In football selling mistake occurs when a club sells one of its player at a price lower than the one they used to sign him. Here are the 5 selling mistakes made by these top European clubs in recent years.
1. Paul Pogba - Manchester United signed the French central midfielder from Juventus in 2016 for €105 Million. They let him leave as a free agent in 2022 after his contract expired.
2. Philippe Coutinho - They signed the Brazilian attacking midfielder in 2018 for €135 Million. They sold him to Aston Villa in the 2022 summer transfer window for €20 Million. This means that they lost €115 Million.
3. Antoine Griezmann - Barcelona signed him in 2019 from Atletico Madrid for €120 Million. They sold him to Atletico Madrid in 2022 summer transfer window for €20 Million.
4. Timo Werner - The German forward was signed by Chelsea from RB Leipzig for €53 Million. He rejoined RB Leipzig in 2022 for €20 Million.
5. Fernando Torres - Chelsea signed the Spanish striker from Liverpool for €58.5 Million then sold him for only €1 Million.
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