Top 10 Most Expensive Departures In SL Benfica’s History

Top 10 Most Expensive Departures In SL Benfica's History
Top 10 Most Expensive Departures In SL Benfica's History

Here are the top 10 most expensive departures in SL Benfica’s history

Can you guess who is the most expensive departure in SL Benfica’s history? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best players in the world, that is, their all-time market value stats.

This article will tell you about SL Benfica’s incredible transfer business as they keep making money with their superstar players.

Most Expensive Departures

  1. Joao Felix – €127.2m
  2. Darwin Núñez – €75m
  3. Ruben Dias – €68m
  4. Ederson – €40m
  5. Axel Witsel – €40m
  6. Jimenez – €38m
  7. Nelson Semedo – €35.7m
  8. Victor Lindelof – €35m
  9. Renato Sanches – €35m
  10. Angel Di Maria – €33m

In 2019, Atletico Madrid signed Joao Felix for a fee of €127.2 million that made him the fourth most valuable singing in football history. He

Liverpool recently signed Darwin Nunez from the Portuguese club for a total of €75 million. Let us tell you that the Nunez scored three goals in the quarter-final second leg of 2021/22 UEFA Champions League.

Jurgen Klopp is now looking forward to build an ultimate attacking trio just like he did with Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino. Mane will leave the club at the end of the season so Klopp is trying to sign a striker.

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The German manager has worked with Robert Lewandowski before when the Polish striker used to score goals for Borussia Dortmund. Klopp is now trying to talk to Lewa since he wants to strengthen the attack.

“He released that striker’s instinct in me,” the Poland international once said. “I didn’t know that I still had so much potential inside of me. He saw something in me that I couldn’t see.

“He taught me so much. When I arrived at Dortmund, I wanted to do everything quickly: strong pass, one touch only. Jurgen showed me to calm down – to take two touches if necessary. It was totally against my nature, but soon I was scoring more goals.

“When I had that down, he challenged me to speed it up again. One touch, bang, goal. He slowed me down to speed me up. It sounds simple, but it was genius, really.”