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Biggest transfers in Europe's top leagues this summer


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Biggest transfers in Europe's top leagues this summer

The European summer transfer window so far hasn’t quite hit the heights of last year’s which saw Paul Pogba and Gonzalo Higuain move for record sums but that doesn’t mean the top leagues aren’t doing big business. Here are five most expensive acquisitions and sales in Europe’s top five leagues according to transfermarkt.

England

Acquisitions

1. €85 million, Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United from Everton

2. €65 million, Álvaro Morata to Chelsea from Real Madrid

3. €57.5 million, Benjamin Mendy to Manchester City from Monaco

4. €53 million, Alexandre Lacazette to Arsenal from Olympique Lyonnais

5. €51 million, Kyle Walker to Manchester City from Tottenham

Sales

1. €85 million, Romelu Lukaku from Everton to Manchester United

2. €44.7 million, Nemanja Matic from Chelsea to Manchester United

3. €28.5 million, Michael Keane from Burnley to Everton

4. €28.5 million, Jordan Pickford from Sunderland to Everton

5. €27.7 million, Kelechi Iheanacho from Manchester City to Leicester

Germany

Acquisitions

1. €41.5 million, Corentin Tolisso to Bayern Munich from Olympique Lyonnais

2. €21 million, Kingsley Coman to Bayern Munich from Juventus

3. €20 million, Niklas Süle to Bayern Munich from 1899 Hoffenheim

4. €20 million, Maximilian Philipp to Borussia Dortmund from SC Freiburg

5. €19 million, Nabil Bentaleb to FC Schalke 04 from Tottenham Hotspur

Sales

1. €22 million, Hakan Çalhanoğlu from Bayer Leverkusen to AC Milan

2. €20 million, Maximilian Philipp from SC Freiburg to Borussia Dortmund

3. €20 million, Niklas Süle from 1899 Hoffenheim to Bayern Munich

4. €18 million, Ricardo Rodriguez from VFL Wolfsburg to AC Milan

5. €17.8 million, Chicharito from Bay. Leverkusen to West Ham

Spain

Acquisitions

1. €36 million, Vitolo to Atlético Madrid CF from Sevilla FC

2. €30.5 million, Nélson Semedo to Barca from Benfica

3. €30 million, Theo Hernandez to Real Madrid from Atlético Madrid

4. €20 million, Luis Muriel to Sevilla FC CF from Sampdoria

5. €17 million, Dani Ceballos to Real Madrid CF from Real Betis

Sales

1. €222 million, Neymar from FC Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain

2. €65 million, Álvaro Morata from Real Madrid to Chelsea

3. €30 million, Theo Hernandez from Atlético Madrid to Real Madrid

4. €30 million, Danilo from Real Madrid CF to Manchester City

5. €18 million, Mateo Musacchio from Villarreal CF to AC Milan

Italy

Acquisitions

1. €42 million, Leonardo Bonucci to AC Milan from Juventus

2. €40 million, Federico Bernardeschi to Juventus from Fiorentina

3. €38 million, Andre Silva to AC Milan from FC Porto

4. €24 million, Matías Vecino to Inter from Fiorentina

5. €22 million, Hakan Çalhanoğlu to AC Milan from Bayer Leverkusen

Sales

1. €42 million, Mohamed Salah from AS Roma to Liverpool

2. €35 million, Anthony Rüdiger from AS Roma to Chelsea

3. €25 million, Andrea Conti from Atalanta BC to AC Milan

4. €23 million, Leandro Paredes from Roma to Zenit St. Petersburg

5. €23 million, Milan Skriniar from Sampdoria to Inter

France

Acquisitions

1. €222 million, Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain from FC Barcelona

2. €25 million, Youri Tielemans to AS Monaco from RSC Anderlecht

3. €17 million, Ismaïla Sarr to Stade Rennais from FC Metz

4. €16 million, Yuri Berchiche to Paris Saint-Germain from Real Sociedad

5. €15 million, Terence Kongolo to AS Monaco from Feyenoord Rotterdam

Sales

1. €57.5 million, Benjamin Mendy from Monaco to Manchester City

2. €53 million, Alexandre Lacazette from Olympique Lyonnais to Arsenal

3. €50 million, Bernardo Silva from AS Monaco to Manchester City

4. €41.5 million, Corentin Tolisso from Olympique Lyonnais to Bayern Munich

5. €40 million, Tiemoué Bakayoko from Monaco to Chealsea