Kai Havertz (who cost 80 million euros) leads the Ideal Team of the most expensive signings in European football.
After several weeks of rumors and negotiations, on October 5 the summer market in Europe was put to an end. The coronavirus pandemic affected the clubs economically, but did not prevent them from strengthening themselves and making cheap soccer jerseys millionaire investments in their teams.
As usual, the transfer advantage was highly suspended until the last minute. The last hours of the hiring period kept the expectation of the fans at the highest point, taking into account the large number of movements made. Although there were also cases in which finally nothing happened.
With the market closed, it is worth reviewing which were the most expensive signings in the Old Continent. The newspaper ‘MARCA’ in Spain has done so through an Ideal Once, which lists the most expensive in each position. In general terms, a goalkeeper, three defenders, five midfielders and two forwards make up this millionaire team.
If we talk about proper names, the German Kai Havertz leads the list thanks to the 80 million euros that Chelsea FC paid Bayer Leverkusen for their services. Behind the German are the Brazilian Arthur Melo, who was transferred from FC Barcelona to Juventus FC for 72 million euros; and the Nigerian Victor Osimhen, for whom SSC Napoli disbursed 70 million euros to Lille Olympique.
? MOST EXPENSIVE SIGNINGS IN EUROPE
– Edouard Mendy (from Stade Rennes to Chelsea FC) € 24 million.
– Ruben Dias (from SL Benfica to Manchester City) 68 million euros.
– Nathan Ake (Bournemouth to Manchester City) 45 million euros.
– Ben Chilwell (from Leicester City to Chelsea FC) 50.2 million euros.
– Kai Havertz (from Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea FC) 80 million euros.
– Thomas Partey (from Atlético de Madrid to Arsenal FC) 50 million euros.
– Miralem Pjanic (from Juventus FC to FC Barcelona) 60 million euros.
– Leroy Sané (from Manchester City to Bayern Munich) 45 million euros.
– Arthur Melo (from FC Barcelona to Juventus FC) 72 million euros.