These are the last signatures that were made before closing

These are the last signatures that were made before closing

The summer transfer market 2022 in Europe’s main leagues has come to an end, after a busy final day with top-tier moves and several teams closing top-tier incorporations to deal with the ongoing campaign. It’s time to review the most important transfers of the Deadline in LaLiga, Premier League, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1.

Deadline Day’s Most Important Moves

All the highlights were in FC Barcelona in this market close. Joan Laporta and Mateu Alemany were working to offer so many variants to Xavi Hernández and to make an important cleaning. And they did not disappoint. FC Barcelona has completed the incorporation of Hector Bellerin and they closed that of Marcos Alonso, which will be announced in the next few hours. On the other hand, they closed the points of sale of Martin Braithwaite, Abde, Pierre Emerick Aubemayang and Sergiño Dest. A busy day at Camp Nou.

Another to highlight is Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea. The Blue team, which has been one of those who have invested the most in this transfer market, has closed the incorporations of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Denis Zakaria to strengthen various positions in the field. Two proper nouns that enhance all lines

A busy day in Spain

In La Liga, several teams made several interesting moves in the last hours of the market: Kenedy at Valladolid, Ilaix Moriba and Justin Kluivert at Valencia CF, Martin Braithwaite at RCD Espanyol, Johan Mojica at Villarreal, Umar Sadiq at Real Sociedad, Oriol Romeu and Paulo Gazzaniga in Girona, Jordan Amavi in ​​Getafe, Al Bilal Touré in Almería and Kasper Dolberg in Seville.

At international level, the most interesting signings were the following:

-Sergiño Dest at AC Milan

-Carlos Soler at PSG

-Manuel Akanji at Manchester City

– Martin Dubravka and Manchester United

– Willian al-Fulham

-Acerbi at Inter Milan

-Arthur Melo of Liverpool



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