The European soccer summer transfer window is ongoing. There are already some big names making their move to a new continent. Also, the transfer window for teams in Scotland and England started June 14. However, clubs cannot sign players from overseas until the international window begins on July 1. In addition, the window closes on September 1.
According to bookie pay per head sources, a new region is attracting top soccer players from across the globe. Teams from Saudi Arabia are tempting big names from Europe to move to the Middle East for a large paycheck. Also, it came after Cristiano Ronaldo moved to Al Nassr in December 2022.
Here are some of the most significant moves during the current transfer window.
Summer Transfer Window So Far
Karim Benzema has agreed to join Al-Ittihad after his contract with Real Madrid ends, marking the Saudi Pro League’s first significant summer signing. SportsBettingSolutionAsia.com cites that the deal’s value is north of €100m ($106.89m).
Reports indicate that Real Madrid paid Borussia Dortmund €103 million ($110.4 million) to sign Jude Bellingham, making him the most highly sought-after player in soccer this summer.
After his contract with Chelsea expired at the end of June, the all-action midfielder N’Golo Kanté, who has been justly lauded as one of the finest midfielders of his age, joined Benzema at Al-Ittihad on a free transfer.
Chrisopher Nkunku has been one of RB Leipzig’s most intriguing strikers since he arrived from Paris Saint-Germain three years ago. The Frenchman had a phenomenal 2021–2022 campaign, finishing with 35 goals (seven in six Champions League games) and 16 assists. In the following season, 2022–2023, Nkunku scored 23 goals again to help Leipzig win the German Cup.
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