Five of the best winter signings in the history of the League
Sign in winter has always been seen as a patch to shortcomings or mistakes in summer. But often the results of the winter market have not been satisfactory, others often this second chance with clubs, He saved them from failing to meet the targets set since the beginning. We remind you five of the best winter signings in the history of the League.
1-Marcelo (Real Madrid 2007)
What are we to say about this signing? With scarcely 18 Real Madrid years that at that time presided over Ramon Calderon, He gambled on this unknown Brazilian side southpaw who came all Real Madrid from Fluminense. Almost 10 years later, still Real Madrid and is one of the best in his position. Certainly a success for signing.
2-Dani Alves (Sevilla 2003)
Another Brazilian proved to be a mega signing for Spanish football. Dani Alves came in the winter of 2003 to play in the Seville where it quickly became a place in the team and where he played for 5 seasons. After the Barcelona signed him and you know. This is one of the best foreigners in the history of the league and was one of the greatest successes of a winter market.
3-Edgar Davids (Barcelona 2004)
The pitbull came to help a midfield, The Barca 2004, I was completely sunk, much as the club at that time. The dutch, He conducted a second round of scandal and Barcelona, He rallied to reach the second place. That team was the beginning of a great era with Rijkaard on the bench and Davids, It was instrumental in arranging a season that look bad.
4-Diego Costa (Vallecano Ray 2012)
Costa did not go for a good time 2012. Newly recovered from a serious injury that had left him in dry dock, the player needed minutes and Atletico it was complicated because at that time, barely at Atletico who he had given several teams. He played the second round of the season with the Lightning that stayed in First quietly thanks in part to the 10 Diego Costa scored goals in 16 matches. After that assignment his career took off and the rest already know.
5-Humberto Suazo (Zaragoza 2010)
Zaragoza was several consecutive seasons on the razor's edge until finally down. The first one in 2010 the same season where again First. After a horrible first round and in a tone that would be usual for several consecutive seasons, the box maño signed a multitude of players in winter. In the 2009/10 specifically the Chilean Suazo who with 6 goals, maño helped the box to keep the category.