The departure of João Cancelo from City to Bayern, that of Sabitzer from Bayern to United, the arrival of Spanish international Diego Llorente to Roma, that of Pedro Porro from Sporting de Portugal to Tottenham and Héctor Bellerín from Barcelona to his own Sporting de Portugal were some of the most important operations on the last day of the winter market, marked by the voracity of the English Premier League.
On the horn, in addition, up to four very interesting efforts were completed.
They were the agreement for the transfer of Enzo Fernández to Chelsea from Benfica (120 million euros), the arrival at Arsenal of Jorginho, from Chelsea, as well as the double operation of Atlético, which sold the central defender Felipe to Nottingham and signed Doherty , Irish winger who arrives free after terminating his contract with Tottenham.
The day also experienced the bizarre situation of Isco, who traveled to Berlin to sign for Union Berlin without the operation being closed.
"The limits have been exceeded," said the German club.
Isco left Sevilla on December 21 and, for the moment, remains unemployed.
However, the man from Malaga could sign for any club with the market closed as he is unemployed.
Other notable signings were those of Bryan Gil and Pape Gueye for Sevilla.
The two arrive on loan from Tottenham and Marseille, respectively.
Cádiz, for their part, brought in Escalante, on loan from Lazio;
Roger Martí, from Elche;
Meré, on loan from Colonia and Sergi Guardiola, from Valladolid.
Valladolid himself took Hongla, a central defender on loan from Verona, while Morlanes joined Mallorca from Villarreal.
Betis signed Ayoze, a Spanish striker from Leicester, and Celta signed Seferovic, on loan from Benfica.
In addition, Espanyol took over the services of midfielder Gragera, from Sporting de Gijón.
The Premier has once again surpassed its spending record in the winter market with an investment that will exceed 700 million euros.
The Chelsea thing has been a real madness.
The London team have signed more than any other club in the English league.
It has been that of Enzo Fernández for 120 million euros to Benfica.
But the operations carried out by the Ukrainian striker Mykhailo Mudryk, bought from Shakhtar Donetsk for about 100 million, are still striking);
that of the Portuguese Joao Félix, who arrived on loan from Atlético de Madrid;
that of the extreme of PSV Eindhoven Noni Madueke and that of the French defender Benoit Badiashile, from Monaco.
In addition, Chelsea have allowed themselves the luxury of spending 35 million euros on the young French promise Malo Gusto, although the 19-year-old right-back will end this campaign with Lyon.
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