Transfer window deadline day in Ligue 1, Liga Portugal and Bundesliga involves a number of famous names such as Spanish international Carlos Soler, and two former Bundesliga stars, Julian Draxler and Julian Weigl.


Ligue 1 transfer window 2022/23 deadline day closed with several surprising move. The reigning champions, PSG, has secured two new signings from Spain national team, Fabian Ruiz and Carlos Soler. They agreed to leave Napoli and Valencia respectively to bolster Christophe Gaultier’s squad after the departure of Idrissa Gueye, Ander Herrera, Thilo Kehrer and Leandro Paredes recently. Le Parisien spent € 41 million for these two midfielders. Previously, they have signed Renato Sanches from their Gaultier’s former side, Lille. Meanwhile, Rennes and Nice have swapped frontmen this summer. Gaetan Laborde and the forward who has been tipped the ‘new Benzema’ Amine Gouiri have parted ways from those two clubs respectively and switch side to the other teams. Here are the details of late notable transfers in French top flight this summer.


TRANSFER IN/BETWEEN:


The switch

Transfer fee (€)

Fabian Ruiz

Carlos Soler

Eric Bailly  

C Mbemba 

Armine Harit

Malang Sarr

Sofiane Diop

Amine Gouiri

Gaetan Laborde

Joe Rodon

Colin Dagba

Ignatius Ganago

Andre Ounas 

Andre Gomes

Rony Lopes

R Hamouma

Benoit Costil 

Mbaye Niang

Napoli to PSG

Valencia to PSG

Man United to Marseille

Porto to Marseille

Schalke to Marseille

Chelsea to Monaco

Monaco to Nice

Nice to Rennes

Rennes to Nice

Tottenham to Rennes 

PSG to Strassbourg 

Lens to Nantes

Napoli to Lille

Everton to Lille 

Sevilla to Troyes

St Etienne to Ajaccio

Bordeaux to Auxerre

Bordeaux to Auxerre

23 million

18 million

loan

free

loan

loan

22 million

28 million

15 million

loan

loan

4.4 million

3 million

loan

loan

free

free

free


TRANSFER OUT:


The switch

Transfer fee (€)

Tino Kadewere

Kasper Dolberg 

S Guirassy 

Luan Peres

Duje Caleta-Car 

Boubacar Kamara

Leyvin Kurzawa

Lyon to Mallorca

Nice to Sevilla

Rennes to VFB Stuttgart

Marseille to Fenerbahce

Marseille to Southampton

Marseille to Aston Villa

PSG  to Fulham 

loan

loan

loan

5.23 million

10 million

free

loan



Meanwhile, in Liga Portugal and German Bundesliga, several surprise signings also involves notable names. PSG’s Julian Draxler, for example, opts to move to Benfica to revive his career. The Portuguese giant is currently led by German boss, Roger Schmidt, which would be considered a supporting factor of his decision. Benfica also made another marquee signing from Bundesliga, John Brooks. The USMNT senior player has left Wolfsburg to set out a new adventure in Portugal. However, their German key man, Julien Weigl, in fact, made his return to Bundesliga by joining Gladbach on loan. In the meantime, Europa League winners, Frankfurt have sealed the loan deal for Luca Pellegrini from Juventus and sold Australian international Ajdin Hrustic to Verona. Here are the notable transfer deals in both top tier domestic competition:

Liga Portugal

TRANSFER IN/BETWEEN:


The switch

Transfer fee (€)

Gabriel Veron

Robin Vinagre

Julian Draxler 

John Brooks 

Uros Racic

Diego Lainez

Palmeiras to Porto

Wolverhampton to Sporting CP

PSG to Benfica 

Wolfsburg to Benfica

Valencia to Sporting Braga

Real Betis to Sporting Braga

10.50 million

10 million

loan

free

loan

loan


TRANSFER OUT:


The switch

Transfer fee (€)

Jan Vertonghen

Haris Seferovic

Roman Yaremchuk

Islam Slimani 

C Mbemba

Sergio Olivera

Benfica to Anderlecht

Benfica to Galatasaray

Benfica to Club Brugge

Sporting Lisbon to Brestois

Porto to Marseille

Porto to Galatasaray

free

free

16 million

free

free

3 million


Bundesliga

TRANSFER IN/BETWEEN:


The switch

Transfer fee (€)

D Da Costa

Julian Weigl

Luca Pellegrini

M Svanberg

Julian Baumgartlinger

Frankfurt to Mainz

Benfica to Gladbach

Juventus to Frankfurt

Bologna to Wolfsburg

Leverkusen to Augsburg

free

loan

loan

9 million

free


TRANSFER OUT:


The switch

Transfer fee (€)

A Harit

Santiago Ascacibar

Krystof Piatek

Derdyck Boyata

Kevin Mbabu

Ajdin Hrustic 

Manuel Akanji

Schalke to Marseille

Hertha to Cremonese

Hertha to Salernitana

Hertha to Club Brugge

Wolfsburg to Fulham

Frankfurt to Verona

Dortmund to Man City

loan

loan

loan

loan

5.50 million

500K

17.50 million