Top 10 Most Expensive Transfers On Deadline Days

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Here we show you some of the most expensive transfers on deadline days

Can you guess for how much did Wolfsburg sign Julian Draxler in 2015/16 season? We have gathered some information on the most expensive players in the world, that is, their all time market value stats.

This article will tell you about some of the most expensive deals made on deadline days.

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Most Expensive Transfers

  1. Gareth Bale – €101m
  2. Thomas Partey – €50m
  3. Julian Draxler – €43m
  4. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – €38m
  5. Danny Drinkwater – €37.9m
  6. David Luiz – €35m
  7. Moussa Sissoko – €35m
  8. Islam Slimani – €31m
  9. Eduardo Camavinga – €31m
  10. Nikola Vlasic – €30m

In 2011, Real Madrid signed Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur as one of the most expensive and successful transfers in football history. After that, he went on winning a number of titles with the club including five UEFA Champions League titles.

This season, Thomas Partey and Eduardo Camanvinga became one of the most expensive deadline day signings. Arsenal signed Partey for €50 million whereas Camavinga signed a deal with Real Madrid at the end of winter transfer window.

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In 2015, Julian Draxler made a move from FC Schalke to Wolfsburg for a total transfer fee of €43 million. He has been signed by Benfica recently since PSG accepted a €18 million deal with the Portuguese club.

“I’m very happy to be here, to play in front of you guys as soon as possible,” Draxler said in a brief message to Benfica fans on Twitter.

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