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Barcelona And Real Madrid’s Arrivals And Departures In The 2022 Summer Transfer Window

 

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Barcelona and Real Madrid have been highly competitive in the 2022 summer transfer window. Both Spanish giants met in the pre-season game few days ago and Barcelona beat the Los Blancos with a lone goal.

 

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However, let’s take a look at Barcelona and Real Madrid’s transactions in the 2022 summer transfer window.

The Los Blancos has signed just two players this summer. They signed Antonio Rudiger from Chelsea with Zero cost and also acquired the Services of Aurelien Tchouameni from Monaco for a record fee of 80 million Euros.

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The Defensive midfielder is currently the most expensive player in the 2022 summer transfer window so far. However, Real Madrid have allowed many players to leave as free agents, while few were sold or Loaned out. Players who have left Real Madrid in the 2022 summer transfer window includes Takefusa Kubo, Marcelo, Isco, Jovic, Gareth Bale and Chust.

Moreover, Barcelona have been very busy in the transfer window trying to rebuild their squad. The Spanish giants have already signed four players this summer.

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They signed Franck Kessie and Andreas Christensen at Zero cost. They have also splashed over 100 million Euros in acquiring the services of Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha.

 

Despite the financial situation of the Catalans, they are still determined to bringing in Jules Kounde from Sevilla. 

The Catalans has allowed eight players leave as free agents and loaned players. While some players have been sold permanently this summer.

 

Dani Alves, Phillips Coutinho, Dani Alves, Luuk De Jong, Clement Lenglet, Wague, Trincao and Manaj are the players who have left the club this summer. Do you think that Barcelona and Real Madrid new arrivals will help the clubs win titles next season?

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