Transfer News: Managers keep up the ante amid corona effect


It is that time of the year when managers look for new signings to boost their team ahead of the next season.

The effect of corona is not just limited to health but financial scare too. This time many big teams will look to hold upon some cash in their hand. During these tough time not every club is ready to spend large chunk of cash. Though that doesn’t mean that we won’t see much transfers happening actually many teams have deals done already.

Sane joins Bayern Munich

Done Deals: 

  1. Leroy Sane from Manchester City to Bayern Munich for £54.8m. (£44.7m Upfront and rest as additional bonus)

2. Timo Werner from RB Leipzig to Chelsea for £48m

LEIPZIG, GERMANY – JANUARY 18: Timo Werner of RB Leipzig celebrates after scoring his team’s first goal during the Bundesliga match between RB Leipzig and 1. FC Union Berlin at Red Bull Arena on January 18, 2020 in Leipzig, Germany. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Bongarts/Getty Images)

3. Hakim Ziyech from Ajax to Chelsea for £36m

4. Giovani Lo Celso from Real Betis to Tottenham for £28.8m

5. Danel Sinani from Dudelange to Norwich City for Undisclosed amount

6. Pape Gueye from Le Havre to Watford for Free transfer

Although there are rumours about Kalidou Koulibaly signing up for Liverpool but the Reds have made it clear that they won’t pay more than £60m beacuse they have strict policy and will follow that when spending for a player who is in his late 20s. Manchester City are also keen on signing the defender.


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