Every club always wants a game changer in their team. This is to ensure that the club improves in its performance. These are the top 5 new signings who were signed as saviours for these top European clubs.
1. Dries Martens - The Belgian striker joined Galatasaray from Napoli in the 2022 summer transfer window.
2. Robert Lewandowski - The Polish striker joined Barcelona from Bayern Munich for €45 Million. He has been brought in to help in winning the 2022/2023 La Liga tittle and competing for the UEFA Champions League by scoring more goals.
3. Paulo Dybala - The Argentine forward joined Roma as a free agent from Juventus. He has joined the club managed by Jose Mourinho to help in competing for the Serie A and Europa League tittles in the 2022/2023 season.
4. Alexis Sanchez - The Chilean forward joined Olympique Marseille from Inter Milan in the 2022 summer transfer window. He is is expected to improve the attacking force of the team.
5. Isco - The Spanish attacking midfielder joined Sevilla from Real Madrid in the 2022 summer transfer window.
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