Michael Olise signs for Manchester City, with Pep Guardiola nabbing the Crystal Palace midfielder from Chelsea’s grasp
  • Ivan Toney signs for Newcastle, Raphinha moves to Liverpool, Morgan Gibbs-White pens a deal with Spurs

AI Predicts Premier League Summer Transfer Window – Notable Incomings

Player Move Transfer Fee
Ivan Toney Brentford ➡️ Newcastle £85 million
Frenkie De Jong Barcelona ➡️ Manchester United €85 million
Lauturo Martinez Inter Milan ➡️ Arsenal €70 million
Murillo Nottingham Forest ➡️ Chelsea £64 million
Achraf Hakimi PSG ➡️ Chelsea £60 million
Raphinha Barcelona ➡️ Liverpool £55 million
Jules Koundé Barcelona ➡️ Arsenal £55 million
Joao Felix Atletico Madrid ➡️ Manchester United €62.5 million
Theo Hernandez AC Milan ➡️ Manchester City €60 million
Ben White Arsenal ➡️ Manchester Utd £50 million
Eberechi Eze Crystal Palace ➡️ Newcastle £50 million
Milan Skriniar Inter Milan ➡️ Liverpool £50 million
Morgan Gibbs-White Nottingham Forest ➡️ Spurs £45 million
Jacob Ramsey Aston Villa ➡️ Spurs £40 million
Donyell Malen Borussia Dortmund ➡️ Liverpool £40 million
Michael Olise Crystal Palace➡️ Manchester City £40 million
Tammy Abraham Roma ➡️ Aston Villa £35 million
Armando Broja Chelsea ➡️ Everton £35 million
Nikola Milenković Fiorentina ➡️ Spurs £35 million
Adam Hlozek Bayer Leverkusen ➡️ Nottingham Forest £30 million
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall Leicester City ➡️ Chelsea £30 million
Garbi Veiga Al Ahli ➡️ Aston Villa £27.5 million
Aaron Ramsdale Arsenal ➡️ Newcastle £25 million
Wesley Corinthians ➡️ Nottingham Forest £25 million
Riccardo Calafiori Bologna ➡️ Chelsea £24 million
Jack Harrison Leeds ➡️ Everton £20 million
Kyle Walker Man City ➡️ Spurs £18 million
Iliam Ndiaye Marseille ➡️ Everton £14 million
Valentin Gomez Velez Sarsfield ➡️ Aston Villa €12.5 million
Trevoh Chalobah Chelsea ➡️ Nottingham Forest Undisclosed

Biggest Incoming Premier League Summer Transfers, According To AI

Ben White Heads To Manchester United In Shock Move

This summer transfer window will see some exciting moves for Premier League clubs. In one of the biggest shocks of the summer window, Manchester United will sign Ben White from Arsenal. White has been a consistent performer for Mikael Arteta and Arsenal for two seasons now, but has been tempted by a move to Old Trafford this summer.

The transfer fee itself is expected to be somewhere in the region of £50 million, with White reportedly earning £200,000+ per week at the Red Devils. Along with White, the AI simulation tool is also expecting Arsenal to sign Jules Koundé for £45 million from Borussia Dortmund, with Lauturo Martinez also heading to The Emirates for a fee reportedly worth €70 million.

Michael Olise Opts For Manchester City Over Chelsea

Although AI is predicting a relatively quiet transfer window for Manchester City this summer, they are set to make the monumental signing of Michael Olise from Crystal Palace, according to our AI simulation tool.

Olise has been one of Palace’s best players for a couple of seasons, with Pep Guardiola liking what the Frenchman brings to his attack. This move is said to be worth somewhere in the region of £40 million, with City also signing Theo Hernandez from AC Milan for a fee reportedly worth €60 million.

Ivan Toney Departs Brentford With Newcastle Move

Newcastle will sign Ivan Toney from Brentford for £85 million to provide additional firepower up front, which may well imply that Alexander Isak is set to move elsewhere.

The signing of Toney from Brentford is set to be one of the biggest of the entire transfer window, with the England striker moving back to his former employers for a club record fee. The £85 million Newcastle are set to pay for Toney is the most lucrative of the entire Premier League summer transfer window.

The Magpies will also secure the services of England goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale from Arsenal for £25 million to strengthen their goalkeeping options as well and Crystal Palace and England star Eberechi Eze for £50 million. These acquisitions will greatly enhance Newcastle’s squad depth and quality.

Raphinha Signs For Liverpool, Morgan Gibbs-White Opts For Spurs Move

Elsewhere in the Premier League summer transfer window, Liverpool are expected to be busy with Arne Slot looking to make some key signings ahead of his first season in charge. One of those key signings is set to be Raphinha from Barcelona.

The Brazilian winger is said to be heading to Anfield for a fee reported to cost the Reds around £55 million, with the former Leeds man adding flair and pace into Liverpool’s attack.

Another big name signing is that of Morgan Gibbs-White. The Nottingham Forest midfielder has had a few clubs sniffing around, but it is Tottenham Hotspur who are set to secure the services of the Englishman fort a fee worth around £45 million.

For all other incoming Premier League summer transfers, refer to the table at the top of this article.


Lee Astley, Head of News at SafeBettingSites commented on the AI predicted incoming Premier League summer transfers, saying: If AI is right with its predictions then we are in for an exciting summer transfer window in the Premier League.

“Shock moves such as Ben White heading to Old Trafford, Ivan Toney heading back to Newcastle for a club record fee and Manchester City nabbing Michael Olise from Chelsea’s grasp is certainly a summer transfer window full of huge talking points.

“Not to mention Arne Slot bringing Raphinha to Anfield from Barcelona, as well as Nottingham Forest talisman Morgan Gibbs-White opting for a move to Tottenham Hotspur. Should some of these transfers come to fruition, there is sure to be incredible drama from now until the end of the summer window.”

Paul Kelly

Having worked in the sports journalism and sports betting writing industry for several years now, Paul has gained vital skill, knowledge and expertise in a variety of different sports and industries. Paul is confident and competent at writing in-depth stories, features and betting predictions on a regular basis for SafeBettingSites. Having worked in the sports media industry ever since graduating from Liverpool John Moores University in 2020, where he attained a First Class Honours Degree in Sports Journalism, Paul has jumped at the opportunity to attend numerous live sporting events on a regular basis. This includes working at some high calibre boxing, darts, UFC and football events over the years. Paul has covered a whole host of sports for BBC Sport, as well as being a consistent and regular contributor at ESBR Boxing for several years before becoming a Director in March 2024. Paul’s expertise lies in a wide range of sports, but he is particularly specialised in boxing, MMA, golf, football, darts and horse racing. He is also well-rounded in various sports which he may be less familiar with. Working in sports he is less familiar with helps him learn new skills, as well as nurturing the ability to adapt and overcome potential obstacles. Being a sports fanatic, Paul relishes the opportunity at taking on new challenges and is happy to try his hand at anything. During his time studying at university, Paul had the opportunity to gain some vital work experience at both Everton Football Club and BBC Radio 1. This has helped Paul master his knowledge of sports writing, as well as learning new skills with competence and proficiency.

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