With the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City having already completed deals in this window, here are 10 players who were relegated from the Premier League last season that clubs can still sign ahead of the coming campaign.
Click through the gallery above to see 10 players relegated from England’s top division last season that EPL clubs could move for.
The 2021/22 campaign is fast approaching, and with teams in the Premier League are eager to strengthen their sides with smart and cost-effective signings, perhaps looking at the English Championship is a good place to start.
West Bromwich Albion midfielder Matheus Pereira enjoyed a spectacular 2020/21 season in the English top flight, during which he contributed to 18 goals in 34 matches across all competitions. According to Transfermarkt, he is valued at only €15 million (R256 million).
The 25-year-old is a creative player with an eye for goal and has an incredible left foot, one that could be of value to a number of mid-table EPL sides.
Players who completed transfers on the weekend:
His colleague Sam Johnstone could also be back in the top flight next season after England manager Gareth Southgate deemed him trustworthy enough for his 2020 UEFA European Championship squad last month.
The 28-year-old was named as one of the Three Lions' three goalkeepers for the tournament, which proves he could potentially be of use to a Premier League club should there be any suitors.
Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge, 23, could be a player who attracts a lot of interest over the coming weeks given that he has been linked with the likes of United, Arsenal and Liverpool in the past.
The tall central midfielder has been capped on 24 occasions for Norway and might be on a wage package the Blades are not prepared to continue paying in a lower division, although it seems an official offer for his services is yet to arrive.
Fulham midfielder Andre Anguissa might also be subject to a lot of interest ahead of next season, with the Cameroon international valued at €25 million (R427 million).