United, Juve, Bayern and PSG protagonists of the last day

The Premier League was the league that least noticed the pandemic. Ligue 1, however, spent half of last season on new signings.

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The transfer market ended and the last day left us with several protagonists in each of the main leagues. PSG, Bayern and Juventus once again demonstrated their purchasing power compared to their great rivals in their countries with the addition of several signings that will make it even more difficult for other clubs to break the monopoly they exercise in their championships. United for their part, managed to sign Cavani at the last minute and Porto side Alex Telles to give a quality bonus to a team that comes from conceding a humiliating 1-6 against Tottenham in Premier.

This has been the balance of the last day in the big leaguesPremier

Manchester United was the main protagonist of the last day of the transfer market in England. The arrivals of Cavani and Alex Telles join that of Van de Beek to reinforce the Red Devils, who have been left without their main target: Jadon Sancho. Those at Old Trafford have been one of the great entertainers on the market but not the only ones.

For example, Arsenal managed to sign Thomas Partey for the center of the field, by paying his 50 million clause, which is why they have had to seek a way out of Guendouzi (Hertha Berlin, on loan). Everton, leaders of the Premier League, have reinforced their defense with the young central Ben Godfrey, from Norwich, for almost 25 million euros and join the James, Doucouré, Allan and company. The one who finally did not go anywhere is the Spanish central Eric García, since Manchester City rejected a last offer that Barcelona made yesterday.Although the team that has been reinforced the most this summer has been Lampard's Chelsea, whose squad includes three of the five most expensive transfers of the summer in the Premier League. First, Havertz (80 million). Later, in fourth and fifth position, Werner (45) and Chilwell (50) ... not to mention other arrivals such as those of Ziyech (40) or goalkeeper Mendy (24) .

Bundesliga

The 18 Bundesliga teams had to tighten their belts during this atypical summer market to alleviate the effects of the crisis caused by the coronavirus. If a year ago the German clubs spent 747 million euros on signings, COVID-19 caused that, just one season later, the amount decreased by more than half: 318. Of course, the number of incorporations did not vary much . There were a total of 231 arrivals (248 in the summer of 2019), of which 127 were on loan (102 in 2019). In total, the balance was positive: the Bundesliga entered 324 million, generating four in profits (for 127 losses in 2019). The club that pulled the most on the check was Bayern (64 million in seven players), followed by Dortmund (48) and Leipzig (33) .

The most expensive signing was that of Sané, a brand-new Bavarian acquisition for which the Champions Champions paid 45 million to City. Schick (26.5 from Rome to Leverkusen) and Can (25 from Juve to Dortmund) complete the podium. The two operations that moved the most money were two sales to Chelsea: he paid Leverkusen 80 million for Havertz and Leipzig 45 for Werner. The Spanish colony is made up of ten men after the arrivals of Roca (Bayern) and Josep Martínez (Leipzig) .

Series A

a economic crisis also took its toll on the Series A teams, which went from the 1,200 million euros spent on the market a year ago to 730 this year. It was a trade-and-trade session, but there were major moves. Juventus starred on the last day with one of the most important incorporations, Federico Chiesa (for about 50 million between loan and variables) from Fiorentina, who replaced the winger with free agent Callejón. The Vecchia Signora also took over the services of Arthur, Morata, McKennie and Kulusevski, but in Italy they consider Inter as the best reinforced.

A Conte, in addition to Achraf (for 40 million), the board gave Kolarov, Arturo Vidal and Darmian signings to win now. Napoli are also highly appreciated, who renewed the lead with Osimhen (60 million) and Petagna, and obtained the loan of Bakayoko from Chelsea. Milan, which kept Ibrahimovic, was also renewed with the youth and talent of Tonali and Brahim, while an increasingly Spanish Rome (Pedro, Mayoral ...) yesterday closed on the horn the return of Smalling. There was a mystery about the Englishman's contract, delivered a few minutes before closing, but in the end the Giallorossi managed to complete the transfer by paying 15 million to Manchester United.Ligue 1

The transfer market of Ligue 1 closed with a devastating balance. French clubs have had losses of 300 million euros due to the coronavirus and the transfer market, which opened in June to try to make up for the losses, has not helped either. In total, French football has brought in less than 400 million euros (362) and has spent 450, having a net balance of almost 88 million in losses. Last season, Ligue 1 spent 842 million and received 926, that is, has spent 421 million less and has entered less than 600. PSG, characterized by shaking the transfer market in recent years (Rafinha and Danilo are an example of this), made the most expensive transfer in France, paying 60 million for Icardi, 20 more than in 19-20, which was Ben Yedder to Monaco. The most expensive sale was that of Osimhen to Naples for 60 million, 20 less than the 80 that Lille precisely received for Pépé from Arsenal last season. The team that has spent the most money has been the Parisian team, with 64 (Florenzi and Kean were loaned out), followed by Olympique Lyon, who despite not having entered Europe, has disbursed 33 million in Paquetá (20), Toko- Ekambi (11.5) and Özacar (1.5). This year's has been the market where Ligue 1 has spent the least money in the last decade.

The transfer market in Ligue 1 closed with a devastating balance. French clubs have had losses of 300 million euros due to the coronavirus and the transfer market, which opened in June to try to make up for the losses, has not helped either. In total, French football has brought in less than 400 million euros (362) and has spent 450, having a net balance of almost 88 million in losses. Last season, Ligue 1 spent 842 million and received 926, that is, has spent 421 million less and has entered less than 600. PSG, characterized by shaking the transfer market in recent years (Rafinha and Danilo are an example of this), made the most expensive transfer in France, paying 60 million for Icardi, 20 more than in 19-20, which was Ben Yedder to Monaco. The most expensive sale was that of Osimhen to Naples for 60 million, 20 less than the 80 that Lille precisely received for Pépé from Arsenal last season. The team that has spent the most money has been the Parisian team, with 64 (Florenzi and Kean were loaned out), followed by Olympique Lyon, who despite not having entered Europe, has disbursed 33 million in Paquetá (20), Toko- Ekambi (11.5) and Özacar (1.5). This year's has been the market where Ligue 1 has spent the least money in the last decade.



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