Phillipe Coutinho is the world's most expensive attacking midfielder. Liverpool sold him to Barcelona for 135 million Euros. Kai Havertz is the second player on the list; he was sold to Chelsea by Bayer Leverkusen for 80 million Euros. Zinedine Zidane, the third player on the list, was sold by Juventus to Real Madrid for 77.5 million Euros.
Kevin de bruyne is the fourth player on the list; he was sold by Wolfsburg to Manchester City for 76 million Euros. James is the fifth player on the list; he was signed by Real Madrid for 75 million Euros. Athletico Madrid signed Lemar for 72 million Euros. The next player on the list is Kaka, he was sold for 67 million euros by AC Milan to Real Madrid.
Oscar is the next player on the list, he was sold for 60 million Euros by Chelsea. Fernandes is the ninth player on the list, having joined Manchester United for 55 million euros from Sporting. Teixeira, who was sold by Shakhtar Donetsk for 50 million Euros, is the tenth player on the list.
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