The Premier leads spending and LaLiga scarcity

Between the league seasons of the coronavirus pandemic, the football transfer market that closed on Monday in Spain and much of Europe has been warm and austere, in keeping with the times, but also uneven. LaLiga has been the great European competition that more reduction has had in its spending, with disappointment after disappointment in almost every club that tried to sign and, the day after closing, with more leaked explanations than presentations in style.

Spending on transfers for the Premier League this summer market, although it closed in October, has been practically twice as much as the next continental competition, Serie A. The financial muscle that the English teams have accumulated has allowed them to buy a lot and cheaply, given the greater deficiencies of the rest, also from the Spanish LaLiga, which has gone to the wagon of those who sell more than they buy.

Cost reduction

The LaLiga model, which in recent years had approached the English spending figures based on an aggressive and expansionary economy, has led to a historical reduction in its numbers. The market in Spain has been constricted, it has been locked in inactivity in the face of danger, like a turtle in its shell waiting for the storm to pass. La Liga clubs have transferred little more than 400 million euros, Europe’s fourth league, almost 1 billion away from the Premier League.

Among the greats of La Liga, the Barça He has run out of the striker and without the center-back he intended, the Madrid nor has he considered signing, just selling, and the Athletic has traded Thomas for 50 million and a loan. Worse are in Valencia, where they have not signed anyone after letting out eight main players from their last squad.

Only the Sevilla It has been reinforced according to their expectations, with 65 million investment, with two signings on the last day and without any momentous sale, neither that of a Koundé for which Manchester City offered more than 50 million euros. The rest have been disappointments, like that of Athletic with Llorente, or dozens of assignments to complete the squads in that way.

Drama and LaLiga

The Premier has spent 400 million euros less than in the last summer transfer window, a significant but not dramatic figure like the more than 1,000 million euros less that have been invested this year in La Liga.

Among the lists of the most expensive transactions of the summer, the top ten are dominated by the English league. Among them, the three Chelsea signings for just over 180 million (Havertz, Werner y Chilwell), Manchester City’s investment of more than 110 million in two power plants (Ake and Dias) and the great movement of the closing day: the 50 million that Arsenal paid for Thomas to Atlético.

In addition to the trap of Barça and Juve to balance accounts with the exchange of Arthur and Pjanic, among the most expensive the signing of Oshimen for Naples (70 million) and Sané for Bayer (45 million).

Below an average of just over 500 million euros of decrease in the movement of money with transfers, more or less shared among the major European leagues, is the French Ligue 1, which is already the third European market ahead of Spain.


Mammana is fine, Shatov is on the bench, Kokorin is in flight. How are the former Zenit players doing?

On October 17, within the 11th round, Tinkoff RPL Zenit will fight Sochi at home. The composition of the southerners now consists of almost a third of the ex-Zenit, and in the summer they were joined by another one on loan – Emanuel Mammana. At the same time, Smolnikov, Kokorin, Shatov left the club … How is the Petersburg team doing?

The Argentine footballer moved to St. Petersburg from Lyon in 2017 for a solid 16 million euros, but since then there has been no place for the promising defender. Mamman had three seasons with Zenit, but played only 25 matches in the Premier League, spending most of the time either in the infirmary, healing the sick “crosses”, or on the bench.

This summer, the defender was still sent on the standard route Petersburg-Sochi in the hope that in the south he will finally be able to recover. Now Emanuel, fortunately, is in full health and consistently plays at the base of Sochi, showing a very decent level. At the moment, the Argentinean is one of the best defenders of the RPL in terms of the number of blocked shots and clearances: only Ural and Lokomotiv play better than Sochi at rebound. In the last match against Rostov, Mamman also scored an assist – the first since November 2017!

Sochi – Rostov. 1: 0. Nikita Burmistrov

The veteran of “Zenith” in the new place of business has not yet worked out. The 32-year-old defender, who moved to Krasnodar in the status of a free agent, only got into the team’s starting lineup three times in the first ten rounds. Smolnikov’s experience, of course, periodically benefits the “bulls”: as a substitute, Igor helps the team maintain the pace or keep under the onslaught of the opponent, as was the case in the match with PAOK, but nothing outstanding is yet to please the fans. Recently, however, he received an invitation to the Russian national team, for which he did not play after the unfortunate removal in the match with Uruguay at the World Cup. Smolnikov got into the application for the League of Nations only because of the injury of his teammate Sergei Petrov and in the match with Hungary (0: 0) was not very useful, often losing the ball and making mistakes in passes.

For Shatov, moving to Kazan was supposed to be a kind of career restart. Seven years ago, the Russian midfielder moved to Zenit from Anji in the status of one of the most promising players in the Premier League, at the age of 25 he reached peak form and expected a promotion in the form of a move to Europe, but it never happened. Oleg’s performance began to decline, and in the summer the footballer was not needed at all in St. Petersburg. In “Rubin” Shatov also moved to show that there is still enough gunpowder in his flasks, but Slutsky’s team had much brighter heroes. Oleg immediately found himself in the shadow of the percussion trio Despotovich – Makarov – Kvaratskhelia, and with the arrival of the Korean “ten” In-Bom Hwan, he completely lost his place in the base. At the starting segment, Shatov distinguished himself with only one effective action, having implemented a penalty in the match against Rotor, and is in no hurry to return to the top.

The most discussed Russian transfer of this summer, so far, to put it mildly, does not justify its status. The Muscovites were looking forward to Kokorin’s debut for Spartak, but when they finally saw their newcomer in business, they just gave up in disappointment. The scandalous striker, who moved to the capital’s club contrary to his previous vows, has not shown anything outstanding on the field in the last rounds and has not yet fit into Domenico Tedesco’s system at all. In the match against Tambov in the 10th round, Alexander realized a couple of interesting episodes, but left the field at the very beginning of the second half, and spent the previous game with Rubin on the bench. The attacking duo of Ponce and Larsson is still effective (10 points on the goal + pass system for two), while Kokorin’s form still raises many questions.

Last season, Ernani’s game impressed Parma so much that in September the Italian club decided to buy the player from Zenit, paying 4.5 million euros for him. The Brazilian defensive midfielder did not exactly shine in Serie A, but he did his job quite well. In terms of the number of interceptions made during the season, Ernani was one of the top three among all the midfielders of the championship: 50 for the Brazilian against 54 for Bannasser from Milan and Missiroli from SPAL. The ex-Zenit player was also strong in the selection: Ernani more often took the ball away from his opponents than any of his colleagues from Juventus or Lazio! In the struggle for the position, the footballer also held on to the top level, equaling the number of martial arts won with the formidable Marcelo Brozovic from Inter. In the new season, Hernani relaxed somewhat, having failed the first match of the season with Napoli, but in the next game he scored a goal (1: 4 with Bologna) and still retains his place at the base.

After leaving Zenit, the Serbian master, it would seem, had to go on a retirement tour or simply retire: 36 years in football is not a joke. Contrary to expectations, Ivanovich moved from the Russian championship not just anywhere, but to his favorite Premier League, joining West Brom in September. Moving to a provincial English club, which made it into the elite at the end of last season, the age defender probably understood that he could hardly count on a place at the base. After signing a contract with VBA, Branislav was included in the team’s application for only one of the three Premier League matches. In a new jersey, Ivanovic played for the first and so far the last time in the League Cup, from which West Brom was eliminated at the same time, losing to a team from the Championship.


BVB, news and rumors: Jadon Sancho was banned from changing in winter, Düsseldorf dealt with Shinji Kagawa – all information about Borussia Dortmund today

While the bosses oppose a winter change from Jadon Sancho, there was interest from Germany in Kagawa. Everything about BVB.

After the international break, BVB have to play against TSG Hoffenheim on Saturday (from 3:30 p.m. in LIVE-TICKER). Central defender Dan-Axel Zagadou, whose comeback is not yet in sight, is still missing.

Meanwhile, those responsible at Borussia are said to have spoken out against Jadon Sancho changing in winter.

In addition: A German second division team dealt with ex-Dortmund Shinji Kagawa and Mats Hummels compiles his top 11 from current and former Dortmunders.

Everything about BVB (Borussia Dortmund) today on Wednesday. goal provides all the news and rumors about the Bundesliga club.

Borussia Dortmund: Fortuna Düsseldorf dealt with ex-BVB star Shinji Kagawa – apparently also interested in PAOK Saloniki

Bundesliga relegated Fortuna Düsseldorf has confirmed interest in former BVB star Shinji Kagawa. “We also thought about Shinji Kagawa. His abilities, which he has already shown in the Bundesliga, don’t have to be questioned,” said board member Klaus Allofs in an interview with the Image: “But is he the right player for the 2nd Bundesliga? Is the overall package right? “

In the end, Fortuna answered this question with a ‘no’, “Allofs explained:” We will definitely not be able to sign this creative midfielder before the next transfer period in winter. The market has been carefully examined for possibilities. Either it was, as in the case [Kevin] Stoeger [wechselte nach Mainz, Anm. d. Red.]not to realize. Or we weren’t convinced by the candidates. “

In addition to the second division should be loud Sport Time also targeted PAOK Saloniki Kagawa. The Greek club, where Olaf Rebbe (former sports director of VfL Wolfsburg) works as sports director, is said to have already submitted an initial offer and is now waiting for feedback from the Japanese.

The 31-year-old Japanese, whose contract with Real Zaragoza was terminated in October, is currently without a club, but, according to the report, prefers to stay in Spain.

The 97-time national player played between 2010 and 2012 and between 2014 and 2019 for Westphalia, with whom he won the German championship and the DFB Cup twice.

Quelle: Getty Images

BVB (Borussia Dortmund) does not want to give up Jadon Sancho in winter either

BVB star Jadon Sancho will apparently continue to wear the black and yellow jersey at least until next summer. As the image reports, the Dortmund bosses also issued a ban on the 20-year-old for the upcoming winter transfer window.

According to the report, this also applies in the event that the English record champions Manchester United raise the transfer fee of 120 million euros requested by BVB in the summer.

In a recent from The Athletic published consultant survey, which was about which transfer is most likely to take place in winter, 27 percent of those surveyed said that Sancho would leave Borussia.

ONLY GERMANY Jadon Sancho Borussia Dortmund
Source: Imago Images / Team 2

BVB (Borussia Dortmund) – Zagadou comeback after knee injury not in sight: “It will take a while”

Central defender Dan-Axel Zagadou will apparently be absent from Borussia Dortmund for a long time. The confirmed licensed player manager Sebastian Kehl, who extended his contract with BVB on Monday until 2022, to the Ruhr news. “It will take some time, we have to be patient,” said Kehl.

Zagadou has been absent from Dortmund since the beginning of August due to an initially mysterious knee injury. An examination by a Paris specialist revealed an injury to the lateral ligament, which should, however, be treated conservatively.

At the beginning of September, BVB sports director Michael Zorc was still in kicker expressed the prognosis that Zagadou will probably not be out for several months. A hope that has meanwhile been dashed.

GER ONLY Dan-Axel Zagadou BVB
Source: imago images / nordfoto

The 21-year-old, who became a fixture on the Dortmund defensive again last season and impressed with strong duel values, is, according to the Ruhr news in advanced training and currently increasing the intensity of his individual units. A return to the Revier derby against Schalke 04 on October 24th seems to be impossible.

As a result, Lucien Favre’s personnel worries in the defense increase increasingly in autumn. Manuel Akanji will most likely not be allowed to play against Hoffenheim this coming weekend due to a corona infection. For him, Lukasz Piszczek will probably move into the back three.

In the Champions League, Zagadou’s absence will also be clearly noticeable again. In the first two games against Lazio Rome (October 20) and Zenit St. Petersburg (October 28), Emre Can is suspended against PSG after his red card in the second leg of the last sixteen last season.

BVB: For Mats Hummels this is Borussia Dortmund’s top 11

At BVB-TV Dortmund’s Mats Hummels set up his “dream and sympathetic team”, as he called it. The ex-national player did not pack himself into the team – instead some Dortmund legends.

But see for yourself!

ONLY GERMANY Sven Bender Mats Hummels Florian Kringe Borussia Dortmund
Quelle: imago images

BVB (Borussia Dortmund): The game plan in the Bundesliga


FC Bayern Munich: David Alaba apparently an issue at Juventus Turin

David Alaba’s future at Bayern Munich is still uncertain. Now, with Juventus Turin, a prominent name should be interested.

Defensive specialist David Alaba (28) from the German record champions FC Bayern Munich has apparently aroused the interest of Juventus Turin. This is reported by the Italian portal Tuttosport on Saturday.

Accordingly, the Serie A club wants to take advantage of the obvious negotiating difficulties between the Munich and the Alaba side to convince the Austrian international of a transfer to Italy. The club around superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and star coach Andrea Pirlo is apparently looking to a free transfer next summer.

Alaba’s contract runs until the end of June 2021. It remains to be seen whether the Austrian, who is now mainly in the position of central defender, will extend his working paper in Munich. If this does not happen, he could leave FCB free of charge in the summer of 2021.

FC Bayern Munich: 11 million euros base salary for Alaba too little

The Munich-based company allegedly offers Alaba eleven million euros plus six million in performance-based bonuses. This should not be enough for the player. In the negotiations, the left-footed adviser looked to the club side to buckle.

Where the defense chief of Bayern coach Hansi Flick will lace his shoes in the coming 2021/22 season is still in the stars. At Juve, the name of the national player is said to be “one of the names that appeal to Juve the most,” according to the report. But also Manchester City with ex-FCB coach Pep Guardiola and the two heavyweights from Spain, Real Madrid and Barcelona, ​​have already been associated with Alaba.

Those: Imago Images / Thomas Frey

FC Bayern Munich: Alaba is an important part of the triple team

Alaba played twice for the record champions in the current 2020/21 season. Last season he and his employer won the triple of the Bundesliga championship, DFB Cup and UEFA Champions League.

Alaba has been playing for FC Bayern since 2008 when he came to Germany from Austria Wien. After a six-month loan to TSG 1899 Hoffenheim in 2011, the left-footer established himself over time in the Munich squad and is now considered one of the great performers.


At the Center. Gamalei named the timing of refusal of the mask after vaccination

You can refuse to use the mask three weeks after the introduction of the second component of the coronavirus vaccine, reports RIA Novosti with reference to the director of the Center. Gamalei by Alexander Gintsburg.

“You have to wait at least 21 days after the person is vaccinated, then you have to be sure that you are in the experienced group, and not in the placebo group,” he said.

Gunzburg also advised after that to determine the level of antibodies, if it turns out to be insufficient, then it is better to continue wearing a mask, he explained.

Russia became the first country in the world to register its own vaccine against coronavirus from the V.I. Gamalei. The production of the drug began on August 15. Post-registration trials of the vaccine are now underway in Moscow. Clinical trials of its coronavirus vaccine have been completed by the Vector Center. It is planned to register the vaccine by October 15, 2020. Then it is planned to conduct post-registration trials of the drug. On October 6, trials of the coronavirus vaccine developed at the V.I. Chumakov.

Earlier, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that people were tired of complying with the requirements for the prevention of coronavirus, and urged to hold out for several more months before the start of mass vaccination.


David Nemeth could move Gorenc-Stankovic into midfield

With David Nemeth and Jusuf Gazibegovic, SK Sturm Graz strengthened its defensive line again on Deadline Day. Managing Director Sport Andreas Schicker now spoke about the plan with the loans.

The SK storm is still on a slight upward trend. Although they showed a bit mixed performance against St. Pölten and Hartberg, the 4-0 win against SCR Altach was quite hopeful, and they are still unbeaten in the league. “The boys see the light again. The team’s style is well received. We can feel that this is also being accepted in Styria,” Schicker draws a first positive conclusion in the courier.

This is also due to the reorganized squad, although the transfer period was anything but easy for the Styrians. For example, the entire defense chain was turned inside out, including seven defensive players who joined the club. “It was intense, but in the end we can be satisfied,” said Schicker of the activities.

With Nemeth and Gazibegovic, the Graz team also got two substitutes for the failed youngsters Vincent Trummer and Niklas Geyrhofer on the last day of the transfer.

Nemeth previously kicked at SV Mattersburg and turned down offers from AC Milan and Wolverhampton. After the Bundesliga club went bankrupt, the central defender joined FSV Mainz 05 on a free transfer in the summer. But his development is now to be continued in the domestic league for the time being, as advisor Thomas Böhm reveals: “Everything was thought through in close coordination with the Mainz sports director Schröder. A loan to Austria was planned for a longer time in order to collect match practice at a high level.”

Since Rapid Vienna did not have to give up a central defender, Sturm was ready as an interested party: “We had contact early on, then it was quickly struck,” says Schicker.

The squad planner thinks of the 1.91-meter-tall man, so he also expects more tactical possibilities in the Sturm-Zentrale: “If Nemeth and Wüthrich convince in the center, also defense chief Stankovic could move forward as six.”

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However, a firm commitment from Thorsten Röcher did not work. According to Schicker, “half the city asked for a new striker,” but the deal was simply not financially viable because the FCI insisted on a transfer fee. “Ingolstadt insisted on a transfer for Röcher until the very end. We can neither let the 8,000 we had hoped for nor the 5,000 planned, but only 3,000 fans,” said Schicker. “Then everything doesn’t work.”


BVB: Manchester United failed with an offer for Nico Schulz

At Jadon Sancho, Manchester United had no success. Apparently the Red Devils had another BVB player in mind: Nico Schulz.

The English record champions Manchester United apparently failed on deadline day with an offer for full-back Nico Schulz from Borussia Dortmund. That reports ESPN.

Accordingly, the Red Devils showed interest in a one-year loan deal and offered BVB a loan fee of one million euros as well as the assumption of the annual salary of the 27-year-old.

Nico Schulz: BVB apparently “amazed” by United’s offer

According to the report, the Westphalians reacted “astonished” to the offer from Manchester. Those responsible are said to have taken the interest in Schulz as an opportunity to question United’s scouting.

In addition, one was surprised that the Premier League club is targeting a player who does not go beyond the role of the supplementary player in the black and yellow.

Quelle: Getty Images

It is also said that the bosses refused to change the German national player in view of the tight schedule in the current season.

Schulz, who is still under contract in Dortmund until 2024, has not been able to assert himself at BVB since his 25 million euro change from TSG Hoffenheim in summer 2019.

In the past season he only made 18 competitive games (one goal) due to injuries. In the current season, a calf injury slowed him down. He was substituted on in the Supercup against FC Bayern Munich and in the Bundesliga match against SC Freiburg.


Spain: Lionel Messi and FC Barcelona: the Ajax star who asked Bartomeu

Lionel Messi wanted to help the FC Barcelona on the last day of transfer market. Although he does not have the best of relations with the club’s president, Josep María Bartomeu, he dared to ask him to hire a player to reinforce the left-back area.

As reported this Wednesday by the Spanish portal ‘Don Balon’, that player is nothing less than Nicolás Tagliafico. The name of the Argentine side of Ajax was suggested by Lionel Messi himself, but at the Catalan club there were other priorities to attend to in the last hours of the transfer window.

And it is that in the sports management of Barcelona they only had the head to think about Memphis Depay and Eric García, two requests from Ronald Koeman who finally did not sign for the Catalan club due to strictly economic issues. Lyon and Manchester City respectively tied them up and there was no way out.

Tagliafico, the player that Lionel Messi requested for Barcelona in the last hours of the market. (AFP)

“(Messi) put several names on the table to strengthen that demarcation (left back), with Nicolás Tagliafico the option he liked the most. But there was no offer or talks, and the former Real Murcia or Independiente de Avellaneda has stayed at Ajax in Amsterdam, despite being linked to different teams, “the source published.

Always according to ‘Don Balon’, Messi saw in Tagliafico the ideal player to replace Jordi Alba in low hours. Although the Spanish side started the season on the right foot, the first injury was not long in coming.

After the October national team break, Barcelona will face Getafe in the LaLiga restart. Days later, Ronald Koeman’s men will debut in the 2020-21 Champions League against Ferencváros and then they will play the Clásico de España against Real Madrid.




Promes “vomited” after the transfer of Ze Luis to Lokomotiv

Former footballer of “Spartak” Quincy Promes reacted to the news about the transfer of striker Ze Luis to Lokomotiv.

Under a post about a transfer in one of the red and white fan groups on Instagram, Promes left an emoticon with a face showing disgust.

Recall that Promes played for Spartak from 2014 to 2018, and Zé Luis – from 2015 to 2019. As part of the Muscovites, both players became champions of Russia at the end of the 2016/17 season. At the moment Promes is playing for Ajax.

On 6 October Lokomotiv announced the transfer of Ze Luis from Porto. The contract with the footballer is for 3 years. Last season, the striker played 31 matches for the Portuguese club in all tournaments, scored 10 goals and made 7 assists.


Overview: completed transfers on Deadline Day | NOW

In the Netherlands, the transfer market closes on Tuesday and in many surrounding countries it was already Deadline Day on Monday. Below is an overview of the most important transfers completed on Monday and Tuesday.

The Netherlands

Mario Götze – transfer-free to PSV
Samuel Moutoussamy –
from FC Nantes to Fortuna Sittard (on rental basis)
Bruno Martins Indi –
from Stoke City to AZ (on rental basis)
Ola John –
from Vitória SC to RKC Waalwijk (transfer fee unknown)
Juan Family-Castillo
– from Chelsea to AZ (on rental basis)
Romano Postema – from FC Groningen to FC Den Bosch (on a rental basis)
Jacky Donkor –
from Fortuna Sittard to FC Eindhoven (on a rental basis)
Marco van Ginkel –
from Chelsea to PSV (on a rental basis)
Adrian Fein-
from Bayern Munich to PSV (on rental basis)
Jaroslaw Jach –
from Crystal Palace to Fortuna Sittard (on rental basis)
Halil Dervisoglu –
from Brentford to FC Twente (on rental basis)
Benjamin Nygren –
from KRC Genk to sc Heerenveen (on rental basis)
Rasmus Wendt –
from AZ to sc Heerenveen (transfer fee unknown)
Stanislav Shopov –
from Botev Plovdiv to sc Heerenveen (100,000 euros)
Noa Lang –
from Ajax to Club Brugge (on rental basis)
Nando Nöstlinger-
from RKC Waalwijk to KSC Lokeren (on rental basis)
Nicklas Strunck –
from FC Groningen to Esbjerg fB (on rental basis)
Kasper Lunding Jakobsen –
from Aarhus GF to Heracles Almelo (transfer fee unknown)
Elias Oubella –
from 1. FC Köln to Heracles Almelo (transfer fee unknown)
Bassala Sambou –
from Fortuna Sittard to Randers FC (on rental basis)
Davy Klaassen –
from Werder Bremen to Ajax (11 million euros)
Mist –
from PSV to Olympiacos Piraeus (on a rental basis)
Michal Sadílek – from PSV to Slovan Liberec (on a rental basis)
Oussama Idrissi
– from AZ to Seville (12 million euros)
Jan-Arie van der Heijden – transfer free to Willem II
Samuele Mulattieri –
from Internazionale to FC Volendam (on rental basis)
Eric Oelschlägel – transfer free to FC Utrecht
Ricardo van Rhijn
– free transfer to FC Emmen
Felix Wiedwald from Eintracht Frankfurt to FC Emmen (free transfer)
Luka Ilic – from Manchester City to FC Twente (on a rental basis)
Danny Bakker from ADO Den Haag to Roda JC (on rental basis)


Thomas Partey – from Atlético Madrid to Arsenal (50 million euros)
Raphinha –
from Stade Rennes to Leeds United (transfer fee unknown)
Joachim Andersen –
from Olympique Lyon to Fulham (on rental basis)
Robin Olsen – from AS Roma to Everton (on rental basis)
Theo Walcott –
from Everton to Southampton (on rental basis)
Lucas Torreira – from Arsenal to Atlético Madrid (on rental basis)
Edinson Cavani
– free transfer to Manchester United
Jean-Clair Todibo –
from FC Barcelona to Benfica (on rental basis)
Bobby Adekanye – from Lazio to Cádiz CF (on rental basis)
Diego Laxalt –
from AC Milan to Celtic (on rental basis)
Chris Smalling –
from Manchester United to AS Roma (transfer fee unknown)
Jordan Lukaku – from Lazio to Royal Antwerp FC (on a rental basis)
Wesley Hoedt –
from Southampton to Lazio (on rental basis)
Deniz Türüc –
from Fenerbahçe to Istanbul Basaksehir (on rental basis)
Michaël Cuisance –
from Bayern Munich to Olympique Marseille (on rental basis)
Jose Callejon – from Naples to Fiorentina (free transfer)
Gerard Deulofeu – from Watford to Udinese (on rental basis)
Alex Such – from FC Porto to Manchester United (15 million euros)
Tiemoué Bakayoko –
from Chelsea to Napoli (on rental basis)
Diego Perotti –
from AS Roma to Fenerbahçe (free transfer)
Federico Chiesa –
from Fiorentina to Juventus (on rental basis)
Mattéo Guendouzi
– from Arsenal to Hertha BSC (on rental basis)
Bouna Sarr –
from Olympique Marseille to Bayern Munich (10 million euros)
Karim Rekik –
from Hertha BSC to Seville (4 million euros)
Justin Kluivert –
from AS Roma to RB Leipzig (on rental basis)
Mattia De Sciglio
from Juventus to Olympique Lyon (on rental basis)
Kristoffer Peterson
from Swansea City to Fortuna Düsseldorf (0.5 million euros)
Douglas Costa –
from Juventus to Bayern Munich (on rental basis)
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting –
from Paris Saint-Germain to Bayern Munich (free transfer)
Sebastian Rudy –
from Schalke 04 to Hoffenheim (on rental basis)
Kevin Mirallas –
from Antwerp to Gaziantep FK (on rental basis)
Stijn Spierings –
from Levski Sofia to FC Toulouse (transfer fee unknown)
Luca Zidane –
from Real Madrid to Rayo Vallecano (on rental basis)
Matteo Darmian –
from Parma to Internazionale (2.5 million euros)
Ben Godfrey
from Norwich City to Everton (27.5 million euros)
Diogo Dalot from Manchester United to AC Milan (rental basis)
Marc Roca from Espanyol to Bayern Munich (9 million euros)
Danilo Pereira from FC Porto to Paris Saint-Germain (on rental basis)
Moise kean from Everton to Paris Saint-Germain (on rental basis)
Ryan Sessegnon from Tottenham Hotspur to Hoffenheim (on rental basis)
Ibrahima Diallo from Stade Brest to Southampton (15 million euros)
Idrissa Doumbia from Sporting CP to CD Huesca (on rental basis)

In England, the market for international transfers closed on Monday. In their own country, the clubs are allowed to do business there until October 16. In Germany, Belgium, France, Italy and Spain, the market also closed on Monday for domestic transfers. In Russia (October 17) and Portugal (October 25), for example, the market has been open longer.