There have been different player transfers from different clubs in the transfer window this summer because many clubs needs to strengthen their teams. The transfers for different players entails different fee offers for the players depending how the clubs board of management decides to sell their player.
In this article we're going to look at the different done deals this Summer. Summarily, the discussion will be based on, the done deals for players like; Sergio Aguero, David Alaba and Ibrahima Konate amongst others.
From Man City To Barcelona (Free).
Barcelona made their first major signing of the summer on May 31st, as Sergio Ageuro signed a two year deal with them until 2023 with a buyout clause at €100m.
Transfered from Bayern Munich To Real Madrid (Free).
David Olatukunbo Alaba is an Austrian professional footballer who plays for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Austria national team.
Real Madrid however, signed a 5 year deal with Alaba on May 28, on a free transfer this summer. Alaba is meant to replace Sergio Ramos or Raphael Varane if either leaves Madrid this summer.
Transfered from RB Leipzig To Liverpool (40m).
Ibrahima Konate is a French professional footballer who played as a centre-back for Bundesliga club RB Leipzig and the France U21 national team.The 22 year-old French International was officially signed to Liverpool in May from German side, RB Leipzig for a fee of €40m.
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