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final of the transfer market in the major European leagues

final of the transfer market in the major European leagues
The signing of Cristiano Ronaldo by Juventus in the market sounded rather bland signings so far (Photo: Daily Post)

Last summer he was most moved as far as movement is concerned transfer. PSG burst the market with two signings more than that there were two bombings. Neymar left FC Barcelona for Paris at a rate of 220 million and Mbappé changed Monaco in the French capital. Thus, stroke of the pen, PSG invested 400 million in two world cracks.

From there, movement is produced by the ripple effect of these operations. FC Barcelona was becoming the most invested with Coutinho and Dembelé among others. In the Brazilian and French spent almost the whole FC Barcelona 300 millions.

But nevertheless, European clubs seem to have put the brakes on this market. So far there have been no major movements and the absence of less than a month to close the most notorious market has been the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo who left Real Madrid to leave Juventus has paid 105 million euros for the Portuguese.

Precisely expected that Real Madrid were the first to make a move but until the moment Florentino Perez looks pretty quiet and not willing to make big signings or spending money like crazy. It is hoped Bale as the new leader although it is clear that the team needs a striker who gets to fill the gap left striker Cristiano white set.

Juventus are still the team is more moving the market. Once it has become overwhelmingly dominated the Serie A, the aim of Turin is to get the Champions League. The possible return of illustrious players like Bonucci or Pogba would make the 'Vecchia Signora’ a formidable team.

With less than a month for the market close in 5 Europe's top leagues so we reached the final stretch that insurance will be moved if only stopped so that has been the case so far, these are the closing dates:

Premier League (England): 9 August at 23:59 hours.

La Liga (Spain): 31 August at 23:59 hours.

League 1 (France): 31 August at 23:59 hours.

Bundesliga (Germany): 31 August at 18:00 hours.

A series (Italy): 18 August at 20:00 hours.

Javi Argudo

Javi Argudo

Football Geek. The first great experience of my life was to discover the PC Football. You can follow me on @JaviArgudo

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