Five of the most interesting deals in Europe’s top leagues so far this summer – Soccer Sports

Premier League clubs are once again expected to be the biggest spenders of the transfer period, and haven’t wasted time this summer to bend their finances.

However, clubs across Europe are quietly doing their own business to improve, and there are already some eye-catching additions across the continent.

This summer, we have selected five of the most interesting deals in the major European leagues so far.

Ryan Graphene Berch

Bayern Munich from Ajax – € 18.5 million

Bayern Munich continued to dominate the German football world, achieving the Bundesliga’s 10th straight victory in the 2021/22 campaign.

To evolve, the German champion moved swiftly in the transfer window this summer, raiding Ajax and signing both Noussair Mazraoui and Ryan Gravenberch.

Mazlawi has signed a free transfer and aims to maintain his right-back position in Bayern, but the most exciting part of the Allianz Arena is the Graphene Berch signature.

This 20-year-old is considered one of the most exciting talents in Dutch football, has been shining since its introduction from the Ajax Academy system, has appeared in Amsterdam costumes for over a century, and has three Eredivisie. I have won the title.

Established as a complete Dutch international with 10 senior caps, he is likened to Paul Pogba for his combination of athletic and technical skills in the midfield.

Bayern has secured the signature of one of Europe’s most coveted young players at a discount of only € 18.5 million (£ 16 million). ..

Karim Adeyemi

Borussia Dortmund from Red Bull Salzburg – € 38 million

The inevitable exit of Erling Blaut means Borussia Dortmund will always be on the market for this summer’s forward, and one of Europe’s most run clubs has signed a deal with Karim Adeyemi. I didn’t waste my time doing it.

Adeemi is the latest and most exciting young man in Red Bull Salzburg, and the Austrian champion has become a top talent production line in recent seasons.

The 20-year-old has scored 25 goals in 39 games in all tournaments, including a breakout campaign in 2021/22, winning three nets in the Champions League in Salzburg.

Capped four times for Germany at the senior level, he leaves the Bavarian Munich academy system as a teenager before returning to his hometown to prove.

He wants to follow in the footsteps of Harland, the man he replaced, to have an immediate impact after replacing Salzburg with the Westfaren Stadion.

Aurélien Tchameni

Monaco to Real Madrid – 100 million euros

Real Madrid won the deal with Aurélien Tchoemeni in Monaco and landed one of Europe’s most exciting young midfielders ahead of the interests of Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain.

Chuameni will be the second major signature of the European Champion’s transfer window, following Antonio Rudiger’s free transfer from Chelsea.

Carlo Ancelotti’s team has invested around € 100 million to secure the signature of the 22-year-old player. This player is tasked with evolving Real Madrid’s midfield with his compatriot Eduardo Camavinga after a trio of Casemiro, who won the Champions League multiple times. , Toni Kroos and Luka Modric.

Tchoameni has starred since joining Monaco from Bordeaux two seasons ago and was named the League One Young Player of the Year following a glorious campaign in 2020/21.

The midfielder was named Team of the Year last season as the centerpiece of Didier Deschamps’ plans with France, despite fierce competition for a place in the engine room of Les Bruces. I was impressed again.

Adam Hložek

From Sparta Prague to Bayer Leverkusen – 13 million euros

European elite clubs have been monitoring Adam Hložek’s progress in recent seasons, and the Czech forward has emerged as one of his country’s brightest prospects.

Hložek made his youngest league debut in Sparta Prague at the age of only 16 in 2018 and ended up as a co-top scorer in the division with 15 goals, despite missing a major period of injury during the 2020/21 campaign. did.

The 19-year-old has already accumulated 132 games at club level, scored 40 goals and provided 36 assists. The multifunctional forward is comfortable on both sides or as a support striker, and he wants to link with his compatriot Patrik Schick at Leverkusen.

He provided 23 goals of involvement (9G, 15A) in 33 league games last season, and Leverkusen sporting director Simon Rolfes signed a talent that could increase the threat of attacks to his team. I believe I have secured it.

“He’s a player who can come from the wings and as a striker hanging from a central position and create a big goal threat,” Rolfes said. Athletic..

“His versatility, power, and above all, his finish power gives us more possibilities for variation in our aggressive games.”

Danilo Pereira

Ajax to Feyenoord – Free

Danilo Pereira’s prolific record at Jong Ajax cannot provide a sustainable run on the senior side of Ajax as the Brazilians decide to leave the Johan Cruijff Arena this summer. was.

The 23-year-old scored 17 league goals with a successful loan at FC Twente in 2020/21, but Sebastien Haller’s presence makes it difficult to navigate when returning to Ajax this season. It turned out to be an obstacle.

Pereira made only 13 league appearances last season, only one of which came from the start and scored two goals in Ajax, but added another six goals in just two starts in the KNVB Cup.

Despite that record, he was unable to win support under Erik Ten Hag and signed a fierce rival Feyenoord prior to the 2022/23 campaign and set off with a free transfer.

Rotterdam’s outfit finished third last season after Ajax and PSV Eindhoven, hoping that Danilo’s presence will help close the gap with his front line. He is unlikely to receive a warm welcome when he returns to Amsterdam.

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