Kenyan sensational forward, Michael Olunga, has been involved in the final list of the top twenty most expensive transfers made across the entire world of sports in the month of January this year.
According to the reports from the world sports journalist Angelo Mangiante, the Manchester United new signing Amad Diallo has taken position one in his move from Atalanta at a fee of €21 million as Olunga takes position eighteen in his move from Kashiwa-Reysol to Al-Duhail at a reported transfer fee of €6 million.
Below is the full list of the top twenty most expensive transfers made across the world of football in the month of January;
1. Amad Diallo
Diallo moved from Atalanta to Manchester United this January even after the deal got completed some months back.
He got signed into the club at a transfer fee of €21 million with a bonus of €20 million.
Positions six to ten are taken by; Paulinho, Morgan Sanson, Pedro, Jeremie Frimpong and Carlos Fernandes. As positions eleven to fifteen are taken by Kouadio Kone, Juan Fernando, Filip Strevanovic, Alejandro Gomez and Franco Tongya in that order.
Ifran Can and Lucas Verissimo takes position sixteen and seventeen as Kenyan Michael Olunga takes position eighteen in the list.
Brenden Aaronson and McKenzie closes the chapter as they takes position nineteen and twenty respectively.
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