Last year we saw some of the most impressive transfers in football history. Young stars appeared on the field, and some of the best players changed their teams. Some big clubs decided to attract new leads, which changed their perception of them.

We have witnessed many excellent matches, surprising results, stunning goals, and remarkable performances by the players and the teams. In short, everything a true football fan can dream of.

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Here are some of the most extensive and expensive transfers for the last few years.

Fernando Torres (2010/11)

We start with Fernando Torres. His 50 million pound move from the red of Liverpool to the Blue of Chelsea can’t be described as anything but a flop. The Spanish transfer was the biggest of the 2010-11 season ahead of his field replacement, Andy Carroll. After three and a half year period at Liverpool in which he scored 81 goals in a hundred and forty-two matches, El Nino had become one of the Premier League’s deadliest strikers. Carlo Ancelotti made a move for him, and it went through on deadline day, and as it happened, his day became against his former club, and his new side lost nil. Torres took over 15 hours to score his first goal for Chelsea, and his sole strike at Stamford Bridge that season was a sign of what was to come. 2012-13 was his most prolific campaign in London with 22 goals in 64 games in all competitions and was almost half of the 45 goals he netted in his entire time with Chelsea. In 2015 Torres moved to AC Milan on a free transfer ending his nightmare with the Blues, but he managed an average of just 8 goals a season for the rest of his career, a far cry from the heights he hit at Liverpool.

Joao Felix (2019/20)

Now presuming no fee in January will top the 126 million euros paid by ad letter code Madrid to Benfica for Felix, the most significant transfer for this 2019-20 season. It is too soon to judge how well he will perform in his athletic career. After all this time last year, he was almost entirely unknown as it was with the hiring of Bruno more significant as the Eagles coach that saw the 19-year-old get consistent game time, and boy did it. He delivers, ending the season with 15 goals, seven assists, 26 appearances, and becoming the youngest scorer in the Europa League. Diego Simeone and Atletico Madrid spent the Griezmann money on someone they anticipate as his long-term replacement at Lawanda. It’s a more competitive league shown by the twenty-year-old making just three gold contributions in nine La Liga games; then again, his new club is hardly renowned up the big numbers. But as we said, this is early in Felix’s career, and we anticipate him shooting up this list in the coming years.

Gianluigi Buffon (2001/02)

Buffon is an absolute legend. He has been the best goalkeeper in the world for the past 20 years. We are sure he will forever be one of the best in everyone’s eyes, especially if you’re an up-and-coming goalkeeper. Buffon went from Parma to Juventus in 2001 for a massive 52 million euros. He still remains the most expensive transferred goalkeeper of all time. This transfer of Gianluigi Buffon from Parma to Juventus changed the history of both clubs, and the history of football, forever.

Romelu Lukaku (2019/20)

He moved from Manchester United to Internazionale last year. His leaving was 65 million euros which is a record fee for Inter. Lukaku has played 96 games for Manchester United, scoring 42 times and assisting 13 times.

Neymar da Silva Santos Junior (2017/18)

On August 3, 2017, Barcelona announced that Neymar's representatives had paid the buyout clause of 222 million euros, thus making him accessible and able to go to PSG. This makes the Brazilian the most expensive player in history. The transfer has raised many questions as UEFA threatens that PSG could face disciplinary actions.

The situation is unusual - Barcelona received the money directly after the Spanish football league refused to accept it. Eventually, Neymar went to PSG and put on the T-shirt with the number "10".

Gareth Bale (2013/14)

Bale became the most expensive Briton after moving to Santiago Bernabeu. On September 1, 2013, the deal between Real and Tottenham was announced, and the Welshman signed a contract for 6 seasons. The Spanish press is talking about 91 million euros, while the British - about 100 million euros. After the revelations of "Football Leaks" a few years later, it became clear that Bale had jumped the barrier of 96 million euros of Cristiano Ronaldo, being the most expensive player between 2013 and 2016.

Paul Pogba (2016/17)

If the thing went differently, Manchester United would never have had to break the world transfer record to sign Paul Pogba for 90 million pounds. Move back to the Red Devils just edged out his former club. Juventus's capture of Gonzalo Higuain is the biggest signing in the 2016-17 season. We won’t bore you with the Frenchman, but Papua wants everything in Italy after moving on a free transfer back in 2012. United identified the 23-year-old as the man to bring the fans back on side after a couple of years following Fergie’s departure.

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