TRANSFER: Ronaldo, Messi, other big moves across Europe

Real Madrid suffered a blow in their pursuit of Kylian Mbappe by won the race for Eduardo Camavinga.
TRANSFER: Ronaldo, Messi, other big moves across Europe
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Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi highlighted the 2021 summer transfer window filled with excitement and heartbreaks for some top European clubs.

Arsenal became Premier League's biggest spenders in the just concluded summer transfer window after landing Takehiro Tomiyasu on deadline day.

Manchester City were handed double blow in their pursuit of a natural striker as Tottenham held on to Harry Kane, while United ensured their icon, Ronaldo, returned home instead of the blue side of Manchester.

Although Real Madrid suffered a blow in their pursuit of £200m rated Kylian Mbappe, the Spanish giant won the race for the signing of French prospect, Eduardo Camavinga.

See the list of major European transfers below:


Jack Grealish – Aston Villa to Manchester City – £100m ($138m, 116.7m euros)

Romelu Lukaku – Inter Milan/ITA to Chelsea – £97.5m

Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dortmund/GER to Manchester United – £73m

Ben White – Brighton to Arsenal – £50m

Cristian Romero – Atalanta/ITA to Tottenham £42m

Raphael Varane – Real Madrid/ESP to Manchester United – £36m

Ibrahima Konate – RB Leipzig/GER to Liverpool – £36m

Emiliano Buendia – Norwich to Aston Villa – £35m

Martin Odegaard – Real Madrid/ESP to Arsenal – £34m

Cristiano Ronaldo – Juventus/ITA to Manchester United – £13m


Rodrigo de Paul – Udinese/ITA to Atletico Madrid – €35m (£30m, $41.3m)

Eduardo Camavinga – Rennes/FRA to Real Madrid – €31m

Matheus Cunha – Hertha Berlin/GER to Atletico Madrid – €30m

Arnaut Danjuma – Bournemouth/ENG to Villarreal – €25m

Rafa Mir – Wolverhampton Wanderers/ENG to Sevilla – €16m

Boulaye Dia – Reims/FRA to Villarreal – €12m

David Alaba – Bayern Munich/GER to Real Madrid – free

Memphis Depay – Lyon/FRA to Barcelona – free

Sergio Aguero – Manchester City/ENG to Barcelona – free

Eric Garcia – Manchester City/ENG to Barcelona – free


Dayot Upamecano – RB Leipzig to Bayern Munich – €42.5m (£36.5m, $50.2m)

Donyell Malen – PSV Eindhoven/NED to Borussia Dortmund – €30m

Andre Silva – Eintracht Frankfurt to RB Leipzig – €23m

Odilon Kossounou – Club Brugge/BEL to Bayer Leverkusen – €23m

Josko Gvardiol – Dinamo Zagreb/CRO to RB Leipzig – €18.8m

Angelino – Manchester City/ENG to RB Leipzig – €18m

Marcel Sabitzer – RB Leipzig to Bayern Munich – €15m

Mohamed Simakan – Strasbourg/FRA to RB Leipzig – €15m

Gregor Kobel – VfB Stuttgart to Borussia Dortmund – €15m

Benjamin Henrichs – Monaco/FRA to RB Leipzig – €15m

Ilaix Moriba – Barcelona/ESP to RB Leipzig – €15m


Tammy Abraham – Chelsea/ENG to Roma – €40m (£34.3m, $47.2m)

Manuel Locatelli – Sassuolo to Juventus – €37.5m (initially on loan for two years with obligation to buy)

Joaquin Correa – Lazio to Inter Milan – €30m

Fikayo Tomori – Chelsea/ENG to AC Milan – €29m

Moise Kean – Everton/ENG to Juventus – €35m (€7m for two-year loan plus agreement to buy for €28m)

Nicolas Gonzalez – Stuttgart/GER to Fiorentina – €23m

Juan Musso – Udinese to Atalanta – €20m

Matteo Politano – Inter Milan to Napoli – €19m

Eldor Shomurodov – Genoa to Roma – €17.5m

Hamed Junior Traore – Empoli to Sassuolo – €16m


Achraf Hakimi – Inter Milan/ITA to Paris Saint-Germain – €60m (£51.5m, $70.9m)

Gerson – Flamengo/BRA to Marseille – €20m

Loic Bade – Lens to Rennes – €20m

Myron Boadu – AZ Alkmaar/NED to Monaco – €17m

Kamaldeen Sulemana – Nordsjaelland/DEN to Rennes – €15m

Baptiste Santamaria – Freiburg/GER to Rennes – €14m

Lionel Messi – Barcelona/ESP to Paris Saint-Germain – free

Gianluigi Donnarumma – AC Milan/ITA to Paris Saint-Germain – free

Georginio Wijnaldum – Liverpool/ENG to Paris Saint-Germain – free

Sergio Ramos – Real Madrid/ESP to Paris Saint-Germain – free

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