As the transfer window is still open more big deals are expected to take place, but here we take a look at the biggest deals (over £30m) that has taken place from around Europe so far.
- Neymar – Bacelona to PSG: (£198)
The Brazilian super star left Bacelona for PSG in order to escape Messi’s shadow and also to accomplish his dream of Winning the world footballer of the year. These mega deal dwarfs the £105m Manchester United paid Juventus for pogba in 2016 and set Neymar as the most expensive footballer on planet.
- Romelu Lukaku – Everton to Man United: (£75m)
The former Chelsea man has reunited with his former boss Jose Morinho after he was heavily linked with a move back to Stanford bridge instead opted to join Manchester United to play with his friend Pogba. According to reports the final price with add-ons could be up to £90m. With Wayne Rooney going the opposite direction in a seprate deal.
- Alvaro Moratta – Real Madrid to Chelsea (£70m)
The young spinyard left Madrid for Chealsea in search of regular first team football which he could not get in Real. Moratta who was heavily linked to Manchester United instead signed for chelsea because of Real’s frustration over their inability to sign David De gea drom Manchester united.
- Benjamin Mendy – Monaco to Manchester Ciy (£52)
Mendy became the most expensive defender after he completed his record move to England as pep and city continues to reshape their squad to challenge for silver wears.
- Kyle Walker – Tottenham to Man City: (£45m)
Pep Guardiola and City have been on the search for full-backs after releasings the likes of Zableta and Clichy so made Spurs’ and England international Walker the joint-most expensive defender in football history for a fee that could reach £50m with add-ons.
- Alexandre Lacazette – Lyon to Arsenal: (£46.5m)
Lacazette was poised with a move to Atletico Madrid but failed due to their transfer ban, now put pen to paper at Arsenal from Lyon this summer instead as the second most expensive signing for the Gunners.
- Bernardo Silva – Monaco to Man City: (£43m)
The ex-Monaco and Portugal international Silva caught the eye of Pep Guardiola, who snapped him up in June after leading Monaco to Ligue 1 title and Champions league semi-final.
- Nemanja Matic: Chelsea to Manchester United (£40m)
After the signing of Bakayoko from Monaco, Chelsea’s manager Antonio Conte decided to let Matic reunite with his former boss at Manchester United.
- Tiemoue Bakayoko – Monaco to Chelsea: (£40m)
After having a prolific season at Monaco which saw them win Ligue 1, Bakayoko chose to join the reigning English champions Chelsea to line up alongside N’Golo Kante in a fearsome looking midfield at Chelsea.
- Corentin Tolisso – Lyon to Bayern Munich (£35.3m)
The young midfielder secured a move to Aliens Arena from Ligue 1 for around £35.3m with another €15m in add-ons to come, the 22-years old midfielder is seen as a long term plan for Bayern.
- Ederson – Benfica to Man City: (£34.7m)
With the uncertainties surrounding Joe Hart’s future at City and Claudio Bravo not trusted by his manager. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola spent a record £34.7m for a goalkeeper on the Brazilian stopper
- Mohamed Salah – Roma to Liverpool: (£34.3m)
The Ex Chelsea player was brought back to England by Liverpool for a record transfer fee for an African player.
Salah will hope to impress at Liverpool as against his initial spell at Chelsea few years years ago.
- Antonio Rudiger – Roma to Chelsea: (£34m)
The ex-Roma and Italian defender made joined Antonio Conte at Chelsea to face a fresh challenge in the premier League. The 24-year-old star has acknowledged conte as his reason for joining the blues.
- Andre Silva – FC Porto to AC Milan: (£33.6m)
The new owners o AC Milan continued their quest to restore the club to the top by adding the 21-years old Portuguese forward to their strikeforce.
- Vitolo – Sevilla to Atletico Madrid: (£33.08m)
Despite that Atletico Madrid are under a transfer ban yet signed the Spain winger and immediately loaned him out to Las Palmas until January 2018 when they will be eligible to regiuuster new players.
- Victor Lindelof – Benfica to Man United: (£30.75m)
Manchester United’s first signing of the summer after been linked with united for almost nine months finally secured a move to the Old Trafford club. The 22 year old Sweden international was pened a five year contact with United.
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