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After Barcelona were humiliated in the Champions League once again, Lionel Messi has handed in a transfer request. With PSG and Manchester City interested, could he really leave Barcelona?
Pierre Emile Hojbjerg
Following the Coronavirus outbreak, football clubs’ finances have taken a huge hit, demonstrated by clubs as large as Manchester United and Tottenham taking out loans in order to assist with running costs and the unfortunate news that Wigan Athletic has entered administration. For this reason, we have decided to produce a list of five players that appear to be undervalued in the current market as clubs aim to maximise the impact of any funds they are able to invest in the transfer market.
Jonathan Panzo, Monaco
Our estimated market value calculator can also be used to predict a player’s future value by making assumptions on their potential career path. In order to demonstrate this, we will take a closer look at the Monaco and England U21 player, Jonathan Panzo.
Sofyan Amrabat, Dylan Bronn and Joao Felix
After the completion of the January transfer window, we look back and assess the business conducted by Club's over the season and the key dealings which took place.
Jadon Sancho
Jadon Sancho may have had a short career so far but he has already become one of the most sought after players in world football, with a host of high profile clubs looking to prize him away from Borussia Dortmund. The 19 year old was recently left out of the Dortmund squad to face Borussia Monchengladbach and fined a weeks wages after returning late from England duty, as well as being benched for their Champions League clash against Barcelona for turning up late to a team meeting. These issues have meant that clubs across Europe are now queuing up to try and secure his signature.
With the Summer Transfer Window now complete, it's time for our annual review of the business conducted. Which Club spent the most efficiently and which was the most inefficient? Which player proved to be the best value? The review also looks at Leagues as a whole and a new feature for this year, efficiency tables, which ranks each Club in the seven European leagues considered by transfer efficiency?
Paulo Dybala
One of the transfer sagas of the summer rumbles on as Juventus look to try and offload Paulo Dybala, a player who was seen, until recently, as one of the best players at the club. The most crucial change since then has been the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo. After dominating Italian football, Juventus have increasingly been turning their attention to trying to win the Champions League for the first time since 1995/96. Ronaldo was seen as a clear statement of intent as the Portuguese international has had repeated success in the competition, winning it 5 times with two different clubs.
Danny Rose
With Kieran Trippier recently leaving for Atletico Madrid and Tottenham looking to refresh an aging squad, the next in the firing line seems to be Danny Rose. After 12 years in North London and almost 200 appearances racked up, the left back has been left out of the Spurs squad for their pre-season tour of Asia, which has only intensified the rumours.
Dani Ceballos
After winning the U21 European championship with Spain and being named in UEFA’s team of the tournament, Dani Ceballos now faces the prospect of moving to a new club in his search for increased playing time. Despite him playing 23 times and scoring three goals for Los Blancos, Zidane still isn’t keen on the 22 year old midfielder. So what are the centre midfielder’s potential destinations?
Nicolas Pepe
Nicolas Pepe is one of the most wanted players in Europe after a brilliant season with Lille which saw him rack up 22 goals and 11 assists to help them finish second in Ligue 1, behind the French giants PSG. Although Lille’s chairman does seem resigned to losing the 24-year old, his contract isn’t up until 2022 so they are in no hurry to sell even though there are some big European clubs circling.
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