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European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 12:42 pm

Transfers from European Leagues so far

Serie A First

I have only included transfers I regard as big, so apologies if some are not on the list

Currency in Euros

Luc Castaignos (Feyenoord to Inter 3,000,000)
Marco Borriello (AC Milan to AS Roma 10,000,000) Permanent deal after loan last season
Philippe Mexes (AS Roma to AC Milan Free)
Kevin Prince Boateng (Genoa to AC Milan 7,500,000) Permanent after loan (PAL)
Marco Amelia (Genoa to AC Milan 3,500,000) PAL
Alberto Paloschi (Genoa to AC Milan ?)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Barcelona to AC Milan 24,000,000) PAL
Sokratis Papastathopoulos (AC Milan to Genoa 4,000,000)
Reto Ziegler (Sampdoria to Juventus Free)
Mauro Cetto (Toulouse to Palermo Free)
Edison Cavani (Palermo to Napoli 12,000,000) PAL
Federico Fernandez (Estudiantes to Napoli 3,000,000)
Michele Pazienza (Napoli to Juventus Free)
Andrea Pirlo (AC Milan to Juventus Free)
Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus to Parma 3,000,000) PAL
Mauricio Pereyra (Nacional to Parma ?)
Graziano Pelle (AZ Alkmaar to Parma 1,000,000)
Fabio Borini (Chelsea to Parma Free)
Lucas Pratto (Boca Juniors to Genoa 3,000,000)
Valter Birsa (Auxerre to Genoa Free)
Ze Eduardo (Santos to Genoa 4,500,000)
Rafinha (Genoa to Bayern Munich 5,500,000)
Miroslav Klose (Bayern Munich to Lazio Free)
Diego Fabbrini (Empoli to Udinese ?)

Other leagues to follow.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 12:49 pm

La Liga

Martin Caceres (Barcelona to Sevilla 3,000,000) PAL
Nacho Monreal (Osasuna to Malaga 6,000,000)
Diego Alves (Almeria to Valencia 3,000,000)
Ander Herrera (Zaragoza to Athletic Bilbao 7,500,000)
Diego Castro (Sporting Gijon to Getafe Free)
Joris Mathijsen (Hamburg to Malaga 2,500,000)
Ruud van Nistelrooy (Hamburg to Malaga Free)
Diego Buonanotte (River Plate to Malaga 4,500,000)
Jeremy Toulalan (Lyon to Malaga 11,000,000)
Juan Angel Albin (Getafe to Espanyol 3,000,000)
Jose Maria Callejon (Espanyol to Real Madrid 5,000,000)
Nuri Sahin (Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid 10,000,000)
Hamit Altintop (Bayern Munich to Real Madrid Free)
Adil Rami (Lille to Valencia 6,000,000)
Dani Parejo (Getafe to Valencia 6,000,000)
Manu Del Moral (Getafe to Sevilla 4,500,000)
Piotr Trochowski (Hamburg to Sevilla Free)
Didier Zokora (Sevilla to Trabzonspor 6,000,000)
Tomas Ujfalusi (Atletico Madrid to Galatasaray 2,000,000)

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 12:57 pm

Ligue 1

Henri Bedimo (RC Lens to Montpellier 2,000,000)
Julien Feret (Nancy to Rennes 4,000,000)
Kevin Gameiro (Lorient to PSG 11,000,000)
Nicolas Douchez (Rennes to PSG Free)
Kevin Mirallas (St Etienne to Olympiakos 2,500,000)
Jeremy Morel (Lorient to Marsielle 2,500,000)
Morgan Amalfitano (Loreint to Marseille Free)
Taye Taiwo (Marseille to AC Milan Free)
Benoit Pedretti (Auxerre to Lille 1,500,000)
Fernando (Bordeaux to Al Shabab 6,000,000)
Yohan Cabaye (Lille to Newcastle 5,000,000)

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Derbyblue on Mon Jun 20, 2011 1:07 pm

fantantonio wrote:Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus to Parma 3,000,000) PAL
I thought Giovinco was meant to be one of the "next big things" for Juventus, is this for full ownership or co-ownership?

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by monty junior on Mon Jun 20, 2011 1:44 pm

Bastos is off to Juventus, a good possibility of Aguero going too.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:06 pm

Derbyblue wrote:
fantantonio wrote:Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus to Parma 3,000,000) PAL
I thought Giovinco was meant to be one of the "next big things" for Juventus, is this for full ownership or co-ownership?

Yes IMO he is quality and could easily play for Juve but they don't see it. He was on loan to Parma last season with an option to buy which I assume was 3,000,000 as the deal has been done quite quickly.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:08 pm

monty junior wrote:Bastos is off to Juventus, a good possibility of Aguero going too.

Do you have a link? I can't find anything concrete on Michel Bastos to Juventus

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by monty junior on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:10 pm

Sorry no, there's nothing concrete but im lead to believe there it should happen over the next couple of days for around 15 million euros.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:12 pm

OK I will keep my eyes peeled Shocked

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Fernando on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:14 pm

http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/3276/serie-a/2011/06/18/2538030/juventus-close-to-signing-lyons-michel-bastos-report

£13.25m


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Post by compelling and rich on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:17 pm

real madrid been busy already signng three players, not sure i see how they are going to fit in though. i have heard that sahin has good potenial but is he going to get ahead of alonso etc

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:21 pm

It will be interesting to see the combination of Krasic and Bastos on either wing for Juve, unless they play him at left back which would be a shame

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by The Awesome Giz on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:40 pm

Malaga must have alot of cash behind them.

Are they owned by a billionaire?

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 2:45 pm

The Awesome Giz wrote:Malaga must have alot of cash behind them.

Are they owned by a billionaire?

They were bought by Qatari investor 'Abdullah ben Nasser Al Thani' in June 2010. I have no idea what his wealth is but they also spent alot in January on players like Martin Demichelis and Julio Baptista.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Derbyblue on Mon Jun 20, 2011 3:47 pm

fantantonio wrote:
Derbyblue wrote:
fantantonio wrote:Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus to Parma 3,000,000) PAL
I thought Giovinco was meant to be one of the "next big things" for Juventus, is this for full ownership or co-ownership?

Yes IMO he is quality and could easily play for Juve but they don't see it. He was on loan to Parma last season with an option to buy which I assume was 3,000,000 as the deal has been done quite quickly.
Couldn't they have kept him instead of loaning Pepe? It's a shame when talented players don't get a chance.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 3:52 pm

Derbyblue wrote:
fantantonio wrote:
Derbyblue wrote:
fantantonio wrote:Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus to Parma 3,000,000) PAL
I thought Giovinco was meant to be one of the "next big things" for Juventus, is this for full ownership or co-ownership?

Yes IMO he is quality and could easily play for Juve but they don't see it. He was on loan to Parma last season with an option to buy which I assume was 3,000,000 as the deal has been done quite quickly.
Couldn't they have kept him instead of loaning Pepe? It's a shame when talented players don't get a chance.

I agree there are quite a few players in Serie A who are loaned from big clubs despite IMO being good enough for the first team. Cavani for example was only on loan at Napoli this season with an option to buy. Now Palermo look stupid as they could have got double after the season he has had. I'm hoping more players do what Giovinco has done and tell the big clubs where to stick it if they keep loaning them out. From what I understand Juve were very keen on keeping Giovinco and offered him a new contract to come back next season but he liked Parma so much he has decided to join them permanently, it's Juve's loss.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on Mon Jun 20, 2011 3:55 pm

fantantonio wrote:
The Awesome Giz wrote:Malaga must have alot of cash behind them.

Are they owned by a billionaire?

They were bought by Qatari investor 'Abdullah ben Nasser Al Thani' in June 2010. I have no idea what his wealth is but they also spent alot in January on players like Martin Demichelis and Julio Baptista.

Heard somethin about this the other day. Bought a couple of decent players so far and were not even out of June yet.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on Mon Jun 20, 2011 3:59 pm

fantantonio wrote:
Derbyblue wrote:
fantantonio wrote:Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus to Parma 3,000,000) PAL
I thought Giovinco was meant to be one of the "next big things" for Juventus, is this for full ownership or co-ownership?

Yes IMO he is quality and could easily play for Juve but they don't see it. He was on loan to Parma last season with an option to buy which I assume was 3,000,000 as the deal has been done quite quickly.

The £3million is for 50% ownership.

http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=811955&sec=transfers&cc=5739

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by User Name on Mon Jun 20, 2011 4:23 pm

Barca have signed Sanchez

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on Mon Jun 20, 2011 4:38 pm

User Name wrote:Barca have signed Sanchez

Link?

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Unknown Brother on Mon Jun 20, 2011 4:38 pm

It's not on the Barca site

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Derbyblue on Mon Jun 20, 2011 5:01 pm

Milan have signed Stephan El Shaarawy from Genoa. http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12875_6996661,00.html

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 5:43 pm

Other European Leagues

Nemanja Matic (Chelsea to Benfica 5,000,000)
Bruno Cesar (Corinthians to Benfica 5,300,000)
Enzo Perez (Estudiantes to Benfica 2,400,000)
Ricky van Wolfswinkel (Utrecht to Sporting Lisbon 5,400,000)
Balazs Dzsudzsak (PSV to Anzhi Makhachkala 14,000,000)
Theo Janssen (FC Twente to Ajax 3,000,000)
Emmanuel Emenike (Karabukspor to Fenerbahce 9,000,000)
Serdar Kesimal (Kayserispor to Fenerbahce 4,500,000)
Dentinho (Corinthians to Shakhtar 7,500,000)
Juan Manuel Torres (San Lorenzo to Metalist ?)

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Crimey on Mon Jun 20, 2011 5:45 pm

Are the fees in pounds or Euros?

That Wolfswinkel was supposed to be a promising guy, was linked with Liverpool, £5.4 million doesn't seem a lot compared to what he was rumored to be going for to Liverpool at the time.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by monty junior on Mon Jun 20, 2011 5:52 pm

Dzudszak moving to Russia surprises me, its clearly just for the money. He's only 24, surely he could have held out to his 30s for a big payday?!

I agree about Van Wolfswinkel, they signed Schaars i think his name is from AZ too. I think Sporting are having a total clearout of the side, too big a squad for a team with such financial difficulty. Seems like Mendes will leave as his wages are too high.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Derbyblue on Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:12 pm

Dzudszak may want a new challenge, and if they sold the ambitions of the club to him well then it may not be all about the money (I still imagine money played a key part).

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Post by User Name on Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:21 pm

Soldier_Of_Fortune wrote:
User Name wrote:Barca have signed Sanchez

Link?

I t was on the SSN App, but now Udinese are saying its not true.

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Post by monty junior on Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:26 pm

Derbyblue wrote:Dzudszak may want a new challenge, and if they sold the ambitions of the club to him well then it may not be all about the money (I still imagine money played a key part).

Maybe and i know they are an ambitious team. But with some of the offers from the likes of Serie A and England i've heard about it seems pretty bizarre.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:22 pm

invincibleILeak (CL-6WF) wrote:Are the fees in pounds or Euros?

That Wolfswinkel was supposed to be a promising guy, was linked with Liverpool, £5.4 million doesn't seem a lot compared to what he was rumored to be going for to Liverpool at the time.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:25 pm

Anzhi Makhachkala have a lot of money to spend, they bought the following in the last transfer window:

Mbark Boussoufa 8,000,000 from Anderlecht
Diego Tardelli 5,000,000 from Atletico Mineiro
Jucilei 10,000,000 from Corinthians
and 37 year old Roberto Carlos on a free

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Derbyblue on Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:31 pm

Are you going to do a list for the Bundesliga?

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by AberdeenSteve on Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:32 pm

Boussoufa is fantastic player, why the hell is he plying his trade in Russia? Greedy the lot of them!

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Derbyblue on Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:36 pm

fantantonio wrote:Anzhi Makhachkala have a lot of money to spend, they bought the following in the last transfer window:

Mbark Boussoufa 8,000,000 from Anderlecht
Diego Tardelli 5,000,000 from Atletico Mineiro
Jucilei 10,000,000 from Corinthians
and 37 year old Roberto Carlos on a free
Their club president is listed as number 136 on Forbes' list of world billionaires with a reported $5.5billion.

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Post by Derbyblue on Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:42 pm

AberdeenSteve wrote:Boussoufa is fantastic player, why the hell is he plying his trade in Russia? Greedy the lot of them!
The only way a league will get a better reputation is by it having better players, and at the moment they currently have the money to sign these "fantastic players". These will help make the league more competitive and also help the teams do better in European competitions.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by monty junior on Mon Jun 20, 2011 9:52 pm

True, the thing with Russia though is that the clubs often have to pay over the odds to get the players in. It's a good league, but the climate and lifestyle isn't particularily pleasent. Hopefully this will break up the usual status quo on the European stage.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Tue Jun 21, 2011 7:53 am

Derbyblue wrote:Are you going to do a list for the Bundesliga?

Bundesliga

I Have excluded duplicates from previous leagues like Rafinha, Klose, etc.

Nils Petersen (Energie Cottbuss to Bayern Munich 2,800,000)
Manuel Neuer (Schalke to Bayern Munich 22,000,000)
Andreas Ottl (Bayern Munich to Hertha BSC Free)
Mehmet Ekici (Bayern Munich to Werder Bremen 5,000,000)
Christian Fuchs (Mainz to Schalke 3,800,000)
Peter Niemeyer (Werder Bremen to Hertha BSC 700,000)
Omer Toprak (Freiburg to Bayer Leverkusen 3,000,000)
Andre Schurrle (Mainz to Bayer Leverkusen 8,000,000)
Ikay Gundogan (Nurnberg to Borussia Dortmund 4,000,000)
Ivan Perisic (Club Brugge to Borussia Dortmund 5,500,000)
Tamas Hajnal (Borussia Dortmund to Stuttgart 1,000,000)
William Kvist (FC Kobenhavn to Stuttgart 3,500,000)
Michael Mancienne (Chelsea to HSV 2,500,000)
Patrick Ochs (Eintracht Frankfurt to VfL Wolfsburg 3,000,000)
Karim Ziani (VfL Wolfsburg to Kayserispor 2,500,000)
Grafite (VfL Wolfsburg to Al-Ahli Dubai 3,000,000)
Garra Dembele (Levski Sofia to Freiburg 2,300,000)
Tomas Pekhart (FK Jablonec to Nurnberg 2,000,000)

Again I have only included the big transfers and some players like Thorsten Frings have been released but have yet to sign with a club.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Kay Fabe on Tue Jun 21, 2011 11:05 am

Great thread mate, keep up the good work

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Thickfreakness on Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:09 pm

Malaga have signed Joaquin from Valencia for €4 million and the 29 year old has signed a three year deal.

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Post by CFCNick on Sat Jun 25, 2011 2:45 pm

Reports in Italy that Juventus have agreed personal terms with Aguero. Just wating on Juve agreeing a fee with Atletico.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jul 11, 2011 7:11 pm

Got back from Silverstone last night so I think its time for another European summer transfers update.

Serie A

Stephan El Shaarawy (Genoa to AC Milan 10,000,000)
Alexander Merkel (AC Milan to Genoa 4,000,000)
Kevin Constant (Chievo to Genoa 7,000,000)
Antonio Rosati (Lecce to Napoli 2,900,000)
Emiliano Viviano (Bologna to Inter Milan 4,100,000)
Gaetano D'Agostino (Udinese to Siena 2,500,000)
Federico Marchetti (Cagliari to Lazio 5,600,000)
Yuto Nagatomo (Cesena to Inter Milan 6,500,000)
Adrian Mutu (Fiorentina to Cesena Free)
Blerim Dzemaili (Parma to Napoli 9,000,000)
Gokhan Inler (Udinese to Napoli 17,500,000)
Manuele Blasi (Napoli to Parma 1,500,000)
Fabio Quagliarella (Napoli to Juventus 10,500,000)
Stephan Lichtsteiner (Lazio to Juventus 10,000,000)
Marco Motta (Udinese to Juventus 3,750,000)
Alessandro Matri (Cagliari to Juventus 15,500,000)
Simone Pepe (Udinese to Juventus 7,500,000)
Erik Lamela (River Plate to AS Roma 12,000,000)
Victor Obinna (Inter Milan to Lokomotiv Moscow Free)
Ricardo Alvarez (Velez to Inter Milan 11,900,000)
Abdoulay Konko (Genoa to Lazio 5,000,000)
Domenico Criscito (Genoa to Zenit 11,000,000)
Senad Lulic (BSC Young Boys to Lazio 3,000,000)
Fernando Muslera (Lazio to Galatasaray ?)
Thierry Doubai (BSC Young Boys to Udinese 2,500,000)
Ignacio Lores (Defensor to Palermo 2,800,000)
Andreas Granqvist (Groningen to Genoa 2,000,000)
Valeri Bojinov (Parma to Sporting CP 2,600,000)
Jaime Valdes (Sporting CP to Parma LOAN)

La Liga

Javier Matilla (Villarreal to Real Betis 1,350,000)
Sergio Sanchez (Sevilla to Malaga 2,800,000)
Joaquin (Valencia to Malaga 4,200,000)
Isco (Valencia to Malaga 6,000,000)
Gabi (Real Zaragoza to Atletico Madrid 3,000,000)
Pablo Sarabia (Real Madrid to Getafe 3,000,000)
Coke (Rayo Vallecano to Sevilla 1,800,000)
Raphael Varane (RC Lens to Real Madrid 10,000,000)
Pablo Piatti (Almeria to Valencia 7,500,000)
Fabio Coentrao (Benfica to Real Madrid 30,000,000)
Silvio (Sporting Braga to Atletico Madrid 8,000,000)
Derek Boateng (Getafe to Dnipro 4,875,000)
Hector Moreno (AZ Alkmaar to Espanyol 4,000,000)

Ligue 1

Alou Diarra (Bordeaux to Marseille 5,000,000)
Fernando Cavenaghi (Bordeaux to River Plate ?)
Nicolas Maurice-Belay (Sochaux to Bordeaux Free)
Landry N'Guemo (Nancy to Bordeaux Free)
Dimitri Payet (St Etienne to Lille 10,000,000)
Vincent Enyeama (Hapoel Tel-Aviv to Lille Free)
Guillermo Ochoa (America to AC Ajaccio Free)
Kevin Monnet-Pacquet (RC Lens to FC Lorient 3,000,000)
Mathieu Coutadeur (AS Monaco to FC Lorient 2,000,000)
Nicolas Nkoulou (AS Monaco to Marseille 3,500,000)
Issam Jemaa (RC Lens to AJ Auxerre 2,000,000)
Luciano Monzon (Boca Juniors to OGC Nice 2,100,000)
Sebastien Corchia (Le Mans to Sochaux 2,000,000)
Florent Sinama-Pongolle (Sporting CP to St Etienne LOAN)
Sidney Govou (Panathinaikos to Evian Free)
Alfred N'Diaye (Nancy to Bursaspor 2,800,000)
Lukman Haruna (AS Monaco to Dynamo Kiev 1,500,000)
Brown Ideye (Sochaux to Dynamo Kiev 9,000,000)

Bundesliga

Jonathan Pitriopa (HSV to Rennes 3,500,000)
Mata Jajalo (Siena to FC Koln 2,000,000)
Stanislav Sestak (VfL Bochum to Ankaragucu 2,800,000)

Other European leagues

Kleber (Atletico Miniero to FC Porto 2,400,000)
Fabian Rinaudo (Gimnasia La Plata to Sporting CP 650,000)
Andre Carrillo (Allianz Lima to Sporting CP 1,300,000)
Ljubomir Fejsa (Partizan to Olympiakos 3,000,000)
Ignacio Scocco (AEK Athens to Al-Ain 2,800,000)
Adrian Mierzejewski (Polonia to Trabzonspor 5,250,000)
Jaja (Trabzonspor to Al Ahli Dubai 5,000,000)
Umut Bulut (Tranzonspor to Toulouse 3,800,000)
Mustapha Pektemek (Genclerbirligi to Besiktas 4,000,000)
Eugene Seleznyov (Dnipro to Shakhtar 2,500,000)
Alan Patrick (Santos to Shakhtar 4,000,000)
Kolbeinn Sigthorsson (AZ Alkmaar to Ajax 4,000,000)
Demy De Zeeuw (Ajax to Spartak Moscow 6,000,000)
Dries Mertens (FC Utrecht to PSV 8,500,000)
Kevin Strootman (FC Utrecht to PSV 4,500,000)
Georginio Wijnaldum (Feyenoord to PSV 5,000,000)

I haven't repeated any from the previous update.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by Crimey on Mon Jul 11, 2011 7:23 pm

Adrian Mutu (Fiorentina to Cesena Free)

He's fallen big style.

Vincent Enyeama (Hapoel Tel-Aviv to Lille Free)

That's a good signing.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Mon Jul 11, 2011 7:28 pm

There are some crazy fees being spent, especially in Italy. Napoli have spent 49 million in preparation for the champions league.

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by fantantonio on Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:43 pm

This forum is quieter than The Emirates

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Re: European Summer Transfers so far

Post by monty junior on Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:35 am

By the time the window is shut i'd expect Juve to have spent in excess of 80 million

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