The Premier League’s transfer window is still on due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of lasting from June 10 to September 1, it now lasts from July 27 to October 5. Even though there are a couple of weeks left till the window closes, there’re already several loud transfers that well talk about bellow.
Timo Werner goes to Chelsea
The 24-year old forward has agreed on several issues regarding his contract with RB Leipzig. As far as we know he will stay there until the end of the current Bundesliga season. After four fantastic years, as was said by Werner, he thanked the team and expressed the desire to sign the contract with Chelsea. The 5-year deal was signed in the middle of June and the transfer fee for this fast-track German with 26 goals in 32 matches was equal to £47.5 million in the legendary English club.
Liverpool gathering powers
Here’s some fresh news. Liverpool fans have been waiting for a long time for the Reds to finally, announce the transfer of Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich for
£20 million, plus £5 million of possible add-ons in the future. A day later Premier League champion signed a deal for the Portuguese prodigy Diogo Jota for another £41 million. It seems like the Reds are not going to give up on their championship next year because they’ve added these two extra-efficient players to their arsenal.
Gareth Bale coming back home
Let’s end with the transfers. There’s one loan deal that stands out against all the others. Gareth Bale was transferred to Real Madrid some 7 years ago for then record £85 million. Now he’s obtained a chance to return home for 1 year with what he’s learned out there.
As for the fees, Tottenham Spurs are going to pay 40% of Bale
s £600 hundred-a-week-before-tax salary, with the chance of extending the deal to more than the single 20/21 season, Now Bale will have an opportunity to increase his goal count for the Spurs from the 42 he scored over the five years in the club.
Here’re the loudest Premier League transfers this year. Don`t hesitate to add your own opinions of who might also join the list and might slightly tip the balance of power in European soccer which is always an interesting thing to observe.
Which transfer do you think will be the most successful?