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La Liga biggest transfers 2022-23
La Liga: Will the debts prevent them from entering the transfer market?
The transfer markets opened their windows and the continent's top players began to compete over the trump cards to stick to them during this season, and despite the impact of European clubs in general and La Liga in particular by the Corona pandemic, where LaLiga debts amounted to 1.35 billion euros, of which 673 million are owed to banks, but the round witch continues to lure the latter to spend huge amounts of money to strengthen their ranks in summer edition 2022
After failing to attract the Norwegian striker and the French jewel, what is the Los Blancos next move?
Real Madrid have had a season full of repeated successes over the past period where they managed to win La Liga, and then managed to regain their favorite Champions League title for the fourteenth time in their history. However, his attempt to sign Erling Halland and Kylian Mbappe failed, but the club did not stand idly by, he changed direction to make his first summer deal with German centre-back Antonio Rudiger coming from Chelsea on a free transfer for 4 years, and Real beat Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United to be able to complete a high-caliber deal with former Monaco star Aurelin Chuamini for the next six seasons for 80 €1 million for the signing of the young midfielder, with another €20 million paid as variables related to the player's performance
How did the Blaugrana manage to enter the summer Mercato despite the crisis?
Unlike Real Madrid, FC Barcelona did not win any title last season either domestically or Europeanly, as the Blaugrana team went through one of its worst seasons ever under the leadership of its coach Xavi, after the departure of its first star Lionel Messi at the beginning of the season affected by the economic crisis, which clearly affected the return of the team and in an attempt to save the season and avoid another season of failure to compete for titles, Barcelona made strong deals in the winter transfer period except It did not do the trick to return with the opening of the Mercato Summer, where it sold 10 percent of the broadcasting rights to ensure a capital gain of a total of €267 million that allowed it to participate in the summer transfer market.
The Catalan club opened its first deal by signing rising Spanish talent Pablo Touré 19 years old for €5 million plus €20 million as a potential financial reward. Barcelona are still expanding their interest in signing Brazilian players by signing young international winger Rafinha from Leeds United for €58 million, plus €10 million in variables, and have also managed to bring in Polish striker Robert Lewandowski for €50 million under a three-season extendable contract, with a salary of €9 million per year. To alleviate the economic crisis, the club has signed a free transfer deal with players Frank Kissier from Milan and Andreas Christensen from Chelsea and the giant club still aspires to include Jules Conde and Bernardo Silva, before the transfer window closes.
Are Atlético Madrid's deals enough to get them back on the track of competition for titles this season?
After a disappointing zero-sum season for Atlético Madrid, the Spanish giant is seeking to strengthen its ranks in order to return to compete with rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona for championships again during the ongoing summer transfer market, and the club began its first deals by signing Belgian midfielder Axel Wetzel, replacing Hector Herrera on a one-season free transfer, after the end of his contract with Borussia Dortmund, and also signed Brazilian winger Samuel Leno coming from Portuguese club Gilles Vicente, For €6.5 million in a five-year period. Diego Simeone's plans were also to get a number of players back from loan to remake his team, so players Morata and Saul Niguez joined Atlético again.
Here are the rest of the La Liga transfers:
Real Sociedad Transfers:
Mohamed Ali Shaw coming from Angers for 12 million Euros
Brais Mendez from Celta Vigo for €15 million
Takefusa Kubo from Real Madrid for €6.5 million
Real Betis Transfers:
Willian José from Real Sociedad for €8.5 million
Luis Henrique from Fluminense for €12.6 million
Luiz Felipe from Lazio on a free transfer
Marcãocoming from Galatasaray for €12 million
José Luis Morales coming from Levante on a free transfer
Pepy Reina from Lazio on a free transfer
Athletic Bilbao Transfers:
Gorka Guruzeta from Amorepeta in a free transfer deal
Hugo Duro coming from Getafe for €4 million
Samo Castillejo from Milan on a free transfer
Robin Pena from Villarreal on a free transfer
Aitor Fernandez from Levante on a free transfer
Ezequiel Bonse coming from Spartak Moscow for €4 million
Celta Vigo Transfers:
Willion Swedberg from Hammarby for €5 million
Luca de la Torre from Heracles Almelo for €2.5 million
Oscar Rodriguez from Seville (loan)
Brian Olivan from Real Mallorca on a free transfer
Joselo from Alavés (loan)
Tony Fellina from Krasnodar for €12 million
Benjamin Lecomte from Monaco (loan)
Vinicius Souza from Lommel (loan)