Football has been the number one sport in the world for many years. It is the most popular sport first in Europe and then all over the world. This sport is followed by both men and women of all age groups. The big sports competitions that are followed in the circle of loved ones and friends are eagerly awaited, but unfortunately at one point this one, like any other sport, paused. For a short time, football was at a standstill in this period in which the world is ruled by a world pandemic with a new virus. This sport has gone through many changes in recent months in terms of its organization but continued to play and broadcast matches for loyal football fans. The changes were also present in terms of football teams, especially those in Europe.
The summer was a period full of speculation about possible transfers, changes in contracts, and additions or eliminations in the teams. Club budgets were significantly reduced as a result of the global pandemic, but that did not stop the management from making changes to the teams. Over the past summer months, many successful transfers have been signed globally. We have witnessed many surprising changes in the players’ contracts, league changes, but there have also been transfers from one club to another.
In the continuation of this article we will analyze the best and most interesting football transfers in football before the start of the new playing season:
1. Kai Havertz moved from Bayern Leverkusen to Chelsea
One of the biggest bits of business over the summer and one of the most highly anticipated was Kai Havertz joining Chelsea from Bayer Leverkusen for a reported £72 million. Many Bundesliga experts have touted Havertz to be the biggest thing coming out of German league at the moment and for him to be at the forefront of the new German revolution in football. Agile but strong, direct and a sight for goal is everything that Frank Lampard will want in his number 10 and he certainly is one of the most exciting signings of the summer.
2. Leroy Sane left the English league and joined the German league
Next on our list and staying with the German theme but in this instance is going in the opposite direction as Leroy Sane has left Manchester City and joined German giants Bayern Munich. Sane lit the Premier League on fire when City last won the Premier League but since then has struggled with injury and to regain his place in Pep Guardiola’s side since then. It has been rumoured for a while that he would be going to Munich and he certainly does strengthen the already strong Munich from three.
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3. Arthur Melo replaced Barcelona with Juventus
Next signing in which has excited fans around the world is of Brazilian midfielder Arthur leaving Barcelona for £64 million and joining the Italian champions Juventus is what seems to be a very good bit of business for the Old Lady’s with Miralem Pjanic going in the opposite direction. Juventus are getting the younger and fresher man with a higher ceiling due to him being only 23-years old; we certainly excited to see how he will adapt to the Seria A.
4. Victor Osimhen transferred from Lille to Napoli
The 21-year-old Nigerian player did not make a surprise this season. He changed his home club again by signing a contract with his next club Napoli from Italy. He left behind his French home club Lille for a sum of 70 million euros. His high price and frequent transfers are a result of his great talent in sports. The contract with Napoli has been signed for this season, but whether it will remain like that or will undergo new changes in the next season remains to be seen next year.
5. Ruben Diaz has canceled his long-term love with Benfica for Manchester City
Portuguese footballer Ruben Dias, after many years spent in a Portuguese club, moves to England to play. After ten years in Benfica, he leaves his home club and transfers to Manchester United for a sum of 68 million euros. But still, the memories of Benfica remain, where are his beginnings. From the beginning, he played in all the youth teams of Benfica, and in the end, he proudly played for the first team of this prestigious club. For him, obviously, after many years, the Portuguese league is no longer as attractive as the English league. Whether this 23-year-old footballer will continue to be a sweet bite for European clubs will remain to be seen in the future.
Looking at the new engagements of the best football players, we were reminded of their old engagements of the football players. How nostalgic all this looks… We all miss the old way of functioning. We will have to forget about the traditional going to matches for a while. We hope that the situation with the virus will slowly start to calm down and that we will all slowly return to the stands to cheer on our favorite players. The audience is what the teams miss the most when they are on the green. The complete feeling will be achieved when we give each other mutual support in the stadiums during the matches.
The football world remains attractive to everyone. His proactive nature will remain so in the future, we believe. Ahead of us is a new exciting football season on a global scale. The new football season in European competitions such as the Champions League, Europa League will be especially interesting, and the national football leagues will not be less interesting either. The outcome of this season will assume new football transfers next summer. It is up to us to take our favorite snacks, our favorite beer and enjoy in front of the TV screens during this football season.