Your one stop for all the biggest transfers this Football off-season.
Its pre-season and one of the most exciting times of the year in World football. While managers have made up their wish-lists, clubs are out to get their big signing before the deadline day arrives.
Here are the some of the biggest transfers of the current window :
Barcelona to Everton (€25M)
Gomes was part of Portugal’s Euro 2016-winning squad. He moved to Barcelona from Valencia in 2016 and made 72 appearances. Gomes played at various positions in the midfield and even played fullback.
Barcelona to Valencia (€35M)
The Dutch goalkeeper had been expected to move out of the Nou Camp after expressing his desire for first-team football. He managed just 32 appearances for Barca.
Chelsea to Real Madrid (€100M )
The Belgian will leave Stamford Bridge after winning the Premier League twice, one FA Cup and two Europa League titles. he is definitely “the Galactico” this season.
Atlético Madrid to Bayern Munich (€80M )
Hernandez is an incredibly strong defender who is skilled in both defensive and attacking positions. This fee makes him the most expensive Bundesliga player of all time and the most expensive defender ever.
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Ajax to Barcelona (€75M)
The 21-year-old had been one of Europe’s most sought-after young players, with Man City and PSG also interested in signing him. He is young but already a mature defender.
Eintracht Frankfurt to Real Madrid (€60M)
The player will be tied to the club for the next six seasons, until 30 June 2025. His explosiveness and capacity to score goals will help Real after Ronaldo’s transfer.
Porto to Real Madrid (€50M)
The Brazilian center-back, who can also play at right-back and as a defensive midfielder will be connected to the club during the next six seasons, until June 30, 2025.
Santos to Real Madrid (€45M)
Rodrygo is able to play on either flank as a forward, and also in central attacking midfield or as a striker. He became the youngest athlete in history to sign a sponsorship deal with Nike.
Lyon to Real Madrid (€55M)
Mendy has signed a six-year contract at Real Madrid and is believed to have been bought to add competition to long-term full-back, Marcelo.
Stuttgart to Bayern Munich (€35M)
The 22-year-old was involved in France’s 2018 World Cup final victory over Croatia in Russia, where he also scored a stunning goal in the last-16 win over Argentina.