Checkout Winter Transfer Window Combined Xi For Each Position
By Football-Stats | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 4758 views
Transfer window shut yesterday and we saw a lot of money spent. Kabak is the most Expensive player on transfer deadline day. He signed for 25 million euros. Other players who made the top ten list of the most Expensive transfer on deadline day includes Mustafi, mandragora, King, Rodriguez, Paulinho, Willock, Maitland Niles, Fernandes and Todibo. The image below depicts Winter transfer Window combined Xi for each position.
Midfielders: Martin Odegaard, Gomes, Amad Diallo and Szoboszlai.
The image Below shows how liverpool could lineup with their two new signings Kabak and Davies.
However, there are some deals that failed to pull through and they include Amine Hart move to Paris saint German. idirssa Gueye's move to Newcastle and Duje Caleta's move to Liverpool. Dele Alli Move to Paris saint German failed while Hertha Berlin couldn't sign Milot Rashica.
Which deal would be completed in the summer transfer window? Drop your comments below.
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