Transfer News

Mexico's Hector Moreno Joins Al-Gharafa In Qatar

El Tri star Hector Moreno has made a switch from Real Sociedad to Al-Gharafa in Qatar. The Mexican defender has called an end to his European adventure at the age of 31. 

Moreno is arguably one of Mexico’s most consistent players over the years and has been an ever-present figure with El Tri. 

Recently proving his ability at the top by playing in Mexico’s successful 2019 Gold Cup run, he almost missed it due to injury but he ended up being able to play and helped lead the team to top the United States in the final. 

Gareth Bale's Goal, Missed Penalty Is His Real Madrid Career In A Nutshell

Gareth Bale has been linked with an imminent move away from Real Madrid in recent days. Zinedine Zidane called Bale out in a press conference only to later deny his comments were disrespectful.

Yet, Bale still managed to both play and have an impact in Los Blanco's International Champions Cup match against Arsenal on Tuesday.

Edson Alvarez Becomes Latest El Tri Star To Move To Netherlands

Edson Alvarez is indeed heading to Ajax.

The Mexico International has just made his long-talked-about transfer to the Dutch league. 

Spurs May Steal Wunderkind Right From Under Arsenal's Nose

It appears that Arsenal’s summer is going from bad to worse. The club has reportedly been working all transfer window on a deal with Saint-Etienne for 18 year-old center back William Saliba, a player with massive potential who would serve as a replacement for an aging and unhappy Laurent Koscielny.

La Liga Has Already Spent Over $1 Billion Just Two Weeks Into The Transfer Window

The Premier League isn’t the only competition with deep pockets. La Liga has smashed its transfer spending record just two weeks into the summer transfer window, having already spent $1.13 billion. The previous record of $1 billion was set in 2018, with high potential players such as Thomas Lemar, Malcolm and Vinicius Junior all being sold for over 40 million to Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, and Real Madrid, respectively.

Antoine Griezmann’s Contract Moves Barcelona To The Top Of Europe’s Wage Bill

Following his $135 million transfer from Atlético Madrid to Barcelona, Antoine Griezmann became the fifth-most expensive footballer of all-time. The 28-year-old Frenchman immediately put pen to paper on a five-year contract at the Camp Nou that includes an astronomical release clause of $900 million.

Barcelona Announces Antoine Griezmann As Atlético Madrid Disputes Astronomical Fee

Barcelona activated Atlético Madrid’s release clause for Antoine Griezmann worth $135 million (€120 million) and signed him to a five-year contract with a release clause of $900 million, announcing the signing on Friday. The Griezmann transfer fee is the fourth-highest of all time behind only Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and João Felix, but Atlético thinks it should be higher.

Manchester City Set To Break Transfer Record With $78 Million For Rodri

Manchester City looks to be wrapping up its first signing of the summer.

With a few players that are starting to age, Pep Guardiola has been looking for immediate replacements. Fernandinho, arguably one of City’s most important players in the past few years, is 34 years old. While he still has a lot to give for Manchester City, he isn’t as young and spry as he used to be.

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