High and low of Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Bayern, United, Juventus and all the greats of Europe


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High and low of Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Bayern, United, Juventus and all the greats of Europe

The summer transfer market for the 2021/22 season of European football closed and ended up being one of the most exciting windows of recent years, with surprising transfers completed in the final hours.

ESPN Digital It shows you the main signings, as well as the most outstanding casualties of the most important clubs in the Old Continent.

On the last day of the transfer window, the Merengues acquired the services of French pearl Eduardo Camavinga and will have to wait until next season to sign Kylian Mbappé after PSG rejected an offer from Los Blancos for 200 million. of euros.

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Outstanding casualties


The culé team, despite the serious financial crisis it faces, managed to hire high-level players such as Sergio Agüero and Memphis Depay, who has quickly become the dangerous player on Ronald Koeman’s squad. In the last hours of the transfer market, Barcelona reached an agreement to transfer Antoine Griezmann to Atlético de Madrid, but the summer window of 2021 will be forever marked in the history of the Catalan institution by the departure of Lionel Messi.

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Outstanding casualties


Atlético de Madrid

The ‘Cholo’ recovered Griezmann, one of his favorite players, and now in his squad he will have two former Barcelona attackers alongside Suárez. On the other hand, after an outstanding performance in the Copa América 2021 with the Argentina National Team, Diego Simeone asked the board to insist on midfielder Rodrigo de Pauly, and they finally managed to get his services.

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Outstanding casualties


Bayern Munich

The Bundesliga champions renewed their defense and midfield with the arrival of Upamecano and Sabitzer, although Munich’s main signing was not precisely on the field but on the bench with the addition of Julian Nagelsmann, who captivated European football lovers with his Leipzig, which finished second in the German Championship last season.

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Outstanding casualties

  • David Alaba (Real Madrid)

  • Javi Martínez (Qatar SC)

  • Jerome Boateng (Lyon)


The Dortmund team got rid of key players, with the departure of Jadon Sancho to Manchester United being the most sensitive, due to what the Englishman contributed to the Bavarian squad. On the other hand, Borussia, faithful to their custom, signed interesting prospects and now they will be waiting for what can happen with Erling Haaland.

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Outstanding casualties


PSG

Faced with the impossibility of continuing with Barcelona, ​​Lionel Messi decided to accept the offer of PSG and become the most important signing in the history of the Ligue 1 club. With the Argentine star, Neymar and Mbappé, PSG is considered by many as the main candidate to win the Champions League.

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Outstanding casualties


Manchester United

The ‘Red Devils’ made one of the most important transfers in recent years by hiring Cristiano Ronaldo, an Old Trafford legend who had an agreement, according to various reports, to join Manchester City before United finalized his signing. At 36, Ronaldo will lead a star-studded squad hoping to win the Premier League.

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Outstanding casualties


Manchester City

The Premier League champion and European runner-up was frustrated in his intentions to take over Harry Kane, who expressed his desire to leave Tottenham before starting the campaign, but ultimately decided to continue with Spurs. The star signing of City is called Jack Grealish, who will face his first adventure in a big club in Europe.

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Outstanding casualties


Chelsea

The ‘Blues’ disbursed more than 100 million dollars to bring back the striker of the Belgium National Team, Romelu Lukaku, who last season shone with the Inter Milan shirt under the orders of Antonio Conte. Similarly, Chelsea reinforced its powerful midfield with the addition of Saúl Ñíguez.

Transfers

  • Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan)

  • Marcus Bettinelli (Fulham)

  • Saúl Ñiguez (Atlético de Madrid)

Outstanding casualties


Liverpool

The team led by Jurgen Klopp had a discreet participation in the Transfer Market with Konaté being the most important recruitment made by the Anfield team. The ‘Reds’ will try to have a better season than last and fight for the Premier League title again.

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Outstanding casualties


Arsenal

The ‘Gunners’ have had a difficult start to the campaign by losing their first three Premier League matches, so fans hope that players like Ben White and Martin Odegard will start giving good results as soon as possible because if they continue with the negative streak, the board could choose to fire Mikel Arteta.

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Outstanding casualties

Joe Willock (Newcastle)

Willian (Corinthians)

David Luiz (Without club)

Héctor Bellerín (Real Betis)


Inter de Milan

After winning the Serie A title, Inter Milan had to part with several of its main figures to get out of the financial crisis that the institution is going through. On the other hand, the Italian directive got free players like Dzeko and Hakan Calhanoglu.

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Outstanding casualties


Juventus

The ‘Vecchia Signora’ lost Cristiano Ronaldo being the most sensitive loss suffered by the Turin team this transfer window. The place left vacant by the Lusitanian will be filled by Moise Kean, who returns to Juventus after two years.

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Outstanding casualties


Milan had an important participation in the summer window, although it did not manage to finalize the transfer of the Mexican Jesús Corona, who was one of its main objectives. The Rossoneri stood out for signing two European Champion players: Olivier Giroud and Fikayo Tomori.

Transfers

Outstanding casualties

  • Diego Laxalt (Dynamo Moscow)

  • Gianluigi Donnarumma (PSG)

  • Hakan Calhanoglu (Inter)


With the arrival of Luciano Spalletti to the bench, the Neapolitan team will try to get a ticket to the next edition of the Champions League and something that was missing from the bottom was a solid couple that could accompany Kalidou Koulibaly and for that he arrived as a free player the Brazilian Juan Jesús.

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Outstanding casualties


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