Top 5 Most Expensive Football Transfers after the Covid-19 pandemic

The onset of the global pandemic has shocked the world to its core. Various segments have been affected, Football being no exception to the same. The clubs didn’t have a good time in the financial sector. Let us take a look at some of the most expensive transfers since the deadly virus has broken into people’s lives.

1: Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund to Man United)- 85 million Euros

Manchester United signed Sancho at a massive cost of 85 million euros. The young star was splendid during his days at Borussia Dortmund in all four seasons. He is going to play a crucial role if the Red Devils are to compete for the 2021/22 trophies.

2: Kai Havertz (Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea)- 80 million Euros

Chelsea bought the 22-year-old German star for 80 million euros in 2020. Havertz is yet to adjust fully to his new club. He has scored nine goals throughout the season, however, the most significant one came in the Champions Trophy final that helped his team win the game.

3: Arthur Melo (Barcelona to Juventus)- 72 million euros

Arthur Melo was transferred from Barcelona to Juventus in 2020. The deal was finalized at 72 million euros with Miralem Pjanic moving to the opposite club. Melo did not have a great time though, making only 32 appearances in his debut season.

4: Victor Osimhen (Lille to Napoli)- 72 million euros

Napoli signed the Nigerian star Victor Osimhen from Lille for 72 million euros. Though the season didn’t seem to suit Osimhen well as he faced injury issues and also tested positive of covid 19. He scored 10 goals and fans have high hopes for the upcoming season.

5: Ruben Dias ( Benfica to Manchester City)- 68 million euros

Ruben Dias signed the contract with Manchester City for 68 million euros. The Portuguese star had an amazing season with his remarkable performance as a defender, guiding his team to win the title. His sensational presentation earned FWA Footballer of the Year and Premier League Player of the Season.

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