Top 10 most expensive transfers of the January window 2017

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As the January transfer window draws to a close yesterday, here’s a rundown of the top 10 most expensive deals  happened in transfer window.

There alots Of Deals Happened in January transfer window Specially Barclays Premier League Top the window making the records of profit and Beating European top leagues like laliga, Serie A and Ligue 1.

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So Here We Made Top 10 Most Expensive Signings Of January Transfer Window:

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Here They Are Top 10 Most Expensive January Signings of 2017:

Carlos Tevez

From: Boca Juniors (Argentine Primera Division)

To: Shanghai Shenhua (Chinese Super League)

Transfer fee: £71.6 million

like the January 2016 transfer window, a Chinese Super League club tops the spending charts of the winter transfer market in 2017. Gus Poyet’s Shanghai Shenhua has made Tevez the sixth most expensive transfer in football history. Additionally, Tevez is officially the highest paid footballer in the world with a £615,000-per-week wage structure.

Oscar

From: Chelsea (English Premier League)

To: Shanghai SIPG (Chinese Super League)

Transfer fee: £60 million

Oscar was the Chinese league’s first big money singing of the transfer window. According to reports, he was offered to be made the highest paid player in the world but was surpassed days later when Tevez joined Shanghai SIPG’s city rivals. Oscar is the second-highest paid footballer in the world with a salary of £400,000 per week, surpassing Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, both of whom are believed to earn £365,000 a week.

Julian Draxler

From: Wolfsburg (German Bundesliga)

To: Paris Saint-Germain (French Ligue 1)

Transfer fee: £34 million

French big spenders PSG snapped up Draxler early in the transfer window to fend of interest from English giants Arsenal. The 23-year-old Draxler signed a four-and-half-year contract with PSG and started on the front foot having scored two goals in his first four appearances, including a goal on his debut for the club.

Gabriel Jesus

From: Palmeiras (Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A)

To: Manchester City (English Premier League)

Transfer fee: £27 million

Touted to be the next Neymar, Olympic-winner Jesus was tied down by Man City during the summer transfer window but opted to stay with Palmeiras until the end of the Brazilian season. Having led Palmeiras to the 2016 Serie A title, Jesus joined City and now plays under Pep Guardiola who has already heaped praise on the 19-year-old.

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Goncalo Guedes

From: Benfica (Portuguese Primeira Liga)

To: Paris Saint-Germain (French Ligue 1)

Transfer fee: £25.5 million

Ending a 12-year association from youth to senior team, Guedes left Benfica for PSG. The 20-year-old, who has made two appearances for the Portuguese national team, signed a contract until 2021. He is known to be a winger but was moved to a striker’s role by Benfica this season. He is expected to be a backup option for Edinson Cavani at PSG.

Dimitri Payet

From: West Ham (English Premier League)

To: Marseille (French Ligue 1)

Transfer fee: £25 million

Dimitri Payet’s exit from West Ham has been controversial. (Reuters)

The most controversial transfer of the window saw Payet refuse to play for West Ham or partake in team bonding sessions. Towards the end of his term with the London club, he was shunned by his teammates and banished from training sessions by manager Slaven Bilic. Payet eventually singed with Marseille, the same club he left 18 months prior to join West Ham.

Morgan Schneiderlin

From: Manchester United (English Premier League)

To: Everton (English Premier League)

Transfer fee: £20 million

Schneiderlin was one of Louis van Gaal’s acquisitions during his time at Manchester United but failed to sustain himself in the first team under Jose Mourinho. Wanting to play week-in and week-out, the 27-year-old joined Ronald Koeman’s Everton side under condition that he would be a first team regular for the Toffees.

Memphis Depay

From: Manchester United (English Premier League)

To: Lyon (French Ligue 1)

Transfer fee: £17 million

Another of Van Gaal’s transfers, Depay also found himself excluded from Mourinho’s starting XI on numerous occasions. At just 22 years of age, Depay has been labelled future star by several managers and players including United captain Wayne Rooney. Reportedly, United sold him to Lyon with the inclusion of buy-back clauses and sell-on clauses as part of the contract.

Alexandre Pato

From: Villarreal (Spanish La Liga)

To: Tianjin Quanjian (Chinese Super League)

Transfer fee: £15.4 million

Pato’s career had been blighted by injuries early on. At 27, he has now cashed in by joining Chinese side Tianjin Quanjian for a reported salary of £100,000 a week where he joins Axel Witsel who also transferred in this window. The team is coached by former World Cup winner Fabio Cannavaro.

Wilfred Ndidi

From: Genk (Belgian Pro League)

To: Leicester City (English Premier League)

Transfer fee: £15 million

Leicester have struggled in the Premier League this season and many experts have identified the departure of N’Golo Kante for Chelsea in the last transfer window as the shortcoming in the side. Manager Claudio Ranieri identified Ndidi as the perfect replacement, singing him in an initial deal of £15 million that could rise to £18 million with add-ons.

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