In our latest review, we assess the most and least efficient player purchases of the 2021 Summer Transfer Window as well as the most and least efficient clubs and an efficiency table for each of Europe's top seven leagues.
Once Bayern Munich's all-time record signing, Corentin Tolisso currently finds himself out of favour in Bavaria. With persistent injury issues and just one year remaining on his contract, we look at his potential destinations and the quality that the Frenchman can still offer.
With the departure of Nuno Espirito Santo from Molineux, Bruno Lage is expected to oversee a turnover in the Wolves squad. The arrival of the highly-rated Trincao may enable one of Nuno’s success stories to leave the Midlands, Adama Traoré.
The next man to find pastures new after coming through Monchi’s conveyor belt of talent looks to be Sevilla’s Jules Koundé. With interest from Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham, where may the Frenchman move to?
Could Werner and Havertz's Premier League struggles have been expected? What has sparked the re-emergence of Inter and Milan as title challengers in Italy? We discuss this and more in our latest review here.
Following the emergence of Miguel Almiron, Alphonso Davies and Tyler Adams, many European clubs have started to take a closer look at the MLS. The next player to come off this production line of talent looks to Gianluca Busio.
With another transfer window closed it is again time for our transfer window review. In this review, we will look at the major transfers from the 20/21 summer window by considering the most and least efficient player purchases across Europe’s top seven leagues. Before this, however, the transfer dealings of the most and least efficient clubs will be analysed. Finally, we will compare all the considered leagues in terms of transfer variance before presenting our league efficiency tables for the second season.