The eleven most expensive on the market: 622.5 million euros

The closing of the market leaves the eleven for the one that has been paid the most in each position: Mendy; Semedo, Rúben Días, Aké, Chilwell; Pjanic, Thomas, Arthur; Havertz; Werner and Osimhen.

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The transfer market closed this Monday in the main European leagues. The summer period of incorporations has left movements that allow forming an eleven worth 602.5 million euros. The most expensive team on the market position by position would be made up of: Mendy (24); Semedo (30), Rúben Dias (68), Aké (45.3), Chilwell (50.2); Pjanic (60), Thomas (50), Arthur (72); Havertz (80); Werner (53) and Osimhen (70) .

Kepa has not cleared up the doubts that exist in Chelsea's goal and the London club has sought competition for him with the signing of French goalkeeper Edouard Mendy for 24 million euros from Rennes. The 28-year-old goalkeeper has started beating the Spanish in Lampard's first eleven in the Premier League.

The most expensive transfers in the defense line bear the hallmark of the Premier League. Wolverhampton acquired the services of former Barcelona player Nelson Semedo in exchange for 30 million euros. The center of defense is monopolized by Manchester City. The team that Pep Guardiola coaches has once again taken out the checkbook to reinforce its defense with Rúben Días, for 68 million euros, and Aké, for 45.3. The arrival of the centrals to the 'citizen' team causes the Spanish coach to add 480 million euros in defenses. The most expensive left-back has been signed by Chelsea by paying 50.2 million euros for Chilwell to Leicester.

LaLiga has the command in the center of the field. Arsenal gave one of the bells of the last market day paying the 50 million of the Thomas clause. The amount paid by the Ghanaian means that LaLiga's Financial Control only allows Atleti to spend 12.5 million euros, 25% of the income from the sale. Arthur and Pjanic would accompany Thomas at the core of the most expensive team. Barcelona and Juventus exchanged players. The Brazilian went to Turin for 72 million and the Bosnian arrived in Barcelona for 60.

The attack is back to 'blue'. Lampard's men have incorporated Kai Havertz for 100 million euros and Timo Werner for 53. The signing of the German forward was closed before the end of the season and Chelsea did not let him play the Champions League quarter-finals with RB Leipzig. To the two attackers we must add the most expensive signing in the history of Naples: Victor Osimhen for which they paid 70 million euros to Lille. The team chaired by Aurelio di Laurentiis closed the arrival of the Nigerian forward to cover the theoretical departure of Arkadiusz Milik. The Pole was so close to being a Roma player that he passed the medical examination, but Dzeko's continuity in the Italian capital leads the forward to continue being a Partenopei player. Among these eleven players would be the name of Álvaro Morata if the forward had been traded for 56 million euros. However, Atlético gave the Madrid player to Juventus for 10 'kilos' and a purchase option for 45 million euros.



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