United's transfer ins and outs
The summer 2022 transfer window has now closed and it proved to be a busy period for Manchester United's men's team with five new players signed on a permanent basis and a sixth recruit joining on loan, while there were also plenty of departures and temporary exits.
Erik ten Hag made his first signing as United manager when Tyrell Malacia arrived from Feyenoord, before Christian Eriksen agreed to join on a Bosman free transfer, following the expiration of his contract at Brentford.
Argentina defender Lisandro Martinez became our third capture of the close season when his transfer from Ajax was finalised.
Casemiro made it four incomings when being paraded on the pitch before the Premier League game against Liverpool, before a deal was agreed with Ajax for Antony, and the Brazilian signed on deadline day.
Slovakian goalkeeper Martin Dubravka also joined, on a season-long loan deal, just hours before the window closed.
See below for a list of all the club's transfer business over the last few months.
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|Christian Eriksen||Brentford||Free agent|
|Tahith Chong||Birmingham City||Permanent|
|Reece Devine||Swindon Town||Permanent|
|Ethan Galbraith||Salford City||Loan|
|Lee Grant||Ipswich Town||Coaching role|
|Dean Henderson||Nottingham Forest||Loan|
|Matej Kovar||Sparta Prague||Loan|
|Dylan Levitt||Dundee United||Permanent|
|Jesse Lingard||Nottingham Forest||Permanent|
* = Paul McShane is no longer playing coach at United but is still on the Academy coaching team.
See our separate story for a full round-up of arrivals and departures in the Manchester United Women's squad.