We’ve gathered best top 6 deadline day transfer made by some clubs in Europe.
Those who had joined to make a great impact for their various clubs.
Top 6 deadline day transfer
- Edinson Cavani
- Thomas Partey
- Amad Traore
- Douglas Costa
- Alex Telles
- Gabriel Magalhaes
Manchester United signed Edinson Cavani on a free transfer. The 33-year old has joined on a one-year deal, with an option to increase if he performs well.
As for SportVectru he’s a great addition for me Manchester United because checking his performance – Most goals scored in Europe’s top five leagues in the 2010s:
Lionel Messi (369)
Cristiano Ronaldo (335)
Edinson Cavani (223)
Arsenal have signed Thomas Partey from Atlético Madrid for €50m.
Thomas Partey has penned a four-year contract at Arsenal worth around £260,000-a-week.
Great addition for Arsenal also, check his performance – Thomas Partey has won 628 out of his 1023 duels (61,4%) in LaLiga since 2017/2018 season, more % than any other midfielder in the competition with at least 50 games played. Demanded.
Manchester United have completed the Deadline Day signing of Porto left-back Alex Telles for a fee of £15.4m.
The 27-year-old has signed a contract until June 2024, with the option of a further year.
Most penalties scored in the Primeira Liga since the start of the 2017-18 season
Penalties scored: Alex Telles (14) Bruno (12)
Man Utd are spoilt for choice
Bayern Munich have announced yesterday the return of Douglas Costa on loan from Juventus and the signing of former Paris Saint-Germain striker Eric Choupo-Moting.
Before he went to Juventus he has played 77 competitive matches for Bayern from 2015 until 2017, scoring 14 goals and assisting 18. And now he’s comeback.
Manchester United has confirmed the signing of 18-year-old winger Amad Diallo Traore for a deal rising to €41 million (£37m/$48m). And it was said to join the club in January.
Despite his age, he is expected to go straight into the first-team squad when he finally arrives at the club in January.
Arsenal’s biggest splash came on deadline day with the long-rumored arrival of Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid, and though the Ghanaian will immediately improve the team (if not entirely fix the midfield on his own), it’s the Brazilian center-back who could ultimately prove the more crucial signing.
Gabriel has settled well and, assuming he continues to develop steadily, should be a cornerstone of the Gunners’ backline for many years.