Darwin Nunez of SL Benfica celebrates after scoring a goal during the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final Leg One football match between SL Benfica and Liverpool FC at the Luz stadium in Lisbon, Portugal

The transfer window is open and teams are starting to bring players in, and in this piece, we’re going to round up some of the Premier League transfers.

Fabian Carvalho

Despite the fact that Fabian Carvalho will turn just 20 in August, Jurgen Klopp has stated that he wants the Portuguese youngster in and around the first team.

Featuring 36 times in the Championship for Fulham last season, Carvalho started almost three quarters of their league games.

He had a very good output for the Cottagers when it comes to attacking, scoring 10 goals and registering eight assists.

The 19-year-old also won 21 tackles last campaign, so he may chip in with some important tackle points for the Reds next season.

Darwin Nunez

Darwin Nunez of Liverpool.

Sticking with Liverpool, their brand new forward will excite a lot of Reds fans after watching him against them in the Champions League.

He caused Klopp’s side plenty of problems over the two legs, netting in the home leg to half the deficit.

The Uruguayan forward had a fantastic season in front of goal in Portugal, scoring 26 times from just 28 league games.

If he can carry that kind of form into the Premier League, feeding off service from the likes of Mo Salah and Luis Diaz, then he will be a very good card.

Erling Haaland

Another major summer signing went to Liverpool’s title rivals, and current Premier League holders, Manchester City.

They significantly improved their forward line by bringing in a proper number nine in Erling Haaland.

Named as a generational talent by many, the Norwegian striker had another fruitful season in the Bundesliga last campaign.

Despite missing a chunk through injury, Haaland still managed to net 20 times in 23 league games, whilst also registering five assists.

Matt Targett

Matt Targett of Newcastle.

Matt Targett clearly impressed Eddie Howe and the Newcastle faithful in the second half of last season, making his loan move from Aston Villa a permanent one.

The left-back contributed to just two goals with one of them being an assist, however, both of those came in a Villa shirt.

He wasn’t the most fruitful defender in UltimateFan last season, picking up just 50 points during his loan at St. James Park.

He did win 27 tackles, though, in that time so he might be someone worth keeping in the squad to get those extra bonus points.

Ivan Perisic

People questioned whether Ivan Perisic will be able to hack a wing-back role in the Premier League at his age.

However, if there’s anyone who will know, it will be Antonio Conte and that will be why the Croatian was signed.

Perisic still managed 15 goal contributions from 35 appearances in Serie A last season, which isn’t a bad tally at all.

It will be intriguing if he can translate that to the Premier League stage, but if he can then he’ll certainly be a handy card to have.