Summers in Europe were full of ups and downs. Who scored the best deals and who completely messed up the market?
The transfer window has closed – in at least five of Europe’s big leagues – and the first international break has arrived.
The emergence of Saudi Arabia as a major force in the market was arguably the main talking point, with the Pro League’s pursuit of several top players bringing both positives and negatives for the club. European elite.
On the one hand, the willingness of public investment funds (FPIs) to pay exorbitant sums for thirty-some reservoirs has fueled those wanting to get rid of deadwood. On the other hand, the incredible amount of money offered in Saudi Arabia has been an unwanted distraction for some top teams as they have prompted key people to leave.
Chelsea’s new owners have embarked on a historic new spending spree which has once again lit things up.
Who knew how to cope with the chaos? And who spoiled the market? GOAL classifies and rates the deals made by the continent’s 15 biggest clubs…
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