Certified transfer to European football for next season

The 2021-22 season in Europe is barely over, and Marketplace There are already strong moves ahead of football next year on the old continent. Although International window Only open, in fact, day July 1Some teams have already anticipated and guaranteed the arrival of key players – or confirmed the departure of others.

Before the end of the first half of the year, prominent players on the market, such as Forward Sadio ManeAnnounced this Wednesday (22), or Bayern Munich player for the Forwards. Earling Holland And Darwin NewsAnnounced by Manchester City and Liverpool, respectively.

Bolavip separates all the major movements of the football market in Europe so far, the signatures between the major teams of the old continent have already closed.

Arrival confirmed

Arsenal (ING): Matt Turner (Goalkeeper, New England Revolution-USA), Fabio Vera (Attacking Midfielder, Porto-POR), Marquinhos (Forward, Sao Paulo)

Liverpool (ING): Calvin Ramsay (right back, Aberdeen-ESC), Fabio Carvalho (attacking midfielder, Fulham) and Darwin Nose (forward, Benfica-POR)

Manchester City (ING): Earling Holland (Forward, Borussia Dortmund-ALE), Seaview (Forward, Atletico-MG) and Julian Alvarez (River Plate-ARG)

Tottenham (ING): Fraser Forster (goalkeeper, Southampton-ING), Josh Kelly (goalkeeper, St. Patrick-IRL), Yves Basuma (midfielder, Brighton-ING) and Ivan Perisk (wing and forward, Inter Milan-I). TA)

Other highlights in England: Diego Carlos (defender, from Sevilla to Aston Villa), Boubacar Kumara (midfielder, from Marseille to Aston Villa), Julio Enniso (striker, Libertad-PAR to Brighton), Mark Rocca (midfielder, Byron to Leeds) Brendon Ironson (attacking midfielder, from Salzburg to Leeds) and Knife Agward (defender, from Rennes to West Ham)

Real Madrid (ESP): Antonio Rüdiger (defender, Chelsea-ING) and Aurelien Tchouaméni (midfielder, Monaco)

Atletico Madrid (ESP): Samuel Leno (Striker, Gul Vicente-POR)

Real Beats (ESP): Louis Henrique (Striker, Fluminense)

Bayern Munich (ALE): Nosir Mazrawi (right behind, Ajax-HOL), Ryan Gravenberg (midfielder, Ajax-HOL) and Sadio Mane (forward, Liverpool-ING)

Borussia Dortmund (ALE): Alexander Meyer (goalkeeper, John Regensburg-ALE), Nicolas Sole (defender, Bayern Munich), Nico Schlutter Beck (defender, Freiburg), Saleh Ozkan (midfielder, Cologne-ALE) and Karim Adimi (forward, Salzburg) -AUT)

RB Leipzig (ALE): Xaver Schlager (Midfielder, Wolfsburg-ALE)

Bayer Leverkusen (ALE): Adam Halozek (Striker, Sparta Prague-TCH)

Eintracht Frankfurt (ALE): Christine Jack (midfielder, Dinamo Zagreb-CRO), Mario Gotze (midfielder, PSV-HOL) and Randall Kolo Mivani (forward, Nantes-FRA)

Rome (ITA): Nemanja Matic (Midfielder, Manchester United-ING)

Lyon (FRA): Alexander Lacazette (Forward, Arsenal-ING)

Benfica (POR): Mihailo Ristic (left, Montpellier-FRA), David Nairs (forward, Shakhtar Donetsk-UCR) and Petar Musa (forward, Boavista-POR)


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